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Peg Perego GT3 Completo


$650.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Durable build, can take a few knocks without showing any signs of wear. Setup is very simple, minimal assembly. Maneuverable design, wheels roll smoothly.

The Cons:Not the most minimal profile, may seem heavy and bulky compared to other more simplified strollers.

The Peg Perego GT3 Completo is a three-wheel stroller considered ideal for a variety of surfaces due to its big, wide-tread wheels with ball bearings and front-swiveling wheels. Designed for newborns, infants, and toddlers, the On Track Classico features a light and resistant lacquered Aluminum frame with a back-wheel suspension that can be adjusted to 3 positions.

In addition, the GT3 Completo features a hood with a mesh insert that can be transformed into a canopy when needed. Plus, the GT3 Completo comes with a rain canopy that fastens to the hood with a practical zipper, not to mention a height-adjustable handlebar, two retractable cup holders, a large pop-up basket, and a multi-purpose pouch that is fastened to the handlebar. In fact, the handle features an easily accessible double break system that controls the brake drums. Lastly, the GT3 Completo, weighing at 13kg, features inflatable and easily removable wheels. The Peg Perego GT3 Completo retails for $649.99 and comes with a 6 month warranty.

Features

  • 3-Wheel Stroller
  • Lacquered Aluminum Frame
  • Back-Wheel Suspension
  • Hood w/Mesh Insert
  • Rain Canopy
  • Height-Adjustable Handlebar
  • 2 Retractable Cup Holders
  • Pop-Up Basket
  • Multi-Purpose Pouch
  • Double Break System
  • Inflatable/Removable Wheels
  • 6 Month Warranty

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    durable build, can take a few knocks without showing any signs of wear

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    setup is very simple, minimal assembly

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    maneuverable design, wheels roll smoothly

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    infants and toddlers seem comfortable, can doze off

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    keeps the child secure without being too restrictive

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    folds up into a manageable profile for storage in the trunk

Cons
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    not the most minimal profile, may seem heavy and bulky compared to other more simplified strollers

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