Peg Perego Pliko P3 Completo
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Attractive and modern looking design, fashionable by today's standards. Child is comfortable enough to take a nap if they want to. Provides a smooth ride without major bumps or abrupt movements.
The Cons:Doesn't steer well, one handed use is not possible at all. Difficult to fold up or unfold, need two hands as well. Bottom storage bag is flimsy and doesn't hold much.
The Peg Perego Pliko P3 Completo is a “super-accessorized” 4-wheel stroller built for all seasons of the year. Designed for newborns, infants, and toddlers, the Peg Perego Pliko P3 Completo features a light and resistant lacquered Aluminum frame with a form-fitting hood (with a zipper) that easily turns into a sun canopy.
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In addition, the P3 Completo maintains a 5-point harness with a “clip” system that lets one’s child move about freely, a fully-reclining backrest, and a rear-footboard that with anti-slip rubber inserts for safely transporting a child. Plus, the P3 Competo boasts swiveling/locking front wheels, back wheels with centralized breaks, removable/washable lining, and height-adjustable and easy-to-use ergonomic handles. The P3 Completo is also foldable, and in fact maintains a very compact and free-standing demeanor when folded. Lastly, the P3 Completo is equipped with a centralized rear handle for closing, an open/close front bar, a large basket for storing needed supplies, and a cup holder. The Peg Perego Pliko P3 Completo retails for $269.99 and comes with a 6 month limited warranty.
- 4-Wheel Stroller
- Aluminum Frame
- Form-Fitting Hood
- Sun Canopy
- 5-Point Harness
- Fully-Reclining Backrest
- Swivel/Lock (Front Wheels)
- Centralized Brakes (Back Wheels)
- Removable/Washable Lining
- Height-Adjustable Handles
- Centralized Rear Handle
- Open/Close Front Bar
- Large Basket
- Cup Holder
- 6 Month Limited Warranty
User Reviews (1)
attractive and modern looking design, fashionable by today's standards
child is comfortable enough to take a nap if they want to
provides a smooth ride without major bumps or abrupt movements
doesn't steer well, one handed use is not possible at all
difficult to fold up or unfold, need two hands as well
bottom storage bag is flimsy and doesn't hold much
frame isn't very durable, can start to feel unstable after the first year
cup holder doesn't hold a standard coffee cup securely - too narrow
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