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Peg Perego Pliko Switch


$460.00 Released January, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Baby faces the parent rather than facing out, eases anxiety. Built durable, can handle being thrown around and take a few bumps. Boot helps keep the baby warm in air-conditioned environments without needing an extra blanket.

The Cons:Very heavy stroller, difficult to haul up and down stairs, in and out of cars. Brakes get stiff and sometimes don't engage correctly the first time. The cup holder is only good for a small bottle, not much else.

The Peg Perego Pliko Switch Stroller is a versatile stroller in the Peg Perego Pliko line. Designed as a luxury umbrella stroller it is not the most compact or lightweight umbrella stroller in existance, but what it carries in weight is also carries in features.

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It has a 4-position backrest and a 2-position footrest, a lightweight aluminum frame, a carry handle for when it is folded up, removable upholstery that has to be hand-washed, and a removable canopy with a see through window and a storage pocket. The child's tray can be opened or completely removed and there is a 5-point movement harness for the child. The handle heights are adjustable and the Peg Perego Pliko Switch Stroller comes with a built-in rear footboard for a second passenger to ride on.

Features

  • Removable child's tray
  • Carry handle
  • Aluminum frame
  • 5-point harness
  • Rear footboard
  • Adjustable handle heights
  • Handwashable upholstery
  • Cup Holder
  • Clips for bags to be attached to

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Pros
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    baby faces the parent rather than facing out, eases anxiety

  • 1

    built durable, can handle being thrown around and take a few bumps

  • 1

    boot helps keep the baby warm in air-conditioned environments without needing an extra blanket

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    using the flat position allows the baby to go to sleep easily

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    overhead canopy can completely cover the baby, good protection from the rain

Cons
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    very heavy stroller, difficult to haul up and down stairs, in and out of cars

  • 1

    brakes get stiff and sometimes don't engage correctly the first time

  • 1

    the cup holder is only good for a small bottle, not much else

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