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  • Redesigned for 2011, lighter aluminum frame and larger wheels with all-wheel suspension, front wheels can swivel or lock with independent brake in the rear
  • Pair this stroller with a matching Primo Viaggio Car Seat (sold separately) to create the perfect travel system
  • Child tray with double cup holders is hinged to be opened easily or removed
  • Built-in rear-footboard provides safe ride for a second passenger
  • Telescoping handles with comfort padding can be adjusted to fit each parent's height along with a removable parent cup holder
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Technical Details
Item Weight18.7 pounds
Product Dimensions33.7 x 21.2 x 40.3 inches
Item model numberIPP828US34UT53PG53
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation45 Pounds
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Best Sellers Rank #94,518 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight24.2 pounds
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The Pliko P3 Compact, redesigned for 2011, is the ultimate complete stroller that combines style and features. With a new aluminum frame the Pliko P3 Compact is now more compact folding and lighter, only 18.7 pounds. Whether it's a walk around the block or a trip overseas, this stroller is designed to provide greater comfort for baby and more convenience for parents. Its one–handed folding feature allows it to close quickly and easily for carrying. New larger wheels offer all-wheel suspension, front wheels can swivel or lock with independent rear brakes.

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Peg Perego Pliko P3

Peg Perego Pliko P3 is an ideal stroller with plenty of amenities. This travel system includes retractable car seat anchors for instantly attaching a matching Peg Perego car seat. It features an adjustable back seat, non-skid footrest, one-fold mechanism and more.

Why You'll Love It: Peg Perego Pliko P3 is a stroller loaded with useful features that both baby and parent will enjoy.

  • One-hand fold mechanism
  • Hood has peek-a-boo window and unzips to become a sun canopy
  • Non-skid footrest at the back to carry second child
  • Built-in rear footboard provides safe ride for second passenger
  • Hood with loop to dangle baby's favorite toy
Weight Limit: Up to 45 lbs


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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Kelli on June 29, 2011
Color Name: Pois Grey
When I was pregnant with my son 5 years ago, I wanted one of these strollers so bad... I had bought 2 different travel systems, both I HATED the strollers! The Evenflo and Graco brand strollers are WAY too heavy, and too big! PERIOD! Finally, when my son was 1, I got one of these, it was used, but my friend knew I wanted one, so she gave me hers. I have read reviews saying this stroller wont last. I LAUGH at that. I live in Hawaii, where it is hot 100% of the time all year long. Meaning, plastic made things can warp, shrink, or just bust because of this constant heat. However, I just sold my used stroller on CL about 6 months ago, and saw the lady who bought it, and it's still looking GREAT! What does this mean?! It is AMAZING quality. Italian made! The thing I LOVED the most about this stroller was the fact that you can take EVERYTHING off and wash it all, VERY easily. NO screw driver or other device needed where as every other stroller Ive seen you have to use one to wash EVERTHING! Not a problem with this, and it all washes beautifully. I can see the #1 thing people think when they see this, the COST and WHY is this so expensive and is it worth it?! YES it is! Think about it this way, the money you're going to WASTE buying 3 different strollers you can SAVE and just buy this. Most parents buy a bulky stroller at first not knowing better, than switch to a umbrella, or compact lighter version. BAD DEAL, cannot go FLAT for your kid to sleep! I have litterally had every single stroller brand known to man, from Combi, to Bob! This is seriously the BEST! I have taken it on several trips on airplanes where I have gate-checked it, and it's always been fine. People are amazed watching you fold it, because it folds up SO neat and compact eventhough it acts like a full size stroller.Read more ›
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Raivyn on March 25, 2012
Color Name: Pois Black
EDIT 11/5/12: Not long after I gave away my P3, I scheduled a trip to visit family out of town. Unfortunately, the car we would all be using was not large enough to accommodate my BOB stroller, plus I was concerned about it getting damaged by baggage handlers. So I followed my own advice and picked up a used P3!

This particular used one had issues staying closed, and one side of the canopy kept coming off the frame. But it still was easy to maneuver, nothing was actually broken on it, and it opened/shut just fine (though again, it had difficulty staying shut).

This time I'm keeping this old P3. I did contact Peg Perego and got the refurb kit (some of the older strollers were recalled), so I'm not worried about it at all.

ORIGINAL REVIEW: I'm posting this review because my Peg Perego Pliko P3 is now 6 years old and is being passed on to be enjoyed by another baby. I hope folks who are considering purchasing a used P3 will find this review helpful. I also hope that parents who are considering purchasing a new one will find this helpful, too, mine has lasted at least 3 kids, so it is a worthy investment.

With the exception of a few squeaks, this stroller has and continues to perform superbly. It is very easy to push, highly maneuverable (I have a BOB also, so that is an important feature to me), not a single piece of plastic or aluminum has broken off, and everything functions. For a well used stroller, that is a testament to how durable these P3s are. The only issues my 6 year-old stroller has is:

-When folded, it may start to open as you lift it up by the carrying handle.
-It doesn't just pop open like a new one. I will flop it open and then have to step on the toddler step in the rear to open it completely.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By musicmama on July 17, 2011
Color Name: Pois Grey
I can personally attest to the Pliko P3's good quality, especially compared to the 3 strollers we bought that broke during the year before we invested in this one. I'm shopping for a second one after accidentally leaving our first one behind while traveling cross-country. I had secretly wanted to replace the original after 4 yrs, but only because it was getting a little dingy. The entire thing was in great shape! It was on it's third child, and had been used a min. of 3 times a week straight from the day I put it together to the day we lost it. It went to France and survived airline abuse when it was 3yrs. w/o any issues. It spent most of the time in our trunk or the back of our van where it was jostled about and subjected to the extreme heat of summers in the desert. The only minor issue I should mention is that the wheels squeaked.

Pros (I've made use of all of these):
compact fold
adjustable handle height
3 or 5pt. harness
child tray w/ cup holder that can be completely removed for washing
adjustable back & footrest
older child ride-on step
front wheels swivel or lock to accommodate different terrain
has seemed comfy for a variety of sized/aged babies & toddlers
easily steered w/ one hand
roomy despite the compact fold
amazing canopy that fully protects a child from the sun (as long as the back is in the upright position. It's still better than most as you start to recline).
no parent tray, and the cup holder seems like an add-on, not an integral part of the design
bottom basket is usable, but not very substantial

Minor reply to other review about the full-recline feature: I removed the plastic pieces to use full-recline as I assembled mine in 2007. Never had an issue and loved letting my babies sleep in comfort.
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