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Peg-Perego Aria Twin 60/40 Stroller, Corallo


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  • Travel system-compatible?the primo viaggio sip 30/30 car seat attaches easily
  • Large, individual hoods are independently adjustable and ratcheting
  • Dual five-point freedom of movement harnesses allow each child full range of motion
  • Stands alone when folded
  • Dual child trays with cup holders that open/remove for easy access to each child
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Technical Details
Item Weight20.7 pounds
Product Dimensions31.5 x 30 x 39 inches
UPC888487007008
Item model numberIPAJ04NA34FG53ST49
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation48 Pounds
Additional product featuresReclining SeatHeight Adjustable HandleCanopy
Number of items1
Display typeForward-Facing
Wheel typeSwivel Wheel
  
Additional Information
ASINB001NIWTWU
Best Sellers Rank #133,710 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight26.2 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
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Peg Perego's Aria twin 60/40 is the ideal solution for parents with children of different ages. This innovative, side-by-side system offers a unique split-seat configuration. Its travel system-compatible, so our primo viaggio SIP 30/30 car seat can be attached to the “60” side with the stroller's retractable anchors. The “40” side has a comfortable seat for big brother or sister. The stroller fits through standard doorways and has dual freedom of movement harnesses, hoods and child trays with cup holders. Rear wheels brake effortlessly with one hand and release with a simple push of a button.

Product Description

IPAJ04NA34FG53ST49 Color: Corallo Red Features: -Travel System - compatible with a Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30 car seat attaches easily.-Large, individual hoods are independently adjustable and ratcheting.-Dual five-point Freedom of Movement harnesses allow each child full range of motion.-Stands alone when folded.-Dual child trays with cup holders that open / remove for easy access to each child.-Centralized brake-cable releases the rear wheel lock.-Four double wheels; front wheel suspension with swivel or locking feature.-The ultimate lightweight, side-by-side stroller that folds compactly.-Large enough for two children, yet fits through standard doorways.-Spacious seats with individual, multi-position backrests.-Removable, hand-washable upholstery.-Handle for carrying when folded.-JPMA safety certified.-Made in Italy. Includes: -Includes a large, handy storage basket.-Handle includes a bottle or cup holder. Dimensions: -Dimensions when unfolded: 39'' H x 30'' W x 31.5'' D.-Dimensions when folded: 33'' H x 30'' W x 11'' D.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Believe me.....this is NOT a good investment.
MommyPeaches
The wheels sticks at the slightest bump in the road or any unlevel surface.
A. Cansino
We have a Mustang and it fits in the trunk nicely.
A. Martin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By R. Kersey on February 16, 2009
-Test Engineer Report-
Design flaw in brake system: When the stroller is fully loaded with 2 babies, and all four rear wheel brake gear teeth are not perfectly aligned to the locking pins, the brake locking mechanism will not engage/extend to the lock position, no matter how hard the user pulls on the brake cable. When this condition intermittently occurs, the user must lift all four rear wheels off the ground while pulling on the brake cable to allow the four rear wheels to rotate freely and independently of each other, simultaneously aligning each of the rear wheels gear teeth to the locking pins, which allows the brake mechanism to engage/extend to the lock position. Lifting all four rear wheels off the ground {while preventing the front wheels from rolling} is unacceptable for users that are not able to lift the weight of a fully loaded stroller, which is the weight of the stroller itself plus the weight of two babies plus the weight of any items in the cargo basket and diaper bags/items that are attached to the handle bars.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Martin on April 22, 2009
Color Name: Corallo
I have a 15 month and a 3 month old so I really needed a double stroller. I read many reviews and I couldn't decide so I just took a chance on the Aria Twin. I could not be happier with my choice. It is small, lightweight, and maneuvers easily. I go on walks, take it to the mall, and just about everywhere. It folds and unfolds easily and is very compact. We have a Mustang and it fits in the trunk nicely. Its also very stylish. The cons are that even though the sun canopies are pretty big, sometimes it is a problem to cover them from the sun. It's a little hard to engage the lock but gets easier with practice. Oh and my son likes to poke his little sister and steal her things. Sometimes I look at them and they're holding hands though.So at least they're always entertained. Anyways, all in all, it is a good investment..
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Parmar on June 23, 2009
This is my second double stroller, as my first wore out by the 6th child. I LOVE this stroller! I have not had any of the problems that other reviewers have faced. I use a non peg perego infant car seat in the larger seat and it works perfectly. I have had various children of all weights and sizes sit in the stroller and have not had a single problem steering or things ripping-and I always harness them in. The brake has never given me a problem. It is easy to unfold and collapse. My oldest, a 7 year old can steer it loaded with kids very easily. The seats are easy to recline, even while the kids are in it. This was a problem with my last double-the seat adjustment strings broke. This stroller is NOT made for walks in the woods. It is very lightweight and is perfect for visiting buildings (malls, offices, stores etc) and sidewalk walking. If you are looking for a stroller to take "off road" then you will need a different stroller. With 6 little kids, I pile the basket under the stroller to the max...including very heavy drinks and have never had a problem with the basket sinking or dragging. I drive a Toyota Sienna van and it fits in back like a dream, I can still pile tons of groceries in the back with the stroller in it. My only complaints are that it took me a while to figure out how to open it-which is extremely easy-I was making it too difficult and I cannot find any store that sells the rain cover for it. Luckily the hoods come down very far so until I track one down, we're "covered"! HIGHLY RECOMMEND this stroller!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chanda on May 1, 2010
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Looking for a double stroller was quite an endeavor! I wanted it to be lightweight and be able to take a carseat, with some storage space underneath. The Peg Perego and the Combi were the only two that met my qualifications. I've had my Peg now for about 4 months and couldn't be happier. I use a regular Graco carseat and can place it forward facing or rear facing. It doesn't "click in" like the special Peg Perego carseat would, but it is still very secure. The straps are a bit of a pain sometimes, but they do give you the freedom to do a 5 point harness hookup or a 3 point. I've gotten used to them now. You can easily take off the bars in the front (on one or both sides)if you don't like them. The basket underneath is a little flimsy, but I don't have any problem putting library books under there. This stroller is not made for "off-roading" per se. It's definitely light-weight. It gets stuck if there are large cracks in the sidewalk or big bumps. I never really use the brake, but it is a little difficult. It's supposed to get easier the more you use it. The sunshades are adequate. I always bring sunglasses for the girls anyway. Anyway, the pros outweigh the cons for me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TwinsMom on November 11, 2012
Color Name: Corallo
This was the worst purchase I've made to date for my twins. The stroller is utterly impossible to steer - even with the wheels unlocked. I've injured my back and shoulders and ultimately found the only way to maneuver the stroller was to pull it backwards. Furthermore, the front wheels can't handle even the smallest bump in the road. My babies were nearly dumped out on the pavement or on the floor several times. The ONLY way to get over the slightest raised area (in a doorway or on a sidewalk or road) was to lift the front wheels off the ground. The shades DO NOT provide adequate cover and they are lined with some kind of plastic, tissue-like material that my children would peel off and try to eat constantly. I bought a City Mini and LOVE it! I took my Peg Perego Aria straight to the dump after I bought my new stroller. I wasn't willing to even donate it because I found it so worthless and dangerous. GOOD RIDDANCE!
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