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Peg Perego Duette Twin Stroller - 2009 Moka


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  • Can be carried by two adults with children in it, using the side handles
  • Fully reclining 4-position backrests
  • Seats may be positioned facing the front, rear or each other
  • Adjustable hoods with zip-open ventilation and fitted covers for each seat
  • Weighs 34 lbs.
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The Peg Perego 2009 Duette SW holds two children and drives like a dream, with large wheels, all-wheel suspension, rear brakes, adjustable seats and a steering wheel! The Duette features a height- and angle-adjustable steering wheel with front wheel lock for excellent control. It is also Travel System-compatible - two stroller seats or two Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30 car seats attach directly to the chassis (car seats purchased separately). The Duette includes a chassis plus individual stroller seats, hoods and leg covers for each child. Equipped with unique five-point "Freedom of Movement" harnesses and centrally controlled brakes on the rear wheels. The large storage basket folds up with the chassis.

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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Chris Dambra on September 7, 2008
Okay, I know it's a very cool idea. My wife and I have twin girls and bought this stroller for almost $800 a year ago. After about 7 months, one day my wife was pushing the girls in the stroller in the park next to our home and the steering wheel broke leaving her with no way to steer. So, she had to force the girls to walk almost 1/4 mile back home while dragging the stroller because it was impossible to push it.

I then tried to fix it. When I finally opened up the part under the steering wheel where the two cables come together to meet at the steering assembly, I was amazed to find that the cables are held in place with PLASTIC molded guides. Basically, imagine a bicycle cable housing being locked in place with a peice of plastic under the stress that it goes through when you put stress on it. Are you kidding? Who in the world designed this? Had they designed it with metal guides, then this wouldn't have happened. It's a simple thing and it's just amazing this was thought to be a good design. Obviously the designers didn't every USE IT!

So, we are now stuck with a broken stroller unable to fix it.

Take my advice, the last thing you want to be is stranded with no way of moving your stroller. God forbid you have babies that can't walk!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Coreen Dunn on April 13, 2010
I recieved this stroller as a gift. out of the box there were problems, when the lock was on the steering wheel it would veer to one side so you had to have the lock off if you didn't want to steer your kids into the street. Then the steering completely broke, and it was not misused in any way. this was only the 6th time using it and my kids were only about 25 lbs combined. I had it fixed at a participating dealer and then 2 months later it broke again , then again and again. Peg Perego is the worst company for customer service, do yourself a favor and buy a graco dual stroller, it doesn't have the great tires or big seats on it but it also doesn't break every time you use it. what a total waste of $1000. bucks!!!!!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Chicago Mom on May 1, 2009
There are so many pluses to this stroller you won't find anywhere else. I've had it for a year and a half and have had nothing break or wear at all. I love that if you simply take off one seat you have a single stroller, which is perfect when you're only taking one child with you or your toddler grows out of it. The ability for both seats to lie flat is fantastic letting both kids sleep at the same time. I loved being able to have my infant facing me and my toddler facing front like she wanted. Now, they like to face each other and play. I can't say enough about the steering wheel. It's amazing. I can easily and comfortably steer with one hand, so with the other I can hold my walking toddlers hand or hold an umbrella or hold open a door. It fits through every door and the cargo room is great. Yes, it's heavy and doesn't fit in most car trunks, but I don't own a car so it fits my lifestyle. I now have a three and a half year old and a one and a half year old and they still love it. It strains under their weight, especially if the bottom is packed with toys, but hasn't failed.
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