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Peg-Perego Si Light Weight Stroller, Java

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  • Slim and safe umbrella fold design closes compactly with one hand and stands alone
  • Travel system compatible primo viaggio infant car seat easily to the stroller with two included straps
  • Four 65" suspension wheels all with ball bearings for smooth, responsive handling enhanced steering and maneuverability; front wheels swivel, rear wheels have "one step" brakes
  • Adjustable handles, large hood with sun visor and large basket
  • Includes a detachable parent cup holder
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Technical Details
Item Weight13 pounds
Product Dimensions34.2 x 20.3 x 40.2 inches
UPC888487009712
Item model numberIPSI28NA34JP53JU47
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation45 Pounds
material_compositionInfant
Additional product featuresCargo Basket, Canopy, Height Adjustable Handlebar, Grab Bumper Bar
Number of items1
Compatible productsPeg Perego
OrientationForward Facing
Seating capacity1
Tire materialPlastic
Suspensioneach wheel is spring loaded
Wheel typeSwivel and Fixed
Number of reclining positions3
  
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ASINB002Z7EB9M
Best Sellers Rank #56,725 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight20.8 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  
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The compact, easy-folding stroller that is a breeze to take along wherever baby goes. One of the few compact strollers that also take a car seat. Includes five-point safety harness protects child, yet allows freedom of movement.

Product Description

The compact, easy folding stroller that is a breeze to take along wherever baby goes. One of the few compact strollers that also take a car seat. Includes five point safety harness protects child, yet allows freedom of movement.


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134 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Smart Mama on May 1, 2010
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For the first few months after my daughter was born I used the Snugrider infant car seat stroller frame. This worked great and I recommend it to everyone (don't waste your money or your trunk space with a clunky travel system) It was so nice to simply move my sleeping baby around in her car seat and not wake her. But once she hit 4 months old I realized that she was just too heavy to be lugging around in a car seat. Plus, she was really starting to dislike her infant seat and would rather be sitting up and looking around. So the search for the perfect stroller began.

I looked at what seemed like hundreds of strollers both in stores and online. Most were cheap, clunky, heavy or just plain ugly. I narrowed it down to a few contenders including:

-City Mini by Baby Jogger. Loved it but it was a little heavy and the seat doesn't have a really upright position (my daughter likes to sit very upright). It was also fairly wide and I was afraid it might be hard to get in and out of narrow store aisles. For me, this would be a great additional stroller, but it just wasn't the everyday use stroller I was looking for.
-Chicco Liteway. Overall great stroller for the price. Good canopy, good handling, pretty good handle height, decent basket. It was actually fairly similar to the Peg Perego Si in style and features only it's like a mini version of it. My baby is VERY tall for her age (29 inches at 5 mos) and the Chicco's seat back was MUCH lower than the Si and the harness slots don't go up too high. The seat was also much narrower. If your baby is on the shorter side then check this stroller out, but for tall parents/tall babies it's a no go.
-Maclarens. I feel like I have to include Maclarens because everyone raves about them but I have never been a fan.
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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful By C. Caballero on January 24, 2010
Color Name: Cedro
Everyone has needs that need to be met when choosing a stroller. One's must-have features are not necessarily someone else's. Here are mine and these are the reasons I purchased the Peg Perego Si stroller:

1) Handlebar adjustability. My husband is almost a foot taller than me so this feature is a necessity for either of us to participate in pushing our little one.

2) Lightweight. I must be able to load the folded stroller with one hand into the car trunk.

3) One-hand fold. I need to be able to fold the stroller in 5 seconds or less, with one hand and stand upright (see #4).

4) Must stand when folded. We travel quite a bit with different climates and terrains. In and out of subways and buses, wheeling in and out of airport terminals. For such a price, I shouldn't have to bend to pick up or try to look for a spot to lean the stroller against. We've folded this stroller with snow, rain and mud on the ground and our stroller has remained clean because it remains upright when folded.

5) Carriage space. We usually travel expecting to be out the entire day seeing sites and sounds. This means we need to be prepared for climate changes and food needs. We usually pack layered clothing and a light folding ice chest when out and about. Of course, there's the usual travel maps, travel books, my own jacket and souvenirs purchased throughout the day.

6) Canopy coverage. A good stroller canopy must cover the eyes even when the sun is low on the horizon.

7) Rain cover. Most strollers come with fitted rain covers. If not, there are generic rain covers that can be purchased. Rain cover also acts as a wind shield for those very breezy days.

8) One hand push. Depends on the pusher's habits.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Saabgrrl on May 1, 2010
My husband and I have been looking for a stroller since I was pregnant. My baby is now going on 6 months old and we finally decided today to buy the Peg Perego Si. I wanted ONE stroller to do everything, but honestly I don't think that's possible. We seriously considered the Bumbleride Indie and the Quinny Buzz, but realized they were just out of our price range at the end of the day. So then we narrowed it down to the Baby Jogger City Mini and the Peg Perego Vela.

However today the salesman convinced us the Si was the way to go. In the end, it had the features I required: lightweight, something for everyday, something that'll fit in our small trunk, nice-sized basket, comfortable seat for LO (really important!), adjustable handles for my 6'5" hubby (he doesn't kick the wheels) and came standard ; with a cupholder and "baby bar" (or whatever that bar is called). It's easy to fold and open too; and the canopy is HUGE (love it!). We tested it out today going shopping and my baby loved facing forward for the first time! :)

The thing that clinched it for us -- because I had my mind set on a 3-wheel, jogging type of stroller (even tho I don't jog) - is the wheels are hard rubber and it has a suspension system. Aside from shopping, we'll need to take it to the ballpark for my stepson's baseball games. Haven't tested it on gravel yet, but the front wheels lock so that should help (that and the suspension). (My snap and go on the gravel was disastrous!!) If I ever decide to start running again, I'm going to allow myself to get a cheap(er) or second hand jogging stroller, but the reality is I'm not doing that right now.

Also I love that the seat reclines. Perfect for the fussy baby who needs a nap! (We tested that out today as well).
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