Peg Perego Aria Light Weight One Hand Fold Stroller in Mint (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Tray has cup holder attaches easily to the front bar that snaps open and closed to place or remove the child.
- Ergonomic handle includes an improved drink holder that can be easily attached or removed for cleaning.
- Five point "Freedom of Moment" seat belt allows the baby or child a full range of moment.
- 6 double wheels with tread and shock absorbers. Front wheel swivel and lock for better steering.
- Large storage basket and convenient handles makes this a great travel stroller.
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1. Steerable with one hand. Wheels go every which way.
2. Tray can be lifted up to allow child out.
3. Basket is average size.
4. Peekaboo window is helpful to see baby
5. Recline Seat is enough for baby to sleep, drink bottle.
6. Lightweight plastic, but sturdy enough.
7. Sun Canopy is fairly sturdy and can hold light objects.
8. Breeze to put together.
9. Narrow stroller to navigate aisles.
10. Slide recline allows you to adjust seat recline.
Cup holder is not stable and can only carry bottle or small cup (which is okay for safety tip-over reasons because you really don't want something so heavy on a lightwt stroller)but is fine.
-Wish the canopy was larger.
The only minor flaw is the cupholder on the back, you really can't fit a cup into it, maybe a bottle.
2. Easy to fold/unfold with one hand
3. Easy to pick up and put in trunk with one hand
4. Big storage area underneath (not as big as some, bigger than others)
5. Coffee holder (not as useful as some, but at least there is one!)
6. Pretty to look at
7. Harness not attached to seat (at first I didn't like this, but as my daughter's gotten older, she's 13 mos. now, this has become more important because she likes to be able to sit all the way up to see things, etc.)
8. Sun shade that really works (though not as fully-functional on some other strollers)
9. Easy to maneuver with one hand (even through doorways, over thresholds and curbs, etc.)
10. Brake is easy to apply and release
11. Good fabric
All in all, this is a great combination of options and features for the money, and I wouldn't trade it for anything!
The recline sucks too.
We have had no luck with the business where we purchased it or the manufacturer. I have no faith in this product and would not recommend it to anyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I did a lot of research before buying this stroller and thought I had a winner. Unfortunately, I have been disappointed with my purchase. Read morePublished on July 4, 2008 by krk
Did a lot of research with stroller weight being a key factor. Chose the Aria OH as it was the most functional lightweight stroller. Read morePublished on June 15, 2008 by E. Synn
This is a good, lightweight stroller with all the features you would find in a larger stroller -- basket, big canopy, etc. Read morePublished on June 2, 2008 by J. Bullock
It's great for travel, very light weight. As far as the cup holder, who the heck uses a cup holder on a stroller? We didn't attach the cup holder so no problem. Read morePublished on May 27, 2008 by Judi K. Moga Rn
This stroller rocks! I love the easy to carry handle it comes with. It really is lightweight and easy to manuever. Read morePublished on May 21, 2008 by Rachel B. Gates
We use this as travel stroller and recently took it to Mexico and then to Canada (we gate checked it for all flights). Read morePublished on May 20, 2008 by baltobalto
I was desperate for a stroller that would keep my very active toddler
(26 months) secure, as he was able to unbuckle the harnesses on my 3 previous strollers. Read more
This is actually our second Aria, now with the nifty one-hand close feature. We wanted a stroller that was more substantial than an umbrella stroller, but lightweight and agile... Read morePublished on May 12, 2008 by J. P. Hann
We almost didn't buy a Peg Perego because of all the negative reviews, but we bought the Aria anyway and we're glad we did. Read morePublished on April 27, 2008 by Mr. Thomas E. Gackle