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All user reviews of Peg-Pérego Book Cross

5 parent reviews

I consider the wheels to be the biggest advantage, the stroller is suitable for any terrain :) Great manipulation even with one hand. Large basket under the stroller. We are very satisfied and the stroller is beautiful!

Easy to handle

  • Lightweight
  • Easy to use
  • Spacious
  • Timeless design
  • High quality
  • Stability

The stroller is not heavy so it is easy to handle. My daughter is pushed in it by my nephew and he has no problem with the handling of the stroller.

It has a spacious basket to store things like groceries, which I appreciate because I no longer have to take any bag. It has a spacious bassinet as well as the seat. The only downside of the stroller is less stability than a stroller with 4 wheels. However, this may also be a problem of incompetence of the one who controls the stroller 🤷🏻‍♀️🙂

  • Spacious even for bigger toddlers
  • Stable - nothing wobbles
  • Easy to operate with one hand
  • Adjustable up to a lying position
  • Hand brake
  • All rubber wheels
  • Easily foldable

Excellent quality pushchair. Nothing rattles, it is wonderfully stable, very spacious (without problems fits even a 2 year old baby with a footmuff), it is also easy to control with 1 hand. It has high quality rubber wheels on which you will never get a puncture, great hand brake (you can use it to brake when going downhill, or to brake the stroller completely - so you don't have to ruin your shoes like on other strollers) :-) I've had 3 pushchairs, but this one is just really the BEST one :-)

  • Easy folding
  • Very easy to handle
  • Lightweight
  • The child is well protected even in bad weather
  • I also find the pushchair comfortable for napping - it is almost level
  • I would have expected better suspension, since it is already in the name CROSS, grass it handles well but cobbles in the city, quite badly
  • Quite early on, the color fading was noticeable (Denim Blue color)
  • The pushchair is only facing in the direction of travel - which I think most three wheelers are

We really liked the stroller for its sporty look. I find the price quite reasonable. It was very nice to ride in, but we ran into a problem with the pushchair only being rear-facing. I figured it wouldn't matter, but unfortunately my son would then turn around to see me over the side for the most part of the walk - and would not want to ride with the canopy covering him.

  • The best is probably the handbrake
  • Rubber wheels
  • Plenty of room for the baby
  • None

If you want a stroller for any environment and terrain, this is the one. For sport, for the woods, but also for parades in the city and the mall. You can see and feel the quality. We had many strollers in our family, but this one is the one.

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