I'm very happy with the XL bassinet and the car seat, but they didn't do a great job with the seat part
- the Navetta XL bassinet is perfect (I also like the venting on the bottom)
- large basket
- soft wheels of the Book Plus S series
- overall nice to look at
- I am also very satisfied with the car seat
- I can only give the seat a plus in that it can be reclined and facing both directions
- the construction is metal, but where there are plastics it started to squeak after a while, which may bother some people. I personally got used to it and I don't notice it anymore
- it is not cushioned, but I knew that when I bought it, so it's just a reaction to other reviews. I personally don't mind - I knew what I was buying
- the seat is a disappointment for me - I find the footrest unstable, and the canopy could have been better designed too. It also bothered me when folding the chassis
I have a Peg-Pérego Book Plus S Completo. I am quite happy with the stroller although it has its faults, so it doesn't deserve 10 points. I'm very happy with the XL bassinet and the car seat, but they didn't do a great job with the seat part.
I'm on my second child = second time with this stroller and it's absolutely top for me. It's compact, nice and lightweight. I definitely recommend it! 😍
- One-handed folding
- Easy handling
- Soft wheels
- Large basket
- Good looking
- Superb car seat
- Navetta XL bassinet - positioning + ventilation
- Reversible (car seat, seat, and cot) in both directions
- Squeaks occasionally
Absolutely top stroller. I had a Cybex Priam after this stroller and I have to say I missed this stroller a lot as I was used to it.
- easy to fold
- reversible seat for both forward and reverse direction
- can be put in the reclining position
- large basket
- the ventilation window in the stroller is not very well placed in summer - the baby gets the sun in his eyes when he is lying down
- it has unbraked itself several times
Lightweight stroller suitable for the city and off-road. Who often travels will appreciate the easy folding and the fact that the stroller stands on its own.
- one-hand chassis folding
- space saving
- looks comfortable
- almost no suspension
- even a small curb is a problem
Easily foldable, fits in the trunk just fine. Used in the city but due to poor suspension it has a problem with curbs and on damaged road where it goes to the side and rattles. I would pick another one next time around.
- folds beautifully
- relatively large basket
- it rattles a lot
- the handle is strangely curved
The stroller is light and easy to handle. It folds nicely into the car. Unfortunately it has very hard wheels making the stroller rattle so badly.
The handle is oddly curved and sometimes it bothers me, but because the stroller is light it can be steered with one hand in the middle.
- easy to fold
- spacious bassinet
- safe car seat
- easy clicking-on the frame
- parent- and world-facing seat unit
- nice ventilation in the summer - there are mesh parts on the canopy
- roomy storage space
- easy, one-hand manipulation
- adjustable handlebar
- nice urban pushchair to get in the car, go shopping, etc.
- rattles on bumpy surfacesm the frame got loose and wobbled
- weird putting on the leg cover
- I missed a sun visor on the canopy in the summer
I was happy with it at first, but the chassis started to be loose too soon, in my opinion, and the pushchair became wobbly on bumpy roads, cobblestones, dirt roads, etc.
- easy, one-hand fold
- easy to clean
- not much of a suspension
An ideal urban stroller - if you only go (anywhere) in the city. It is very easy to clean, which is a big advantage. It is also very easy to fold, which is especially useful for women 🙂