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All user reviews of Peg-Pérego Booklet 50 S

2 parent reviews
  • Usable from birth
  • Extended canopy
  • Great fabric design
  • UPF 50+, i.e. no more fading
  • Better drawstring backrest positioning system than on other strollers I've had
  • Foot positioning has a clever fabric design at the end - washable
  • Lying area padded
  • Cushioning on the straps and between the legs
  • Insulated apron and rain cover included
  • Maintenance-free wheels with inflatable-like features
  • Stroller controls ultra easy, even with one hand
  • 5kg capacity basket
  • One-hand folding (inwards, like a book) with automatic safety lock
  • With the option of adding a bassinet and carrying a car seat on the stroller frame (travel system)
  • Leather handle for parent
  • Leather bar for baby
  • Wheel lock
  • Narrow design i.e. easy to get everywhere without rubbing the frame
  • Weight up to 9kg
  • I cannot rotate the seat
  • Compared to the Book series, it has wheel locking with levers above the wheels (i.e. not a knob on the frame) like most strollers and it rattles a bit on rougher terrain

I finally found what I was looking for. Great pushchair, really foldable with 1 hand, lightweight.

  • Spacious even with a footmuff
  • Long seat surface
  • Deep seat
  • Very easy to fold - with one hand
  • Easy to handle
  • Long harness
  • Large hood even when lying down
  • Small when folded
  • Suitable for small car and small lift
  • Ventilation
  • Goes over snow
  • Handles slightly broken roads
  • Rear wheels are sprung
  • Easily removable bumper bar
  • It is lightweight
  • Front wheels are a little rattly
  • Positioning of the backrest with a strap

Great stroller. The only thing I would change about it are the front wheels - they rattle a bit on uneven pavement.

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