Book Pop-Up | Italian-made baby products and riding toys | Peg PeregoAfter a lot of consideration and many trips made to multiple stores comparing strollers, we went with the Peg Perego Book Pop-Up stroller. I should tell you that I struggled to fold up many strollers we tested in the store. The sales people got a good laugh at my attempts. The Book Pop-Up was by far the easiest one for me. I am able to close it with one hand but opening does require two hands for me. The Book Pop-Up stroller can be closed with the seat forward facing,rearward facing, and with bassinet attached. When closed the stroller can stand on its own and it can be wheeled around like luggage.
Peg Perego Book Pop-Up Stroller Review
Make your wish for the ideal stroller come true with the Book Pop-Up. Equipped with a premium chassis, folding bassinet and reversible seat, the Book Pop-Up offers the ultimate in style, comfort and mobility. Large polyurethane wheels and ball bearings guarantee a smooth drive, even on the roughest of surfaces. A remote front wheel control allows parents to swivel or straighten wheels without having to bend over and touch front wheels. The Bassinet Pop-Up welcomes your baby with comfort and fashion from the very first days. This innovative bassinet can fold easily with a simple gesture, perfect for carrying and storing.
This is a luxury stroller that has reversible seat and comes with a matching bassinet. This is a truly one-hand stroller with great venerability. The fold stayed the same as in Book and Book Plus models. I will do comparison between the models later, but they have a lot of the same features. The Book Pop-Up is a little more luxurious than other models. It has a leather handle bar and a leather bumper bar.
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There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. When you have a baby, pushchairs and prams are an essential piece of kit. Choosing the right one is an important decision that needs careful consideration.
This family run company has Italian style oozing through its veins. Add this to the ingenious design features and they have created a pushchair that before now many parents could only dream of. Giuseppe Perego designed the first pram for his son Lucio in and since then this family run business has gone from strength-to-strength, distributing quality products around the globe, while holding firm to its family values. With a range of quality pushchairs featuring fine Italian detailing and clever design features, we are sure they will be a hit on the UK market. We have reviewed the Book 51 S Pop-Up as a complete system, but there is lots of versatility as parents can buy each component independently i. The sleek grey and black chassis is elegant whilst at the same time workmanlike.