Peg Perego Pliko P3 Paloma and Primo Viaggio

We have been researching for a stroller and infant car seat for a couple of weeks now. We first looked at theGraco. It’s the most common one that we see. But what I dislike about it is the size. I can’t count how many times I’ve been hit from behind by a Graco stroller. They seem hard to manuever in crowded areas like the mall. I saw a couple with a stroller that was slim yet it was designed for newborns. I talked to them and found out that their stroller is the Peg Perego Skate. I loved the compact design and flexibility. I did more research and found that they were discontinuing that model and is hard to find. I kept researching other models Peg Perego makes and found the Pliko P3. Other ones we liked were the Bugaboo Frog and Maclaren.

After going to a local Right Start store and playing around with the different models, we chose to go with the Peg Perego Pliko P3 Paloma (leather). We also picked up the matching leather infant car seat, Peg Perego Primo Viaggio. We decided to go leather for durability and I heard that if you spilled milk on the cloth material it’s hard to remove it from the frame so you can wash it – and if you don’t wash it, it will stink. We found both atBergstroms for a reasonable price. We were also surprised that they were selling both standard and leather models of the stroller for the same price. Another big plus for me is that this stroller fits in my trunk with my Alpine Type R 12” sub. I sure didn’t want to remove my sub 😉

Below are some pics and video of me unboxing it. Assembly was easy (once you read the manual).

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