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Peg Perego Book Pop Up - Indigo

Item # IPMS62RO51DE41

Coming in 2014!

Make your wish for the ideal stroller come true with the Book Pop-Up.

Chassis

  • Folds inward like a "book" with just one hand.
  • Soft Ride polyurethane wheels and ball bearings guarantee a smooth drive even on the roughest surface.
  • Adjustable height handlebar is wrapped in Peg Perego's “Prima Classe” material which is friendly and soft to the touch, yet durable and easy to clean.
  • Remote front-wheels-control at parent’s height allows you to manage swivel or straight motion without bending and touching front wheels.
  • Travel system compatible: Peg Perego's G-matic system allows you to dock the Primo Viaggio 4-35 directly on the chassis without adapters.
  • Chassis weight: 17.6lbs
Seat Pop Up
  • Easy reversible positioning allows baby to face you or the world ahead.
  • Folds compactly in either position on the chassis.
  • Offers a full recline comfort not by simply tilting the seat, but by widening the angle between seat and back rest.
  • Folds like a "book” keeping upholstery inside, clean and protected.
  • Seat weight: 6.1lbs
Bassinet Pop Up
  • It folds easily and swiftly with a quick motion for carrying and storing.
  • When folded with the chassis it is compact and stands alone.
  • Offers a full recline comfort not by simply tilting the seat, but by widening the angle between seat and back rest.
  • Bassinet weight: 9.12lbs
  • Dimensions: Open 32.5” L x 16.42” W x 26.3” H, Folded 32.5” L x 16.42” W x 8.75” H
Complete stroller dimensions (with seat):
  • Open: 36.5” L x 23.16” W x 41.58” H
  • Folded: 15.25” L x 23.16” W x 33” H


Peg Perego Book Pop Up - Indigo

$799.99

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Add Coordinating Items:

Peg Perego Book & Book Pop Up Child Tray
Peg Perego Book & Book Pop Up Child Tray
$39.99
Peg Perego Stroller Cup Holder
Peg Perego Stroller Cup Holder
$24.99
Peg Perego Rain Cover for Book, Book Plus, Pop Up, Pliko Mini, Switch Four
Peg Perego Rain Cover for Book, Book Plus, Pop Up, Pliko Mini, Switch Four
$34.99
Peg Perego Mosquito Netting
Peg Perego Mosquito Netting
$39.99
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Peg Perego Book Pop Up - Indigo
$799.99
4 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
Alison
nyc
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Questions
July 22, 2014
Ok so here are my questions. We have been on the peg perego book pop up (PPBPU)page and completely off the Uppababy vista page. We love the design, the bassinet, the drive and manueverability, the gigantic basket, the easy fold, the front wheel lock. I mean every feature is amazing. The PPBPU has a car seat (primom viaggio) that attaches straight on the chassis and weighs just under 9 pounds. It looks like a fantastic car seat, very safe and easy to use in the car. We didn't like the uppababy vista because it took us 10 minutes to figure out how to fold the thing in the store before someone had to teach us how, it is crazy bulky and heavy and those wheels are gigantic. I have been told that they can get stuck in smaller places. The extended sun visor looks like it can be ripped with one baby grab. However I've recently noticed a few differences that peg perego just doesn't seem to have that Uppa does - and it is mostly additional accessories. 1-the Vista has INCLUDED the mosquito net and rain cover for both the bassinet and the toddler seat. The PPBPU is additional. 2- the Vista has included a bassinet cover to store and keep the bassinet clean. The PPBPU doesn't even have this option. 3- the Vista's material is all machine washable. The PPBPU is hand wash... Who really wants to be bothered with that?! 4- The Vista has an additional luggage carry case that can be purchased separately for travel. the PPBPU does not. 5- the vista is able to be converted to a double or even a triple (ish) by adding the rumble seat or a rumble and buggy board. Now granted I don't think it looks very comfortable but it may be worth it in the long run. The PPBPU doesn't have this option but you can add a universal buggy board. There aren't many reviews of the PPBPU so I was glad to come across yours. We were considering it in Onyx and then wondered if black would be too hot for our newbie as it attracts heat. The vista comes in a variety of colors. I don't want to lean towards the vista, but I'm not sure why PP hasn't included/thought of these additions especially for the price (which is higher than the vista!) Any feedback would be appreciated.

Elizabeth
Chicago, IL
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Worth the wait
June 23, 2014
I dislike writing reviews, but with so many strollers on the market today, often times, the reviews were the first place I looked when considering whether to even consider a particular stroller. No stroller is perfect, including this one, but I love it! I love the stroller and even the company itself. I was debated between this stroller, the Uppababy Vista, and the CityMini My stroller "wish list" items included: bassinet (included or purchase separately), compatible with a carseat (preferably without an adaptor), have a reversible seat, an adjustable handle bar (vertically as well as horizontally), large storage basket, and large canopy. This car seat pretty much fulfills all of those requirements and more! (1) The bassinet - love this! While it's a little long, it's the perfect fit for my baby and comfortably holds baby in cold and warm weather. In the winter, I was able to a down cover and other blankets in it. The bassinet cover and canopy protect the baby from rain, snow etc. Now in the summer, I open the screen on the canopy to let in fresh air and for the baby to look out. The base of the bassinet can also be raised two levels so that the baby is not lying completely on his back. I usually keep it on the second level, slight elevation. The third level doesn't look very comfortable, but the baby doesn't cry or otherwise complain when it is on that setting. LOVE that it folds while attached to the frame as well. Also, we live in a city and space is at a premium. I LOVE that I can easily fold and store the bassinet when the time comes. (2 and 3) I have the 4-35 car seat and it works perfectly with this stroller and looks sharp. Both the car seat and bassinet can face either direction. I haven't tried the seat yet. (4) The handle bar is fantastic. Funny to stay that about a handle bar, but it is. It's soft, but more importantly fits both me (5' 1") and my 6"1 husband. It is easy to adjust and it not only adjusts vertically, but it swings closer (more horizontally) towards me as well. That was important to me (comfort) and not many strollers have the feature. (5) The basket on this stroller is HUGE! Once I leave the house I'm out, so my basket has to fit the baby bag as well as any other items I pick up on my travels. I've fit so many grocery bags into this thing it's amazing! I will that sometimes getting items out of the basket is difficult because the seat is low. Unlike the Uppababy Vista which has an elevated seat, this seat is constant. One side of the basket is a bar that you can push down on to access the interior, however, I often have to struggle to pull bags out. If the seat were elevated just a little bit, I think it would make a huge difference. (6) The canopy on the bassinet is great. I haven't looked too in-depth at the seat. I pre-ordered this stroller, and my baby came about six weeks early. I refused to cancel my order and just purchase another stroller, and boy am I glad I waited. Aside from the quirks noted above, I really love this stroller. I walk quite a bit and this performs beautifully. I can fairly easily push it with one hand even when it's weighed down with baby, baby bag, and many shopping bags. After opening it and closing it a few times, it's a breeze! Also, love that when folded it can stand upright alone on its handle bars. That leaves me with two hands to handle the baby. Moreover, I am so impressed with Peg Perego. When I first received the stroller there was a small crack in the frame that the basket attaches to. I called the company to complain, for this price it should arrive in pristine condition, and two days later I received a whole new frame. Great customer service and great stroller.
Pros:
folding bassinet large basket unique look travel friendly fairly lightweight
Cons:
doesn't come with a cup holder sometimes difficult to get items out of the basket



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