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Peg Perego Aria Twin 60/40 Double Stroller - Geranium

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  • Travel System-compatible: “60” side accommodates a car seat, and “40” side is perfect for an older child
  • As children grow, older sibling can sit in the “60” side and younger one can use the “40” seat
  • Large, individual hoods are independently adjustable and ratcheting
  • Five-point safety harnesses protect children
  • Individual child trays independently open/remove for easy access to each child
  • Stands alone when folded
  • Centralized brake-cable releases the rear wheel lock
  • Includes a large, handy storage basket
  • Handle includes a bottle or cup holder
  • Two front double wheels, large rear single wheels; front wheel suspension with swivel or locking feature
  • The ultimate lightweight, side-by-side stroller that folds compactly
  • Large enough for two children, yet fits through standard doorways
  • Spacious seats with individual, multi-position backrests
  • Removable, hand-washable upholstery
  • Handle for carrying when folded
  • JPMA* safety certified
  • Made in Italy

Item # IPAX04DA49GT59

The ideal double stroller for parents with children of different ages. Aria Twin’s “60” side accommodates a car seat, and the “40” side is comfortable for an older child. Yet it fits through standard doorways. Perfect!

Peg Perego’s Aria Twin 60/40 is the ideal solution for parents with children of different ages. This innovative, side-by-side system offers a unique split-seat configuration. It’s Travel System-compatible, so our Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30 car seat (sold separately) can be attached to the “60” side with the stroller’s retractable anchors, while the “40” side has a comfortable seat for big brother or sister. And as they grow, the older child can sit in the “60” side and younger one can use the “40” seat. The stroller fits through standard doorways and has dual harnesses, hoods and child trays with cup holders. Rear wheels brake effortlessly with one hand and release with a simple push of a button.

12 Reviews
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25% (3)
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92% Recommend this product (11 of 12 responses)
By olivia john
san diego, california.
April 15, 2014
awesome buy!
This product came quickly and the set up was very easy. I have a 2month old and a 2 yr old and I was looking for a double stroller that could fit her primo carseat as well as accomodate my 2yr old son and this is just perfect and it's not bulky at all. The stroller came almost completely set up all i had to do was to put in the trays and the hood and to figure out how to attach my infant's car seat. It also folds in seconds. I like mine alot. This is definitely a good buy. Very sturdy and not too heavy.
By Jamie
Rhode Island
March 9, 2014
Love it
Got my order within 3 days of ordering it so happy about that
By Jovanne
Miami, Fl
February 27, 2014
Awesome value!
I bought this for my young toddler and baby. I'm impressed with how easy it is to maneuver. It's a very pretty stroller overall I'm very pleased!
ConsCup holder (parent) useless always falls. I just keep mines off.
By Emma
Fort smith, AR
February 13, 2014
Great stroller
This is a great stroller. Selected this stroller after much research and debate. I wanted a stroller that would fit my 3 year old and my 15 month old AND when #4 gets here...that would fit the newborn and 17 month old. Other strollers did not fit my 3 year old comfortably or could not be used with a new born. This stroller is perfect for both (with the infant car seat). My only complaint is the handle must be pushed all the way down when folded...when doing this I must be very careful it does not catch on the shades.
By Rafael araujo
San antonio
December 8, 2013
Bad shipping service
The worst experience with ups, the stroller had TO be delivered by the end of november, I went to San Antonio ON december 3rd and the stroller was'nt delivered yet, in the 1800 UPS phone number they said there was a problem and the package was lost, so it was lost for two days and i had TO rent a car TO go pick it up at the UPS distribución centre.
By Elijah
November 19, 2013
Peg Perego Aria 60/40 Double Stroller
Great stroller! Perfect for my toddler and newborn. Not to wide narrow enough to fit through doors. Very easy to push even with one hand.
By Sabahat
Orange, CA
October 7, 2013
Good and bad
Nice size and weight compared to other doublestrollers...but squeaky wheels and not as maneuverable as my teautonia, I wish I would've spent more money and gotten something with easier maneuverability ...nice big basket. Ive taken to the zoo but other places I forego as much as possible due to the lack of easy maneuverability for husband mostly pushes when I take this thing since it was his idea to be cheap!
By Mother of Two
Los Angeles, CA
August 9, 2013
Awesome stroller! Detail review!
Ok so where do I start? My lovely Peg Perego! I want to start off by saying that if you are reading this review you probably are a Peg Perego lover just like me; and you’ve been reading the reviews for this stroller on not only “Albee Baby” but other websites too; and guess what? You are by now totally confused with all the mixed ratings from this stroller users. First and foremost, let me clarify something: The Peg Perego Aria Side-by-Side Twin Stroller sold on this website and pretty much everywhere else is their latest model (2011 or 2012 not sure what year exactly, couldn’t find it anywhere in the description); BUT (and I write in capital letters) most of the low ratings and horrible reviews are for their older model (2007, 2008). I have owned both models and have experienced the differences personally; and I must confess that there are major improvements to this newer model which make it a great stroller altogether!!! This is the story: I have a 10 month old (29 lbs) and a 2 yrs and 10 month old (31 lbs). I kept procrastinating the purchase of a double stroller as I thought when we are out in the city, the little one could sit in our single Peg Perego Pliko P3 stroller and my toddler could stand at the back of it. Hence, there wouldn’t be the need to spend money on a double stroller (by the way, I’ve had the Pliko P3 for 3 years now and I love it…still sturdy, rides smoothly, and even looks like new.) But after a few outings, my older one started to get tired and the fight for who gets to sit in the stroller began!!! My husband and I ended up holding one kid in our arms and riding the other one in the stroller...switching back and forth…total hassle...therefore, the big decision of getting a double stroller arose. I started my research by reading online reviews and randomly approaching and asking moms with double strollers in the malls/parks. As I was still doing my search, my friend found a used Peg Perego Aria (older model) in a local second-hand store for just $45. I wasn't a big fan of getting a used one for my kids, but who could bid the price for $45??? and it looked pretty new. I was lucky that the store was offering a full-refund return policy. So, I tried it for a week and almost hated it. When the stroller was empty or even I had only one kid in it, it would ride so smoothly. But as soon as i had both of them in the stroller, the front wheels would lock and not move forward at all (especially if I wanted to make a turn.) Anyways, i ended up returning it for a full refund of course. After researching and reading tons of reviews on so many sites, I finally narrowed down my search to Joovy Caboose, Combi Cosmo (it’s the lastest from Combi, there are not so many reviews out there) and Peg Perego Aria 60/40. I tell you, it was a tough decision. I wanted a stroller that was comfy and safe for the kids, could stand-alone when folded, was light-weight, sturdy, compact, with a big storage, a bigger canopy, a smooth ride with a simple folding system. I was mostly looking to get one in the range of ~$200. Didn’t want to spend more than that. Joovy was on sale for $198 and at some places for $220; Combi ~$275; Peg Perego ~350 or ~400 on some sites :( I found this site Albee Baby that had the Peg Perego for $219 :) and I just jumped on it :) (no tax and free shipping); and it had all the features that I was looking for. The newer model's canopy is bigger, with a great coverage (for some reason, it’s not shown in the pictures). It has a pick-a-boo window but no cover on it; so when my kids sleep in the stroller, the sun-light travels through the window; but it's ok. Although I’m not planning on using this feature anymore, but I have the option of putting our Peg Perego car-seat on the 60 side as well. Compared to the older model, the front wheels are redesigned, so the weight is being distributed evenly and I don't have a problem making turns here and there. Some people say that you can maneuver with one hand, but I haven't been able to do that. The storage is big enough, I can easily fit a bigger diaper bag, a purse, and even a few jackets in it; but honestly putting a bigger diaper bag inside and pulling it out is not the easiest task. When folded, the standing alone option is great, i use it all the time. There's only one cup holder for an adult, I wish there were two on each side though. I've had it for a few months now, and it has passed through all the doors in public places thus far. My kids love the red color and enjoy riding in it all the time. I haven't used the trays, so can not comment on the size, the functionality, or the cup holder for the kids. My younger one always likes to sit straight up front, so the option of freedom of movement while still having a safe harness is great. Altogether, we like it a lot; and for our family's needs it's great. I'll give this Italian design a 5 star. As far as Albee Baby’s website, they were on-time in delivering, the package arrived in a good shape and all the parts were there. It took me a while to write this review, but I felt like there were too many confusing reviews out there and needed to offer some clarifications. Hope you found this review helpful.
By Alex
Las Vegas
August 4, 2013
Awesome Stroller!!
The product and price was great. Arrived as scheduled and box was delivered in good condition.
By Lauren
January 12, 2013
This is the best all around double stroller that we found. We tried out move of them. This one accepts infant car seats, has trays for snacks and a good size storage basket. It is easy to fold and adjust.
Proseasy to push and fold, adjusts for height and has snack trays
By luisa perez
miami, fl
June 28, 2011
it's perfect
it's easy to carry on and closed it .Don't weight it' s reclined all to the back i loved it and my kids too.
By Lisa
Cleveland, OH
February 8, 2011
Light and manuvers great!
I really like this stroller. It's light and fits perfectly in my compact SUV. It manuvers awesome and you can't beat the overall weight. The only thing I don't like is the seat belt. It's a lot of straps and buckles. I wish the wheels were a little more heavy duty. Overall, I liked this stroller over any other double stroller I came across!
ProsWeight, manuverablity, size.
ConsSeatbelt, and wheels are kinda cheep.

1 Question & 1 Answer
from Antelope.CA asked:
December 11, 2011
Why I can't use a promotion code on checkout?
1 Answers
Unfortunately Peg Perego is one of the brands that chooses to be excluded from coupons, sorry.
Customer Service
on December 12, 2011

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