The Peg Perego GT3 ForTwo is a double tandem stroller with all-terrain wheels for traversing a variety of surfaces. Its defining feature is a sling seat in the storage compartment behind the primary seat. Reviews say this extra seat is best for occasional use, not for a full-time second rider. It has only a three-point harness while the primary seat has a five-point harness. Adding the second seat drastically reduces the amount of available storage, and the storage basket is tough to access when a child is in the seat.
Reviewers agree that the GT3 ForTwo maneuvers exceptionally well on all types of terrain, thanks to three air-filled 11-inch wheels and a set of shock absorbers that can be adjusted to three different settings. The stroller also has a hand brake and large sun canopy with a zip-open mesh portion to improve airflow. The included rain cover protects the front rider only, but rear fenders prevent splashing.
The GT3 ForTwo doesn't fare as well with owners as it does with experts. Users say that contrary to its name, the stroller isn't equipped to handle two children and is difficult to push. There are also a number of complaints about the front wheel wobbling even in the fixed-wheel position.
We found the most comprehensive review of the Peg Perego GT3 ForTwo on RatedByMom.com, a BabyGizmo.com-owned site, that includes a lengthy video demonstration by senior editor Hollie Schultz. Individual product reviews are featured on GrowingYourBaby.com and TandemStrollerGuide.com. A handful of owner comments are posted at Amazon.com, giving a good overview of this stroller's usefulness in real-world situations.
BabyGizmo.com senior editor Hollie Schultz provides a detailed review of the Peg Perego GT3 ForTwo on sister site RatedbyMom.com. As usual, she includes a video demo along with a lengthy, step-by-step description of the stroller in operation. Schultz says that while the storage basket is huge, the second seat takes up nearly all the cargo space and makes it difficult to access.
Review: Spotlight Product Review: Peg Perego GT3 ForTwo, Hollie Schultz, Aug. 3, 2010
The author of this lengthy review is the mother of four children ranging in age from newborn to 4 years. She says the GT3 ForTwo maneuvers effortlessly over all types of bumpy terrain and praises the three-setting suspension system. However, she says the second seat is good for occasional use but isn't ideal for a full-time second rider.
Review: Featured Review: Peg Perego GT3 ForTwo, "Kiersten", June 17, 2010
Editors of TandemStrollerGuide.com describe the features of the GT3 ForTwo and outline their overall opinion of this model. They say it doesn't offer a lot of storage, but its other features -- such as splash-protecting fenders and built-in ventilation -- make it ideal for parents who love the outdoors.
Review: Peg Perego GT3 For Two Tandem Strollers, Editors of TandemStrollerGuide.com, Not Dated
The Peg Perego GT3 ForTwo earns a rating of only 2 out of 5 stars in a handful of customer reviews. Owners say the stroller is difficult to push and, in spite of its "for two" moniker, cannot handle two children. They like its longer handlebar and smooth ride over rough terrain, but it receives few other compliments.
Review: Peg Perego 2010 Gt3 for Two Performance Stroller, Contributors to Amazon.com, As of Dec. 2011