Owners and experts agree that the Peg-Perego Uno travel system is a nice looking stroller. It comes with a car-seat adapter for attaching a Peg-Perego car seat, and its reversible handle (so baby can ride facing you) and fully-reclining seat makes it appropriate for newborns. Reviewers say this 19-pound stroller appears to work fine overall. However, it's notable that some parents who weigh in on the Uno call it "plasticky," and others dislike how the boot turns into the bassinet. While early reviews are good for the Peg-Perego Uno, we also found excellent reviews for the less expensive Peg-Perego Pliko P3 Classico (*est. $330). The top-rated Pliko P3 does not have reversible handles, but it does have a fully reclining seat and adapter for Peg-Perego car seats.
We found the best expert review of the Peg-Perego Uno travel system (car seat not included) in the book Baby Bargains, a popular guide for new parents that outlines the pros and cons of various baby products, including strollers. The Uno is also discussed in a brief thread on Baby-Gaga.com, is reviewed by EliteCarSeats.com, and receives one fairly thorough user comment on Amazon.com.
1. Baby Bargains
Baby Bargains is a comprehensive baby-gear book. Reviews of strollers are based parent interviews, hands-on tests, and manufacturer reputation and responsiveness. Editors note both positive and negative aspects, and do a good job comparing strollers to the competition.
Review: Strollers, Denise & Alan Fields, 7th Edition, 2007
This retailer offers thorough (and comparative) reviews of the strollers it sells. The writer praises the Uno's durable frame and "elegant wheel construction," but acknowledges that its price may be "prohibitive" for many parents.
Review: Peg Perego Uno Review, Editors of EliteCarSeats.com
In this brief thread on this baby-gear website, a parent asks about the Peg Perego Uno. One respondent says the Uno felt "plasticky" when she tried it out, and another says a salesman steered her away from the Uno because it's hard to get the stroller up and down the curb when it's in reversible mode.
Review: Peg Perego Uno Reviews, Contributors to BabyGaga.com
Only a couple of parents review the Peg-Perego Uno so far at Amazon.com. We hope to see further reviews for this new stroller.
Review: Peg-Perego Uno Reviews, Contributors to Amazon.com