According to the research we found, reviewers like the Peg-Perego Venezia stroller for its harness system, seating and maneuverability, but they offer mixed opinions on its sturdiness and comfort. Parents posting to review sites are especially fond of the Peg-Perego Venezia's easy fold and reversible handle. Overall, reviews say the 18-pound Peg-Perego Venezia has begun to look a bit dated when compared to lighter, more stylish strollers.
We found the most credible review for the Peg-Perego Venezia stroller at Baby-Gaga.com, where ratings are based on hands-on tests and parent interviews. Many parents also post comments about the Peg-Perego Venezia stroller on the Baby Bargains website, the popular review site associated with the best-selling book of the same name. These sites are the best sources of reviews for the Peg-Perego Venezia, which has not been tested by editors at Consumer Reports.
Parents at this user-review site give the Peg-Perego Venezia stroller an average grade. Some say steering can be done one handed, while others say this is difficult to do. Sturdiness is a concern, with some parents reporting issues after a year or more of use, such as wheels or canopies coming off.
Review: Peg-Perego Venezia Reviews, Contributors to Baby-Gaga.com, Jan. 18, 2006
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Some parents posting reviews to this forum say that the Peg-Perego Venezia offers a smooth ride even on city sidewalks, while others report that they've had to replace wheels several times. Despite this stroller's removable and washable fabric, some users say it's hard to get the fabric really clean. Despite these issues, the majority of reviews are positive.
Review: Peg-Perego Venezia Reviews, Contributors to BabyBargains.com