Peg Perego Uno Stroller

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Peg Perego’s Uno Stroller in Java is sure to be number one for trend-setting, fashion conscious parents. The Uno offers unique Zero Radius Turning in carriage mode for effortless turning in tight places and converts easily from a carriage for newborns to a full featured stroller for toddlers. And it only takes a flip of the handle for this great transformation. This stroller has it all including retractable car seat anchors for instantly attaching a matching Peg Perego Primo Viaggio Infant Car Seat. Keep your growing child securely fastened into the stroller seat with Peg Perego 5 point harness. You will love the boot with zipper to keep your child warm and cozy and there is plenty of room to store everything you need in the large spring loaded basket. The Uno makes your life easier with an adjustable cup holder as well as a bumper bar with a removable tray.

The Peg Perego Uno Stroller – Java features:

  • New zero radius turning
  • Fully reclining and fully supported backrest
  • Reversible handle, as well as angle adjustable handle
  • G Matic anchors for easy attachment of Peg Perego Primo Viaggio Infant Car Seat
  • Fully enclosed and all weather boot for protection, extra large basket


  • New zero radius turning
  • Fully reclining and fully supported backrest
  • Reversible handle, as well as angle adjustable handle
  • G Matic anchors for easy attachment of Peg Perego Primo Viaggio Infant Car Seat
  • Fully enclosed and all weather boot for protection, extra large basket

Additional Info





45 lbs

Full Size,Premium


Adjustable Canopy,Adjustable Handle,Cargo Basket,Cup Holder(s),Reversible Handle/Seat,Tray / Bar



27 pounds

31.1 x 20.2 x 13.4

Peg Perego Uno Stroller3.858
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5 Reviews for “Peg Perego Uno Stroller”

  1. mommamags on March 8th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    it’s really difficult to steer in the carriage position b/c the big wheels don’t swivel. I’m hoping to get used to it eventually.

  2. third-time mom on July 10th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    We had the Venezia for our first two kids and used it almost daily until it finally fell apart after about six years. This is essentially the same stroller and I’m sure we’ll love it just as much. It has a bigger basket than the previous model, is lighter, and seems sturdier overall. The drink holder is a nice touch although it doesn’t seem to stay on very well when there’s no drink in it. My two main complaints are the color and the turning issue. You would think something called "java" would be dark brown…nope, it’s black and silver. Which I can live with, but I had a hard time discerning the color from the picture online and it just wasn’t what I thought I was getting. And I love how they advertise "unique zero-radius turning" as if it’s a plus. It isn’t. It’s a pain and makes the stroller more difficult to maneuver, but I figure it’s temporary as we won’t be using the stroller in carriage mode for very long. So again, I can live with it. I just wish they’d made the back wheels so they could swivel. I love how easy the stroller is to fold and the different options for keeping the baby warmer/more covered. The cloth covers and harness straps are very high quality and easy to keep clean.

  3. LoLLieboo on July 18th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I was debating between a few different strollers- Uppababy Vista, Bugaboo…
    I ended up with this for a few reasons- I like that I did not have to carry around different attachments it converts with a couple zips, it can face both ways, I am 5’8 and I don’t hit my feet on the stroller, It lays completely back, and the basket holds a lot.

    Cons: Cup holder sucks but not a huge deal, it can be tricky to steer in the newborn position, wish the canopy was bigger, also it is on the heavy side.

    But compared to the other two strollers I loved the fact that this stroller grew with my baby and there was no extra pieces. If you are looking at the Uppababy you will notice it has a bar where the feet are suppose to hit, my daughter is very long so I can see this being a problem when she is a toddler and being TOO long for the stroller.

  4. momto3blondes on September 10th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Great stroller. was debating between bugaboo frog and this one, but i previously owned a stroller with attachments and didn’t want to go thru the same pain again, especially with the fact that i fold and unfold stroller like at least three times a day… (we own a family business and i run errands a lot, so the baby is with me everywhere) This stroller is easy to fold, and its one piece. Love the reversible handle if sun gets into the babys face u simply reverse it and no need to lift anything 😉 Love the fabric, mine is a 100% cotton on one side, and reversible also. and you can wash it in the washer if it does get dirty. Although i believe it only comes cotton in this color, cause my sis got same stroller in Java and her fabric is different.. and not reversible. thats why it probably costs $30 more. I can change a diaper in it if i don’t have access to changing table, or if i am on the go.. basket holds lots of shopping bags:). the cupholder does suck, but i never use it so not a biggie.. Love the way it looks. it was kinda tricky to use in carriage position at first, but i got the hang of it fairly quickly.. awesome stroller for the $$$ very smooth ride as well… couldn’t be happier..

  5. Yules on October 9th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    The pictures on BRU website don’t do the stroller justice. They don’t show the product in fully reclined position which makes it comparable to the bugaboo and bumbleride strollers. If you want to get to know more about this product I suggest going on the peg perego site or checking out the tutorial on [@]. One major downfall – I had to get a replacement because the snaps of the footmuff were not working. Make sure they work properly before you decide to keep it.