Peg Perego Aria Stroller Review – Titanio

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Rating: 3.8 out of 5 (17 reviews)

The Aria OH One-Hand is Peg Peregos lightweight, full-featured convenience stroller. Youll love the way this stroller folds effortlessly and compactly with one hand and one step, and carrying it after folding is easy with the convenient handle. Even with all of its simplicity, the Aria OH still gives you incredible features. You will find retractable car seat anchors to instantly attach any Peg Perego seat.
This stroller uses Peg Peregos signature 5 point freedom of movement harness to allow your child freedom and safety, a spacious basket and a large, adjustable and ratcheting hood. Your child will have plenty of room in the comfortable seat, which can be used in several positions. Pushing the Aria OH is easy with the all-wheel suspension and swivel front wheels.

Features

  • Compatible with Graco infant car seats
  • Lightweight aluminum frame makes getting around a breeze
  • Height adjustable handle allows both mom & dad to stroll in comfort
  • Lower & load storage basket is easy to access even when your child is asleep

Additional Info

178743

3C5BB13E

888487006629

184ST53

1 lbs

45 lbs

Light Weight

1

Yes

Cargo Basket

Walking

9.9

18.5 pounds

30.3 x 18.4 x 9.9

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17 Reviews for “Peg Perego Aria Stroller Review – Titanio”

  1. Krissy, first time mom on February 22nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love love this stroller!! I was having a hard time finding a stroller that had a five point harness and most importantly to me, being short, finding one that was light!! It took me two months to search for a stroller and after coming across it, I HAD to buy it. It’s expensive, but its completely worth the money. The wheels roll really nicely, it folds easily, and very easy to take in and out of the car. The basket also is nice and big. I would recommond it to anyone. If you want a stroller, spend the extra money. It will last you a long time!

  2. Juju on March 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Never buy peg perego anything! First too expensive, 2nd their car seat are too heavy and 3rd the stroller is hard to close. Forget about trying to snap the carseat on the stroller. It’s very frustrating.

  3. Lauren on March 17th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I have this stroller (and car seat) in mocha and I couldn’t be happier. It is very light weight, very easy to maneuver and is an all around great stroller. It is very easy to use, if you read the directions-otherwise folding it up can be a challenge. I would buy it again for sure! We LOVE it and are going to buy another one for my husband to keep in his car. He is very tall and as such some strollers are hard for him to walk behind without kicking the back of it. Not with this one, it is great and we both love it.

  4. MOMOFTWO on March 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I purchase this stroller after having a bulky graco travel system. I had the quattro but as much as I loved it, it was not as practical and my lil angel was not a small newborn anymore. I was just tired of having to take out my huge bulky stroller out of my car and with two kids it took alot of time. I have a 4 year old and a 7 month old and I am always on the go. So, I was looking for a stroller that would be lightweight,had a snack tray, a great canopy, a mulitiple recline feature, and easy to manuver.I did take a look at the maclaren but it didn’t have a snack tray or cup holder and the canopy was very small.So I decided on the aria. Wow! I was shocked on how extremely lightweight the stroller was. I love the one hand fold, it takes a while to get used to but after a couple of tries you can become an expert. And the canopy shades great.It has a snack tray for my lil angel and it recline almost flat. The only thing I have a complaint about is the cup holder. You would think that by paying so much money you would at least get a parent parent tray with storage compartment but I was willing to sacrifice that for my babies comfort. All in all it’s a great stroller and would recommed to other moms.

  5. Ara's mom on April 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My daughter loves her Peg Perego Aria stroller. She loves to sit and look at everything as we stroll her around and she loves to use the tray as her foot rest. It is lightweight, easy to fold, and easy to use. The ride could be smoother when going over tiny twings but you can’t be too picky for a light weight stroller. (It weighs like 9 pounds)….

  6. Charity on May 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is very easy to use and lightweight. The seat is wide enough for my son to move in different positions and definitely it will still be perfect for him as he grows older. It is easy to maneuver even with just one hand. I really like that the seat belt can let your kid move forward which makes him feel less constraint. I just wish the opening to the basket/bottom storage is a little bit wider or farther from the seat so you can access your belongings a little bit easier. Other than that, this stroller is perfect for me.

  7. bella on May 18th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Super light weight and easy to maneuver.

  8. ashley first time mom on May 29th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I originally bought the graco HUGE travel system stroller and car seat. I HATE that stroller!!!! It its HUGE I was constantly bumping into all the racks at stores b/c it could barly fit through isles, then my frined went with me to the mall and brought her peg perego stroller…I was complaining about mine so she had my stoll my son in her and I FELL IN LOVE!!!!! It is sooooo easy to move, so light…folds so small…I can fit it in my car trunk and have other things in there…with my graco one I had to take everything out and it barly fit. Its great!!!!! I borrowed it to take to Disney so I could convince my husband and he was sold! We LOVE it! Oh and the main reason why I went with the graco one first was b/c I I wanted a carseat to fit in the stroller…..this does….and you dont even have to get the peg perego brand…my frined has the chicco key fit and it fits perfect!
    Best stroller!!!!

  9. sclarklaw on June 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We bought this stroller for our toddler because we thought the Graco stroller he had when he was in infant was too ‘babyish’ The Peg Perego broke after 1 month! The part where the tray attachs to the sides broke off. Not worth the money. And, it is not easy to open. The only good thing about it is that it’s lightweight. We are very disappointed because we thought this stroller would last until we didn’t need one anymore.

  10. David's mom on June 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This is a wonderful stroller if you are looking for something that is lightweight and won’t break your back getting it in and out of your car trunk. I can hold my baby in one hand and pick up and open this stroller with the other – it doesn’t get any better! My husband and I opted for this along with another brand of carseat that fit into the stroller instead of a “travel system”. The travel system strollers were all so heavy. Yes, it was a little bit more expensive but will save us in the long run from buying an umbrella stroller or another stroller to replace those heavy travel system strollers.

  11. Concerned Mom on June 30th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Peg Perego is a company that has been around for such a long time so as a first-time mom it was without doubt that I would put their car seat and stroller on my registry. THIS WAS A HUGE MISTAKE!!! I started using the Peg Perego Aria stroller by itself (without the infant car seat attached) about 2 months ago. Peg Perego’s “signature 5 point freedom of movement harness” does allow your child freedom but certainly not safety. This harness allows the child to become detached from the back of the seat and to move basically at free will…it’s as if the child doesn’t have a harness on at all. One bump and your child can smack into the front bar or potentially almost fall out of the stroller. […] BUYERS BEWARE OF PEG PEREGO!!!! If you do decide to purchase Peg Perego please buy the one that has the harness that can not be detached from the back of the seat.

  12. Traveling Mom on July 6th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My husband and I shopped for several days for a stroller with all the convenience of a full size stroller, but without the bulk and weight. This is that stroller! I love how easy it is to fold up and put in my car. I can do it all with one hand and it doesn’t take up my whole trunk.

    We have REALLY put this stroller to the test. We have taken it to over 10 countries and haven’t had one problem. It fits and maneuvers easily through most spaces and works easily on planes, ships, and trains. It even fits through airport security x-ray machines. I’ve taken it on hikes, sightseeing, and cobble stone. Every time we go on a trip we also talk about how great our stroller is.

    We bought the stroller and car seat separate, but our Graco car seat fit awesome without a problem. It does come with a universal car seat strap, but with the Graco I didn’t need it.

    Also the 5-point harness is the best invention. My daughter is VERY active. If she had a harness that only attached to the back of the seat then she would fuss the whole time she was in the stroller. She actually likes sitting up and seeing people. I haven’t had one safety issue with it.

    The only thing that would be a downer is the adult cup holder is not very sturdy. It doesn’t upright very well. I usually just put my water in the basket underneath.

    This stroller is definitely worth the money! This was the best baby purchase we’ve made.

  13. Elise's Mom on July 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I think this stroller is great for a toddler. It handles extremely well.

    The harness system allows my daughter to move more freely in the stroller and I do not feel that she is in any danger, this is a very unique system and I am happy with it.

  14. Mom on July 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller looks nice and my daughter seems comfortable in it and basket is good, BUT the wheels always lock up and it does not move around at all on ANY surface..I get so frustrated…

  15. Busy Mom in IA on July 15th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I’ve only had this stroller for a week and love it! We were looking for something lightweight for an upcoming vacation that had a tray for our 1 year old daughter- this was perfect! It manuvers well, has a great canopy and she has slept in it for over an hour on a trip to the mall, so it must be comfy. My husband is 6’3″ and he doesn’t have to bend over to push it. It’s easy to fold and unfold and fits in the airport carry-on storage bag.
    My only concern is the harness. I haven’t had trouble with it yet, but it does look like it could come out of the seat at any time. I just make sure I keep a close eye on her. We also bought a universal stroller caddy attachment since the parent cup holder isn’t that great. But we bought this stroller for the convenience of our daughter, not us.

  16. Gigi on July 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I ordered this item for a baby shower that is not until Aug. 15th. […]

  17. TotoLandMan on August 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    When we were looking at all of our options on purchasing a stroller for our very first baby boy to be honest we were a little taken back by all of the choices out there. Getting advice from friends who are parents we were told you needs 2-3 different strollers! What?? This sounded crazy. We were set on the Peg Perego product line and purchase the Primo Viaggio 30/30 Titanio infant carseat and wanted to have something it would easily integrate with. We were thinking about going the Maclaren route for a portable stroller but then it did not integrate with the infant carseat. We are sold on the Bob Revolution 3 wheel stroller but did not think it was an immediate necessity for a newborn/infant. We searched again on Peg Perego’s website and found the portable Aria stroller that was very lightweight and fully integrates with the Primo Viaggio 30/30 infant carseat. It is very easy to connect the carseat to the stroller and is something that my wife can do on her own as well which was a challenge for some of the other products out there! We could not be happier with the quality and workmanship of these combined products..

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