Peg Perego Pliko Switch Stroller Review – Titanio

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Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (5 reviews)

Peg Perego’s new Pliko Switch offers all of the same great features and accessory options of the award winning Pliko P3 and more. In addition to the standard features of the P3, the Switch includes a new, extra comfortable seat that can be used either front or rear facing. The Pliko Switch can be folded ,with or without the seat attached. Once folded, it is compact and is self standing. The Primo Viaggio SIP 30 30 infant car seat can even be attached directly to the chassis. Other features included with this new stroller are a 4 position reclining backrest, adjustable leg rest, front bumper that can open for easy access to baby, side carrying handle and a extra large basket. Height adjustable handles with a rubber insert and a cup holder round out the features of the Pliko Switch. You’ll love the smooth pushing of the Pliko Switch,has all wheel suspension, and front wheels that swivel or lock. There’s also a new centralized brake cable on the back wheels.


  • Baby Jogger patented Quick-Fold Technology
  • 12″ all-terrain quick-release wheels with lockable swivel front wheel for long distance walking
  • Accessory mounting bracket makes accessorizing a snap
  • Multi-position 3 panel canopy for ultimate sun protection
  • Large storage compartments behind and under seat

Additional Info





45 lbs

Full Size



Adjustable Handle



29 pounds

42.0 x 15.5 x 12.0

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5 Reviews for “Peg Perego Pliko Switch Stroller Review – Titanio”

  1. Research Mommy on April 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This is a wonderful stroller! I’ve been doing research on strollers for months now and finally came down to the conclusion to get this one. I didn’t want the usual travel system and decided I needed something that would be compatible and versatile. The fact that my baby can either face me or face the world is wonderful. Also, I like the fact that the seat reverses and not the handle bar making is maneuverable. I’ve heard reversible handle bars make pushing the stroller a lot harder. There is also enough room in the basket for what we need and the Peg Perego Car seat fits perfectly on the frame. I definitely recommend this stroller if you don’t mind spending some money. I advise though, if you don’t plan on traveling or going for many walks, you might want to consider a more affordable stroller. Finally, find a Switch somewhere and play with it. You can see for yourself how easy it is to use.

  2. Victoria's Mommy on July 5th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We bought this stroller after using another brand for a year. We hated the other brand! I did so much research to try to find the perfect stroller. This stroller had everything I wanted in a stroller. Switching the seat is very easy. We recently had a picnic at a lake and we didn’t want our daughter to try to dart off. So, we took the seat off and sat it on the blanket. She thought that was really neat! The way the handles are designed makes pushing it very comfortable. The seat sits straight up and lays all the way down, which is wonderful. The visor is very large. FYI: This stroller is definitely not a lightweight stroller. It is quite awkward and heavy. Also, the parent cup holder is really only good for holding a water bottle. But with all the other great features this stroller is totally worth it!! Finally, we get a lot of compliments on this stroller!

  3. RobinBird on August 17th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We shopped every stroller and found this one to be the best for the money. I wasn’t sold on it at first but now I love it. We keep it in the family room and our newborn sleeps in the bassinet. We put a pillow insert to make it soft. I am very pleased with our purchase.

  4. K.Jai on August 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is great for my daughter. I received this stroller while being pregnant after researching websites, forums, and baby stores in finding the best stroller for us.

    The facts are:

    -the Peg Perego Car Seat snaps directly into the frame when removing the stroller seat.
    -Baby can face you or the outside world by reversing the seat, which is better then a reversible handle bar because the steering is always facing the same way (reversible handle bars makes steering difficult because the wheels are now reversed also)
    -Seat lays all the way flat to sitting up.
    -U.S. versions come with a snack tray
    – The demonstration videos on the Pliko Switch shows a boot that helps create a bassinet look for the stroller…but the boot doesn’t come with the stroller here in the U.S.
    – HOWEVER…you can purchase the boot separately. Just contact Peg Perego through e-mail and they can send you the link and model # to purchase from them directly. Remember strollers cannot to purchased from the peg perego website…they’ll refer you here, to babies r us.
    – The cup holder for parent is great, but falls off a lot. I’m not to sure where ours is at the moment.
    – The under basket is big and makes a great little seat for our Bichon Frise and shopping bags.
    – Stroller is a bit heavy but worth it if you ask me.
    – It also comes with a rain cover and also with a netting underneath to act as a small netted boot over the snack tray

  5. nick the good dad on August 26th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Great and easy to use and works great on all floor types. doesnt do good in rough sand or wet snow, but great on ice and the hard surface of the beach. Real easy to store quickly and I really like the fact the car seat snaped in and out so easy. Love’d it, used it for 2 kids. (perfect for both 5# premies we had.!