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Is the Peg Porego Switch good?
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Posted 03 February 2013 - 08:28 PM
Went to the shops today and saw a Peg Porego Switch today and it looks to be a good pram. Does anyone know if they are any good?
And are Peg Porego's a good brand in general?
Posted 03 February 2013 - 08:36 PM
I can't answer the question, but I've been searching for one in store to have a proper look at. I'm wanting to get one (the completo, not four) as a shopping pram (obviously not for outside walking), but have yet to find one in the flesh.
Reviews seem quite good for it, though it's considered a bit heavier when in forward facing mode, though that doesnt bother me much, I'm not expecting to use it anywhere that needs any extra push, so slight heaviness is fine.
Posted 04 February 2013 - 06:59 AM
I don't have that peg but do have the pilko p3. I used it from birth with DS and it was fine.
Things I would have personally changed:
Made it reversible
Better wheels for off road
Things I liked:
Easy Umbrella fold
Large sun shade that could move the whole way over when unzipped (I loved this)
Not sure if your pram has any of those qualities but it may help?
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