Peg Perego Booklet Review

This review has taken me a while to post, and that’s simply because I’ve been busy USING it. The Peg Perego Booklet is a great new stroller, and I’m super excited about it.


Ok let’s start with why it got my attention. The canopy (UPF 50+) is long and gives your child a great amount of coverage. Especially when you pop out the visor.



I loveeeee when strollers (especially strollers that don’t cost $800+++) have adjustable footrests. It is such a big deal to me, and I always say this. My daughter loves to relax with her feet up, and for me the most important thing about a stroller is that THEY STAY IN IT. And they won’t do that unless they’re comfortable. The Booklet has an easy to do adjustable footrest, so thank you Peg Perego!!


Another major plus? The Booklet is suitable to use from birth because of it’s flat recline. My son is no where near newborn age, but he enjoyed a relaxing nap in the seat, which made me super happy!


The recline is really is to do, there’s a clasp on the back of the stroller, and it’s pretty much self explanatory. Easy and smooth, it won’t wake a sleeping child when you’re trying to recline them to get more comfortable.


It happened to be extremely hot the day he fell asleep in the stroller, so in the back of the Booklet, you have the option to reveal a mesh window, which allows air to circulate throughout the stroller without exposing them to the sun.


The Booklet also has a circular piece that comes out on the side, and I’m not sure if it’s meant for this, but look how great my bags stay on! I used them all day while shopping and they really stayed! Loved that! It’s my new shopping stroller! Good-bye Mommy Hook!


And because Peg Perego was in no mood to leave anything out, the handlebar is adjustable as well.Great for me, even though I’m not tall at all, I just have a super long stride and bang my feet on every stroller. Love the handlebar. It’s not telescopic which is always my favorite, but it gets the job done.


And another extra that even the most expensive strollers decide against for some odd reason- a peek a boo window!!


The basket is large and accessible, I can fit everything down there.



While we’re down there you can see the lever that you need to pull in order to fold the Booklet. This stroller is a ONE STEP FOLD people. You pull that lever, and BAM, it folds in seconds. No other steps needed. It weighs about 18 pounds and folds compactly to fit in your trunk. The stroller folds with the fabric on the inside, which means it won’t get dirty while you stand it up, or have it on the ground.



The wheels on the Peg Perego Booklet are great. It maneuvers outstandingly. The front wheels can swivel or you can lock them to get over harder terrain. (I think they thought of everything honestly…)


I also wanted to show a photo of my 4 year old sitting in the seat, he’s tall but comfortable in the seat. There’s a footrest at the bottom for him to lay his feet.


The Booklet comes at a great price considering all it can do. It will cost you around $349.99 – which in the stroller world is very worth your money. You can attach your car seat onto it and use it as your “snap and go”, you get a large basket, large canopy, large seat THAT reclines AND has an adjustable footrest. Oh, and you can’t forget the amazing fold! I’m not sure what else there is to need or want in a stroller! I am very impressed with the Booklet, and know you will be too! Try and check it out in a store near you if you don’t believe me! If you have one, let me know what you think below!


** I was given the Peg Perego Booklet for free to review. I was not compensated for this review and all opinions are my own**



  1. Sharon   •  

    Finally, a review! Ive been using mine for a few months now and love it. I had a reacurring wrist pain that I didn’t realise was caused by my old stroller being much harder to turn and push. The ball bearings really make a difference in the booklet. Swivels around like a jogger and most importantly my wrist pain never came back! I agree with everything you have said except for the basket dragging problem. Mine use to do the same, so on closer inspection, it was because I didn’t set it up properly. From your pictures, it seems you have not but the grey “button” on the frame, located under the basket into the slots of the basket. The slots are not easy to spot as it’s black but once you’ve slipped it in, dragging is no longer a problem and you can fit soooo much into that basket! Enjoy !!

  2. jessica   •  

    Those strollers are so beautiful! Thanks for sharing this post!

  3. Sara   •  

    Hi! I was wondering if you knew of a compatible standing toddler board for this stroller? I’ve tried googling it with no success! I’m in between this stroller and uppababy vista . TIA

  4. Lucie   •  

    Thinking of this vs the Uppababy Cruz do u have a review on the Cruz

    • rollherstroller   •     Author

      Not yet, hopefully soon :)

  5. john   •  

    would you consider this all-terrain at all?

    • rollherstroller   •     Author

      not all-terrain, sorry!

  6. olcay   •  

    I bought it today. I agree with everything you mention and wanted to add that it has the most upright recline. My son hated the Uppababy we had because it gave no support when he wanted to sit upright and watch around. I compared itto city mini and that had the same problem. Handlebar should also help him with that.

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  8. Ashley   •  


    Can you use this stroller for jogging on relatively flat roads?? I know the review / comments say that the wheels are very maneuverable, but I’m just not sure if that makes it ok for jogging with, since it’s not listed as a “jogging stroller” :)

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