1. Is the Switch suitable for a newborn? Yes, if the stroller seat is converted to carriage mode (seat is fully reclined; leg netting is in place), the Switch may directly accommodate a newborn!
2. Will the Switch fit inside the Pliko P3 Travel Bag? The Switch is a bit too big for the P3’s Travel Bag. However, other companies, such as JL Childress, can manufacture bags to accommodate the Switch.
3. Can I get a footmuff/boot for the Switch? There is not a boot/footmuff available for the Switch in the US. This was an accessory that originally came with the Switch when it was introduced to the market. But we have not offered the boot accessory since 2008.
4. How is the Switch different than the Uno? Both strollers can rear- and forward-face. They also convert to carriages. But the main difference between the two is how they do these things.
The Uno has a unique handlebar that swings from one side to the other, allowing the Uno to change from rear-facing to forward-facing without disrupting baby.
The Switch, on the other hand, has a removable seat that can face forward or backward, depending on baby’s preference! This feature also allows the Switch to be a great Travel System option, as the Primo Viaggio car seat (sold separately) directly attaches to the chassis for a lighter, sleeker look.
If you’d like to learn more about their differences, feel free to contact the Online Associate!
by admin (Erica) | Posted in FAQs |