May
20
6

Basics for Baby

Babies may be teeny tiny, but they sure do need a lot of stuff! Of all the things a newborn needs, three pieces of gear top our list: a car seat, stroller and high chair. So what should you look for when deciding which pieces to add to your registry? We’re so glad you asked …

1. Car Seat
When selecting a car seat, the most important consideration has to be safety. Our celebrated Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30 infant car seat exceeds the most stringent safety tests in the world. Designed for infants from 5 to 30 pounds (or up to 30 inches), the Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30 features a Side Impact Protection (SIP) head panel that protects a child’s head, neck and spine. This SIP protection easily adjusts to 10 different positions, ensuring a perfect — and safe — fit. The Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30 also has energy-absorbing foam in the shell and head panel that absorbs crash forces, resulting in less force transferred directly to child and minimizing injuries in the event of a crash. Plus, a Shock Absorbing Foam Element device located below the shell crumples upon impact, reducing stress on child’s neck and shoulders in the event of a crash. There’s also a five-point safety harness and a special removable cushion just for newborns.

2. Stroller
If you’re searching for a stroller with a newborn in mind, there are some important considerations. First, you’ll need a stroller that offers either a full recline and/or the option of attaching a car seat or bassinet. Most of our strollers are travel-system compatible with our own Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30 infant car seat. And our newest stroller, the Book Plus, accommodates both our infant car seat and our newborn-ready bassinet.

3. High Chair
Since it will be months before your new baby will try solid foods, you may think it’s too early to think about a high chair, but a high chair can be a great place for baby at family mealtimes. All of our high chairs have a tilt-in-space reclining seat that’s perfect for young babies, even newborns. Our multifunction Tatamia is especially great for newborns because it transforms from a baby recliner to a high chair to a baby swing.

Need help starting a baby registry? Use our Store Locator to find a Peg Perego near you.

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Feb
5
6

Meet Our Newest Arrivals!

The new year is well underway, and that means new arrivals from Peg Perego.

While we’ve already shared just what’s in store for 2013 (let’s see … there are two new stroller options, a new high chair, a brand-new dining booster seat, updated fabrics and plenty of new accessory must-haves), we know you can’t wait to see all the details.

So … we’ve updated our website with everything you want to know about our 2013 Collection, including all of our newest arrivals and classic Peg Perego favorites.

While you’re visiting our updated site, be sure to check out each product in depth. Online you’ll find not only product features and specifications, but fabric and color information, available accessories and full-length, downloadable owner’s manuals.

And, when you’re ready to shop in person (or ready to buy!), you can use our online Store Locator to find an authorized retailer near you.

(Psst … one more thing. Keep checking back because our website will be getting a brand-new look soon! Stay tuned for details.)

 

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