Peg Perego Switch Four Modular System Reivew


The Peg Perego Switch Four Modular System is a travel system that will fit your travel needs from birth on.  It includes the Primo Viaggio SIP 30-30 infant car seat, the Navetta XL bassinet, bassinet stand, the Borsa Mamma diaper bag and the Switch Four stroller chassis and seat.  The system is available in three fabric collections: Geranium, Pois Grey, and Zaffiro.  The system retails for $1099.00

The Primo Viaggio SIP 30-30 infant car seat accommodates babies from 5 to 30 pounds and up to 30 inches.   It features:

Adjustable Side Impact Protection

EPS (Expanded Poly Styrene foam)

Breathable Microfiber fabric cover

As well as the following great convenience features:


Removable infant insert and harness pads


Premium LATCH connectors

Level indicator on the base


Large canopy

UntitledThis doll is roughly the size of an average to large newborn and it fit very well in the Primo Viaggio 30-30.  Low birth weight babies may not fit as well.

The Primo Viaggio 30-30 base is not difficult to install with LATCH.  Installations with a seat belt can be difficult depending on the belt geometry.  The car seat is well labeled with stickers to remind the parent or caregiver of the proper use and installation.  The stickers are no substitute for reading the manual but serve as good reminders.  There is a sticker on the handle with arrows to indicate the proper handle positions for carry and for travel in the car.


The Navetta XL Bassinet is for babies 20 pounds or less that cannot roll over.  It easily attaches to the bassinet stand as well as the stroller chassis and has feet that allow it to sit flat on the floor.


The head of the mattress adjusts up and down so that baby’s head may be slightly elevated or the mattress can be completely flat.  The fabric is breathable and the bassinet features an adjustable ventilation system.  A foot muff is also included to keep baby well protected in cold weather.











The bassinet stand’s use is not only limited to the bassinet.  It accepts the Navetta, Primo Viaggio 30-30 and the stroller seat.  This could be of great use in a restaurant when they have run out of slings or highchairs.

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The Borsa Mamma diaper bag features a main compartment with three pockets to help keep you organized.  There is an outer pocket that has a smaller zippered pocket on it as well as bottle pocket.  It comes with a changing pad and clips to attach the bag to the stroller chassis.



The Switch Four Stroller can be used with the Navetta XL, the Primo Viaggio 30-30, or the stroller seat.




The stroller seat can be used rearward facing or forward facing.


A foot muff is included to keep baby warm in cold weather.  The foot muff along with the large canopy offers lots of protection.


The stroller features:

Removable basket

Reversible seat

Large canopy with a window and a pocket and can unzip to become a sun canopy

Easy fold

Smooth push

No adapter needed for use with the Primo Viaggio 30-30 or the Navetta XL

Telescoping handles

Easy to adjust 5-point harness system

Easy to engage and release brake that is sandal friendly

Built in footboard for an older child to catch a ride or to assist with navigating curbs

The stroller seat is suitable for children up to 45 pounds and 43 inches tall.  The weight limit for the basket is 11 pounds.  The stroller seat can go flat making it newborn appropriate and by adding the foot muff makes a carriage mode to keep a tiny baby snug and secure.


Thank you to Peg Perego for providing the Switch Four Modular System for review.


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