Everything Your Baby Needs from Birth to the Toddler Years Bundled into a Single Purchase!

I know that some baby products are multi-purpose and Peg Perego is the master of creating innovative designs that function in various roles, but the Switch Four Modular System is even exceptional for Peg Perego. It comes with all the necessities: an infant car seat for road travel, a comfortable bassinet and bassinet stand for nursery and infant-use, a functional diaper bag, and the much-loved Switch Four stroller that holds both the car seat and bassinet. Instead of being called “switch four”, it should be called “switch ten” or more.

Traveling has been a number one priority for my husband and I since we met. We’ve explored the mountains and volcanoes of Costa Rica, the pristine beaches of Florida, California, Bahamas, Jamaica, and Mexico, and the sea life and ocean adventures of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. We want traveling to be a treat for our baby and the car to be as comfortable as home itself. The Primo Viaggio car seat, just one part of the Switch Four Modular System, has safety belts, side protection wings to delicately support the baby’s head, and adjustable side impact protection that easily adjusts in 5 vertical positions. The headrest and padding are made of soft microfiber cloth that stays comfortably dry and allows proper ventilation, and the adjustable hood provides protection from the sun and elements during travel. If Athena is going to enjoy riding in the car, it is in the Primo Viaggio car seat that she will find comfort and relaxation. Certified for use in automobiles or aircraft, the Primo Viaggio has been specially created to make babies great travelers right from the very start.

When traveling, a time will come when we’d like to stay over night at a hotel, a family member’s house, or a resort and with the Navetta XL bassinet complete with stand, we’ll have a cozy place to keep our baby safe and warm. The functional stand easily attaches the bassinet, the car seat, or the reversible stroller seat bringing double value and convenience.

A stylish diaper bag is even included in the Switch Four Modular System. The main compartment is spacious with extra interior pockets and a changing pad can be found inside the bag. The zippered external pocket can be used for keys or a cell phone and the two compartments on each side can hold a bottle or two.The over the shoulder strap is great for short trips or the stroller hooks are perfect when on the go.

The Switch Four Modular System is the ultimate travel system and no travel system would be complete without a stroller. The Switch Four stroller offers flawless convenience. The reversible seat switches in seconds and allows the baby to face you or the world ahead. It can easily fold with the seat in either direction and the Primo Viaggio car seat, as well as the bassinet, attaches right to the stroller’s chassis. The updated four-wheel design not only gives the Switch a fresh new design, but with 12 ball bearings and a suspension system, it’s easier to push. It closes easily with just one hand, with or without its seat attached, and it comes with a coordinating Foot Muff, Rain Shield, and Front Bumper Bar.

I’ve yet to see such a full-featured stroller package, but Peg Perego has out-done themselves once again. The Primo Viaggio infant car seat with latch system base, the Navetta XL bassinet and stand, the Switch Four Stroller, and the Borsa Diaper Bag create a complete system with everything a new parent needs to get started.

You can check it out for yourself at Peg Perego or on Facebook.

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40 thoughts on “Everything Your Baby Needs from Birth to the Toddler Years Bundled into a Single Purchase!

  1. Wow, that is a great, multi use system! We are trying to buy multi-purpose baby items also to cut back on the amount of stuff we have to have around the house.

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    • We live in a two-bedroom condo and we already feel overwhelmed with baby products and other “toys” for us and the baby isn’t even here yet. Peg Perego always seems to keep that in mind when designing their products. I’m in love with their entire product line.

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  2. I had 3 kids within 4 years so I had one baby in an infant seat, and 2 toddlers in car seats. I swear by the Snap-N-Go. It saved me and my back and freed my hands to push one child, had one on a hip, while the 3rd grabbed onto my free pinky. http://www.babytrend.com/strollers_snap-n-go/1305.html It’s the perfect lightweight, fold-able stroller that fit my Peg Perego infant seat which snapped right in. And the basket was great for a mid-week grocery shopping trip. We used it to store the diaper bag, tote soccer balls, you name it.

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  3. one of the drawbacks to multi-purpose objects, like the combination tv-dvd-blender, is what happens if one part breaks. for example, if the dvd player isn’t working and i bring it to best buy to get fixed, now my tv is gone too. just an example.

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    • Even though this system is multi-purpose, each part functions well on its own.

      I totally understand what you’re saying with the tv/dvd combo though. I had the same situation just two years ago with my dvd player that was part of the combo.

      Thanks for checking out the article and hopefully I’ll hear from you again soon,

      Lesley

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  4. Sounds and looks amazing – wish there’d been such excellent equipment available when my four were little! How many days to go now? Can’t be many………. Enjoy the whole experience as you do everything else xx

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  5. When your little princess gets older and you are traveling the globe, you might want to look at a “BOB” stroller. I swear by it. Works great for bigger sized kids and varied terrain. I plan on taking mine to China this winter. Best wishes and sending you good thoughts for a happy and safe arrival of your little bundle of joy.

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  6. I didn’t have a pram. I had a car seat but that next left the back seat. I had a sling and it worked really well. These do look fantastic and I would get one for the next.

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  7. Yeah, but it would be perfect if it came with the baby, too. (!)

    Hank had the distinction of being carried around in a Rubbermaid bin as an infant, becoming known as the Baby in the Bucket. Later, his mom said it had to do with “there being so much snow on the ground that winter…” or some such explanation equally unsatisfying.

    True, this was before carseats/seat belts/helmets/safety devices of really any kind, but still.

    Um, mom?

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  8. This was super timely for me. I’ve out of the baby market for a while now but have to shop for a friend’s shower and had no idea where to begin or what was even out there. Thanks for the great information!

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  9. I always admired the Peg Peregos, but couldn’t afford the $800-$900 (or more) price tag. Instead I went for the Hauck Malibu system. For a mere $270, the system includes a stroller frame with car seat attachment, bassinet attachment, toddler seat attachment, and a stand for the bassinet. We already had the Graco Snugride 35 infant car seat that snaps easily into the car seat attachment.

    Good luck on D-Day!

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  10. Peg Perego was by far the best investment I made for our babies! I loved it so much I bought 4 of their strollers!!!! I have the new Skate now. It is a DREAM!!!! I came to your FB page to see if I missed an update on your baby’s arrival while I was away this past week.. Looks like I came just in time. She was just born today. Congrats to you and your hubby!

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  11. It’s a year later. Would you still recommend this combo? How did it work for you when reality struck? Thanks in advance!

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