Car Seat Review: Peg Perego Primo Viaggio 4-35

Jamie Grayson, baby gear expert seen on Martha Stewart, Today Show, and his own series for, gives you a review of the Peg Perego Primo Viaggio 4-35 infant car seat.


Fenny DS says:

what stroller fits this carseat?

NatiBadxP says:

hello i was wondering what would be your suggestion for the best extended rear facing car seat

Kaylee Collins says:

Gah, it’s so pretty. I want it!!

Danielle Smith says:

Thank you, as a new 4-35 owner this made me a more confident to install the base and strap our newborn into the seat!

Sandra Mwase says:

Tank you for this video, What color is that, Atmosphere or Onxy?

Anna Witkowska says:

Hi. does anyone know how to take the cover off of this car seat to wash it? it seems to be permanently attached to thr handle. Thanks

gmarleene says:

Ur the best baby guy

Modern Mama says:

This will be the car seat I purchase for my baby! Thank you for the great review! Oh and btw, the car seat is on the counter not the cabinet 😉

Heimyto says:

Really nice review! One thing (even if it’s old news) that is not mentioned in the video is that, if you are installing the seat without the base, and the seat belt in the car is too short to go through the back *after* buckling (like in my case… I was quite disappointed), you can still do it! And it’s a no brainer, actually: just don’t buckle the belt until after passing the shoulder strap behind the seat. Once it’s pass the top, and routed through the blue piece in the middle, it will probably reach (for me, it worked).

Tasha Burritt says:

endo it! haha


wonderful review. Now I know I can take stage 2 off for my baby.Thank you.

Sarah Moi says:

thank you. learned a lot. i got the aquamarine

Samuel Kang says:

Good review but you forgot some great additional info. The EPA foam under the fabric actually extends all the way to edge of the shell including under the feet and legs which is not in every car seat as well as the foam and car seat shell actually being ventilated (turn the seat upside down and you see the holes) to avoid the sweaty backs that happen all too often in car seats!

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