Conclusion: The UPPAbaby will transport loads whilst keeping your baby comfortable. Its ability to be rear or forward facing, have a carrycot attached or be used when eating out makes it a versatile choice. Keep you eye out for that doubles seat - it’ll mean the Vista boasts even more versatility for growing families.
Pros: Easy to fold, reversible seat direction, huge shopping basket, plush carrycot included, lightweight, travel system convertible, Assembling the UPPAbaby Vista is really easy. Attaching the wheels takes seconds, and the seat is just clipped on. The hood and bumper bar are equally as straightforward to attach. The UPPAbaby Vista’s wheelbase is wide and the seat very high, but this does mean you’ve got access to the hugest shopping basket I’ve ever come across on a pushch...
Cons: Not as manoeuvreable over rougher terrain as you might expect, Unlike the Vista’s rear wheels, the front ones are quite small and they didn’t always make it up the kerb without me having to give the buggy a good shove. The UPPAbaby Vista’s size means it could be tricky to negotiate some tight spaces.
Conclusion: The UPPAbaby Vista is a great travel system that will carry loads and transport your baby in comfort, be it in pram mode, as a rear facing or forward facing buggy, or wit a car seat attached. It is quite pricey, but once the double seat is available in the UK, the Vista may prove to be a viable alternative to other inline doubles, and as you can add the PiggyBack buggy board, a realistic option for those with three small children.
Pros: Lightweight, versatile, comes complete with plush carrycot and huge shopping basket, rear and forward facing seat, easy to fold, Once out of the box the Vista is very easy to assemble. It takes seconds to attach the large rear wheels and smaller front ones. The seat is an easy one-clip-to-fix job, and the hood and bumper bar fit intuitively to the frame. The included Maxi-Cosi car seat adaptor fits easily onto the frame. The first thing you notice when assembled is th...
Cons: Not as manoeuvreable over rough ground as its looks would make you think, The UPPAbaby Vista is quite a big option so some tight spaces could be a problem to navigate. Although the Vista has big rear tyres, the front ones are still quite small and I found that they didn’t always make it up the kerb or over small bumps without me having to give the buggy a good shove.
Excerpt: Product 0027MKN Key FeaturesStroller TypeTravel SystemNumber of SeatsSingle SeatR... Product 0027-ALX Key FeaturesStroller TypeStandardNumber of SeatsSingle SeatMax W... I have looked far and wide for a stroller that had the qualifications that I was after and I wouldn’t settle for any less than the UPPAbaby Vista! My daughter just turned 9 months and we’ve already been through three strollers…Chicco and Combi.