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Black/Dark Grey Jake
  • Birth to 50 pounds pram/stroller capacity; includes both bassinet and seat; removable and washable fabric; quick change harness loops
  • Pram and reversible seat modes; 3 position seat angle adjustment; elevated seat height; 3 position handle; welded and formed aluminum alloy frame
  • Sun and weather-shield included with easy zip attachment to canopy, new pop out SPF 50 canopy extension
  • All natural cotton and organic soybean fibers in bassinet
  • Full size easy access spring arm oversize basket; rubber coated tires never go flat; high performance aluminum spoke wheels shock absorbing front and rear suspension
  • Pram and reversible seat modes; 4 position seat angle adjustment; elevated seat height; welded and formed aluminum alloy frame
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Color: Black/Dark Grey Jake
Technical Details
Item Weight24 pounds
Product Dimensions33.1 x 21.6 x 18.7 inches
Item model number0056-JKE
Additional product featuresCargo Basket, Canopy, Height Adjustable Handlebar, Grab Bumper Bar
Batteries requiredNo
OrientationForward facing, Rear facing
Seating capacity1
Tire materialOther
SuspensionShock-absorbing front and rear suspension
Wheel typeSwivel and Fixed
Number of reclining positions4
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Best Sellers Rank #115,272 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight48.8 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Color: Black/Dark Grey Jake

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From the Manufacturer

With DNA consisting of 50% sports car, 50% super-utility vehicle and 100% performance, the Vista stroller system is ready to take you to a new level of enjoyment. UPPAbaby is a company, dedicated to creating a better environment for our children. Eco-inspired organic bassinet; carrier is fully lined with a blend of organic soybean and cotton. Optional adapters available for infant seats for Graco, Peg Perego and Chicco.

Customer Reviews

It is very easy to fold and light weight.
Cheryl Hartman
This stroller is great as a single, double and triple...it's worth the money bc it will grow with your family!
You can add a rumble seat (attachment) so another child can sit.
Hukam's Mom

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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By P. Valbuena on April 5, 2011
Color Name: Red
This review is based on the 4 strollers we used/own: Baby Trend travel system (the minivan), Snap-n-Go (the ultra compact), Bob Revolution (the SUV), and the UppaBaby Vista (her limousine). The UppaBaby is the only stroller we actually purchased, and for us, it was worth it.

We didn't purchase this before baby was born. We wanted to see if we could survive with what we had, and to see if we really truly needed it. In the beginning, the ultra compact got the most use, especially for dr appointments and quick trips to the store. Super lightweight, easy to open/fold, but steering that thing is a pain in the butt. The minivan (travel system) got used for longer trips - long walks, neighborhood strolls. It maneuvers much better than the compact, but is super bulky. Hauling it in and out of the car took more effort, so used it mostly at home. The SUV (Bob) got used about as much as the minivan, mostly because of the size and weight. Plus I didn't feel comfortable yet jogging with a tiny one in there.

After a few months, we decided to get a stroller we could use for everything - at home or away. I did (I think) pretty thorough research before purchasing this stroller. Went to the mom blogs, consumer reports, reviews on websites that sell baby gear, etc. Even went to the store to have daddy "play" with it. Although pricey, the higher end strollers really are worth the money, IF (and only IF) that will be your main stroller. The UppaBaby had all the characteristics I was looking for:

-FOLDING: Stands up alone when folded, easy to fold (once you figure it out) and best of all - folds in one piece. This was the clear winner between the Bugaboo and Uppababy. Plus, Uppa gives you the option of separating the seat from the frame when folding, in case space is tight.
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89 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Kristin Ellermann on February 23, 2009
Color Name: Green Carlin
Well we went to 4 different stores and tried every stroller possible.

Our Top Three Picks for tall people:

(1) UppaBaby Vista
(2) Bugaboo Chameleon
(3) Peg Perego Skate

All 3 have handles long enough for a 6'6'' guy. But, the Uppababy handles actually were about an inch or so higher all the way across and it had a curved bar at the bottom so your feet wouldn't kick it as you pushed. The other two had straight bars on the bottom that were very easy to kick.

Of the three brands, Uppababy was the only one that had solid all terrain tires instead of air filled.

The Uppababy had a separate bassinet, whereas the other two you convert the bassinet into the toddler seat.

The Chameleon and the Uppababy were quite easy to fold down. I felt the Chameleon was a little lighter for lifting from ground to trunk. The Skate was not too hard to fold, but there were several buttons so it took more steps than either of the other two.

I would have been happy with any of the three brands and think for tall people, any one of them would work. But ultimately, my husband just loved the extra handle space and the curved bar at the bottom on the Uppa enough to make that one by far his favorite and at 6'6'' - every extra inch on that handle bar is valuable!

Other Contenders for tall people:

(4) Quinny Buzz

I loved the buzz and it might have been my top choice if I had not been shopping with my husband. I loved the great maneuverability, the lightness of the frame, the texture of the fabric and the colors. The downsides - the handle was not as long as the three above, but it was long and I believe it would work for someone 6'4'' or shorter. It didn't have as nice a basket as the others.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Ezhik V Tumane on May 22, 2010
We have the 2009 version of this stroller. Pretty much everything about the Vista is great-- it's comfortable, the storage basket is AMAZING and you can fit practically your whole life in it, and the bassinet/seat combo is really nice. If your stroller is perfectly constructed, you've got it made. The problem is, it doesn't seem like many of these strollers are perfectly constructed; in fact, ours has had a number of problems, and I doubt that the cheap construction has changed in the 2010 model.

We originally chose to buy a higher end stroller because we put a lot of miles on it, and we were expecting to have it last through two children. However, our warranty will expire in half a year, and given our history, I don't know if the stroller will make it much past that.

When we first got it for our newborn, we were quite happy. The bassinet was great, and as our son got older it was nice to be able to switch back and forth easily between the bassinet and the seat. We also really liked that the seat easily switches between forward and rear facing. When rear-facing, the stroller is less maneuverable because the weight is distributed to the front wheels rather than the rear, but this is not noticeable until your child is a bit heavier.

We had some minor problems with the screws that hold the seat together loosening (one actually fell out and got lost) and received a replacement kit for them. We've had to occasionally tighten the one we didn't replace, but haven't had problems with the replacement.

One of the plastic ribs on the canopy (the extendable sun canopy is a great feature by the way) has torn through the fabric.
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