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UPPAbaby Vista Stroller, Jake

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Jake
  • 100% Nylon
  • Aerated bassinet canopy and mattress pad with vented base all for increased breathability
  • Easy one step fold with or without the seat attached
  • Full size, reversible toddler seat with SPF 50 plus drop down sunshade reclines to 180 degrees
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Size: Birth -and UP | Color: Jake
Technical Details
Item Weight25.5 pounds
Product Dimensions39 x 25 x 40 inches
OriginImported (China)
UPC817609010039
Item model number0112
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB0077J2KB4
Best Sellers Rank #3,893 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight47.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Size: Birth -and UP | Color: Jake

The Fabric is combination of 1680D polyester and 600D Nylon; Bassinet: 50% Azlon + 50%. It includes ventilated bassinet with breezy canopy and extendable sunshade; Bassinet is approved for overnight sleeping, Full-size front and rear-facing, 5-position recline, folds with or without the toddler seat. Infant car seat compatible - fits the MESA or select Graco, Chicco, Peg Perego or Maxi-Cosi infant car seats. It has Shock-absorbing front plus rear suspension with rubber over foam never-flat wheels adnd Adjustable 3 position handlebar for parents of all heights. Removable and washable fabrics. Large easy-access basket fits everyday essentials


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159 of 163 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca N TOP 500 REVIEWER on September 20, 2012
Color Name: JakeSize Name: Birth -and UP
for about 6 of the months I was pregnant, I stopped people on the street who were pushing strollers and asked what they thought of theirs. Most people loved their strollers. But I heard a couple of common themes. The Stokke people occasionally thought it was awkward and they admitted they loved it for the design more than the practicality. The Bugaboo Bee folks thought it was actually too low and too small and they're not sure what it offered over an umbrella stroller.

The Uppababy Vista people were the happiest of the people I asked. The all LOVED the storage space underneath. Funny what people point to as the real winner. The ones with a baby and a toddler loved how it converted to hold two kids.

If you're in Manhattan, that's mostly the 3 strollers that you'll see. You'll also see lots of City Mini/Elite/Select strollers, but those are often secondary strollers.

So I got the Uppababy Vista in Jake (black frame) for my daughter.

Some things I love:
- The storage - can hold a medium supermarket trip of groceries (note: Sometimes I let my dog ride down there too!)
- The look
- The smooth ride
- The bassinet - my 7 week old daughter sleeps in that half the time as her main bed

Stuff I don't love

- The size. This is big - no doubt about it. Forget about getting on the subway with it, but a bigger deal is that you really can't get it into a restaurant all that easily either. I take my snap n go for that, and when my daughter is older I'll use an umbrella stroller of some sort
- (Trivial): No included cup holder (it's funny how just the simple trip to Starbucks with the stroller shows you how much little things like that matter).
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84 of 88 people found the following review helpful By P. Taegel on September 1, 2013
Color Name: JakeSize Name: Birth -and UP
Like a lot of parents, my wife and I shopped around and test-drove a few strollers before settling on the Vista. It's sturdy, safe and attractive. We're very happy with it, and it has held up two years later to be ready to rock for a second baby due to arrive in a few months.

The size. It's a larger stroller with a fairly big footprint. I would recommend you own at least a small SUV before pulling the trigger on this baby. For us the size has proven a convenience, as we like to walk to restaurants and stores. The undercarriage allows for 2-3 bags of groceries, not to mention all the gear you might need for a day's outing. For travel, we have a smaller stroller. I've seen reviewers knock this stroller for it's size. I liken this to knocking an SUV for not being a Corolla, but I digress. Before you purchase this stroller, I recommend you play with it in the flesh.

Ease of operation. There's a trick to unfolding this stroller. The design ensures stability, so it requires both hands to break it down. After a few times, it becomes second nature. Again, I've read reviews critical of this, and it seems to me these are people who have only just bought the stroller and have no real experience with it. It doesn't require any strength, just a very little bit of patience to master the technique: Squeeze the button, squeeze the handle, then PUSH. Very easy.

Construction and design. Very very sturdy, as I've mentioned. The toddler seat will be the unit with which you become most familiar. The cloth comes off the entire frame for cleaning. The nylon isn't a ballistic nylon, but it's very robust and repels the rain adequately. We moved from Los Angeles to Seattle, and the waterproofing suddenly became important. There is also a rain shield included.
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72 of 80 people found the following review helpful By N. Woolcock on February 28, 2014
Color Name: JakeSize Name: Birth -and UP
I'm a NYC mom and up until now I enjoyed the Uppa Baby Vista. However all that changed recently when while pushing my 2 year old daughter, the stroller suddenly collapsed...with her in it. I'm still in shock as to how this happened, especially to the Uppa Baby. While clinging to my crying child, I could see that the welding on the bar (next to the LHS back wheel) that connected the two sides, had snapped clear off. My Uppa Baby Vista basically did the splits, while my child was in it. Thankfully we had not yet crossed the busy intersection that we were approaching. Those around me were in disbelief, and thankfully I was offered assistance in returning to our apartment as it would have been impossible for me to carry the mess of the stroller and my daughter. Most thankfully my daughter was not injured, however it could have been worse.

Unfortunately the worst it yet to come, as the customer response from Uppa Baby was shockingly inadequate. Upon contacting Head Office, I expected that they would ask to collect the stroller, or at the very least for me to provide detailed photos of the fault. Instead, I was told that as my 3yr old Vista was 1 year out of warranty, I would need to pay for a replacement frame. Very little concern was shown to the fault itself, and certainly it was not indicated that any further measures would be taken to investigate why this happened. This is the most concerning issue for me. Has this happened before, was there a manufacturing issue with the 20010 model that they were already aware of, or how often does this happen so as not to raise alarm bells? My Uppa Baby is one of 4 strollers that I regularly use, swapping between my single umbrella, double umbrella and jogging strollers as most parents of multiple children do, so I know that there was no excessive or unusual use.

This is the first review of any product that I have published online, and I do this as a warning to other Uppa Baby Vista owners and potential buyers.
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