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UPPAbaby Vista Stroller, Green Carlin (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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About the Product

  • Ready to take you to a new level of enjoyment
  • Creating a better environment for our children
  • Eco inspired organic bassinet
  • A blend of organic soybean and cotton
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Product Description

Product Description

This comes 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 an company, dedicated to creating a better environment for our children. It comes with an eco inspired organic bassinet. This carrier is fully lined with a blend of organic soybean and cotton. The optional adapters are available for infant seats for Graco, Peg Perego and Chicco.

From the Manufacturer

This comes 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. It comes with an eco inspired organic bassinet. This carrier is fully lined with a blend of organic soybean and cotton. The optional adapters are available for infant seats for Graco, Peg Perego and Chicco.

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Technical Details
Item Weight35.6 pounds
Product Dimensions18 x 22 x 35 inches
UPC893212001381
Item model number0054-CLN
Maximum weight recommendation50 Pounds
Additional product featuresCargo Basket, Canopy, Height Adjustable Handlebar, Grab Bumper Bar
OrientationForward facing, Rear facing
Seating capacity1
Tire materialOther
SuspensionShock-absorbing front and rear suspension
Wheel typeSwivel and Fixed
Number of reclining positions4
  
Additional Information
ASINB001I7TCQC
Best Sellers Rank #144,674 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight47.6 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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89 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Kristin Ellermann on February 23, 2009
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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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Bad BAd Cook on March 1, 2009
I have the 2008 model in the plum color. (I told my husband that purple is a unisex color because it is a mix of blue and red. The plum color is not a girly kind of purple and it hides dirt well.) I bought it while I was pregnant with my son. I have used the stroller seat with my daughter to take walks in the neighborhood for almost a year. I love the all-terrain wheels and shock absorbers because where I live, the sidewalks are sporadic. It is very easy to push and steer, even my 80+ year old mother can push it with ease. It does squeak sometimes and I have tried silicon spray, but can't seem to find the right spot. I do wish the stroller came with a warm bunting for cold weather walks.

I got the Peg Perego car seat adapter and it is very strong and secure. I feel very safe with my son in it. I stop at a store, unfold the stroller frame, snap the car seat in, and off I go! The under basket is very roomy. Huge, actually, and you can access it from the front as well as from the back.

I also have the piggyback attachment, which my now just 3 year old daughter loves and we use mostly in the mall. It is somewhat difficult to attach and sometimes detaches when the ground is uneven and no one is riding on it, i.e. there is no weight from the child holding it down. The stroller can be folded with the piggyback in position, but there is a trick it which you will just have to figure out on your own, because I just can't explain it. The piggy back is not enough for long mall excursions, however. My daughter gets tired of standing and holding on. She has, on occasion, been seen sitting in the underbasket.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By R. Mckibbens on November 16, 2011
I purchased the Uppa Baby Vista stroller three months after my daughter was born. We lived in Brooklyn, NY at the time, and loved the all-terrain style of the stroller. It has a large basket underneath that fits a diaper bag (and then some) and it also has a height adjusting push bar, making it perfect for us tall parents to push around without having to bend. We didn't use the stroller much, because it is a much bulkier model than other strollers, and getting it up and down the subway steps was close to impossible without two people. On about the tenth time it was used, (six months after purchasing the stroller,) the front locking wheel mechanism snapped off, and many of the smaller plastic parts snapped off over the following six-month period. Then the foot-rest joint broke, which meant my child's legs could only dangle. When I sent Uppa Baby photos, they were quick to send me a replacement wheel and complete stroller frame.

I had my second child a year later, so the stroller wasn't put to use again until we purchased the rumble seat. By then, my daughters were 6 months and 18 months old. The third time we took both babies out, the two joints that essentially hold the stroller together and upright broke, and the stroller collapsed, in a crosswalk, with both babies inside. Needless to say it was a nightmare. The new frame wasn't even six months old, and had only been used twice before when its faulty design proved it to be an unsafe piece of equipment.

Horrified, we tossed the scraps in the basement and fumed about it as we purchased a second STURDIER stroller (Maclaren). Emails to the Uppa Baby Customer Service department have been in vain. While they apologized for what occurred, they did nothing more than offer us a new frame at cost, WITHOUT WARRANTY. So, after accessories and the cost of the stroller itself, a thousand dollars down the drain.
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