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First hand reviews for Uppababy Vista 2015 with baby and toddler please...

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DevonLulu Wed 13-May-15 09:53:28

I have been reading with interest the threads regarding the new Uppababy Vista 2015 and wondering if anyone has any first hand reviews yet. I know that its very new, but wondered how people were getting on.

I am very interested in the use with two, initially a baby and toddler, and then two seats. The recline, the ease to push, the weight etc. I am hanging on wondering whether to buy for a new baby and a large, slow to walk 20 monther.

There are so many pictures on the web, reviews as a single, but I wanted to get my hands on some info for two.

Anyone using it yet?

Many thanks

DevonLulu Fri 15-May-15 19:44:08


DevonLulu Tue 09-Jun-15 15:27:33

Bump.... Hoping for a reply

Thepurplegiraffe Tue 09-Jun-15 16:49:49

Not very helpful but I have just bought it for a 20 month old and a newborn. The newborn hasn't arrived yet but I have been using it as a single and dd really likes it.
I spent a long time looking for reviews but couldn't find much so just took the plunge and got it.

DevonLulu Sun 14-Jun-15 09:19:16

Thanks. May have to just do the same!

Cherry78 Fri 03-Jul-15 02:52:56

Are you still interested in a review and if so is there anything you would particularly like to know?
I've been using it in double since February and have just changed from the carrycot to the chair and rumble seat.
The basket is always accessible, it's easy to change from single to double, the seats are huge and the little ones are comfortable.
It is very wide though and is heavy to lift in and out of the car with the seat attached. I also get a bit irritated with all the adaptors and just wish things were a bit easier and all in one piece but I want the impossible.
It's also difficult to get up kerbs but you soon work it out. I'm led to believe it's lighter, shorter and easier than the city select.
It's not perfect but it meets our needs and in my opinion is the best on the market due to the seat size, positions and flexibility.
WARNING: you will get stopped loads by people wanting to ask or compliment you on the pushchair.

DevonLulu Mon 06-Jul-15 14:16:40

Thanks very much Cherry78, glad you are pleased with it.

Would you say it us too wide and heavy? Do you manage to use it on a day to day basis?

I was wondering about the ability to recline the seats and the leg room in double seat mode. Have you had issues?

Would you buy it again?


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