It has all the best features of the Uppababy Vista without the lower weight limit on the second seat
- Great price for a travel system/single-to-double stroller
- Sturdy and durable
- Best features of the Uppababy Vista without the lower second seat limit (both seats hold up to 50 lbs.)
- More compact fold than similar strollers
- Many different configurations
- Very large sunshade
- Fabric pills at places
- Pop-up footrest is not the sturdiest
I don’t know why this stroller doesn’t have a bigger following! It has all the best features of the Uppababy Vista without the lower weight limit on the second seat (causing you to keep your youngest child lower), plus a more compact fold and a less expensive price! I’ve yet to encounter a terrain this stroller couldn’t handle. It also has a great size basket and can become a travel system with the Peg Perego 4-35 Lounge car seat, which is one of the only reclining car seats on the market, allowing you to skip the bassinet attachment and just recline the car seat while in the stroller. I’m so glad that we found this stroller - it’s one of my favorite baby purchases!
- Amazing fold, the seats fold so small
- Hardwearing, easy to clean fabrics
- Both seats are full size
- Snack tray has a lid
- Requires a baby pad to make the seat infant ready
- Can get squishy
Best city single to double on the market. We wanted a single to double (with board) that wasn't massive and had a seat that could be used from birth. We bought the baby pad, and it's amazing for little infants, but both seats are full size which is perfect. Yes, it can get squishy. This is not a massive, full-size double, it is an urban single-to-double. Better for taller adults than Uppababy.
- Easy fold
- Stiff suspensions
- Long after folding
- Not the cheapest
I use it as a single, and it's lovely to look at. Great looks, fabrics, easy to push. The fold is a bit bulky, however (mainly long), and the ride is not soft in the way that the suspensions are stiff, almost non-existent. That adds to a "rattly" feel of the pram. Other than that, I must say it's a luxury option to have.
Less expensive than the Vista while offering two full-size seats that can even both be used facing forward as well as backward
It's less expensive than the Vista while offering two full-size seats that can even both be used facing forward as well as backward. I love the design, and the wider leg rests. It maybe has shorter hoods, but they're large enough anyway. Overall, recommending it!