Two young professionals build a $700 baby stroller for the first time. They don’t have kids, they aren’t prepared, and they have no instructions. Ready, set, go!
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Best All-Around Single Stroller: Uppababy Vista
It was actually super easy for me to pick my top stroller, and this is unquestionably the best of all the strollers I tried, categories be damned. It drives like a dream, has the biggest basket of the bunch, can transform into a double stroller seamlessly and it’s nice to look at and easy to use. This is the stroller that I will recommend to any parent, without hesitation.
Pros: The Vista comes in a variety of bright colors, with high quality fabric that is easy to wipe clean. I was even able to get sunscreen, which is the killer of stroller seats, off the yellow seat with just baby wipes. The basket is enormous- we actually used it for grocery shopping on several occasions. The handle has multiple positions for shorter/taller parents, the main and second seats can face either forwards or backwards and they recline pretty deeply or sit fully upright. The Vista comes with a bassinet for younger babies and you can add an extra seat to make it a double or a ride on board for an older child who doesn’t like to stroll in a seat.
Cons: This is not an inexpensive stroller, but you are getting what you pay for in terms of quality. It requires 2 hands for folding, though it is still an easy fold.