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  • Eco inspired organic bassinet
  • A blend of organic soybean and cotton
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Model Number0054-DNY
Item Weight16 Kg
Product Dimensions45.7 x 55.9 x 88.9 cm
Item model number0054-DNY
Maximum Weight Recommendation22.7 Kilograms
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Best Sellers Rank 121,652 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight21 Kg
Date First Available7 Feb 2011
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Denny Vista StrollerEasy one-step fold-;with or without the seat attachedIncludes both bassinet and seat-;completely interchangeable and requires nofabric swappingPop-out SPF 50 canopy extension with 30% more sun coverageBassinets fully lined with organic soybean fiber and cottonReversible seat and 3 position seat angle adjustmentOne button telescopic handle-height adjustmentRubber-coated chrome finish tires that never go flat4-wheel shock absorbing suspensionElevated seat/bassinet height brings you closer to your childWelded and formed aircraft aluminum alloy frameFloating arch "no kick" rear axleHigh performance extra wide aluminum spoke wheelsRed/green successful attachment indicatorsConvenient zip-in weather shield and mesh bug shield includedRemovable and machine washable fabricFull-size easy-access basket and convenient cell phone pocketSuitable from birth to 50 lbs.

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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 11 Jan 2013
I did a lot of research before buying a pushchair and the Uppababy was Which's best buy and had many favourable reviews on sites such as mumsnet. Very few people had anything negative to say about it. My son is now four months and the points below have been my experiences so far:-

- Great for tall people. I am 5ft 7" and my husband is 6". We both find it very comfortable to push.
- Adaptable to many different environments. I push it round the shops and my husband takes it miles each week through woods, fields and parks. We have both found it a joy to push and can be easily steered with one hand (very useful in the supermarket). The wheels remove easily so they can be washed, or put in a bag after a very muddy walk.
- The wheels offer a great balance between being solid but not so hard that they make the ride bumpy for baby. As they are not air-filled there is no risk of puncture.
- Easy to get up and down kerbs.
- Baby is high up enough to be able to talk to easily and for him to be able to see me, particularly during the first few weeks when his eyesight was developing.
- Options as to whether I wanted the carrycot and the seat to face towards or away from me.
- Base folds and erects incredibly easily. Can leave the child seat on when folding. Carrycot very easy to remove and click on.
- Pram comes with everything needed so do not have to spend excessive amounts on extras - you get maxicosi carseat adaptors, insect nets for both seat and carrycot, waterproof cover for both seat and carrycot. There is a UV sunshade built into the hood. Most other prams have additional costs.- Carrycot will fold almost flat. Wheels remove easily if needed.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 30 July 2011
We have used this stroller literally every day for the past two years and all I can say is, its absolutely wonderful. My daughter has her nap in it everyday it's so comfortable. After two years of constant use, we have not had a single problem with it. The basket underneath is really big, it's really easy to clean, and it comes with a great rain cover and mosquito net. If I had to make one complaint, I'd say that if it's raining really heavily and the hood isn't pulled down tight enough, water can sometimes drip a little under the flap on top. This hasn't actually happened while she was ever in it, it happened once or twice when we had to leave it outside and we got caught short with a suprise thunderstorm. It's not the lightest of pushchairs, but I was still able to get it out of the back of the car and open it up one-handed. Another possible down-side might be that you can't fold it down one-handed. I love that you can have it both forward and rear facing, but it does only fold down in one unit if it's forward facing. We bought another lightweight pushchair about a year ago but it was awful in comparison so we kept using this one. It does have quite a wide footprint. The back wheels are pretty far apart, but I love how easy it is to push on uneven pavement, even in really heavy snow. While it does have a few disadvantages, I suppose, none of them were ever an issue with us. I'm very tempted to keep it to use with our next child. Or we might get the same one again but in a different colour.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan on 12 Nov 2012
We discovered this buggy at an independant shop. We were looking for a buggy suitable for tall parents and had considered the Mutsy or Stokke, but eventually found the Uppababy to be the best solution. With the maxi-cosi adaptors this is the best travel system on the market. Apparently it is the top selling buggy in the USA, but fairly new to the UK. It does everything you want a buggy to do and has add-ons for everything, including a cup holder, foot muff, rumble seat, ride-on board, food tray and snug seat. Don't buy the same thing as everyone else, set a new trend and buy the Uppababy Vista.
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This is a great 'travel system' & I would agree with the positive points that others have listed; the chassis is well made & suitable therefore for both rougher terrains & city streets. The ventilation in the bassinet allows the baby to sleep in it overnight which is useful when away from home overnight. The main negative that I would highlight is that the bassinet is not very long. My baby boy is 11 weeks today and he has already outgrown the bassinet. I expected to use the bassinet until around 4 months. He is long. I guess if you are tall & expect your baby to be long then consider whether you are happy to use the pushchair function rather than the bassinet. We have bought the infant snug seat to provide additional neck support. I feel happy enough using the pushchair as the seat can face me.
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376 of 397 people found the following review helpful
Good stroller, but a very rough ride on brick sidewalks 16 July 2009
By Jonathan Birge - Published on
There are a lot of things to love about this stroller. For me, the best thing is that it's one of the few strollers designed for tall people. The handle extends to a reasonable length for a 6'4" person. There is no through-axle, but instead an arch that gives plenty of space for your feet when walking. On other strollers I'd end up kicking the stroller when walking.

Another major point in favor of the Vista is that it allows for the baby to be rear-facing, even in the seat. This way you can talk to the little guy or girl while walking with them, and apparently research has shown this interaction to be important. I'm not sure it will ever make a difference in their development, in all honesty, but it's just really nice to be able to see and interact your kid while you're walking with them.

Unfortunately, there is one major design flaw in this stroller that causes me to knock off a couple stars: the front "suspension" is terribly designed. The spring is far too heavy, and it takes me putting my (considerable) weight on the stroller to even begin to compress the front springs. Given that the wheels are made of very hard foam, the result is that the ride is extremely harsh when the stroller is in rear-facing mode such that the baby's weight (not to mention head) is over the front wheels. This isn't a big deal on smooth surfaces, but my poor kid gets bounced around quite a bit on the brick sidewalks where we live. So much so that he was grabbing the sides of the stroller. It's so bad that I have to avoid certain streets where we live. I certainly expected better engineering from such an expensive stroller.

Another design desision which I question is the fact that even at the most upright setting, the baby is declined at a 45 degree angle, making it hard for him/her to see out.

Another reason I can't give this a better rating is that the construction is a rather low-quality in areas. For example, both our wheels wobble. In fact, the fit and finish on most of the stroller is a lacking, with rivets and attachments loose and a lot of play in everything. For example, the seat frame is in two halves, with the two aluminum parts attached to a plastic center bracket with cheap rivets. Those have come loose, and now the seat is starting to "recline" a bit on its own. All in all, a very disappointing experience to have with a stroller that cost this much. My personal guess is that when you buy this stroller, most of your money is going into paying Massachusetts taxes, as this company made the poor decision to base themselves in one of the most expensive states in the country in which to do business. (I know, I live here, too, unfortunately.)

UPDATE: After six months of use, the stroller continues to fall apart. The wheels have developed flat spots (so much for foam being more robust), and are getting more wobbly. The frame is becoming somewhat loose. Nothing that affects safety, I don't believe, but it's very frustrating to pay this much for a product so cheaply made. This is a lot of expensive aluminum held together with very cheap plastic. Our baby seems to be mostly happy with the stroller, but often strains to try to see out given the recline of the seat. Had we to do this over again, we'd go with another brand, probably the Bugaboo.

FINAL UPDATE: I've noticed that most of the reviews here, especially the glowing ones, are from parents who don't even mention how their baby reacts to the stroller. Some haven't even had their kid yet! It's all about them; they love the cupholder, or the look, or the convience of the folding. Folks, the stroller is for the kid, not you. It's great that you like it, and important as well, but the most important thing is that it works for your child. Please consider things like how it rides and the seating position, while you're also worrying about the cupholders and color.

OK REALLY FINAL UPDATE: More stuff continues to fall off. At this point, and to their credit, Uppababy has had to send us pretty much a new stroller part-by-part. The only thing that is original is the frame by now. We're worried about what will happen when this thing is out of warrantee. I will also amend my review by pointing out that the newer models (2010 and later, I believe) have a wider range of seating positions, which allows for a more upright angle for the kid. So, the only real negative remaining from my original review is that the suspension in the front is still completely pointless, and the build quality is still terrible. I'm guessing Uppababy will develop into one of the best stroller manufacturers with time, as they figure out how to build things correctly, because their design is quite nice. But I think they are still working out the kinks in their manufacturing and engineering.
64 of 69 people found the following review helpful
Amazing stroller - great improvements for 2009 29 Oct 2008
By Edurne - Published on
I did a LOT of research before getting my stroller. I had decided to get the Cameleon, because I had tested the 2008 Vista and didn't like it as much as the Cameleon. I actually went into the store to purchase the Bugaboo but came out with the Vista! I saw the 2009 Vista and fell in love with it, after 90 minutes of trying them both, asking millions of questions and thinking it over and over... I decided to get this one, it was a very close call. It has a lot of the benefits of the Bugaboo, it handles just as well, but I chose it over the Bug for these reasons:

1. It's a much better value, you get a separate bassinet (I was going to purchase an extra Cameleon frame for $135 to be able to switch without swaping fabrics), and several accesories. You don't need snow tires (bugaboo's are $89) because the front tires are bigger and more rugged.
2. It's not so common, at least where I live eeeveryone has a Bugaboo. Other accesories aren't as expensive (i.e. the travel bag is $60 vs. the $160 Bugaboo travel bag)
3. The company is known for their amazing customer service. And they're very environmentally conscious.
4. With the new Rumble seat coming out next spring, it can turn into a double stroller, which means I'll get a lot more use out of it and may even be able to skip purchasing another stroller when baby #2 comes along.
5. The seat is higher, so farther from fumes, pets, and closer to table level and mom (no bending over).
6. The canopy is wonderful, really covers the sun from any angle with the pull out sun hood. Tha Bug's is pretty crappy, hence the need for $30 parasol.
7. More user friendly, you can recline the seat with one hand, and open the bumper bar from one side. And although I don't find the fold of the Cameleon hard, this one is easier (my DH was annoyed about the 2 part fold of the Bug).

Now, what I like better about the Cameleon is that is has more suspension, and that the seat can come to a fully upright position, and fully flat.

I've just had it for 2 days but I'm loving almost every aspect of it, it handles amazingly both indoors and out. We have terrible sidewalks and pavement, and it does great. I took it to Whole Foods and it fit through the tiny tiny checkout aisles easier than my Graco because it's easier to maneuver. It trully can be pushed with one hand and turns on a dime! Crowded aisles at the grocery store were no problem. It is a little less wide than the 2008 (just a tad wider than the Bug), and I walked with friends and their strollers today and we all fit perfectly on the sidewalk without bumping into each other. Also the fabrics are much nicer now and the seat is so comfy my 9 month old took a 90 minute nap in it today, in the other stroller he couldn't sleep more than 20-30 minutes. Of course the basket is great and easily accesible, I fit my diaper bag, everyone's coat and still have room to spare.
It takes up less space than my Graco in the trunk, and since it stands when folded I don't have to bend over. It's also lighter than a lot of other Bugaboo-ish strollers and other full size strollers. Really, for all it has, 24 lb is a very decent weight (it's only like 2 lb heavier than the Cameleon).

Now what I don't like, and the reason I'm not giving it 5 stars:
1. The seat recline: It doesn't come to fully upright and my baby hates this. I've read a lot of reviews for the previous model and this one is a common issue, I cannot believe they didn't think of improving this for the 2009. At the store it didn't seem so bad, but now my baby looks really reclined to me, and since the bottom of the seat is also at an angle it's hardo for him to pull himself up using the bumper bar. I was actually awake half the night wondering if I made the right choice because of this. I hope my baby get's used to it soon, or I'll have to put a pillow or something behind him. This is the main issue I have with the stroller.
2. The ride is bumpier than I expected (although it is way way better than our Graco and my friends' Pliko P3's). I wish it had more suspension and the wheels were less rigid to absorb more shock.
3. This is a minor issue but the rain cover doesn't fit the bassinet, they should make a cover for the bassinet. I'm thinking of buying the Mutsy one, I think it should fit the Vista bassinet. Oh, and as with every high end stroller the cup holder is extra ($25).

I do, overall love this stroller and I hate myself for not getting it sooner (but then of course I wouldn't have the 2009!)
29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Love the Pram, but not worth the money since you spend more time using the child seat 3 Sep 2010
By Patrick's Mom - Published on
This is the first review I have ever written for anything but I really wanted to communicate my experience with this stroller. First, as another reviewer mentioned, when selecting a stroller make sure you read reviews from parents with a couple months/years experience with the product- not expectant moms and dads. I made that mistake. I also went and tested the stroller myself at a store while I was expecting and loved it. It is beautiful, eco-friendly, has a great basket, pretty colors and drives really well.

Now that I have a three month old I realize that this stroller does not fit our needs. It is a shame that I spent all of that money (plus bought attachments and the travel bag) and I am considering selling it. For my review I would like to point out that I live on an island with poor sidewalks, strong sun and high humidity. I am not going to tear the stroller apart, but there are some things I think you should know before buying this stroller.

What I liked: This pram attachment is excellent for an infant. It is flat and this is recommended for a young spine. Plus at that age they are napping so often it is great to have such easy access to a flat surface. We used this to take walks and even around the house. I was also able to navigate it (without my husband) to the beach! There is a great basket under the stroller that will hold a ton of stuff. I loaded it with all of my beach gear including a beach chair and umbrella tucked underneath and the basket worked great. The wheels handled the slightly packed sand very well. (not the super fine sand by the dunes, but please show me a stroller without an engine that would do that!) The tires have been great. I also can navigate stores very well. The turning radius has been a pleasure and I am not worried to go into a china shop with my Uppababy. The pram mattress is soft and firm for an infant and the pram top will come down to get a better look for the baby. I purchased the 2009 model and wish it had more sun protection. I have read the 2010 has an extended sun shield. In my case, I was able to buy a $15 sun shield to tie onto the frame for added protection. There is also a handle on the top of the pram that allows parents to hang a toy or mobile. I did not realize how handy this would be as an expectant mom, but after Patrick arrived, we loved it because he enjoyed looking at the chimes we hung for him. The fabric on the mattress was organic which is nice, but it was very hot for our climate. A standard cotton pillow case fit very nicely over the mattress and was cooler for our son. Overall I have great things to say about the stroller while you are using the pram attachment. The problem is, your baby will only be in this attachment for a couple months. My son was 10 pounds at birth and grew appropriately for his size. Therefore, he outgrew the pram within 10-11 weeks. At this point, I moved him into the attachment for the older child. This is where I started wishing I would have done more research about the Vista. Before I go on, I would like to point out that my attachment was broken and I did not realize it until we started to use it. I called Uppababy and they have been great about getting me a replacement frame for the older child attachment- no questions asked. Excellent customer service!

What I am not so crazy about: The stroller attachment for the older child will be used much longer than the pram, so I should have investigated this more thoroughly. In addition, I planned to buy the rumble seat and use this with my next child, but you can not use the rumble seat and pram together, so for baby #2, I may not even use the pram. This is upsetting because this was my favorite part of this stroller investment. So back to the the stroller attachment... The biggest problem that I did not think about as an expectant mom was that the seat never goes flat. Why is this important? Three reasons.

1.) My son's spine and back muscles are still not strong enough to support him upright at 10 weeks. Even the reclined position it too high for him and he falls over. He looks so uncomfortable. He is too big for the pram and too small for the stroller.
2.) If you are out and need to change a diaper or clothing, it would be very convenient to have a fully reclined chair that you can use to change your baby. The Uppababy does not fully recline because the child's legs are at a 90 degree angle so it is really hard/unsafe to change in the stroller. With the Uppababy I have to take the baby out and find a location to change him- sometimes when you are out and about, this can be a challenge.
3.) One tip I picked up from reading about sleeping babies is to always put their down first when you are transferring them while they are sleeping.(Expectant parents-remember this!) In other words if your child is asleep in your arms and you go to put him/her down, put them down feet first. This prevents them from feeling like they are falling. This is so true with my son, but it is impossible to do this with the Uppababy Vista bc the legs are permanently at a 90 degree angle. With the stroller I can not seem to put him into the stroller without waking him up.

This next points may not be important to everyone, but they were to me. The frame's bars are more of an oval in shape. Living in a hot/humid climate, I am unable to attach a clip on fan and clip on umbrella to the stroller. I know this may not matter to some people, but in the hot weather this was important for me. Also, the stroller does not have anyplace to hang a mobile or toys above the head of the child. That is a shame because the longer I can keep my son entertained, the longer I can be out. There is a bar that goes in front of the child by their hands but I find this bar very hard to open and shut. I am not sure if this is bc it is broken or just poor planning. Finally the colors are beautiful, but the material is very hot and my son literally leaves sweat marks in the stroller. He wakes up very sweaty and unhappy. He is only 3 months and I can not imagine how he will feel when he is older and larger.

Some of these points may not relate to everyone because all parents will have different needs, but the most important thing to remember is how will this stroller treat your child. I think many parents look for strollers when they are expecting and don't think about some of these things bc we are not used to thinking about baby yet! It is important to think about how it will effect the baby. Trust me, if baby is not happy you will not be using the stroller so what good is it then! Don't get too caught up with the great pram but think about the stroller because that is a much longer piece of this investment.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Good overall package for a high-end stroller, great customer service! 10 Sep 2010
By LPL Mommy - Published on
We originally purchased a 2008 UppaBaby Vista for our daughter in the Denny Color. I was mostly between this stroller and the Bugaboo. I went with the UppaBaby because, honestly, they seemed so similar to me in features, design, and couldn't bring myself to pay the additional money for the Bugaboo name. Frankly, Bugaboo were already saturating every high end mall and neighborhood in my town and it just felt like I was purchasing a baby status symbol. I really liked that Uppa Baby had so many features, included such as the rain and mosquite net, and bassinet. That being said, my daughter hated the bassinet and might have spend all of 15 minutes in there. She had acid reflux and generally did not do well in the full reclined position for the first 3 months, so by that time, she outgrew the bassinet. So I cannot speak to the functionality and benefits of the bassinet.

Almost immediately, we had an issue with the wheels squeaky from the get-go. At first, customer service told me to try wd-40. That didn't work so they sent me new wheels. For the first year of our daughter's life, we had one car and lived in a very urban area with stores, super markets and parks in walking distance. Our stroller was parked in our apartment and used daily for walks in the neighborhood, but it never really made it in our car which would require the fold/unfold mechanism.

When we moved to a house, I attempted to put the stroller in the car a couple of times and it was pretty bulky and heavy, but I think the bugaboo, skate, etc. are not likely to feel like umbrella strollers either. There was an issue with the plastic piece that is supposed to hold the stroller in the locked position. It was permanently bent inward so therefore it didn't catch/lock into the folded position appropriately. After one disastrous debacle in a busy mall parking lot trying to get the dang thing closed and finally just shoving it into my car, I didn't attempt it too much.

Well, about 2 years after our initial purcahse, our wheels were ridiculously worn. They were literally split down the middle. It just didn't feel safe. Moreover, while the stroller was used daily for walks around the neighborhood, I'm talking about paved sidewalks and bike paths. It's not the country out here. So I emailed customer service and although my 2 year warranty had just expired, they sent me new wheels as well as a 2009 stroller frame due to the issue with the locking mechanism. They really gave me no hassle and were really fantastic about the whole thing.

AS luck would have it, we stored the stroller in a screened-in outdoor patio area and it must have gotten wet because the fabric got a little moldy. I was going to order a new FAshion Swap Kit, when I found out that the 2010 version now has the fully upright position and slightly larger with more headroom, and more importantly, the 2010 seat frame can fit into the 2009 stroller frame. So I order a new seat frame and the new fashion swap kit and they even threw in a new canopy frame (because I still had the 2008 canopy).

So it looks like at this point, after more than 2 years, I will have a completely brand new Uppa Baby stroller for about $130 dollars.

I've had some issues with the wheels mostly and the locking mechanism, but these are relatively minor issues, that the company went above and beyond to rectify. My daughter seems comfortable and enjoys being in her stroller for long stretches of time. She falls asleep in there no problem. There was a period there when she was 9-12 months or so, where she would pull up on the bar, indicating to me that she wanted to be fully upright. Now, she doesn't care, but the 2010 seat frame alleviates this issue.

Positives about this stroller:
1. Adjustable height: I am 5'3'' but my husband is 6'3'' We can both push this stroller without being too tall for me or short for him.
2. Many included perks features, like rain cover, mosquito net, etc.
3. Roomy basket - I would stick all my groceries in here, no problem.
4. Fantastic customer service. Also, company seems to be listening to customer complaints and addressing the issues which improvements in each year model.
5. Has a rumble seat and piggy back option to include for future babies, but I don't like the rumble seat must contain the older child and must face normal seats back. This would be annoying for my daughter.

1. It is quite wide and heavy. Again, I think this is going to be a problem with any of the bigger model strollers, like the Bugaboo, Skate, etc. If you are looking for extremely light and thin, I suggest a MacClaren, UppaBaby Lite, or some other umbrella-esque stroller, but for its size, this stroller folds fairly when with the mechanism is not broken as mine was.
2. I personally have had problems with the tires twice, so I think they need to work out the quinks with that, but regardless even with the problems they were minor annoyances given the stroller's price, but it did not prevent me from using it daily.

Okay, that's all I can think of for now, but I'm pretty happy with my purchase and super happy with the years of use as well as future years of use considering the fantastic customer service which gave me a basically new stroller after 2 years.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
love everything about this stroller EXCEPT... 9 April 2009
By gellypop - Published on
here is an excerpt from the previous review that has really hit it on the nail for me:

Now what I don't like, and the reason I'm not giving it 5 stars:
1. The seat recline: It doesn't come to fully upright and my baby hates this. I've read a lot of reviews for the previous model and this one is a common issue, I cannot believe they didn't think of improving this for the 2009. At the store it didn't seem so bad, but now my baby looks really reclined to me, and since the bottom of the seat is also at an angle it's hardo for him to pull himself up using the bumper bar. I was actually awake half the night wondering if I made the right choice because of this. I hope my baby get's used to it soon, or I'll have to put a pillow or something behind him. This is the main issue I have with the stroller.

i also bought the stroller a couple of months ago. i absolutely love everything about it... functionality, looks, etc. etc... but the fact that it does not go to an upright position like the bugaboo is really bothering me. to be honest, i dont know if it bothers me more, or what my son might think of it in the future (hes only 5 months right now). i can see how it might get frustrating for him as he gets older. this is the only reason why i am contemplating getting the bugaboo now. but i dont know.. its a really hard decision because i love this stroller soooo much!
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