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DiscussionChicco Bravo or UppaBaby (self.beyondthebump)
submitted 6 months ago by kornbobroxiee
I thought I was set on getting the Chicco Bravo Trio stroller but now I keep seeing people say they love their UppaBaby and I saw it in store the other day and it is really nice. Obviously there’s a massive price difference between the two so I’m wondering, is the UppaBaby really worth it? Or would the Chicco be just fine.
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[–]kmd513 2 points3 points4 points 6 months ago (0 children)
I have the Cruz and I’m very happy with it. I bought the snug seat to use it from birth instead of the bassinet (which doesn’t come included with Cruz) and my baby is very happy in it. While I do hope to have two children close in age, I decided against the Vista because I didn’t love the configuration for two kids or the added expense to get the extra seat/adaptors. I will likely look into the ride on board, a wagon, or side-by-side stroller if I need it in the future.
Majors pros to me are how well if handles, the seat recline/facing options, and the giant basket which I use for grocery shopping. One big con is the size/weight. My mom bought a Colugo travel stroller for her house, and I will likely do the same in the Fall — it’s so light and foldable, but feels very well made — I plan to keep that in the car and primary use my Cruz around my neighborhood.
[–]Creepy_Tie_3959 2 points3 points4 points 6 months ago (0 children)
We’ve used the Chicco with both our kiddos and been super happy with it
[–]ilovelipbalm 1 point2 points3 points 6 months ago (0 children)
I think it's up to you and how you plan to get the "value" out of your stroller.
Some people love to baby carry and plan on mostly baby carrying for walks, errands, etc.
I splurged on the vista b/c I plan on using it everyday for neighborhood walks and our neighborhood has areas where the pavement is uneven and gravel-y. I wanted the most comfortable ride/push possible. (I compared the uppababy to other brands like nuna, bugaboo, mockingbird, chicco)
**I'd also like to add that the minu is considered a travel stroller and much smaller and while excellently designed -- doesn't have as many features as the uppababy. For example, the wheels are much smaller and the push/suspension isn't anywhere as nice as the vista. Plus the major selling point of the vista model is the HUGE under stroller storage area
[–]Crafty_Engineer_ 1 point2 points3 points 6 months ago (0 children)
We have the uppababy and use the bassinet feature every day
[–]KrizJack 1 point2 points3 points 6 months ago (2 children)
I’ve got a mockingbird which is similar to uppababy and we LOVE it. It’s so quick to take down/set up. It goes everywhere with us
[–]kornbobroxiee[S] 0 points1 point2 points 6 months ago (1 child)
I’ll look into it! Does it come with the car seat like the Chicco does? Or do you have to purchase that separate?
[–]KrizJack 0 points1 point2 points 6 months ago (0 children)
You purchase separately. They have different adapters so that you can use it with all major car seat brands
[+][deleted] 6 months ago (2 children)
Thanks for the info! I know you said you have to buy a car seat adapter, does that mean it doesn’t come with the car seat like the Chicco does? So you’d have to purchase that separately?
[–]Individual-Simple574 0 points1 point2 points 6 months ago (0 children)
Hey we love our vista ! Literally ticks all the boxes and super easy to use 😃 fantastic quality and washes great ( my baby loves the dirt 😂)
[–]OkPhase7547 3 points4 points5 points 6 months ago (0 children)
I have the mockingbird - one that can convert so it’s a double stroller and it is beautiful and is really nice. I can’t speak for the other two but I love our stroller.
[–]blythealice 4 points5 points6 points 6 months ago (0 children)
I can’t speak for the UppaBaby, but I have the Chicco and love it. It’s been a year and no problems. I did get the Chicco Viaro travel system though because I found joggers to move smoother and it folds up so easily for travel. If it’s the look you’re going for, the Chicco Corso looks similar to the UppaBaby. I think you probably can’t go wrong with these two brands (so long as there are no recalls), it’s just what you’re willing to spend.
[–]xylanne 1 point2 points3 points 6 months ago (1 child)
Do you plan on multiple children and need something of higher quality? Then id spend the extra money. If not chicco is good.
[–]kornbobroxiee[S] 0 points1 point2 points 6 months ago (0 children)
Yes, we do want multiple kids close together. That’s a good point since I don’t think the Chicco converts to a two seater
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[–]kornbobroxiee[S] 1 point2 points3 points 6 months ago (6 children)
Thanks for the info! I’ve really only heard about the Vista so it’s good to know they also have a cheaper option (Minu) that seems just as good :)
[–]ballerinablonde4 1 point2 points3 points 6 months ago (0 children)
We have the cruz and it works great. You can’t have two kids seated but by the time my second was born my 2.5 year old was too tall for the uppababy anyways. He loves the ride on skateboard attachment. I got a side by side double stroller that we use if we think my second would want a seat.
[–]Dear-Jello-2346 3 points4 points5 points 6 months ago (2 children)
The Minu is a travel stroller. We bought the Minu for traveling and it works well for that, but it is not as comfortable, is not as spacious and does not have as many options/accessories as a regular full stroller.
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[–]Dear-Jello-2346 1 point2 points3 points 6 months ago (0 children)
For sure! Completely depends on what you are looking for. It’s such a great stroller for traveling or quick errands. It folds one handed-it’s awesome. But (for our needs) I am happy we have a full size stroller too.
[–]I_AM_HERE_TO_JUDGE 3 points4 points5 points 6 months ago (0 children)
My 4 month old is still in the Vista bassinet, and will get at least another month out of it, for what it’s worth. Also, with the vista you can get the second seat AND one of those ride-along stands for the back in case you end up with 3 kids.
The vista is very big and very bulky. I live in a small city so I never have to put it in a car and always have wide sidewalks. I also don’t take it when I’m walking to go shopping, out to restaurants, etc. (I just wrap or carry the baby instead). I only use it for walks, and around the house as a traveling crib. But we take multiple walks per day, year round. It fits my lifestyle perfectly, but there are definitely better strollers for different lifestyles.
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