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    Any reviews on the Uppababy vista please? Highly considering one for baby number 4. Baby 3 will not be a baby (he'll be 2.5)... but we walk a lot so I will need the 2nd seat for him for long trips.

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    I have it..yet to use it properly as bub isnt here yet however i love the functionality! (For now, might be different when theres an actual child to put in it. Lol)

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    I'm the same...I've got one but bubs hasn't arrived yet so can't really comment! It's fairly wide across the back wheels, seems wider in the house than it did in the shop, hopefully it won't pose too much of a problem. It can hold so much weight though which is good and the basket is huge!

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    Have it, love it

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    Hi! I've heard this isn't as wide as a lot of 'convertible' prams.
    Have you noticed the wideness impacting things now?

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    So far, I've noticed that the width of the pram is mostly ok. It's been a bit wide in some places we've been but only if we've had to go down tight corridors/around tight corners - it fits but sometimes takes a bit of manoeuvring to get around. But the turning circle of the pram is quite tight and it's lovely to steer, I think lots of prams would have a bit of trouble in the situations I'm referring to. Plus I'm still learning how to drive it lol - think with a more experienced pram pusher in the drivers seat it would be better again!!

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    It's amazing! I don't find it too wide at all, only in tight shops that have all their displays packed in.

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