Babyhome Vida Stroller Review


The Babyhome has introduced two new strollers at the ABC Kids Expo called Vida and Vida Plus. Both of these models are upgraded versions of the popular Emotion model

The Vida is still a lightweight stroller, but is wider, taller, and has more features than Emotion.

Vida has slightly larger wheels for better maneuverability, an adjustable handlebar for shorter and taller parents, mesh windows on the side of the seat for better air circulation, a larger canopy with an attachable sunvisor, and a deep almost flat recline suitable for a newborn.

Another interesting accessory that was added for a newborn is a soft nest that you can put on top of the reclined seat to provide your baby with a bassinet-like environment.

Just like Emotion, Vida has an adjustable leg rest, a large basket, a flip-flop-friendly brake, a 5-point harness, an all-wheel suspension, and a very compact fold. 

It can also be converted into a travel system and works with Nuna, Cybex, and Maxi-Cosi car seats. Since Emotion also works with Graco infant car seats, Vida might too, but the Babyhome rep didn’t mention it. We will need to wait and see.

With all of these great new features, the weight of Vida has increased to 15 lbs compared to Emotion which weighs only 13 lbs. This is still very light for a stroller that can take a car seat.

While this is probably not going to work as your main stroller, it would be a great choice as a second lighter one. You can get Vida in one of the four beautiful colors for only $399.

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The canopy might not look that big, but it comes with a large attachable sunvisor that you can attach to the last panel to provide your child with more coverage. The canopy has a small peekaboo window with a magnetic closure.



The adjustable handlebar goes from 30″ all the way up to 41″ from the ground. It has a nice soft foam covering.


The run-away strap attached to the handlebar is an additional safety feature.



The seat is 13″ wide with an 18″ seat back and a measurement of 22″ from the back of the seat to the top of the canopy. Since taller toddlers often like to ride in the stroller, I wish the seat back would be a little taller. The 20″ is an average for most strollers.

The canopy height could also be a little taller at around 24″. The seat has a deep strap recline that goes to an almost flat position suitable for a newborn. It can accommodate a child up to 50 lbs.

When the seat is reclined, you can lift up the canopy material in the back for better air circulation. There are also two mesh windows on the sides.



It has a padded adjustable 5-point harness with a center release buckle.



The legrest adjusts up and down.



The basket is pretty large compared to the umbrella stroller but is medium compared to the full-size stroller. It would probably fit your large diaper bag, but not more than that. Because there is no crossbar, it’s very easy to access from the back.



The foot brake is located near the right rear wheel and is flip-flop-friendly.



It rolls on four TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) tires with 6″ wheels in the front and 6.5″ wheels in the back. The wheels are made out of the same long-lasting material as the skateboard wheels and offer the advantages of both hard and soft tread materials. 

The front wheels are swivel but could be locked straight for rougher terrain. It has an all-wheel suspension for a smoother ride.



The fold is very easy and very compact. If you are in the market for a compact umbrella stroller, you might want to give this one a try. There is an automatic lock and standing fold.



While weighing only 15 lbs, Vida can be turned into a travel system with Nuna Pipa, Cybex, and Maxi-Cosi. I don’t have the exact models yet.

Video Overview

Here is a short video overview.


Stroller weight: 15 lbs
Weight limit: 50 lbs
Handlebar height: 30″ – 41″
Seat to canopy height: 22″
Front Wheels: 6″
Rear Wheels: 6.5″


Babyhome has only 1-year warranty from the original date of purchase and you have to be the original owner.

Available colors

The Babyhome Vida will be available in four colors. This model will come with a silver or black frame depending on the color.

Where to buy it

You can get Vida in one of the four beautiful colors for only $399.

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3 thoughts on “Babyhome Vida Stroller Review”

  1. Just wanted to ask why you think is not a good optipn for a main stroller?
    I’m looking for a stroller to use everyday and not sure if Vida could be an optipn? I live in Barcelona, Spain :) we use to walk around so we need a stroller to use every day.

    Thanks in advance for your answe and guidance :)

  2. I’m torn between the Vida and Vida Plus. Since you can buy the pram/bassinet attachment for the Vida and it’s $100 cheaper, would that be the better buy?

    Just wondering which you would recommend for a soon to be new mom. Baby is due in November and we live around Chicago. So, definitely know I would have to use this in winter to transport baby from parking lot to our apartment. Want to use the bassinet to transport baby in stores/around vs. keeping the baby in the car seat all the time.

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