Babyhome Vida Plus Stroller Review


The Babyhome Vida Plus is a very similar model to Vida but has a reversible seat that can be turned into a bassinet.

That is something you don’t see every day on the lightweight stroller. As of right now, Vida Plus is THE lightest full-featured reversible-seat stroller on the market. It weighs only 16 lbs.

The coolest thing about Vida Plus is that you can also convert it into a travel system with an infant car seat from Nuna, Cybex, or Maxi-Cosi.

And, once your child grows out of the reversible seat, you can purchase a regular seat that you see on the Vida model and put it on the frame. That will take you from newborn right through the toddler years.

For those parents who want a very lightweight stroller, but still would like to have a reversible seat, this is a great option because all of the reversible seat strollers are at least 20 lbs.

The Vida Plus also features an adjustable handlebar, large basket, all-wheel suspension, easy fold, included bumper bar, and flip-flop-friendly brake. This model is a little more expensive. This model comes in four colors and retails for around $599.

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The three-panel canopy is very similar to the Vida canopy but does not have a peekaboo window or the cool aluminum detailing in the front. I am also not sure if it comes with an attachable sunvisor like Emotion and Vida.

If not, I would like to see a pop-out sunvisor to provide the child with more sun protection when the seat is fully reclined.



Just like on the Vida model, it goes from 30″ all the way up to 41″ from the ground. It is also covered with soft foam and has a run-away strap.



It’s not often that you can find a reversible seat on a lightweight umbrella-like model. In fact, this is the LIGHTEST reversible seat stroller on the market right now.

Yes, there are a few reversible seat umbrella strollers like Baby Jogger Vue and Vue Lite where you can reverse the seat by pushing it forward, but it’s not the same as the fully removable and reversible seat that you would usually see on a full-size model.

That’s why it’s a very special and unique design. The seat is 9″ wide with an 18″ seat back and a measurement of 22″ from the back of the seat to the top of the canopy.

The seat is not very wide compared to the average of 12″. On the other hand, the 22″ canopy height is about average for reversible seat strollers.


It has a one-hand lever recline that goes to almost a flat position suitable for a newborn. I am not sure about the maximum weight limit, but I think they said it was 33 lbs.



The coolest thing about this seat is that you can convert it into a bassinet! This is a great feature that you will not find on ANY other lightweight stroller. 

The only drawback is that because of the bassinet’s solid frame, there is no adjustable leg rest. So, you really have to think about what’s more important for you.



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


It comes with an included bumper bar.


Just like on the Vida model, the basket is a great size and very easy to access. Because it’s located a little farther from the rear wheels, there is plenty of legroom for taller parents.


It features a flip-flop-friendly brake. Love that brake! I wish all strollers had brakes like this one.



Just like Vida, 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. The Vida Plus is designed for flat surfaces and doesn’t do well on rough terrain.

The all-wheel suspension makes the ride much smoother.



The fold is very easy. You can fold it with the seat attached. The fold is not as compact as on Vida or Emotion because this reversible seat doesn’t have an adjustable leg rest that you can bring down so it doesn’t stick out. There is an automatic lock, but I am not sure about the standing fold.



Just like the Vida model, it can be turned into a travel system using Nuna, Cybex, and Maxi-Cosi infant car seats.

Video Overview

Here is a short video overview.


Stroller weight: 16 lbs (including reversible seat)
Weight limit: 33 lbs
Handlebar height: 30″ – 41″
Seat to canopy height: 22″
Front Wheels: 6″
Rear Wheels: 6.5″


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

Available colors

The Babyhome Vida Plus will be available in two colors.

Where to buy it

The Babyhome Vida Plus is a little more expensive than the Vida model. It comes in four colors and retails for around $599.

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4 thoughts on “Babyhome Vida Plus Stroller Review”

  1. Hi! Would you recommend this over the Tavo? I’m a FTM, due in 3mos and will be travelling from NYC to the Philippines in December. Also looking for a stroller that fits the Pipa. Hope you can help. Love your website

  2. I think this stroller is one of the best. that is really lightweight !
    reversible seat is a very good option . specially when your baby is under 1 year. and you like sea her/him.
    I decide to buy it and I hope It will be sustainable :)

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