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The Ultimate Review of the Mockingbird 2.0 Single to Double Stroller

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Welcome to the future of strolling with the Mockingbird 2.0 Single to Double Stroller! The NEW Mockingbird 2.0 cutting-edge stroller boasts innovative features and unparalleled versatility. Designed to adapt seamlessly to the evolving needs of your growing family, the Mockingbird 2.0 sets a new standard in the world of parenting gear. From its sleek and stylish design to its effortless transition from a single to a double stroller, every aspect of the Mockingbird 2.0 has been meticulously crafted with both parents and children in mind. Join us as we discover why it’s a must-have for modern parents everywhere.

Mockingbird 2 Stroller


The Mockingbird stroller seat accommodates 6 months up to 50 lbs but you can use it with a newborn with the infant seat insert or the car seat adapter or the bassinet (all sold separately). It measures 12 1/2″ wide with a 21″ seat back and 23″ from back of seat to canopy. This new upgraded 2.0 version has a new no-rethread, 5 point harness that is wonderful. The one-handed, 3-position, deep seat recline is great for baby to nap on the go and the reversible seat is fantastic to allow baby to face parent or out at the world. The seat has an adjustable, removable, faux leather baby bumper bar and adjustable leg rest.

Mockingbird Stroller Seat


We love big canopies and we cannot lie. The Mockingbird doesn’t disappoint in this category. The large, three-panel canopy features a pop-out sun visor and an additional 4th panel that unzips to make the canopy HUGE. That 4th canopy panel is basically a huge mesh peek-a-boo window (with cover) to not only allow you to peek in on your little rider but to also allow air to circulate through the seat. There is also a smaller peek-a-boo window (with magnetic cover) on the top of the canopy.

Mockingbird Stroller Canopy


Since not all parents and caregivers are the same height, we love that the handlebar on the stroller is adjustable (yay!!) and adjusts from 32″ to 42″ from ground to handle. It should be good for taller and shorter parents alike.

Mockingbird Handle


Big storage baskets are key to a good stroller and the Mockingbird excels in this area as well. There is a great, easy-to-access basket underneath the seat that can easily accommodate a large diaper bag plus some loose baby essentials. Plus, there is a small storage pocket that is great for keys or a cell phone on the back of the seat.

Mockingbird Stroller Basket


The Mockingbird 2.0 rolls on 9″ hard rubber wheels in the back and 7″ wheels in the front and features all-wheel suspension to give baby a smooth ride. There is also a one step, flip flop-friendly brake to lock the stroller into place.

Mockingbird Stroller Wheels


Folding the Mockingbird 2.0 Stroller is easy to do and can be done with just one hand into a standing fold and sports an automatic lock. It weighs in at 27 lbs which is common for a full-size stroller.

Mockingbird Stroller Fold


There are a bunch of sold-separately accessories for the Mockingbird 2.0 including: Mockingbird Bassinet, Mockingbird Infant Seat Insert, Mockingbird 2nd seat kit, Mockingbird Car Seat Adapter, Rain Cover, Mosquito Net, Mockingbird Snack Tray, Cup Holder, Mockingbird Riding Board, Mockingbird Parent Organizer, Mockingbird foot muff and much more.

Mockingbird Bassinet


The Mockingbird 2.0 Stroller retails for $450.




The Mockingbird 2.0 stroller comes in five different colors, two interior canopy colors and two frame colors and is loaded with great features for both parents and baby.

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