We’ve got a Mockingbird Double Stroller review – including everything you need to know about this new stroller!
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If you haven’t heard of Mockingbird it’s because they are a relatively new stroller company. In 2019 they released their single stroller and in 2020 they released their double stroller. They aren’t sold in stores (except now Target), as they are mostly a “direct-to-consumer” brand. Partly thanks to this model, Mockingbird is able to provide high quality products at very affordable prices.
The Mockingbird double stroller can be used as a single stroller and the seat is reversible with multiple levels on incline. If you buy the 2nd Seat Kit, you can convert the stroller to a double. The second seat is also reversible.
Both seats have a 45 pound weight capacity.
To buy the Mockingbird double stroller, you have to buy both the Single-to-Double Stroller as well as the 2nd Seat Kit.
The price of Mockingbird’s Single-to-Double Stroller is $450 and the price of the 2nd Seat Kit is $145. This brings the total for the Mockingbird double stroller to $595. Mockingbird strollers never go on sale but there there is a way to save a little bit of money and get the best price shopping at Target. To learn more, click here.
The Mockingbird strollers are more customizable than most other stroller brands.
With the Mockingbird double stroller (both the Single-to Double Stroller as well as the 2nd Seat Kit), you can choose the exterior color of the canopy (Black, Sky, Sea, or Bloom), the interior of the canopy (Windowpane or Watercolor Drops) and the frame/leather combination (Silver Frame/Penny Leather, Silver Frame/Black Leather). Here’s some of the combinations available on the Mockingbird double stroller.
When you buy the Mockingbird Single-to-Double stroller, you are only getting the single stroller. In order to convert it to a double, you have to buy the 2nd Seat Kit.
Here is a complete list of what’s included with the Mockingbird Single-to-Double Stroller:
You can also use the Mockingbird bassinet or attach certain car seats in lieu of using the included stroller seats.
Here is the Mockingbird double stroller with a bassinet or “Carriage“ as Mockingbird calls it. The Mockingbird Carriage clicks into the stroller and allows for infants to lay completely flat. It can be faced in either direction- forward facing or rear facing towards the parent. The Carriage features two mesh peek-a-boo windows which also allow for air flow. The price of the Mockingbird Carriage is $110. The base of the Carriage is black but you can select the color of the canopy (same color options as the stroller). The Carriage also features a black and white pattern on the inside of the canopy (great visual stimulation!) and a removable/washable mattress cover.
Mockingbird does not recommend the use of 2 bassinets on the double stroller. Instead, for twins, they recommend using their infant inserts. The infant seat insert allows the Mockingbird stroller to be used from ages 0 to 6 months. It consists of 3 pieces – a head rest, a wedge and a liner. The infant insert provides head support and stability for young babies. Additionally, the infant insert (specifically the wedge piece) allows the baby to lay completely flat in the stroller. The price of the Mockingbird Infant Seat Insert is $35.
Here’s what the set up looks like for two infants using the infant inserts:
Here is the double stroller shown with a car seat. The Mockingbird double stroller is compatible with several car seats with the purchase of the Mockingbird Car Seat Adapter. The Car Seat Adapter costs $45.
Here is the full list of compatible car seats for the Mockingbird strollers:
In alphabetical order by brand
The Mockingbird double stroller has a “flip-flop” friendly parking brake.
The Mockingbird Double Stroller can be purchased from Target or the Mockingbird website .
Mockingbird started with a “direct-to-consumer” model to keep costs down but has since exclusively partnered with Target.
Currently, Mockingbird only ships to the United States (sorry, Canada!).
We are very impressed with Mockingbird’s latest stroller! Similar to how Mockingbird’s single stroller rivals the UPPAbaby Cruz V2 at almost half the price at $395, the double stroller does the same with the UPPAbaby Vista V2!
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