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Mockingbird Stroller

LOVE: 4 NEUTRAL: 2
REGRET: 0 WANT: 28

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Sarah N.

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Buying all of the essential baby gear can cause some serious sticker shock, especially when it comes to big ticket items like strollers. You want your little one to have it all--without totally draining your budget. Enter Mockingbird. This new brand boasts a premium stroller for hundreds of dollars less than the competition. By going the direct-to-consumer route, they've cut out the middlemen and hefty retail markups. So you can save money, without skimping on quality or safety (including being independently certified by JPMA). This versatile stroller is designed with stylish, high-end features like a canopy with a peek-a-boo window, a full coverage sun shade, an easy one-handed fold, multi-position recline, durable, easy-to-clean nylon fabrics, and a massive basket that holds up to 25 pounds (hello, impromptu grocery shopping!). It's a modular system, so you can switch between parent-facing and forward-facing configurations, add an adapter to attach your infant car seat, or nab the bassinet for those cosy newborn days. These strollers are flying off the shelf (case in point: we've had to push back this weeLove a bit because they keep selling out!), so don't wait too long to grab your own—or add it to your registry. And in case you're still on the fence, you can try Mockingbird for 30 days and ship it back, free of charge, if you're not totally in love. But we have a hunch this sweet ride will be going on many a neighborhood walk...

what parents are saying

LOVE: 4 NEUTRAL: 2
REGRET: 0 WANT: 28
    • Lexi F.
    • Carmichael, California

    Borrowed my friends for awhile and dear lord this stroller is amazing! Comparable to the uppababy Cruz but a fraction of the price tag! Jul 23, 2019

    • Lyss K.
    • Colorado Springs, Colorado

    I love how comfortable the seat is for my baby, how compact the stroller is when folded, how spacious the basket is, how smooth the ride is and how easy it is to maneuver. Jul 11, 2019

    • Bari S.
    • Greenvale, New York

    It is a little difficult to fold this stroller. My baby is 5 months so the length is a bit off for her, but maybe when she can hang her legs down it will be better for her! A little flimsy. Jun 29, 2019

  • It is ACTUALLY a one-handed close that I don't have to nearly break a nail or all 5 to activate. Jun 27, 2019

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    • Lexi F.
    • Carmichael, California

    Borrowed my friends for awhile and dear lord this stroller is amazing! Comparable to the uppababy Cruz but a fraction of the price tag! Jul 23, 2019

    • Lyss K.
    • Colorado Springs, Colorado

    I love how comfortable the seat is for my baby, how compact the stroller is when folded, how spacious the basket is, how smooth the ride is and how easy it is to maneuver. Jul 11, 2019

    • Bari S.
    • Greenvale, New York

    It is a little difficult to fold this stroller. My baby is 5 months so the length is a bit off for her, but maybe when she can hang her legs down it will be better for her! A little flimsy. Jun 29, 2019

  • It is ACTUALLY a one-handed close that I don't have to nearly break a nail or all 5 to activate. Jun 27, 2019

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