An ideal stroller for an affordable price, it looks luxury and feels premium. It is the Mockingbird, with all the basics of a high-end stroller: big wheels, water-resistant canopy with many colors, a safe and easy-to-use brake, an adjustable handlebar, big storage, and a high weight capacity. And you can have all of these features at just $350. This article will do a quick review of the Mockingbird stroller, let see what it can offer.

Pros

First of all, the handle and bumble bar of the Mockingbird is made of chic leather, a big plus for the look of it overall. And you can adjust the handle level with a button at the side with ease.

The canopy comes in with 3 colors: light blue (sky), teal (sea) and black. It is quite large and easily wipes clean. It also has an attachable breathable sunshade, which can offer full coverage (including their feet). Plus, the back of the canopy can be opened to provide airflow, which is particularly helpful in summer months.

The frame of the Mockingbird is as big as a Vista and very stable. And you can fold the Mockingbird with one hand and it automatically locks and self stands. Making a parent’s life that much easier.

The seat can flip to face front or rear. And you can flip it easily by clicking the buttons on each side of the seat, then lifting the seat up and turning it around. The mockingbird also has a car seat adapter (compatible with Britax B-Safe 35, Chicco Keyfit 30, Evenflo Embrace, Evenflo Nurture, Graco SnugRide (30,35,40), and Nuna PIPA car seats).

The wheels can be locked to ride on uneven terrain. Moreover, the Mockingbird is light and breezy when pushing, so it can offer a smooth ride for both baby and parents. The under-seat basket is large and spacious. It can fit a diaper bag and a couple of grocery bags down there, which is ideal for shopping. The basket also has a detachable cover that helps to keep your thing stay put.

Cons

The price does not include any accessories, such as a mosquito net or rain cover. However, you can buy them separately; and the total is still under $500.

In addition, just like other full-size strollers, the fold is not fully compact. If you want a flat fold, you have to remove the seat. Mockingbird is only a single stroller, but luckily, the developers are planning to add a second seat option in the near future. Moreover, the Mockingbird weighs in at 26 lbs. which is heavier than most single strollers. It will be hard to carry it around, and it overall feels boxy and clunky.

Overall, the Mockingbird stroller offers a lot for an affordable price. It is compatible with UPPABaby Vista with a price of $899. We love the cleanable footrest, large storage, and that breathable sunshade. Let us know in the comments below if you have bought this product and your opinions on it!

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