Best of Baby Winner for Best Double Stroller

Score a feature-packed, easy-to-push double stroller for a fraction of what other brands go for.
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September 27, 2021
Mockingbird single to double stroller
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And the Winner Is: Mockingbird Single to Double Stroller

When you’re a parent of two kids, you’ve got a lot on your hands. You need a way to transport them from place to place and cart all their gear without breaking (too much of) a sweat—and without breaking your budget on a stroller that’s actually up to the task. Enter: The Mockingbird Single to Double Stroller. It has every feature you could want and more, all at a refreshingly affordable price. Multiple seat configurations? There are 13 of them. A one-hand fold? Yep, and you can even do it with both seats still attached. A generous basket? It can hold up to 25 pounds, and, unlike some other double strollers, that precious cargo space isn’t taken up by the second seat. Extendable canopy? Of course, and there’s also an attachable, full-coverage sunshade to boot. Best of all, the stroller is easy to push and rolls smoothly over terrain—not always a given with two kiddos onboard.

What We Love

• There are a whopping 13 ways you can configure the two seats on the stroller frame, whether with two infant car seats, two stroller seats or one of each—so regardless of the age difference between your children, the Mockingbird can accommodate them both (note: the second seat kit is sold separately)

• Unlike some double stroller styles that tuck the second seat into the cargo basket, the Mockingbird keeps both seats accessible and provides as unobstructed a view as possible for each

• It has loads of useful features: an extendable, UPF 50+ all-weather canopy with magnetic peekaboo window; an attachable full-coverage sunshade; front-locking wheels; a one-hand fold with both seats attached (and the frame stands when folded); an adjustable, six-position handlebar; a huge cargo basket and more

• When stocking up on baby gear, the stroller is often the single most expensive item you’ll buy, with top-line luxury options going for $1,000 or more; the Mockingbird offers quality, functionality and affordability

Buy it: $395,

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