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All user reviews of Mockingbird Stroller

3.1/5
9 parent reviews
  • Price
  • Features
  • For 1 & 2 children
  • Bulkiness, takes up the whole trunk & more
  • Heavy (to me)
  • Not for terran

Cool features, given the sum we paid for it. It’s important to say, though, that the folded stroller is incredibly large and will take up your whole trunk (if you even manage to fit it inside).

There are better

3
  • price
  • the quality matches the price (my friend owns an Uppababy and it's an incredible difference when we both walk on the street... I'm a bit jelly)

Good for the price. There are better.

I'm so glad there's a page with some normal words about this pram. The hundreds of absolutely unreal (paid? IDK) reviews on the Mocking bird page made me feel like I'm crazy it doesn't feel so good to me.

I mean, it's a budget-friendly option and it feels like one. I don't get the "perfect in every way" - it is not. It's simply OK - for the price. But I tried others and it is true, the higher-priced ones are simply better, often even much better.

  • Stylish
  • Nor pricy
  • Variability
  • Large basket
  • Fine for one kid
  • The peek a boo window position is a joke
  • Not too much sun coverage and who wants to put the UV mesh on all the time (my son starts screaming when I do that)
  • Flimsy
  • Handle pivots so my tall hubby kicks the stroller all the time
  • Not sturdy for two in my eyes

A good price-performance ratio but I wouldn't use this as a double pram. Doesn't feel sturdy enough. With one kid, OK (with the price tag in mind).

Great features but weak materials

2
  • cheap
  • gorgeous on the pictures
  • impractical little things (like the viewing window is too far and high, the basket they claim accepts only weight under 2 kg...)
  • leatherette on the handle
  • rattly over time
  • cheap - quality reflects the price
  • hard to get up curbs

Great features but weak materials, compared to the luxury options. It gets rattly over time.

  • price
  • looks
  • similarity to the Uppa baby
  • internal patterns ❤️
  • frame quality - you can feel the price
  • almost no suspension, honestly
  • handle joints
  • if you forget the sun shade, the canopy is short in the laying position

I needed something budget-friendly and this was it. The raving reviews are a bit of an overkill - I mean, you do get what you pay for in terms of quality - but it's a rather good-looking nad it works. Not the softest ride though, and a bit wobbly over time.

I thought as everybody recommended it, it will be great. It isn't. The seatback is short, the carrycot is narrow, the sunhood's short, the plastics are awful. And what's with the basket capacity of 3 pounds?!

Happy with my purchase

4
  • Beautiful
  • Convertible
  • Very affordable
  • Did I mention beautiful? 😉
  • VERY VERY bulky (but our car has a large boot)
  • Not lightweight at all, not carrying friendly
  • Bucket seat (I like lie-flat ones more)

I wanted a beautiful option that can convert later on and got the Mockingbird. I am happy with my purchase. We'll see how it performs over time. 😊

OK but I wouldn't buy it again

3
  • features (on paper)
  • affordability
  • not sold everywhere, hard to try out first
  • details and finishes
  • suspension (weak to none)

It's OK but I wouldn't buy it again. There are these little details that bother me. But it looks good and even better 'on paper.'

3.1/5
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