|Product Dimensions||24.8 x 15.35 x 42.91 inches|
|Item model number||MB1-A202___200_USA|
|Maximum weight recommendation||44 Pounds|
|Item Weight||29.7 pounds|
Mountain Buggy Plus One Buggy with Cocoon and Second Seat, Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
|Fabric Type||100% Polyester|
|Maximum weight recommendation||44 Pounds|
|Item Weight||13.5 Kilograms|
About this item
- 100% Polyester
- Stroller bundle comes with cocoon for newborn as well as the second seat
- Rear wheel suspension and 12" air filled tires all around provide a smooth ride across all surfaces; Front wheel locks for jogging
- Adjustable seat position from full recline to upright including a storage mode with one child (8 modes overall)
- Multi-adjust handle height and one included bottle holder
- Compact fold with the second seat on or off
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The +one stroller is a new inline system that bears all the hallmarks of Mountain Buggy's bulletproof DNA. Our superior mark of quality offers you a single or an inline with complete versatility, functionality, maneuverability and uncompromised safety and performance. Gone are the days of needing a double wide stroller to hit the streets, trails or the road for a jog; The +One has you covered for all scenarios in the space of a single stroller.
From the Manufacturer
Designed to keep up with your growing family, the Mountain Buggy +one stroller offers seven different modes of operation and includes a cocoon for newborns and a second seat so two children can ride at the same time. As a single buggy, the +one keeps your child secure and comfortable from the newborn through toddler years. As an in-line stroller, it seats either a toddler and a newborn or two toddlers. An ideal choice for active families, the +one delivers a smooth, comfortable ride and a range of adjustment options.
The +one stroller offers seven different modes of operation. View larger.
Folds down quickly in two simple steps.
Features a cocoon for newborns and a second seat, allowing two children to ride at the same time. View larger.
Single Buggy Modes for Newborns and Toddlers
This convenient, adaptable stroller provides five different single stroller options to suit your changing needs. Use it as a carrycot, cocoon, or travel system for newborns and transition to upright seating for toddlers. In single mode, you're also free to enjoy on-board storage within the seat fabric without sacrificing access to the gear tray.
In-line Modes for Growing Families
As your child grows and your family expands, you'll appreciate the two modes for in-line operation. Attach the cocoon behind the upright seat to give your newborn a place to rest while your toddler sits up front. Or use the second seat to give two toddlers a comfy place to watch the world go by--a great option for twins. And unlike traditional side-by-side double strollers, the rear seat is positioned at the same level as the front seat.
Slim Design for Excellent Maneuverability
No matter which mode you choose, the Mountain Buggy +one is ready to tackle all kinds of outdoor adventures. At 25 inches wide, this compact stroller is easy to maneuver on crowded streets, narrow subway platforms, and rocky trails.
Rear Wheel Suspension for All-Terrain Travel
Rear wheel suspension and 12-inch air-filled tires provide a smooth ride on all kinds of terrain, and the handle offers plenty of height adjustments for easy pushing. When you're ready for a workout, switch the front wheel from swivel mode to a locked position for jogging.
Twist and Slide Adjustments and Protective Canopy
To ensure a secure fit, the seat harness twists and slides for quick adjustments. A generously sized sun canopy covers both children in in-line mode and includes a mesh sun visor that flicks out to protect sensitive eyes and skin from the sun's rays. And a full range of height adjustments and mesh extensions make it easy to provide your child with plenty of head room.
Folds Down in Two Steps
When you're ready to store the stroller, it folds down quickly in two simple steps--even with the second seat attached.
Every Mountain Buggy +one stroller has been rigorously tested to be safe and durable and has a tough frame structure that stands up to years of heavy use. The 100 percent polyester seat covers and canopies are water repellent and easy to remove for cleaning. For peace of mind, this stroller exceeds all mandatory safety standards.
What's in the Box
Mountain Buggy +one strollerframe, cocoon, second seat, and canopy with extensions.
This stroller offers plenty of room for one child and extra storage for shopping,
or two children to travel together.
Top reviews from the United States
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- very smooth on all terrain (it has shocks)
- very sturdy/ well made (made from the same company as Phil&Teds)
- compact (almost feels like a 1 seat stroller, but a tad bit longer)
- has “hidden bassinet” for newborn- 4-5 month old (use now and works wonderfully)
- actually have a place to store items where your children’s dirty shoes do not dangle in
- can hold a 1 liter bottle of water or whatever you would like attached to the side of the stroller
- Awesome sun shade with plenty of ventilation
- Great adjustability in the handle bar (I am short and my husband is tall haha)
- Awesome turning radius
- Can easily steer with one hand
- Goes up curbs with ease
- No cup holder/ snack tray for the kids
- Front footrest does not adjust (but all 3 wheel strollers have this feature.)
We purchased this with stroller organizer. Both of these purchases have been 2 of the best purchases I have made so far with our second child.
I searched high and low for an inline double jogging stroller. I really, really did not want a bulky side-by-side, but I definitely wanted a jogger for two kids. My daughter and I have put hundreds of miles on our single jogger and I want to keep it up once our next child is born. I was so excited when I finally found the +one. I was very hesitant to buy a such an expensive stroller sight-unseen, but the free return shipping sealed the deal.
My daughter is 3 years old and my son won't be born until June, so I can't review the 2 kid functionality yet. My 3 year old is 40 inches tall and weighs 33 pounds. I am a 5'10" tall woman, planning to use this stroller for running on paved surfaces.
Very maneuverable; handles like a single.
Very light weight, considering how big it is
Awesome sun shade
Lots of storage
Great adjustability in the handle bar (I'm tall; this matters)
The infant cocoon seems well-made and comfortable
The seats are both very small and shallow. I thought this would be uncomfortable, but my daughter said it was fine even after an hour-long run. Still, I'm afraid that she is going to out grow it.
Very limited leg room in the back seat. My 3 year old will never fit back there.
The footrest for the front seat is not adjustable, and it's extremely short. There is no comfortable position for my 3 year old to put her legs. Not having that adjustability on such an expensive stroller is really unacceptable to me. If we end up keeping it, I'm going to have to rig up some kind of alternate footrest for her.
The deal-breaker: The front wheel cannot be locked into a stationary position. They say it can be, but in the locked position, it still rotates through about 10-15 degrees. I called Mountain Buggy to ask how to adjust this, and you can't. That's just the way it is. This is not acceptable for jogging. I have to constantly make adjustments as I'm running and it's really annoying. I can't decide if this is something I'll get used to over time, or if this is a total deal-breaker. My single jogger has a totally fixed wheel and I'm just not used to making the adjustments. I was all over the sidewalk with this thing and it was distracting and annoying. My daughter kept asking me why I'm such a crazy driver.
If the front wheel were totally lockable, and the footrest was adjustable, I'd give this thing 5 stars. No stroller is totally perfect, but those are two issues I just can't overlook.
I realize that this stroller is technically not advertised as a jogger, so maybe I am expecting too much. But with a suspension and a lockable front wheel, I think it's natural to assume that this could be used for jogging.
UPDATE: I decided to keep the stroller, since I eventually got used to the not-quite-locking front wheel. My baby is now 7 weeks old and I've been using the stroller in 2 kid mode for several weeks. I like the stroller overall, but there are a few annoyances that have popped up that I think should have been addressed on such an expensive stroller:
1. The sunshade that I had originally raved about isn't so great in infant mode. It does not quite cover the entire bassinet portion. There is a 2-inch gap at the back of the sunshade, so depending on the time of day, my baby's face can be in direct sunlight. I solved this problem the same way I solve sunshade problems on other strollers: I used binder clips to attach a receiving blanket to the sunshade and close the gap. It works, but I'm annoyed that I have to deal with this in a $600 stroller.
2. The cocoon has several issues. The first is that it is totally flat; very few babies enjoy laying totally flat. I put a rolled-up towel under one end, but it would be nice if this were actually adjustable. The cocoon is very soft and dark and deep, which is great for keeping a baby warm and cozy and away from the elements while napping. My baby will nap in this stroller for hours. However, the fact that it's so deep means that there is very little airflow, which is not good for the summer. He is a sweaty mess by the time I take him out. I have installed a battery powered fan that helps some, but I wish part of the cocoon was breathable mesh to allow some natural airflow.
3. The front footrest again.....it is just terrible. I think I am going to take an angle grinder to it and cut off the useless, too short, non-adjustable part that sticks out and weld something on lower down, in a more appropriate location. This is one thing that just bugs my daughter and I every time we use the stroller.
- handles great
- easy to push
- same size as my single BOB
- both kids happy to ride in it
- adjustable handle bar
- foot break isn't as nice as BOBs but still functions well
- back seat is a little tight with both the grab bar and bar that hold the front seat upright installed.... I may try taking the grab bar off as I think it allows for an extra inch of space in the back seat
- no clear instructions for assembling in "two toddler" mode - ie. where to place grab bar and front seat bar on stroller frame
I've only had it a few weeks - like many reviewers have said its not perfect, but it works well for my family and the cons are worth the trade off to have an all terrain tandem stroller. I've only had it a week, but so far so good!
Top reviews from other countries
It is so easy to push, even with 2 kids I could easily push it with one hand.
Both kids are very comfortable in this stroller and will ride in it for hours at a time, with no complaints.
I love how easily the seat belts can be adjusted so we can trade who sits in the front and who sits in the back, whenever we wish.
I love that no one can see the baby sleeping in the back so they don't bother him during his nap.
It's the same size as a single stroller, so we can take it anywhere we want (shopping, museums, the beach, gravel, grass).
It folds up a little differently then most other strollers I have seen, but I love that none of the fabric touches the ground.
The canopy is very large and covers both kids very well.
It is sturdy and well made.
I have been stopped many times and asked where we got our stroller and I recommend it to anyone that asks!