NunaMIXX² Stroller



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color: Caviar

What weabout it
Three seat options, great suspension and foam-filled airless tires make the Nuna Mixx a popular and chic stroller

About this Product
  • Three seat options: bassinet recline, rearward or forward-facing seat
  • Five-position recline
  • UV 50 extendable canopy with mesh peek-a-book panels
  • Two-step fold and one-handed open
  • Includes rain cover and the car seat adapter for the Nuna Pipa


The Nuna Mixx² has the thoughtful details we expect and appreciate in higher-end strollers: two-way facing toddler seat, an adjustable handlebar, an ample sunshade, great under-seat storage, etc. It even comes with a rain cover. What distinguishes it is the fully flat reclining position—not kinda flat, but actually flat with a foot rest that folds up to make it more like a bassinet—meaning it can actually be used from birth if you want. Also it comes with the car seat adapter for the Nuna Pipa if you want to commit and just be a Nuna family.

The Mixx² includes black wheels and hand-sewn leather-look arm and push bars for an extra nice look.

Though the stroller’s design is sleek and folding is a cinch, parents in walkup apartments warn that its collapsed form can be a little bulky and hard to handle in smaller living spaces.


  • Weight of stroller: 26.8 lbs (without canopy and arm bar)
  • Child weight limit: 50 lbs
  • Storage basket weight limit: 10 lbs
  • Child height limit: 45”
  • Wheel filling: Foam
  • Suspension: All wheels
  • Machine washable, air dry
  • Dimensions folded: 16” x 23.6” x 35.8”
  • Dimensions unfolded: 44.3” x 23.4” x 33.5”

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December 26, 2018

August 29, 2018

This stroller is so nice to push! It’s sturdy, well made, and easy to get the hang of. I’ve probably been using it with the Pipa car seat and it folds up great for the car. With the normal seat attached it doesn’t fold up quite so flat and it gets a lot heavier so I personally wouldn’t use it for travel. Also I wouldn’t use it if you have a walk up apartment. But overall I’m so happy with it for my lifestyle.

November 11, 2016

It drives better than any car I've ever been in. Also, my husband and I are both very tall and this is a very comfortable stroller for us, too. Sturdy enough for the city. The only stroller that goes flat for sleeping on the go... Also, one of the easiest car seat/stroller systems I've seen.

September 5, 2016

It's sturdy and seems well-made and can grow with the baby (is not just for brand-new infants). TIP: it is REALLY not ideal for city living/walk-ups, i.e. it's heavy and bulky.

August 8, 2016

Easy to use, it is so easy to take in and out of the car. Car seat clips in for the early months and later there is a seat, so it functions as a normal stroller.

July 4, 2016

Light weight and easy to unfold. Also like that the seat is removed when adding the car seat, saves on space.