Mia Moda Compagno Stand Review – on Tandem Stroller – Mint Java

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Rating: 3.6 out of 5 (10 reviews)

The easiest way to travel with 2 children. The Mia Moda Compagno Stroller allows an older child to stand on the rear platform or sit on the rear padded seat, while a younger child rides comfortably in front. The Compagno also comes with a universal car seat adapter that makes the unit compatible with most major Infant Car Seats, including Mia Moda. When not using the Infant Car Seat, just connect the detachable front tray that also includes a cup holder. Stroller has all wheel suspension, so traveling with two is smooth sailing. The Compagno is also convenient for the parent, as it includes a parent cup holder and storage compartment as well as a large basket for storage.


  • Standing Board, Handle Bars, safety strap & Resting Pad for older child to stand
  • Fully Padded Rear Seat with safety strap for older child to sit behind Infant
  • Easy One-Hand fold with free-standing feature
  • Front Seat has 2-Position Recline & 5-Point Harness with breathable air mesh fabric
  • Detachable Front tray with Cup Holder

Additional Info




1700 MJV

80 lbs

Full Size,Double & Triple,Premium,Travel Systems



Sunshade,Cup Holder(s),Cargo Basket,Tray / Bar,Adjustable Canopy,Adjustable Head Support,Adjustable Handle



40 pounds

34.2 x 19.2 x 14.0

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10 Reviews for “Mia Moda Compagno Stand Review – on Tandem Stroller – Mint Java”

  1. Mom on the run on September 3rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I have a very tall 2 1/2 year old and a newborn, this stroller is PERFECT!! I actually bought a double stroller first and it was a monster, so big, so cumbersome and my son was too big. The other sit and stand strollers also seemed too bulky, so I saw this and thought I’d give it a try..and I am soooo glad I did! I love it! It is sleeker and smaller than other sit and stand strollers, ride is smooth, turns easy, folds compact and even has extra handles to carry it, also stands on its own when folded. I Love the cup holders and trays, the storage is small, but believe me it seems that all the sit n stand strollers storage is small. Very sleek design. My son loves sitting and standing on it, can do it with ease, and has room for him! The seat has two positions and actually reclines far back. I put the stroller together in about 10 min. no tools needed. My husband even likes this stroller,he didn’t want to get one because all the ones we saw in the store were so big, but he just loves this one. It is money well spent!!

  2. Beth, mom on go w/ 2 kids and 1on way on September 4th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Great for shopping, parks, libraries, etc.
    I love the head rest for the child standing.
    The seat belts on the back seat are great.
    I also like the adjustable handle.
    I wish the canopy was a little bigger and would love it if you could strap the infant seat in back. But overall great product.

  3. LFig on September 14th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I purchased this stroller with the thought of taking my girls, 3 and 1 out for shopping rides…however when my 3yo sat in the back seat, she had no head room! The canopy bumped her head and you can not adjust fwd at all! If I lived elsewhere where the sun did not shine as bright perhaps I would have kept it and used it without the canopy. Unfortunatley, in AZ that is impossible!

  4. Mom of two on September 17th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    The stroller looked great in the pictures, but it’s much bigger then it appears. I also found it not to be that sturdy/ made well- the spring in the tray broke when we were putting it together, and the handle bar looks like it may fall apart. With an infant and a 3 year old, I was very disappointed with this product!

  5. happymomto3 on November 13th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Awful stroller. I placed 7 day old daughter on carseat adapter and seat fell to ground….Apparently the pin to hold seat in place broke on second time use! Huge and bulky weighs a ton. I didn’t get to try it until my daughter came and can’t return it now so shop wisely. I strongly dislike this . Feels as though it wants to just snap cheaply made.

  6. mom of 2 on November 26th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I used my compagno for the first time at the mall today and it is so easy to handle compared to my old Joovy. It’s very comfy for my 2 boys and easy to use.
    I love the size of the seats. There’s plenty of room for my boys to grow in this stroller.
    I was surprised at the size,it is much bigger than it appears,but with all the growing room and comfort how can I complain.
    The basket is hard to get to,but I like that b/c if I leave my diaper bag/purse in it,and turn my back,it’s not likely it will get stolen.

  7. Mom of 2 girls on December 10th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I did a lot of looking for a sit and stand stroller and we ended up with this one. I do like it however it is much bigger than I expected. It looks so sleek in the pictures. It isn’t the easiest thing to manuever in a mall which was the primary reason for purchasing. I have a chevy equinox and it won’t lay flat in there so it blocks my mirrors, I’m sure this would be a prob with any double stroller just didn’t expect it to be. I would recommend a sit and stand to a friend but have them look for a smaller one!

  8. all on the go on May 12th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is great. It glides and turns with ease. I shopped around online alot before buying this one because I have a 40 lb older child and wanted something that he could use as well. He loves riding with his sister and it fits him well. The parent’s handle moves so you can adjust it to where you want to hold it and it is nice that the sun canopy moves so you can cover the infant in the front. I like to keep it in the car at all times and it does take up alot of space but I think any double or tandem stroller would take up just about as much. I am very glad I spent more on a well built and easy to use stroller that I know my older child can use as well.

  9. Ally on May 28th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I test drove the Joovy Caboose and Ultralight models-the seats were cheaply covered and uncomfortable, and their little umbrella style stroller tires are ok at the mall, but if you plan on walking outside they give a very rough ride. The parent consoles are also useless and must be purchased separately. I also tried the much bulkier Baby Trend version. It was ok, but had no suspension. I also ordered (and returned) the new Joovy Ergo. It was a bumpy ride and cheaply made-with a very high price tag. I ended up purchasing a Mia Moda Compagno sight unseen. The compangno looks much more expensive than even the Ergo. It has nicer seat cushions (that were included), and includes a parent tray. It is one of the heavier sit n stands-but well built and pushes easily. Even with seat reclined, my son has enough room on the back seat. The back seat slides forward and is much larger than the other models. Also the basket is large and back seat flips up for easy access (or you can access it from the side). This is the only sit n stand that has any suspension to give a smoother ride for your children. Great stroller for the price.

  10. Dadof2 on June 3rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Got this stroller to accomodate our two kids. […] Assembly was a breeze and in no time, the stroller was ready. My 4 year old has a lot of fun riding this carriage and it is easy to attach a universal car seat for our infant.A couple things that I didn’t like but are acceptable is the size. Obviously, this is a big carriage and it takes up a lot of room. So be prepared if you have a smaller car.The catch that holds the carriage when collapsed has a tendency to slip off so be careful when loading or unloading that this could spring open.Also it’s not quick to collapse and load because the front wheels can get in the way. Overall, we are very pleased with this product and would recommend it to our friends.