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BABYZEN YOYO+ Review

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£335.00
Mother&Baby Awards
  • 2017 Shortlisted Best Travel Systems
Mother&Baby Awards 2017 Shortlist

What they say:

“Already famous worldwide for its easy, instant folding and compact overhead cabin luggage size, the new BABYZEN YOYO+ can now be used with a car seat. From birth, the YOYO+ works as a lie-flat stylish rear-facing stroller. From 6 months old, on the same frame, parents simply change to their 6+ fabrics and it is ready to accompany baby through to early childhood… The new reinforced frame is certified to 18kg and the ride is even more comfortable with new suspension added to all four wheels. For convenience the new XXL basket underneath the pushchair… 60% larger than original one!”

Tested by mum Vicky Grimes for the M&B Awards 2017:

Would you recommend this to other mums?    

I loved the BABYZEN YOYO+ buggy, this would be perfect for travelling. I loved the design it calapsed in such a small unit could I think be taken on a plane it's that small. My son loved it, it was very comfortable for such a design. It was light and very easy to manoeuvre around the shops.

How did this product make your life easier?     

This product made my life easier as it was just so simple. It would fit in anybody's car boot too. I know with my current pram once that's in the boot not a lot else will fit in with it. With this you can easily fit suitcases as well. 

Would you choose this product to win?

It was small and light, everything I need a pram to do, especially on holiday. The worst bit about a holiday is waiting until baggage claim for your buggy, as you either have to drag or carry your child there, but if this would fit in the aeroplane with you (which I think it will), it would definitely make my life easier. 

What changes would you make to this product?

The one thing I would change would if they could is make a bigger basket underneath. 

Tested by mum Samantha Holliday for the M&B Awards 2017:

Would you recommend this to other mums?    

When the box arrived I was amazed at how small the BABYZEN YOYO+ was. It's such a compact piece of kit that it can easily be stored out of the way. I think it's quite a unique design and it looks really sleek and exclusive. 

How did this product make your life easier?     

It was very light to carry around and has a shoulder strap so you can sling it over your shoulder and still have your hands free for dealing with your child. It's a very compact pram and this means it's great for putting in the car without having to rearrange all your shopping. 

Would you choose this product to win?

Its size really is the stand-out thing for me. I have a large car so boot space isn't an issue but if we were going on holiday the last thing you need is a chunky stroller taking up half the room. I think this would be the ideal purchase for a holiday pram. 

What changes would you make to this product?

On occasion when your child is tired or has fallen asleep in the pram you want to recline the seat for them to have a bit of comfort. The BABYZEN YOYO+ has quite a fiddly device and I found myself struggling on the first couple of occasions. When it came to sitting the seat back up I found the easiest way was to remove my daughter completely. This isn't ideal really.

Tested by mum Jo Simpson for the M&B Awards 2017:

Would you recommend this to other mums?    

The BABYZEN YOYO+ really does stand out with how light it is and its size when collapsed. It comes in a carry bag and is within the dimensions and weight for taking on board a flight, so no need to battle at the carousel for pushchair whilst juggling little one and bags. I must admit it does take a couple of times collapsing the get front wheels quite right.

How did this product make your life easier?     

This pushchair certainly would make travelling aboard with little ones a lot less stressful for the fact that you can take it on board with you as carry on luggage. The carry bag is simple but effective and has a good carrying handle. It would certainly gain some envious looks in the airport from fellow travellers. 

Would you choose this product to win?

I wouldn’t use this on a day-to-day basis as it doesn't feel very steady with a toddler in it. It would be perfect for little ones and you can use the frame with your car seats but with a toddler wriggling in it it felt like it was going to topple.

What changes would you make to this product?

The stability of the pushchair. I would also prefer to have a zip on the carry bag instead of a drawstring but that is just personal preference.

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