Price: From $499.00 USD
- Perfect for traveling by plane and car
- Can be folded
- Reclining seat
- Easy to maneuver (with one hand)
- Looks good
- The seat doesn’t sit right up
- You need two hands to fold it
- Spare parts are expensive
- Sun canopy is not big enough so you might have to buy the umbrella
The first thing I must say is: The Babyzen Yoyo is the best purchase my partner and I have made since our daughter was born.
Back when I was pregnant, in those last few months when the only thing you can really get done is nesting, I found myself scrolling through Google for hours and hours for every single purchase I was about to make. First-time mum’s life.
When I finally decided on the pram purchase, we ended up purchasing the Uppababy Vista V2, which we absolutely loved, as it’s easy to manoeuver and looks amazing. It has been with us on those long pram walks, enduring dirt, mud, and any terrain.
However, the time came to get on a plane to see the grandparents on the other side of the world. Mila was only 1 year old at the time and a pretty heavy baby who did not like the carrier; hence, I needed a travel pram ASAP. There I was again, scrolling through Google trying to find the best travel pram. I decided to go with BabyZen YOYO and honestly? We have no regrets.
On the plane
Firstly, taking the pram inside the plane cabin was easy. It was easy to fold, easy to carry, light, and easy to stow away above you. And yes, you can absolutely take the pram with you on the plane, because I know you’ll be looking for reassurance for this matter. We took the pram on every plane we boarded with different airlines. As long as the pram can fold and fit in the overhead bin of the plane, airlines are fine with this.
On the go
The Babyzen made our trip easier. The seat has a multi-position recline, so our daughter could nap there while we had to wait at airports for next flights. The downside is that it seems the seat doesn’t go all the way upright, which might be uncomfortable for some babies. However, for us, it wasn’t a problem.
We used the zipped back pocket to store our passports when at airports so it was easier to hand them when we needed to. We used it in our destination city to go everywhere and took it also to small trips such as islands, etc.
We’ve been back for six months and we keep it in the boot of the car so when we go places we don’t have to fold the bigger pram.
Here’s where to get your hands on the Babyzen Stroller. Enjoy!