Sleek, Modern Look: The Baby zen YOKO+ looks especially great with a black frame, but we like it in just about all the color combinations they offer. It also features a convenient carry strap, so you can sling the folded stroller over your shoulder for easy portability.
Compatible with the Best Car Seats: The YOKO is compatible with Baby zen car seats, as well as our favorites– Maxi COSI, Nun, and Cyber with adapters sold separately. Ride-Along Board for Older Children: Although the YOKO does not convert to a double stroller, parents can attach a wheeled board for older children up to 45 pounds, sold separately for $125.
Small Wheels; Good Suspension: Although the YOYO’s wheels are small, they are equipped with suspension to make bumpy rides smoother. This is not a great stroller for terrain rougher than a poorly paved path, but compared to other compact strollers, the YOKO has a remarkably smooth ride.
You can buy a footrest add on (not made by Baby zen) if you don't like dangling legs, but none of the aftermarket options are particularly awesome. Few Accessories Included: Car seat adapters for the Baby zen (for Cyber, Maxi COSI, and Nun car seats) are sold separately for $49.99.
Baby zen also sells foot muffs, umbrellas, and second child boards separately. It doesn't have the same luxury details as the YOKO+ and Ant, but it gets the job done in a small package.
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I was able to carry this up and down our 4th floor Boston walk up pretty easily, we took it on every trip, and we keep it in our car trunk when at home. And the ride-along back seat for toddlers, but note, petite parents will have to walk off slightly to one side when using this.
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BabyzenYoyo became an instant hit the moment it was launched as it was marketed as the first folding buggy to fully abide with the size recommendations for cabin luggage. The baby stroller has a patented and exclusive ‘soft drive’ system and has a 4-wheel suspension that makes it easier to push even with one hand.
Moreover, the handlebar can be adjusted up to 106 cm that makes it easier for taller parents to push it easily. Worldwide and free EU shipping is available and is complemented by fanatical customer support.
Every time you shop you’ll earn Amber Points which can be redeemed on future purchases. Available Sets BUY AS A SINGLE ITEM BABYZENYOYO Bassinet Grey + White Frame BABYLON stroller YOKO white frame 2030.00 AED View Details YOYO2, for even greater comfort and practicality.
The YOYO2 stroller folds and unfolds with one hand, can be carried over the shoulder, slips in anywhere, stores easily and travels as carry-on baggage* both in the 0+ and 6+ version. The 6+ color pack allows your child to sit up facing the road, from 6 months onwards.
Unparalleled flexibility and cushioning, thanks to the new, individual suspensions on all 4 wheels, allowing the stroller to perfectly navigate all types of surface. With its aluminum alloy, stainless steel and fiberglass reinforced technical plastics, your stroller will last for several generations.
Carry-on baggage size >56 × 45 × 25 cm Included Frame only, color packs sold separately Included in Set YOKO bassinet Grey 1295.00 AED View Details It's a real cocoon for your child. Thanks to its incredible lightness, you can carry it easily and clip it onto the stroller frame without waking up your baby when you head out for a walk.
Age Suitability: From birth up to 6 months / 9 kg Master Box Dimensions (cm): 45.5 × 29.5 × 52 Gross Weight (kg): 4.7 Net Weight (kg): 3.2 What's Included: Bassinet shell, Double mattress, Fitted sheet Canopy,2 canopy wires, Foot cover,2 adapters, Protective bag, User guide Warranty: fabrics 6 months / accessories 6 months Included in Set The YOYO2 stroller folds and unfolds with one hand, can be carried over the shoulder, slips in anywhere, stores easily and travels as carry-on baggage* both in the 0+ and 6+ version.
The 6+ color pack allows your child to sit up facing the road, from 6 months onwards. Unparalleled flexibility and cushioning, thanks to the new, individual suspensions on all 4 wheels, allowing the stroller to perfectly navigate all types of surface.
With its aluminum alloy, stainless steel and fiberglass reinforced technical plastics, your stroller will last for several generations. First-of-a-kind technology (made with a Hotel® elastomer), providing YOYO2 with unrivaled resilience and shock absorption.
New premium faux leather handlebar: more resistant and hygienic, with greater security thanks to the tether strap New universal buckle design: more pleasant to the touch and easier to handle New harness strap: softer and more flexible, for greater comfort New tool-free reversible backrest, using a more ergonomic button Revamped design of the front and back wheel bearings, armrests and shopping basket Ultra-compact YOKO -type folding, ultra-light weight for an all-in-one frame, IATA-approved carry-on baggage size that is below the recommended size of 56 × 45 × 25 cm All accessories that adapt to YOKO+… can now be adapted to YOYO2 ! Carry-on baggage size >56 × 45 × 25 cm Included Frame only, color packs sold separately Included in Set YOKO bassinet Grey 1295.00 AED View Details It's a real cocoon for your child.
We spent months testing buggies and pushchairs to find out which ones really are worth investing in, head to our reviews section to find out which products have won Musket Best. Yes we have it, didn't use it from newborn though just from about 12 months old.TBH it's the worst buggy I've owned definitely not worth the price tag, only useful because it folds so small and light.
Hi Sophie, yes that's all you need to use from birth, although I bought mine as a complete 0+ package instead of buying bits separately. I did love ours but as I said, not for a small baby as a) it's very open to the elements b) very lightweight / doesn't carry much and c) not great on anything except smooth pavement.
The wheels are hard and do tend to stop when you try to go up even a very low curb for example, it has no bounce or suspension in that respect. I did have to get baby zen to replace the seat and hood fabrics twice and also the wheel snapped off.
I have a bugaboo bee which is a great city stroller, I love it and still use it for my toddler. I had two ripped hoods (where metal rod poked through stitching) and the seat pad looked very shabby quickly.
Baby zen replaced all 4 free of charge, a year later the back wheel snapped off again, this time in Barcelona! Baby zen replaced all the wheels a second time.- The rain cover that comes with it is a bit crap.
I bought a much sturdier Maxi COSI one for their NOA buggy which fits the Yoko brilliantly. Good points:- Brilliant to push, steer, very light and maneuvers like a dream.
Bad points for me are:My daughter can get herself out of the arm straps and lean completely forward, mashed has also tipped it over several times. It's very hard to push on anything other than smooth terrain. She won't sleep in it, (not buggies fault) but she always looks uncomfortable reclined in it, it's very open to the elements and the rain covers useless! It's a perfect boot buggy, for nipping from car to shop, I so wouldn't of paid all that money for it if I had researched it properly.
It's fab how small it folds but TBH unless using for hand luggage I would have been better off with a Maclaren or similar! I preferred one handle but If I was getting an umbrella buggy I would go for the DaBaby G Luke, it's brill.