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Perfect for holidays
As a new mother I bought the bsbyzen as a back up pram that has now become my every day pram due to the small fold.
It's perfect for travelling as I recently went around Australia and it fit in the overhead. Be careful though you do need for aviation security the bag it comes in to overhead carry in case it opens. So bring it!
The only issue I have is the shoulder strap broke on the trip when I was carrying it and now we have to lug it around by the handle as the strap broke.
Great Pram so easy to use
I used to have Maclaren but I was looking for something more mobile. this is so easy to fold and put in the car, you can travel with it. best thing is that I can take this to shopping, then fold it, and put in the shopping troy!! so easy! good for taking for park for a walk. highly recommended. can recommend this high enough.
A stroller for traveling and quick shopping trips
I do love this stroller and use it way more than my bugaboo chameleon. The best feature would be the compact fold. Mind you I drive a little hatchback so space is at a premium!
Based on price point and compact fold, I did consider the gb pockit but decided on the yoyo as it felt sturdier and looked sleeker. And while I don't need the 0+ fabrics, I'm glad it's an option should I need it for any future babies.
I never owned the older version but I have many friends who still do and I must say, the improvements, while not life changing, con...tributes significantly to the pleasure of using this stroller. Improvements like having a pocket behind the seat is so simple but has made it so convenient to slip your phone and wallet in for that really quick pop in the shops. The padded shoulder strap, and the thicker softer fabric are other noteworthy improvements I love. They have increased the size of the undercarriage basket, however I still find it quite small if you're planning a whole grocery shopping trip with this. As a result, I have on several occasions just folded the stroller and popped it into the trolley when I reach the shops. The only thing that consistently annoys me is upon opening or closing the stroller, the wheels catch if they are turned to the side. It just needs some adjustment before you flick the pram open but throws your rhythm off, hence the 4 stars. Finally The other thing to consider is the 6+ is essentially like a stroller rather than a pram. That means it is quite open with no enclosed sides or handlebars and a hood that doesn't really protect your baby from the wind. While my 18mo sits in it happily now, he used to be very unsettled in it even as a 12 mo, and would cling on real tight to the bars at the sides of the stroller.
Have had this pram for a couple of months now and absolutely love it. It's so light, easy to manouevre, easy to fold and unfold, sturdy and more importantly my baby likes being in it. I use this 99% of the time now and will only use my other monster of a pram if I need to carry heavier bags or go walking on rough terrain (it's a 3 wheel Phil & Ted's Sport). I'm a petite person and find this pram to be easy to carry, even with my 6 month old in it. I can push it around one handed if necessary and it rolls and turns very smoothly, though once you...hit rough surfaces such as uneven grass, then it gets harder to push. The large pocket is great for all the bits and pieces I like to have on hand, while the undercarriage is large enough for a baby bag or a shopping bag or two. Folding and unfolding is so easy, though be aware that if the wheels are muddy/have bits stuck on them, they will touch the fabric and dirty it. Even if the fabric gets dirty, it's easy enough to take off and wash. The accessories I have for it (mozzie net and rain cover) are very easy to attach. I will be going interstate in a couple of weeks and plan on carrying the pram as cabin baggage. I also purchased the carry bag for it, but it's not overly padded so if it's handled roughly by baggage handlers, the pram may get damaged. This is a great pram, couldn't live without it!
It was good ,but the new model is now fantastic !
( Products Disclosure - I own metromum ) and we sell and have access to lots of prams and strollers . We can take our pick of nearly every stroller on the Australian market . But personally , I use the Babyzen Yo Yo + as it is so convenient , light weight , yet strong, and so easy to use. I wish I had one when my first born came along. if I am doing a quick trip to the shops , or going on a holiday , the babyzen is always packed and taken along. And now that the new model is here they are even better.
Questions & Answers
Hi there. Is the capsule useable for 0+ also? And also where in Australia can I purchase this yo-yo. Thank you , Amy
Hi, we bought one of these but the bar that forms the front of the canopy is a different shape to what we can see in many of the instructional resources. Ours does not taper in like the other ones we have seen and keeps popping the little side mounting adapters out due to the outward tension it places on them. Did anyone have a similar problem to this? We don’t really want to start bending things. Thanks
I was thinking of buying this pram as my every day rather than a travel pram. Does anyone use this as their main pram or have everyone just had for travel only? I love how small and light it is and will not take up the whole of the boot of my Golf!
Swiggs, I use this pram as my main pram. My apartment is on the second floor and there’s no lift. There’s a time I had to carry the whole pram with Bebe sleeping inside to my appartment. And it’s do-able! The suspension is not that great on a rocky road but very good if you live in the city or has a small car.
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