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Babyzen YOYO+ Pushchair: Most colours including the new Aqua £350.10 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Babyzen YOYO+ Pushchair: Most colours including the new Aqua £350.10 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 23rd Nov 2019

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Lowest I’ve seen this for a while plus it’s John Lewis. Offer available online and in-store.

Description from the website :
The BABYZEN YOYO+ is a pushchair rolling fashion, functionality and safety into one pocket-rocker travel system, eliminating the need for multiple strollers. Ideal for wherever life takes you: from city living and everyday errands to car, bus, train or airplane, it's suitable for children from 6 months and up to a maximum weight of 18kg. The YOYO+ converts easily from an everyday road-facing stroller to a lie-flat parent-facing pushchair suitable for new born babies.

What's included:

1 frame
1 reversible backrest
1 seat base 6 months+
1 raincover 6 months+
2 canopy wires 6 months+
1 shopping basket
1 shoulder strap
1 cover bag
1 colour pack 6 months+
1 user guide

Good to know:

- Fits in most overhead plane storage when folded (H52 x W44 x D18cm).
- One-hand folding, unfolding… and driving
- Multi-position reclining seat
- Comfortable seat pad and 5-point harness
- 4-wheel suspension
- Removable and washable fabrics at 30C
- Featherweight: 6.2 Kg
- UPF 50+ sun protection canopy
- 2 year warranty included
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6 Comments
Best buggy ever guys!
Been swaying between this and a Bugaboo Ant
Hi Scottish_Beardy_Man
Yo-yo is better only because you can fold and unfold with one hand and also there is much more space for the baby, I did compared them and the Ant is looks good but if it’s a tall baby that would be a problem.
Been looking at the yo-yo buggies for a while, I got an icandy strawberry but need something for when we go on holiday. Might be useful when we use the tube as well...hmmm
Edited by: "pcmustard" 23rd Nov 2019
Been looking at this and ergobaby metro stroller any advice. Thanks
It’s a great pushchair, we love ours but there are things we would change if we could after using other travel prams elsewhere.

Cons we found, for those who are considering; small storage, handle is a fixed height, doesn’t lie flat (need the newborn insert which for our baby lasted for 3.5 months only) and altering the seat angle is not the smoothest or easiest transition.
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