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Alternatives to BabyZen YOYO for newborns?

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jaymiwire01 Sat 23-Sep-17 16:10:23

Interested to hear what other options there are for a really lightweight (live in 2nd floor flat, no lift or outside storage!) pushchair suitable for newborn and parent facing.

I'm only really aware of Bugaboo Bee but it doesn't seem that light and have read it is a bit wide for public transport.

Live in London so doesn't need to be suitable for cross country or anything!

Teamkhaleesi Sat 23-Sep-17 16:46:41

Is there any reason you don’t want to go with the babyzen yoyo? I’m also second floor flat with no lift/outside storage and It’s been brilliant! Folds up and down easily (can happily do this one handed after a bit of practice) and it’s so light weight for getting up and down the stairs. I don’t know of any alternitves im afraid but I’m sure someone will come along with suggestions soon.

EssentialHummus Sat 23-Sep-17 16:49:12

Not the question you asked, but I'm in your shoes and DD (16 days) mainly goes out in an ErgoBaby sling. Much less space/faff.

jaymiwire01 Sat 23-Sep-17 18:27:51

Thanks, I guess I was hoping there might be a cheaper alternative as seems a lot for what seems like a stroller and also because I like to know all the options!

Good to hear the Yoyo works well for you though smile

Teamkhaleesi Sat 23-Sep-17 18:44:11

Ah I see - I was very lucky to be given one so don’t know too much about the cost. As pp suggested though a sling might be a good solution for you? If not fingers crossed you find what you’re looking for

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