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Another yoyo thread

(4 Posts)
mummysmellsofsick Mon 15-Apr-13 17:28:31

What can I tell DH are the reasons why I need a yoyo for £300 instead of a second hand maclaren quest for £50 from eBay? I mainly prefer the fold and think it looks cuter so please tell me there are other reasons why I must have one. Thanks!

WeOnlyPlannedTheFirst Mon 15-Apr-13 17:48:22

It's the only one approved as hand baggage making air travel soooo much easier - we're not flying anywhere but hubby still agreed this was a good reason! He thinks it looks funky too.
Can you make hubby treat himself to something? I'm getting a yoyo because he just got a new bike!!

MamaBlue4 Mon 15-Apr-13 19:29:19

It doesn't take up much space, can be taken on bus, train and airplane as hand baggage - approved, it can be done one handed. Simple, basic and it isn't as hefty as other pushchairs. He doesn't have to lug it about.

I bought it, and then told DH "they don't accept refunds besides it was on sale." Was my excuse I told him the retail price was 700 and that we got it for around £310 lol x

mummysmellsofsick Tue 16-Apr-13 14:18:46

Half price bargain!! grin I may try that one! The flight thing isn't going to cut it though as we have no plans to travel this year. What other amazing benefits does it have?

On a serious note, can you lift it and carry it up & down stairs with child still in it? The plastic bits at the side with yoyo written on look like the easiest bits to grab for carrying but I suspect they'd dig in your hands.

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