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Babyzen Yoyo 0+

(13 Posts)
Cariad007 Sun 29-Dec-13 12:15:17

Has anyone got the new Babyzen that can be used from birth? Having discovered that Bugaboos can't be folded one-handedly I'm no longer that keen on them. The 0+ Yoyo looks great from the films I've seen on YouTube and can be folded up or assembled with a quick flick of the wrist.

Ihateparties Sun 29-Dec-13 12:39:44

It's not out yet. Looks really cool though!

Cariad007 Sun 29-Dec-13 12:44:04

Ah yes, I've just seen that it won't be out til Jan. Bub isn't due til Feb though, so I have time!

Ihateparties Sun 29-Dec-13 12:50:08

Are we talking as only pushchair? I'm not sure I'd do that but I walk 4 miles a day min so that's not necessarily relevant to you. The smallness is amazing... The fold is amazing. Sounds like a plan to me :-D if you did find the need for something more robust you could deal with that later as it came up.

Cariad007 Sun 29-Dec-13 12:55:25

Wow 4 miles a day? I'm impressed! I live in London so need something that is small and folds easily for public transport and getting up to our first floor flat. I'll be taking baby for walks but probably just to local parks. We plan on taking a couple of holidays with him too (famous last words?) and the Yoyo actually folds up to cabin baggage size, which is very handy!

Ihateparties Sun 29-Dec-13 16:21:19

If it had been out when I had dc1 6 years ago I would totally have got one, had upstairs flat, small car, London transport and nowhere is particular to be! My needs now are completely different to then but it sounds perfect for what you need. The only thing I might bear in mind is how I have always felt when one of my babies outgrew their carrycot (or in this case pramette mode fabric pack) and they then had to go forward facing. But you can definitely deal with that if and when it arises.

Tiggywunkle Sun 29-Dec-13 22:00:53

I have a YoYo and am hoping to get the new one as soon as it arrives in the UK - in January. I love mine. I am not sure if I could have it as my only pushchair, however with a 2nd floor flat and lots of travel, I absolutely would recommend it. Its certainly more robust than a Bugaboo Bee. I love mine and can't sing the praises of it and its usefulness enough.

Audm Mon 06-Jan-14 15:01:17

Apparently the YOYO 0+ will be available from mid Jan, so next week. There is not long to wait anymore. Looks absolutely great, so understand why you are looking at it!

Artandco Mon 06-Jan-14 17:06:23

You can pre order on baby dino

colinkins11 Mon 10-Feb-14 15:39:26

Hi, just to add to this, my friend has the new 0+ Babyzen YOYO (just bought it as it's only just come out) and it's soo amazingly light and easy to open and close. I'm v. jealous - wish I'd had one. Its so neat.

miki123 Sat 15-Feb-14 11:20:21

HI, just wondering, does anyone know if the Babyzen Yoyo 0+ has a removable carry cot (or something similar)? I am just wondering if it would be suitable for us - am looking for something light weight and compact (live in London and have considerable back issues), but ALSO need to be sure that we would be able to transport the carrycot part of the buggy upstairs (we live on the2nd floor with no lift) without waking the baby…thank you!!

Ihateparties Sat 15-Feb-14 12:25:55

No, it's a fabric pack that fits on the chassis instead of the forward facing 6m plus fabrics, you would have to carry the whole pushchair up.

miki123 Sat 15-Feb-14 18:44:37

Thank you Ihateparties!

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