For parents who need to fold their stroller up at home, hop on a bus, take a train or a plane, YOYO² with its newborn pack fits just about anywhere, folds and unfolds in a moment while you hold your baby, and can be worn over the shoulder. The stroller makes itself invisible in all circumstances and is easily stored.
When you’re out and about, your baby is comfortably snuggled in his/her soft, cozy nest pad, specially designed to accommodate newborns.
The newborn pack allows you to lay your baby completely flat, facing you, while remaining safe in the 5-point harness.
- Folds into an ultra-compact single element
- Folded cabin baggage dimensions¹
- 2.5 cm mattress which lies completely flat
- Head support and foot cover
- 5-point harness
- Pop-up canopy with two different opening positions
- Anti-UV (UPF 50+) water-repellant fabric
This version lets you clip your car seat onto the stroller frame without having to remove the fabrics.
You can go for a walk or a ride while baby sleeps peacefully in his/her car seat.
The one you need
YOYO has a new look and evolves into YOYO² to offer even more comfort and practicality, with a new reinforced frame, independent suspensions on the 4 wheels and a handlebar in faux leather.
The YOYO² stroller folds and unfolds in a moment, can be worn over the shoulder and tucks in anywhere. Cath the subway, get on a bus, jump in a taxi or fly to the other side of the world!
Still just as lightweight and compact, YOYO² has double the agility and ingenuity to make your life even easier!
The YOYO² stroller grows with your child.
Choose which seat variant to fit onto the frame and tailor it to your needs:
The 0+ newborn pack will carry your baby safely from birth, lying facing you.
The 6+ color pack allows your child to sit up facing the road, from 6 months onwards.
YOYO² is so compact that it can be stored in the smallest space at home, takes up very little room in the trunk of a car and can even be carried on the plane in both 0+ and 6+ variants.
*Cabin luggage standards may vary according to the airline and we recommend checking with your chosen airline before travelling for the latest applicable cabin luggage allowance.
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