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The Babyzen Yoyo 2 is the next generation of the world's most famous - first travel ultra-compact ever. This minimalist yet durable buggy can be used for an older child with its forward-facing seat which doesn't offer a full recline, but also for a newborn with the 0+ textile set or a car seat attached with the optional adapters. Using the 0+ Newborn Pack, the stroller evolves into the Yoyo 0+ version, which uses the seat in a "reversed" lie-flat position suitable from birth. The Newborn Pack also includes a nest for the smallest of babies (internal measurements 70x26 cm).

Thanks to the chassis made out of aluminum and steel alloy and plastics reinforced with fiberglass, the Yoyo 2 is super durable and easy to repair even after years of use thanks to the availability of spare parts, while being eco-friendly, since a used Yoyo can be recycled... Besides, the Yoyo 2 version features a new Hytrel® system with elastomer suspension in the front, which is a unique technology using rubber. Other improvements of the Yoyo 2 are also the simpler-to-use buckle of the five-points harness, a higher weight capacity of 22 kg, and the leatherette handlebar divided in the middle with an added safety wrist strap.

You have nine textile colors to choose from, and you can opt for either a white or a black chassis. Of course, materials of the new Yoyo generation are more luxurious and with a playful feel. The padding can also be removed and fully washed. There are many optional accessories available separately, such as a leg rest and 6+ Color Pack - the set of upholstery and hood fabrics that you can change if you want to - depending on your mood.


Weight (in kg)
Unfolded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
106 × 44 × 86
Folded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
52 × 44 × 18
Brand origin
Chassis material
Maximum seat load (in kg)
Recommended age of the child (in months)
0 – 36
Reversible seat
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