Flying just isn’t much fun: between frequent delays, shrinking seats, and other passengers being inconsiderate, it’s tough enough to fly on your own. Add a smaller passenger into the mix, and you have to worry about keeping them happy, keeping them from annoying other passengers*, and even weird hassles from the TSA**. Having the right baby gear won’t eliminate all of these trials, but it can save you a little time and worry. For instance, the marvelous BabyZen YoYo 0+ Stroller folds up small enough to go right on the plane with you, saving you the hassle of gate-checking your stroller, and easing your journey off of the plane as well. Reviewer Lisa at Best Buggy writes:
“As soon as we had disembarked the plane the BabyZen YoYo came into its own and became worth its weight in gold! We unfolded, reclined, harnessed our sleepy son into it and off we went easily pushing it through the massive airport to immigration.
“It was great. My son could peacefully be in his pushchair while we waited for what seemed like an eternity at immigration. I felt bad for the other families who looked on enviously and questioned how I had got my pushchair and why I was allowed when they clearly hadn’t. We struggled enough with our tired 3 year old, 3 x hand luggage, a handbag while juggling passports and immigration cards! With all this it was a lot easier to push a pushchair than carry a struggling, screaming, over-tired baby as well as all the other things.”
The beauty of the YoYo Stroller goes far beyond its compact fold, and the 2016 YoYo is even better than before! Watch this video demo by Mike, one of our Stroller Matchmakers, to see the differences:
Yes, it’s true: along with a new, generously-sized basket and a larger, extendable canopy, this year’s YoYo can be optimized for infants! You can order it as the BabyZen YoYo+ Complete, add the Newborn Pack, or snap car seat adapters onto the 2016 model so your Cybex car seat can ride.
Got questions about the BabyZen YoYo+ Stroller? Our experts are here to help! Visit one of our six stores, call us at 866-600-2326, email firstname.lastname@example.org, use the live chat on mbeans.com, or sign up for a FREE consultation here.
More helpful links:
*As Melanie Pinola at Lifehacker points out, some people are just jerks who don’t like kids, and will be offended that your kids are there even if they’re perfect, silent angels. Just do your best to prepare for contingencies, keep your fingers crossed, and ignore the haters.
**In the US, you will not be required to taste your pumped breast milk to prove to TSA agents that that’s what it is, but this may happen to you in other countries. ABSURD.