Best Reclineable Lightweight Travel Stroller
September 10, 2016
I currently own 3 strollers: the Orbit baby G3, the GB Pockit, and the Babyzen Yoyo+. Out of the 3, I like the Yoyo the best and find myself using it the most now that my baby is over 6 months old. While the Orbitbaby is the sturdiest and most luxe of the 3, it takes up an awful lot of space in the trunk of our car along with the stroller seat attachment. It was wonderful when my baby was a newborn as I paired the base with the infant carseat. Now that she requires a more comfortable stroller seat for extended outings, I found it more convenient to load a single compact stroller instead of the 2 separate parts of the Orbitbaby (base +stroller seat). Both the Pockit and the Yoyo fit in the footwell in front of the infant carseat, thus freeing up my entire trunk for groceries and shopping bags. While the Yoyo is slightly heavier than the Pockit, it is considerably sturdier, and has a reclineable seat that has become indispensable for naps on the go. I've also brought the Yoyo to amusement parks and have been able to fold it up and shoulder carry into various attractions. It has been a game changer for me and I've had peace of mind avoiding the possibility of theft in stroller parking areas.
Attached shoulder carrying strap
Easy to collapse and open
ConsSlightly heavier than Pockit
Best UsesAmusement Parks
Airplane Travel- fits in overhead compartment