BABYZEN introduces YOYO connect, revolutionizing two-child transport.

Written by Emma Diacono


Posted on June 02 2021

Following in the footsteps of YOYO2, BABYZEN introduces YOYO connect, revolutionizing two-child transport.

YOYO² accompanies your child from birth to early childhood. Sturdy and super maneuverable, it has been designed to provide optimal daily comfort. Lightweight and compact, it has double the agility and ingenuity, making life so much easier for parents. With unrivaled modularity, its convenient folding and unfolding mechanism is unique.

YOYO connect is the ultimate proof that YOYO² can adapt to all your needs.

YOYO connect is a unique accessory that hooks onto the back of your YOYO² stroller.  Thanks to YOYO connect and its 5 configurations, YOYO² turns into a double stroller in a single click, so you can use it from birth and into early childhood.   

Parents are having babies later and later across the world. Siblings who are close in age are more frequent, shared care has increased exponentially, and twin births have doubled since the 1970s.

To the great relief of parents, YOYO connect is a real revolution in the world of strollers.

Ultra-light and manoeuvrable, YOYO² and YOYO connect can handle any pavements and be steered with one hand.

Once folded, YOYO connect hooks to the back of YOYO².

No two-child transport solution is as compact when folded as the YOYO² with YOYO connect (52 x 44 x 24 cm).

It’s the only two-child stroller that is allowed onboard a flight as cabin luggage¹ !

Technical features:

• Same patented folding system as YOYO², ultra-compact single element.

• 44 cm wide: they will get through any door.

• 4-wheel braking.

• Easy access to seats for both children with optimal security.

• Approved for up to 22 kg (48.5 lbs) per child.

• YOYO connect weighs the same as YOYO².


Twin configurations:

• bassinet/bassinet

• 6+ pack/6+ pack


Sibling configurations:

• bassinet/6+ pack

• 6+ pack/bassinet

• 6+ pack/car seat


¹ Cabin luggage standards may vary depending on the airline, we recommend checking with your carrier for the latest applicable cabin luggage allowance.



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