Our current stroller is the Babyzen YoYo+ and it is so near perfect for me! We originally got this stroller because of how well it suits people who travel a lot. The YoYo+ folds down super small and is perfect for taking on trains and for weekends away when you need the space in a hotel room. As nice as the stroller is on its own, there is a great range of travel accessories that you can get to go with it and Kiddies Kingdom is a great stockist!
As I work from home and John works in an office, we are lucky enough to be able to go away for a few days at a time or a weekend here and there. We also have a holiday booked to Majorca in April and as excited as I am, I also have a million things going on in my head about Erin and travelling with her.
We’re very lucky that the Babyzen YoYo+ folds small enough to fit in the overhead luggage area on a plane, meaning it doesn’t need to go as checked luggage. This gives me a bit of peace of mind but luggage does still roll around up there and I don’t want the stroller getting ruined. The Babyzen travel bag is going to help me travel with one less thing to think about.
The bag folds from being flat to having a sturdy bottom, a velcro pocket on the front and space for the carry handle to go through. The Babyzen YoYo is as protected as it can be in this bag and it looks really nice at the same time! I think the bag is stylish while being super practical at the same time!
One of my biggest worries about travelling to places like Majorca are the mosquitoes. Erin has never been anywhere with them before so we don’t yet know if she’ll have a reaction to a bite or if they’ll even bother with her at all. However, I think it’s really important to take as many precautions as possible with this which is why we have the Babyzen Insect Shield.
The insect shield is easy to fit once you figure it out. It doesn’t come with instructions and I spent 10 minutes trying to put it on upside down until I checked in with Youtube.
The insect shield attaches to the hood with elastic but there are three points down the length of the stroller where it clips to the edges, meaning there is barely any free space for the bugs to get in. The bottom is also really well covered and there is even space for Erin’s feet inside so so she isn’t squished up in there.
This also comes in a handy travel bag of its own which can be put in the front pocket of the travel bag, keeping it all together!
These two simple travel accessories are perfect for both the UK and abroad. They don’t take up much space and they work really well together. I couldn’t be happier!
Do you have any travel accessories for your pushchair/ stroller?
Disclaimer: We received these items for the purpose of this review. All opinions are our own.