Travel Stroller Side-by-Side Comparison (VIDEO)

We’ve been on a travel stroller review kick lately with our reviews of the Babyzen YoYo, GB Qbit and the Mountain Buggy Nano. It just makes sense because it’s summer and it’s the most popular time for families to hit the road with kids in tow!

We know that moms (and dads!) are busy and sometimes don’t have time to watch three separate videos and try to compare features of specific strollers on their own. Today, we are making it easier for you. We have put together a side-by-side comparison video of the YoYo, Qbit and the Nano. Yep, three different brands with different features and price points, and we show you the differences.

We know how much you love these side-by-side comparison videos so we will try to start doing more in the future!

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tiya
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How does the Recaro Easylife Compare to these? Don’t see that you did one on this stroller.
Thank you

Julie
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Hi!! Loved this review! I would also love to see a comparison between the Recaro easy life and mountain buggy nano. Maybe also the baby home emotion stroller?

Thanks!!!

Flor
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Hi Hollie!
Would love to see a comparisson btwn the Recaro Easylife vs Mountain Buggy Nano!
Thanks!!! Love your videos!!!

new mom
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great video. super helpful. thank-you!!!

Chechu
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Hi Hollie, I own a Quinny Zapp Xtra with folding seat and I think it should be included in the video. It fits in the over head bin, it’s travel system and a great travel stroller. It even has better features as a reversible seat and full recline. Tricky folding mechanisim though 🙁 … Love your reviews! Thx!

Krista
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The GB Qbit actually takes the GB car seat, Nuna, Cybex, and Maxi Cosi with the included adapters.

Tara
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Thanks for the review. Would love to see a comparison of strollers for toddlers. My son is almost 2, so we usually use shopping carts while out, but of course use a stroller while shopping at the mall, or outside at parks and festivals. For all of these places we like to have a basket, cup holder and easy recline. I find that many strollers don’t sit upright, but toddlers like to sit up. Also looking at easy fold, and not too bulky so it fits in the trunk of a car without issue. Would love to hear your opinions… Read more »
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