Like the Minu’s, the Yoyo+ harness adjusts to three shoulder heights. The removable seat cushion is well-padded, and is machine washable, unlike the Minu’s. The Yoyo+ has the smallest seat, only 17 inches tall, and the lowest weight capacity of the strollers we tested, at 40 pounds (the weight of an average 5-year-old), so you may not be able to use it for as long as you would the Minu. Like the Minu, the Yoyo+ has a UPF 50+ canopy, and though it’s smaller, the canopy is set lower, and the angling of the sunshade can offer better coverage than the Minu’s when the seat is fully reclined. The canopy’s small vinyl peekaboo window has no cover. Unlike our other picks, it lacks a leg rest—an issue some Amazon reviewers complain about—but it does have a foot rest once their legs are long enough to reach. The padded buckle strap on the Yoyo+ prevents the webbing from digging into the crotch—a detail the Minu lacks. The Yoyo+ is somewhat more annoying to unbuckle than the Minu; while the Minu (and Nano) requires pushing just one button, you have to squeeze two buckles on the Yoyo+. The Yoyo+ model’s recline mechanism is better located, however, and allows you to operate it one-handed and while standing, unlike with the others we tested.

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The ergonomic design of the handlebar creates a smooth and comfortable feel on the hands. The brakes are flip-flop friendly which allows parents to park the stroller without scuffing their shoes or toes. There is also a lock on the top of the brakes that ensures that the stroller is securely parked. These wonderful features make the stroller one of the best infant car seat and stroller combos. 
Not all umbrella strollers recline, but many do. This is a very useful feature to have because it means your child is more likely to rest and sleep inside the stroller, than if it is bolt upright at all times. If you don’t have a reclining umbrella stroller, this isn’t the end of the world, because for short journeys, a simple one-seat position should be more than adequate.