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Mompush Lithe V2 review: Mompush Lithe V2 vs Yoyo

by Jason

I’m yet to see any stroller as accepted and loved as the mompush lithe v2. Everybody I met and talked to about it had nothing but positive things to say about it, and if you look at other reviews online, you’ll understand what I’m talking about.

The most remarkable feature that constantly gets talked about is, drumroll, the snack tray. It initially sounds quite ridiculous until you realize that not many strollers actually come with one. The sun protection does its work remarkably well, offering very good covering, some even said they like how it covers the whole body of their child.

It also has seat that can recline all the way back, to an almost flat position, the seat also adjusts to 3 positions. If you’re the type of parent that flies regularly, this would be a very useful and convenient equipment to buy, because of how easily it can fit into overhead airplane storage compartments. It also comes with a nice traveling bag.

The mompush lithe V2 stroller can very easily turn into a bassinet. Users have also explained how much they love how easy it is to fold the whole stroller, some do it with one hand.

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Some more specs of the mompush lithe V2 stroller

Mompush lithe v2

  • It’s a lightweight, umbrella stroller that would work well in all terrains
  • The stroller weighs 17 pounds and can carry up to 40 pounds.
  • It has a 5 point safety harness, front locking wheels, brakes, a nest mode, a small window, an adjustable foot rest, can be folded with just one hand, easily converts to a bassinet, storage basket, and a seat that reclines flat.

Check it out: Mompush lithe v2

Mompush Lithe V2 vs Yoyo stroller

Now that you’ve seen just how awesome of a stroller the mompush lithe V2 is, it’s time to see how well it stacks up against another popular model.

While the mompush lithe model folds easily, even with one hand, the Babyzen Yoyo stroller folds much easier and faster, also with one hand. The folding motion looks like that of a Yoyo, which explains why exactly it got that name. It can also be worn over the shoulder, something the mompush stroller can’t do.

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The yoyo stroller is much lighter than the mompush stroller, and the storage basket can hold up to 11 pounds.

I personally found pushing the babyzen yoyo stroller easier than pushing the mompush, it just felt more maneuverable, and of course lighter to me. Also, the faux leather that the Yoyo stroller’s handlebar is made of makes it feel more comfortable to hold.

Check it out: Yoyo stroller


In my opinion, which of course depends heavily on my taste, I’ll go with the Yoyo stroller. It looks and feels more premium compared to the other, and I can get very similar features of the mompush with the yoyo stroller, but for an even lighter equipment.

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