Yvolution Strolly Compact Review


Kids trikes have come a long way since my eldest were little and I have fond memories of taking mine for a walk with their trikes and ending up going in circles as they insisted on steering themselves.

Thankfully times have changed and trikes are far more parent friendly and can also be used by much younger children in place of a pushchair.

Now there is a new Trike on the block – the Yvolution Strolly which comes boxed, requiring assembly.


I have to admit it did look a little scary and the instructions were not clear in some parts, but it clicks together without the need for a screwdriver or allen key and took just 20 minutes to fully assemble.

Yvolution Strolly

The Yvolution Strolly is suitable from 10 months and has an adjustable parent handle, a small attachable storage sack, reclining seat, a sturdy hood and parent steering, meaning there will be no going in circles if baby decides they want to steer.

Yvolution Strolly

Strolly Compact adapts as your little one grows and is a safe, sturdy and durable stroller that even Isaac, Eliza and Sebby could push along.

Yvolution Strolly

One of the things that sold it to me was that it had a unique folding mechanism for easy travel/storage, which I often find an issue with ours but I will admit I was disappointed.

Yvolution Strolly

The handle comes off and the back wheels fold under the seat unit and the handlebars fold out, but it is still a really bulky unit and still takes up quite a bit of room and for those with a small car boot, you would really struggle to fit it inside.

That said, I like the features of the Yvolution Strolly Compact and it will grow with your baby and convert to a trike once they are old enough to use it that way. Munchkin seemed to enjoy it too and I am looking forward to seeing all his adventures in it.

The Yvolution Strolly Compact is available from Mothercare with an RRP of £119.99.



12 thoughts on “Yvolution Strolly Compact Review

  1. Alina says:

    Having one thats easy to fold is essential, especially in this day and age when we’re here there and everywhere haha. Looks like the little one absolutely loves it too so win win 😉
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  2. Natalia says:

    what a cool design! It looks so much fun to go to the park, I’m sure the kids love it x

  3. This stroller looks very strong and durable. I like it.

  4. Rachel says:

    I like that it grows with the little one and doesn’t become obsolete as soon as they reach a certain age/weight x

  5. Charlotte says:

    I’ve seen these around and they look like so much fun! my little guy would have loved one of these when he was littler!
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  6. This looks lovely. We have a very similar one and although little man has grown out of it now, he had plenty of use out of it x
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  7. I really love these. I think they’re great for teaching little ones about pedalling too. I think they’re way more fun than pushchairs. x
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  8. I have never seen a one of these before. It is great that the children can push it around, we have a trike but it is so hard to steer at times x
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  9. Anna-Maria says:

    Lovely stroller it seems strong and durable. x
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  10. It is great that it is so durable and strong. It looks perfect for little budding adventurers!
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  11. Lisa lambert says:

    I love these but having twins we’ve never been able to get one just can justify the cost of two, I had something similar when my little girl was young though and she loved it.

  12. This is so cool! And its so good to take on holidays! shame that it takes a bit of space but this is too awesome! I love it! My son is outgrowing his push chair so maybe for the next child?
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