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Pushing around or traveling with a heavy-duty stroller isn’t always the best option. Depending on your method of travel or stowing capacity, you may need something more light weight and collapsible. For this, we’re loving the gb Pockit Stroller. Have you seen it? It folds down to an amazing small size and is light weight enough to keep from being too cumbersome for travel and stowing.

With its exceptional design innovation, the Pockit is the 2014 Guinness World Recordsβ„’ most compact stroller. When folded, it is the smallest and most compact stroller currently available on the market, 11.8″ x 7″ x 13.8″ to be precise. For parents with a passion for city travel and exploring, the Pockit is the quintessential choice. With the ability to switch from pushing to carrying in seconds, it’s ideal for trips by train, plane or simply visiting your favorite cafes.

Record-breakingly small

The cleverly designed, compact fold uses the 2 x 2 D technique. This means that in only two steps, this unique stroller folds up into a compact, feather-light, handbag shaped package (9.5 lbs). Perfect for when you are on the move, and practical and easy to stow away when you’re not. It even fits into any plane or train overhead compartment!

Small but strong

Built using durable materials and expertly designed, the Pockit is small and light, but holds a child up to 55 lbs. The convenient storage basket holds up to 11 lbs of gear.

Browse the gb Pockit Stroller here.

What others are saying

“I absolutely love how compact this stroller is. The fold is glorious. I live in a small Boston apartment and compact is a BIG deal. I generally don’t buy a product unless it is either multi-purpose and/or incredibly compact. The fabrics are fantastic; they seem durable and soft at the same time.”

“Took this on vacation with us and it was an absolute life saver. The people at the airlines were amazed at how it folded up and could be tucked away above.”

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