Gemma is three years old, and as much as I like to think of her as a big girl now, we still rely heavily on strollers to take us from place to place. If we lived in the suburbs, maybe the scenario would be different, but in the city we walk everywhere, so if we need to rush somewhere, a stroller is required to get there on time.
I recently discovered the gb Pockit Stroller, and had to share! It holds the Guinness World Record for the world’s smallest folding stroller, folding down to the size of a handbag, fitting under an airplane seat, weighing only 9 lbs. I mean, come on! With the ability to switch from fully opened to carrying in seconds, it’s great for the train, planes or simple runs uptown.
The gb Pocket accomodaes children as young as six months old, and older little ones up to 55 lbs. I’ve even had Siella sneak in a ride from time to time. It amazes me that this stroller can haul around big kids, and still fold down to a ultra-compact package square, shaped like a handbag for easy transport and even comes with a sunshade and storage basket.
The stroller offers a self-standing folded option for added versatility when you are on the go. When in use, the Pockit offers a height-adjustable harness, which tightens or loosens easily. The front swivel wheels make maneuvering simple, and you can lock the tires for stability when strolling along uneven paths.
The gb Pockit is available at Babies”R”Us for $249.99. Here’s to the worlds smallest stroller!