The gb Pockit is Perfect for Family and City Travel

“This post was sponsored by @GBChildUsa as part of a Blog Blast Activation for Influence Central.”

I know when my daughter was younger I didn't go out as much as I wanted to because I didn't want to lug around a stroller on top of my baby bag. I live one flight up so it was hard to carry my daughter, the stroller and my bag. When I saw the gb Pockit I knew this would have been the perfect solution to traveling alone and more often with a small child in tow. It is also the perfect stroller to take with you when you are doing family travel because it's so compact that you will have space to carry everything else you need.

The gb Pockit can be used from 6 months up to 55 lbs. The fold-away dimensions (compact fold) measure 11.8" x 7.1" x 19.9: The fold-away dimensions (ultra-compact fold) are 11.8" x 7.1" x 13.8". The full size dimensions are 28" x 17.5" x 39.8". It is the world's smallest folded stroller according to the 2014 Guinness World Records. You can easily fold it using the 2 x 2 D technique which means that it only takes two steps to close it. It is also super light at just. 9.5 lbs.

gb Pocket features:
  • Self-standing when folded. 
  • Small but strong and built of durable materials. 
  • One-hand push for convenient pushing and steering. 
  • Adjustable harness. 
  • Front swivel wheels that can be locked for stability on uneven surfaces. 
The gb Pockit comes in six colors and is available at Babies ‘R’

Come and join me and gb for the #gbPockit Twitter Party:
Date: Thursday, April 28, 2016
Time: 1 – 2 PM ET
Moderators: @MomCentral
Brand Participants: @GBChildUSA
Party hashtags: #gbPockit
Prizes: 2 pre-party winners and 6 party winners will receive $50 Amex gift cards and 1 grand prize winner will receive the gb Pockit Stroller
Party Focus: We’ll be chatting about family adventures, whether a jet-setting vacation or a weekend getaway, the gb Pockit gives on-the-go Moms a portable stroller, ideal for all of our family travels.

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1 comment

  1. Wow, that's amazing that it can fold up so small! That would make it much easier to get in and out of the car. I remember struggling with that when my kids were younger.