In this GB Pockit Stroller review, I’ll show you if the smallest stroller in the world is worth investing in!
I’ve recently taken the plunge and bought myself a little car – a Toyota Yaris! I decided on the Yaris because I’d owned one before and I’m confident in its safety too.
For a small car, the Yaris is actually really spacious and as well as being ‘my’ car, it will be the one we use as a family on weekends and for trips away.
The boot isn’t huge and I expected that it will be mostly filled with a stroller for my baby boy. That was until we heard about the GB Pockit Stroller! I read a great GP Pockit review online before it arrived and was looking forward to it so much.
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GB Pockit Review
As the name might suggest, the GB Pockit Stroller is a very compact baby stroller. Compared to the umbrella stroller we used in the past, it’s crazily small when folded down.
The GB Stroller is the 2014 Guinness World Records™ most compact stroller for travel and more and I can see why! It’s certainly the best compact stroller I’ve tried.
When it arrived in this box, I first assumed it must be in pieces and my heart sank at the thought of having to build it.
That was until I opened the box and saw that it was assembled, just folded down to a teeny tiny size! It’s 30cm x 18cm x 35cm.
It’s a very lightweight stroller too (4.3kgs) and when it’s collapsed and folded up, it’s easily carried.
Assembling the GP Pockit Lightweight Stroller
I lifted it on to the floor and followed the instructions to assemble it – which is very simple. In fact, it’s almost as easy as folding out the wheels and giving it a bit of a shake! It’s a very similar assembly to most traditional umbrella strollers but this small folding stroller folds down really small.
The GB Pockit Stroller has adjustable height handles, adjustable harness, a safety wrist strap and a basket underneath. It has front swivel wheels that can be locked and it’s suitable for babies aged 6 months to 17kgs.
To fold it down, there are 2 options. This small stroller can either fold it down fully, to look like it did in the box, or you can choose the quicker option which is ideal if you’re using the foldable stroller regularly. You can see here the difference in the 2 methods and how both are still really compact:
You can see here how small and compact this fold up stroller for travel fits into my car boot! I’ve never seen such a small pram before. If you were going away, this is a very practical small stroller for travel.
Why we love the GB Pockit Stroller
I think the Goodbaby Pockit Stroller is genius – they might have called it the GP Pocket Stroller! When I was looking for a new car, my goal was to find one with a boot big enough for a stroller.
I’m pretty sure I could fit 10 of these strollers in and more!
It’s such a practical option for me because it means I can fit so much more in the car and it won’t take up too much room. It’s also self-standing, as you can see in the pics above.
Despite it’s ability to fold up so neatly, it’s surprisingly very robust and sturdy too.
This light stroller is so manageable to carry and push my baby around in and we absolutely love it! It’s made my life so much easier when we’re out and about in the new car.
And of course I now have much more room for shopping bags! I can see why do many parents think this is the best stroller for its tiny size.
Or find out about the GB Pockit Plus Stroller here.
Read next – my best stroller reviews:
- Chicco Echo Stroller Review
- iCandy Peach Stroller Review
- Storksak Travel Caddy Stroller Organiser Review
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