World's Smallest Stroller Wins Guinness Book of World Record


Every parent knows that there is little more annoying than trying to fold up a stroller, pack it into a car, and then unfold it once you arrive at your destination — all with kids in tow and a million other things to carry. But what if we told you those days of wrestling with your child’s stroller might be long gone?

The GB Pockit stroller — officially in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s most compact stroller — weighs only 9 pounds and can be folded small enough to be carry-on airplane luggage. Once folded — in one of two different ways — the Pockit is self-standing, snaps together, and can be carried easily. It pops back open in less than a second and can support kiddos from the age of 6 months to a weight of 55 pounds.

The stroller will be available to the public in the spring for $229. We have a feeling that quite a few parents will be running out for it as soon as it hits the shelves.

Watch the video to see the folding demonstration and to hear more about this magic stroller. —Alessia Santoro

(Photo: GB Child)

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