This post was sponsored by @GBChildUsa as part of a Blog Blast Activation for Influence Central
If you’re a mom who likes to get out and about, or if you travel a lot, you know a good stroller is pretty much a necessity if you have young children. But strollers can be bulky and a hassle to get in and out of the car. And what about those times you’re strolling in the mall or downtown and decide to stop for lunch? Then comes the awkwardness of trying to park your stroller without impeding the walkway of other customers or the waitstaff.
That’s what’s so amazing about the gb Pockit Stroller, which made the 2014 Guiness World Record for most compact stroller. When the stroller is not in use, it actually folds up to be 12 x 7 x 14 inches. Yeah, that’s small enough to stow in a nice sized handbag. And the weight? Less than 10 lbs! It’s scarcely heavier than some newborns.
The gb Pockit carries children from 6 months up to 55 lbs. My 6 year old is 45 lbs and she doesn’t really need a stroller anymore, so this stroller will last until your child no longer needs it. And it can be easily folded up in two steps.
The gb Pockit stroller is available at the Babies R Us website and in stores.
Would you like a chance to win a gb Pockit stroller? Because @MomCentral and @GBChildUSA will be giving one away at their twitter party at 1-2 EST on April 28, 2016! In addition, 2 pre-party winners and 6 party winners will receive $50 Amex gift cards. Make sure you tune in with the party hashtag #gbPockit and join in a fun discussion about family adventures and how the gb Pockit is the perfect portable stroller for moms on-the-go! Be sure to tag @MomCentral and @GBChildUSA at the party!
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