Ratings Summary
4.6
out of 5.0
132 Reviews
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5 Star
65% (86)
4 Star
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3 Star
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Recommend
Light Weight and Compact Stroller
By Molyya
from Long Beach, California
on March 24, 2022
Verified Buyer
The stroller is very compact and light. It's very easy to travel with, however, this new version this new version is slightly heavy than the old one. It has better canopy, but in term of seat space. It's about the same. I gave 4 start because I still prefer the old version due to the lightest weight.
Handy Stroller
By David
from Louisiana
on May 3, 2021
Verified Buyer
This stroller would work well for traveling. We’ve used it around our neighborhood a few times. We have not yet used it to go to the store but since it folds up and is narrow, I’m sure it would be convenient.
Pros
  • Lightweight
  • Narrow width
Cons
  • Basket is pretty small
  • No cupholder
Great compact stroller!!!!
By Paulina C.
from California
on March 30, 2021
Verified Buyer
Awesome stroller that fits everywere. Also carry on size. Recommend it.
Pros
  • Lightweight
  • Airplane bin size
  • Roomiest
Best Uses
  • Travel
Awesome !
By Anita
from New York
on March 17, 2021
Verified Buyer
So tiny but so sturdy my two-year-old loves it I bought it because we are going on a trip to Europe in the summer I need something more compact for the airport and plane and this is going to do it!
THE BEST!
By Gaudy
from Brooklyn
on November 5, 2020
Verified Buyer
This has been the best stroller I had purchase for my 1 year old baby boy. Since he was born I had purchase 5 different strollers and this has been the best one ever. Love it, would definitely recommend this strooler for anyone. Very comfortable, convenient and easy to maneuver.
Sturdy, compact, portable, comfortable
By Susan
from Wilmington, DE, USA
on October 25, 2020
Verified Buyer
What more could you ask for? We took this to Europe and travelled all over cobblestones streets with this stroller load up. It performed like a champ! I just bought a second one as a shower gift for my other daughter who is expecting her first child soon. It is a winner. The carrying case is terrific. You can bring this stroller onboard the airplane in the carrying case and store it in an overhead bin. No waiting for your stroller to have to come through the baggage claim worrying that it will get lost, stolen or damaged.
SO amazing that it's compact but has it's cons.
By Diana
from Glen Ellyn, Illinois
on August 16, 2020
Verified Buyer
I didn't really expect much because of its ability to fold down to such a small size but my only complaints are that i wish it reclined lower and the stroller feels wobbly and flimsy on bumps. I have a Nuna Tavo and Uppababy Vista and I've been using this stroller a lot more lately because I have a Wrangler and our trunk size isn't the greatest. This stroller is so compact, I don't need to put it in the trunk because it actually fits right under the baby's convertible car seat on the floor which makes it easier for me because I don't have to walk back and forth from the trunk when I get my daughter in and out.
Worth every penny
By Desteny
from New york
on July 19, 2020
The close is effortless. I have no problems with the wheels. Its light weight and the most compact stroller ever created
Pros
  • Light, smooth ride, soft material, great wheels
Best Uses
  • City use
Cons
  • Small canopy , seemingly doesnt hold much weight additional to a child.
Super compact fold
By Yvo S.
from Jersey City
on June 4, 2020
i had a little trouble getting the stroller to fold back to the smallest fold, but even the regular fold is quite compact! The stroller steers very easily even one handed and makes for pleasant walks. Unfortunately I haven't been able to walk outside as much given the current events but am eager to use it more as things open up here!
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Super compact fold
By Yvo S.
from Jersey City
on June 4, 2020
i had a little trouble getting the stroller to fold back to the smallest fold, but even the regular fold is quite compact! The stroller steers very easily even one handed and makes for pleasant walks. Unfortunately I haven't been able to walk outside as much given the current events but am eager to use it more as things open up here!
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Perfect for travel and everyday errands!
By Bella
from Hoboken, NJ
on May 24, 2020
I have had this stroller for 3 months now and love it! I originally thought it was going to just be our travel stroller, but it has replaced our full-sized stroller in the trunk of my car! It folds up so small and is super light weight, it can fit in a suitcase or an airplane overhead bin and takes up no space in a car trunk. I love that I can buy everything that I need when I go out without having to worry about fitting everything around a full-size stroller in my trunk! Only down side is that it is a two handed fold and unfold, but because of its compact size I actually leave it in a half folded position in the car so that it is easier for me to unfold it while holding my 13 month old. I also like the fact that the seat back is a mesh material so my baby doesn't over heat in the warmer months and then a padded back accessory can be added in the colder months to keep her warm. Great travel stroller and so much more that's for sure!
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Perfect for travel and everyday errands!
By Bella
from Hoboken, NJ
on May 24, 2020
I have had this stroller for 3 months now and love it! I originally thought it was going to just be our travel stroller, but it has replaced our full-sized stroller in the trunk of my car! It folds up so small and is super light weight, it can fit in a suitcase or an airplane overhead bin and takes up no space in a car trunk. I love that I can buy everything that I need when I go out without having to worry about fitting everything around a full-size stroller in my trunk! Only down side is that it is a two handed fold and unfold, but because of its compact size I actually leave it in a half folded position in the car so that it is easier for me to unfold it while holding my 13 month old. I also like the fact that the seat back is a mesh material so my baby doesn't over heat in the warmer months and then a padded back accessory can be added in the colder months to keep her warm. Great travel stroller and so much more that's for sure!
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Great compact travel stroller
By lbigger
from Atlanta, GA
on May 22, 2020
This stroller is perfect for travel! Its compact, light weight and super breathable--perfect for hot summer months! My toddler loves it! It is a good size for either my 1 year old or my 3 year old to use and does well on side walks too! I would for sure recommend this to friends, especially for travel or those who live in small homes with limited storage. It folds up so well and is great for stashing in a closet. I received this product as part of the Savvy Parent review panel.
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Great compact travel stroller
By lbigger
from Atlanta, GA
on May 22, 2020
This stroller is perfect for travel! Its compact, light weight and super breathable--perfect for hot summer months! My toddler loves it! It is a good size for either my 1 year old or my 3 year old to use and does well on side walks too! I would for sure recommend this to friends, especially for travel or those who live in small homes with limited storage. It folds up so well and is great for stashing in a closet. I received this product as part of the Savvy Parent review panel.
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Good Features
By Bklyn k.
from Brooklyn, NY
on May 21, 2020
I bought this a month or so ago and its a nice light stroller but not quite what I expected. Love the color but to open and fold it back what a bit challenging not as easy as I expected and my daughter didn't look comfortable sitting in the stroller either. Maybe a older child would fit comfortably but i feel this should have universal Usage for at least ages 4 months and up.
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Good Features
By Bklyn k.
from Brooklyn, NY
on May 21, 2020
I bought this a month or so ago and its a nice light stroller but not quite what I expected. Love the color but to open and fold it back what a bit challenging not as easy as I expected and my daughter didn't look comfortable sitting in the stroller either. Maybe a older child would fit comfortably but i feel this should have universal Usage for at least ages 4 months and up.
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A good lightweight stroller
By anniebonanza
from Brooklyn, NY
on May 14, 2020
This stroller is great if you want something truly lightweight and compact. We love that it works with our infant car seat and is so light - very easy to carry up the steps in our building/on the subway/etc. It isn't the easiest stroller to unfold and fold, you have to watch the video a couple times to really get the hang of it. But it handles reasonably well for a lightweight stroller and is flexible for both our baby in her infant seat and/or our toddler. It is simple, light, and does the trick!
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A good lightweight stroller
By anniebonanza
from Brooklyn, NY
on May 14, 2020
This stroller is great if you want something truly lightweight and compact. We love that it works with our infant car seat and is so light - very easy to carry up the steps in our building/on the subway/etc. It isn't the easiest stroller to unfold and fold, you have to watch the video a couple times to really get the hang of it. But it handles reasonably well for a lightweight stroller and is flexible for both our baby in her infant seat and/or our toddler. It is simple, light, and does the trick!
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Great upgrade
By chris h.
from CA
on May 6, 2020
Verified Buyer
the canopy on this is better than the regular Pockit, and I like the reclining seat and the easy folding.
Compact and cute
By Amber96
from Bellingham, WA
on May 6, 2020
The ease of use this stroller provides is key for my family. It opens so smoothly and closes into it's compact storage size just as easily. It's small enough that it fits comfortably under my 3yr old sisters feet while she's in her car seat. As someone who is 6' tall, this stroller (and every other stroller I've used) doesn't have long enough handles for me to steer and not accidentally bump the stroller with my feet every once in a while. The ease of use for this stroller makes it worth it though! Plus it's super cute, I prefer using it over any of the other 4 strollers I've used over the last year.
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Compact and cute
By Amber96
from Bellingham, WA
on May 6, 2020
The ease of use this stroller provides is key for my family. It opens so smoothly and closes into it's compact storage size just as easily. It's small enough that it fits comfortably under my 3yr old sisters feet while she's in her car seat. As someone who is 6' tall, this stroller (and every other stroller I've used) doesn't have long enough handles for me to steer and not accidentally bump the stroller with my feet every once in a while. The ease of use for this stroller makes it worth it though! Plus it's super cute, I prefer using it over any of the other 4 strollers I've used over the last year.
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Lightweight and compact stroller!
By Smith
from Wa,Seattle
on May 5, 2020
I have been using this stroller for the last one month.This stroller is lightweight. If you are concerned about stroller weight then GB Pockit stroller is just around 10 pounds. There is no tension with folding since the Freestanding fold mechanism helps to fold it with ease. This is an ultra portable stroller so it can be taken as hand luggage while traveling. Also it features a Mesh and breathable fabric which is very easy to clean. This stroller have a durable aluminum frame and also a five point safety harness. Along with that Ge stroller have lockable front swivel wheels. There is a rear-wheel parking brake which can be locked into place with tap of a toe. Since its very compact It takes a very less Storage space compared to other all terrain strollers in market. Overhead canopy is provided for protection from sun. There is an underseat storage which will store the essentials for your baby/ toddler. The handle bars are very soft and padded. Cons: Taller persons will find a bit difficult to hold the handle since the height is adjustable only to some limits. Canopy is small. Reclining option is not available.(You can find this option in another version of the same stroller) Overall this is the most compact , lightweight and easy to use and store stroller.
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Lightweight and compact stroller!
By Smith
from Wa,Seattle
on May 5, 2020
I have been using this stroller for the last one month.This stroller is lightweight. If you are concerned about stroller weight then GB Pockit stroller is just around 10 pounds. There is no tension with folding since the Freestanding fold mechanism helps to fold it with ease. This is an ultra portable stroller so it can be taken as hand luggage while traveling. Also it features a Mesh and breathable fabric which is very easy to clean. This stroller have a durable aluminum frame and also a five point safety harness. Along with that Ge stroller have lockable front swivel wheels. There is a rear-wheel parking brake which can be locked into place with tap of a toe. Since its very compact It takes a very less Storage space compared to other all terrain strollers in market. Overhead canopy is provided for protection from sun. There is an underseat storage which will store the essentials for your baby/ toddler. The handle bars are very soft and padded. Cons: Taller persons will find a bit difficult to hold the handle since the height is adjustable only to some limits. Canopy is small. Reclining option is not available.(You can find this option in another version of the same stroller) Overall this is the most compact , lightweight and easy to use and store stroller.
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Great purchase
By Noel
from Turlock, California
on May 4, 2020
Verified Buyer
Just what we were looking for it’s super light, compact we can take it anywhere it’s comfortable we love it
The best of both worlds!
By UGADad
from GA
on May 1, 2020
We were excited to try the Pockit+All-City stroller since we already loved our original Pockit stroller. The best part about these strollers is there compact size when folded. The All-City is not quite as compact as the Pockit Lightweight, but it is still very small and light. I also love that it will stand up when it's folded. The other feature that we like about this stroller is the upgraded suspension on the front wheels. It makes for a a much smoother ride. There is no need to have two strollers with the Pockit+All-City, as they have combined the best of both worlds. Even though it's a portable, compact stroller it has all the essential features of bulky strollers. They have improved the break to a foot break which is very nice, and they've also put in a recline feature which is great if your kiddo likes to nap on the go. The sunshade is much more significant, and the overall appearance has greatly improved. The storage bin below seems much more functional and accessible. Also the height adjustment on the handles make for a more comfortable experience for taller parents. Overall we've really enjoyed this stroller, and even though we have a few other strollers at home, the Pockit strollers are the only ones we have in the trunks of our cars.
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The best of both worlds!
By UGADad
from GA
on May 1, 2020
We were excited to try the Pockit+All-City stroller since we already loved our original Pockit stroller. The best part about these strollers is there compact size when folded. The All-City is not quite as compact as the Pockit Lightweight, but it is still very small and light. I also love that it will stand up when it's folded. The other feature that we like about this stroller is the upgraded suspension on the front wheels. It makes for a a much smoother ride. There is no need to have two strollers with the Pockit+All-City, as they have combined the best of both worlds. Even though it's a portable, compact stroller it has all the essential features of bulky strollers. They have improved the break to a foot break which is very nice, and they've also put in a recline feature which is great if your kiddo likes to nap on the go. The sunshade is much more significant, and the overall appearance has greatly improved. The storage bin below seems much more functional and accessible. Also the height adjustment on the handles make for a more comfortable experience for taller parents. Overall we've really enjoyed this stroller, and even though we have a few other strollers at home, the Pockit strollers are the only ones we have in the trunks of our cars.
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Small compatibility and great on the go stroller
By Ocjackieo
from Orange county, California
on April 30, 2020
I am really impressed with how compact this stroller is. It Is made East for storage as it folds so small. But don't let the fold discourage you this is a full size stroller it has all the bells and whistles of a traditional stroller. What I love about its compatibility is that I can store underneath the seats instead of the trunk of the car. I love the extension of the handles. If you want to walk on a longer stride or closer to your body you can do so by adjusting the height. I love that I can utilize this stroller for my 2 year old and 4 year old as it's interchangeable by adjusting the straps. I love the mesh paneling of the stroller as it allows air to flow in through the back. It also has a tuck away canopy that can be used on a sunny day to protect from the heat or placed down to enjoy a cool day.
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Small compatibility and great on the go stroller
By Ocjackieo
from Orange county, California
on April 30, 2020
I am really impressed with how compact this stroller is. It Is made East for storage as it folds so small. But don't let the fold discourage you this is a full size stroller it has all the bells and whistles of a traditional stroller. What I love about its compatibility is that I can store underneath the seats instead of the trunk of the car. I love the extension of the handles. If you want to walk on a longer stride or closer to your body you can do so by adjusting the height. I love that I can utilize this stroller for my 2 year old and 4 year old as it's interchangeable by adjusting the straps. I love the mesh paneling of the stroller as it allows air to flow in through the back. It also has a tuck away canopy that can be used on a sunny day to protect from the heat or placed down to enjoy a cool day.
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Fantastic for travel (and to keep in your car).
By AKW8
from Boston, MA
on April 29, 2020
I've had this for a couple months, and my kids are loving their new stroller! We were excited to take it with us to Miami, but unfortunately our trip was cancelled so to pretend we were going on a trip we've used it in the house, and outside :) I have 3 kids (4.5yo who's 43" and 43lbs, a 2.5yo who's 38" and 38lbs, and a 6mo who is 28" and 20lbs.) all three of my kids have ridden in it (with adjustments). And my older 2 have pushed each other and their sister. I love how small it folds up, I keep it in a lulu lemon bag. I love the telescoping handle bars, my kids can push and so can I comfortably. The overhead coverage is better than I expected for such a compact stroller. The recline is not a full recline, but all the kids were satisfied:) the under basket storage is small, but when I'm traveling I typically wouldn't use it anyway. My older 2 said it was comfortable and I love how small the footprint is. We could "go for walks" inside! I don't think I'll use it much outside unless I'm on a trip since their doesn't appear to be much for suspension and the tired seem like they'd get eaten up, but it's a perfect stroller for the mall/traveling. Also, I like that there are 2 folds, I was intimidated by the smaller fold and one that took a little practice and I generally don't use, but I like knowing I can. Ps. I had my eye on this stroller for months! So glad to have it :)
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Fantastic for travel (and to keep in your car).
By AKW8
from Boston, MA
on April 29, 2020
I've had this for a couple months, and my kids are loving their new stroller! We were excited to take it with us to Miami, but unfortunately our trip was cancelled so to pretend we were going on a trip we've used it in the house, and outside :) I have 3 kids (4.5yo who's 43" and 43lbs, a 2.5yo who's 38" and 38lbs, and a 6mo who is 28" and 20lbs.) all three of my kids have ridden in it (with adjustments). And my older 2 have pushed each other and their sister. I love how small it folds up, I keep it in a lulu lemon bag. I love the telescoping handle bars, my kids can push and so can I comfortably. The overhead coverage is better than I expected for such a compact stroller. The recline is not a full recline, but all the kids were satisfied:) the under basket storage is small, but when I'm traveling I typically wouldn't use it anyway. My older 2 said it was comfortable and I love how small the footprint is. We could "go for walks" inside! I don't think I'll use it much outside unless I'm on a trip since their doesn't appear to be much for suspension and the tired seem like they'd get eaten up, but it's a perfect stroller for the mall/traveling. Also, I like that there are 2 folds, I was intimidated by the smaller fold and one that took a little practice and I generally don't use, but I like knowing I can. Ps. I had my eye on this stroller for months! So glad to have it :)
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Best Safety
By Momo
from Calumet City, IL
on April 27, 2020
I received this some weeks ago but was unable to test it out due to the pandemic... The stroller was was easy to setup, as it does not require any special skill or tools. It took less than 2 minutes to set it up. The back rest provides enough support.
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Wonderful stroller!
By musicluvr471
from Simpsonville, SC
on April 27, 2020
Our 11 month old daughter absolutely loves this stroller!! We had used a different brand of stroller prior to receiving this product and our daughter never liked riding in it. She couldn't see out very well and she always got hot. This stroller is very well ventilated to always keep her cool and it provides her with full views of the world as she is riding! It is also amazingly compact and easy to take on the go. I enjoy the fact that it is lightweight as the stroller we had previously was so bulky and heavy. The straps are padded and seem comfortable. We also like the sun shade that provides her with coverage while not blocking the breeze. I know our daughter will enjoy this stroller for years to come!
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Best Safety
By Momo
from Calumet City, IL
on April 27, 2020
I received this some weeks ago but was unable to test it out due to the pandemic... The stroller was was easy to setup, as it does not require any special skill or tools. It took less than 2 minutes to set it up. The back rest provides enough support.
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Wonderful stroller!
By musicluvr471
from Simpsonville, SC
on April 27, 2020
Our 11 month old daughter absolutely loves this stroller!! We had used a different brand of stroller prior to receiving this product and our daughter never liked riding in it. She couldn't see out very well and she always got hot. This stroller is very well ventilated to always keep her cool and it provides her with full views of the world as she is riding! It is also amazingly compact and easy to take on the go. I enjoy the fact that it is lightweight as the stroller we had previously was so bulky and heavy. The straps are padded and seem comfortable. We also like the sun shade that provides her with coverage while not blocking the breeze. I know our daughter will enjoy this stroller for years to come!
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Good compact traveller
By shivie28
from Chicago, IL
on April 20, 2020
Hi, really wanted to use this on a trip we had planned however with COVID19 we cancelled our travel plans. The stroller folds very nicely and would make for a perfect airport stroller to fit in the overhead bins. The stroller is a nice upgrade for GB pockit. I'll list my pros/cons Pros: -compact fold. LOVE THIS for planes, metros, restaurants anywhere where a bulky stroller can be an annoyance -recline. My son enjoyed a nice nap in the recline while we walked around -lightweight -adaptors for travel system. If you have a Cybex or GB carseat, this is a nice feature Cons: -short handles. We are tall and the handles are a bit short -picture manual. Manual is all pictures and was difficult to figure out all the features of the stroller -bumpy ride. Despite being call all terrain, it's difficult of a compact lightweight stroller to absorb all the bumps of a sidewalk. I noticed a difference between this and my regular stroller (Uppababy Vista) -locking mechanism. I felt the locks didn't lock properly. The stroller kept moving despite being locked. All in all a good travel stroller, which is what it's intended for.
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Good compact traveller
By shivie28
from Chicago, IL
on April 20, 2020
Hi, really wanted to use this on a trip we had planned however with COVID19 we cancelled our travel plans. The stroller folds very nicely and would make for a perfect airport stroller to fit in the overhead bins. The stroller is a nice upgrade for GB pockit. I'll list my pros/cons Pros: -compact fold. LOVE THIS for planes, metros, restaurants anywhere where a bulky stroller can be an annoyance -recline. My son enjoyed a nice nap in the recline while we walked around -lightweight -adaptors for travel system. If you have a Cybex or GB carseat, this is a nice feature Cons: -short handles. We are tall and the handles are a bit short -picture manual. Manual is all pictures and was difficult to figure out all the features of the stroller -bumpy ride. Despite being call all terrain, it's difficult of a compact lightweight stroller to absorb all the bumps of a sidewalk. I noticed a difference between this and my regular stroller (Uppababy Vista) -locking mechanism. I felt the locks didn't lock properly. The stroller kept moving despite being locked. All in all a good travel stroller, which is what it's intended for.
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Finally a truly compact stroller
By Amenthes
from Royersford, PA
on April 18, 2020
This stroller is perfect. I can't say enough good about it. My husband and I are both not looking to switching to a mid-size vehicle. We have our cars and they work with the car seat. The one problem we ran into consistently is space for the gargantuan stroller. Strollers are huge. Why? All we wanted was a stroller that was less bulky than a traditional stroller but better than an umbrella stroller. Pros: folds up into a super compact size. Fairly easy to do also. Smooth wheeling. Great maneuvering. Cons: requires practice to get good at folding and unfolding quickly.
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Finally a truly compact stroller
By Amenthes
from Royersford, PA
on April 18, 2020
This stroller is perfect. I can't say enough good about it. My husband and I are both not looking to switching to a mid-size vehicle. We have our cars and they work with the car seat. The one problem we ran into consistently is space for the gargantuan stroller. Strollers are huge. Why? All we wanted was a stroller that was less bulky than a traditional stroller but better than an umbrella stroller. Pros: folds up into a super compact size. Fairly easy to do also. Smooth wheeling. Great maneuvering. Cons: requires practice to get good at folding and unfolding quickly.
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Very Lightweight and Sturdy
By NickFromCT
from Wilton, CT
on April 16, 2020
Quality lightweight stroller. Very easy to fold/unfold. The day we received the stroller my daughter immediately climbed into the stroller canopy and had me push her around our house all day. I wish it did come with a cup holder, but they do offer a lot of accessories sold separately.
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Very Lightweight and Sturdy
By NickFromCT
from Wilton, CT
on April 16, 2020
Quality lightweight stroller. Very easy to fold/unfold. The day we received the stroller my daughter immediately climbed into the stroller canopy and had me push her around our house all day. I wish it did come with a cup holder, but they do offer a lot of accessories sold separately.
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Extremely portable and lightweight
By Melody_Lane
from Little Rock, Arkansas
on April 15, 2020
I received this stroller to review approximately one month ago. It is the most lightweight stroller I've ever used and collapses into a very small, easy to store size. Collapse/expansion of this stroller does take some practice but it's very simple once you get the hang of it. It steers very easily (as long as the wheel locks on the front are off) and seems comfortable. The sun shade is pretty useless and very small/flimsy. For travel/flights, I think this would be an excellent choice for a stroller. It fit my 18 month old comfortably with room to spare. The basket underneath is small and as a result, I did not use it. I am not sure I'd use this for jogging/running, but it is great for travel and short trips. If you're used to more rigid/larger strollers, this one may feel flimsy in comparison.
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Extremely portable and lightweight
By Melody_Lane
from Little Rock, Arkansas
on April 15, 2020
I received this stroller to review approximately one month ago. It is the most lightweight stroller I've ever used and collapses into a very small, easy to store size. Collapse/expansion of this stroller does take some practice but it's very simple once you get the hang of it. It steers very easily (as long as the wheel locks on the front are off) and seems comfortable. The sun shade is pretty useless and very small/flimsy. For travel/flights, I think this would be an excellent choice for a stroller. It fit my 18 month old comfortably with room to spare. The basket underneath is small and as a result, I did not use it. I am not sure I'd use this for jogging/running, but it is great for travel and short trips. If you're used to more rigid/larger strollers, this one may feel flimsy in comparison.
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8 thumbs up!
By sunshinegrl
from Orange County, CA
on April 13, 2020
I (we) love this stroller! Compact, light weight, and easy to steer with one hand. My son normally hates car seats or strollers, but he took to this one right away and actually enjoyed riding in it. I've taken this stroller around our city blocks as well as through the dirt/sand at the local nature center. While maneuverability wasn't a problem in any terrain we tried, I chose not to use it in sand anymore to better preserve the wheels. Both my parents, spouse, and myself tried the stroller and every gave it two thumbs up. My mother who has bad wrists especially liked how you could push it in different hand placement positions. Additionally, the tallest (6' 1") and shortest (5' 2") were able to walk normal and did not have to adjust their stride to fit the stroller. The only improvments would be to add a place to store a water cup or bottle and perhaps make the storage underneath bigger. Otherwise, fabulous stroller!
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Everything You Need in an Ultra-Compact Stroller
By LaraP
from San Diego, CA
on April 13, 2020
This stroller is tiny & mighty and I love it! It has completely replaced my bulky (and expensive!!) Cybex Priam stroller. The Priam was a very tight fit in my small SUV (BMW X1) but the GB Pocket+ folds up so small it fits with tons of room to spare. It really was a game changer for me, as I never brought a stroller with me before. I love that it comes with attachments to use with a car seat. It's one of the few strollers out there that's compatible with my Cybex Cloud car seat. Of course, it's not as solid and smooth as a full-size luxury stroller, but I don't mind it. It's perfect for short outings to the mall, grocery store, zoo, neighborhood walks, travel, and travel.
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8 thumbs up!
By sunshinegrl
from Orange County, CA
on April 13, 2020
I (we) love this stroller! Compact, light weight, and easy to steer with one hand. My son normally hates car seats or strollers, but he took to this one right away and actually enjoyed riding in it. I've taken this stroller around our city blocks as well as through the dirt/sand at the local nature center. While maneuverability wasn't a problem in any terrain we tried, I chose not to use it in sand anymore to better preserve the wheels. Both my parents, spouse, and myself tried the stroller and every gave it two thumbs up. My mother who has bad wrists especially liked how you could push it in different hand placement positions. Additionally, the tallest (6' 1") and shortest (5' 2") were able to walk normal and did not have to adjust their stride to fit the stroller. The only improvments would be to add a place to store a water cup or bottle and perhaps make the storage underneath bigger. Otherwise, fabulous stroller!
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Everything You Need in an Ultra-Compact Stroller
By LaraP
from San Diego, CA
on April 13, 2020
This stroller is tiny & mighty and I love it! It has completely replaced my bulky (and expensive!!) Cybex Priam stroller. The Priam was a very tight fit in my small SUV (BMW X1) but the GB Pocket+ folds up so small it fits with tons of room to spare. It really was a game changer for me, as I never brought a stroller with me before. I love that it comes with attachments to use with a car seat. It's one of the few strollers out there that's compatible with my Cybex Cloud car seat. Of course, it's not as solid and smooth as a full-size luxury stroller, but I don't mind it. It's perfect for short outings to the mall, grocery store, zoo, neighborhood walks, travel, and travel.
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Compact Stroller
By dnnhfy
from Jacksonville, Florida
on April 12, 2020
I've had this stroller for a month now. I must say this stroller is really compact. I love the features especially, how small it gets when it's folded at the second fold. It does require two hands when folding it up, but it's simple and quick. The stroller is not too heavy that I could carry it with one hand when folded. It actually feels lighter when it's not folded up. I love the sleek, 4 wheel-design as I'm not exactly fond of the wheels from the other versions. The wheels are smooth when taking it out for a walk over pavement. It's easy to maneuver around, even when using one hand to push it around. The basket is small, but it's expected with a compact stroller. It would fit small essentials like a sweater, sippy cup, wipes case, and diapers. I wouldn't hang a heavy bag on the handlebar in case it tips over. My 3 year old definitely approves of the stroller. As soon as I unboxed it, my son jumped right into the strollers asking me to take him somewhere. He was really comfortable in it and didn't mind being strapped. Can't wait to take this stroller on our next vacation!
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Compact Stroller
By dnnhfy
from Jacksonville, Florida
on April 12, 2020
I've had this stroller for a month now. I must say this stroller is really compact. I love the features especially, how small it gets when it's folded at the second fold. It does require two hands when folding it up, but it's simple and quick. The stroller is not too heavy that I could carry it with one hand when folded. It actually feels lighter when it's not folded up. I love the sleek, 4 wheel-design as I'm not exactly fond of the wheels from the other versions. The wheels are smooth when taking it out for a walk over pavement. It's easy to maneuver around, even when using one hand to push it around. The basket is small, but it's expected with a compact stroller. It would fit small essentials like a sweater, sippy cup, wipes case, and diapers. I wouldn't hang a heavy bag on the handlebar in case it tips over. My 3 year old definitely approves of the stroller. As soon as I unboxed it, my son jumped right into the strollers asking me to take him somewhere. He was really comfortable in it and didn't mind being strapped. Can't wait to take this stroller on our next vacation!
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Convenient little travel stroller; poorly named
By transfergirl
from Boston, MA
on April 11, 2020
I received this for the purpose of writing a review. The Pockit is the most compact stroller on the market as of April 2020, folding neatly into a rectangle that fits easily in the overhead bin or under the seat on most planes. That being said, it is important to consider that its size comes at the expense of convenient features available on other strollers. The Pockit Air All-Terrain is poorly named. GoodBaby's own description of its "all-terrain" capability claims that its double wheels not getting stuck between cobblestones makes it all-terrain. You can also lock the wheels in place to make the stroller move on grass and rougher surfaces. But that does not mean it is ideal to use on all terrains. If you're going to place "all-terrain" in the name of a product, the product should excel on all terrains. And this does not. I pushed it on gravel and had to lock the wheels for it to move. It was still a struggle. The Pockit Air feels flimsy on uneven pavement and level grass. Now: as a travel stroller? This is the appeal of the Pockit Air. This is a lightweight, secondary travel stroller for temporary use, to contain a baby/toddler while traversing the airport or visiting away from home. I presume that a travel stroller will not be the sturdiest, cushiest, roomiest, or with the largest storage. This is indeed, lightweight at just over 10 pounds, and very compact when folded. It excels as a "just in case" spare stroller, too, if dealing with an older sibling who may not exclusively walk. Maximum weight load is graded to 55 pounds. The best part of this stroller is its super-compact fold. One particular video demo comparing the strollers in the the 2019 Pockit collection show amazingly quick folds and unfolds. However, I found the joints to be a bit too stiff to replicate the quick actions. Perhaps some silicone spray on the joints will do the trick. Due to the acquisition and review time of this stroller being at the height of COVID-19 in the U.S., I unfortunately did not get to test this at the airport or on a plane. However, it is smaller than my global carry-on luggage (see photo), which definitely fits in the overhead bin of the Embraer 190 aircraft. What I was able to do was place the Pockit Air in the large basket of my heavy duty double stroller (see photo). The Pockit Air is very handy when pushing my twin babies and my first born toddler decides she's not walking anymore. It is extremely compact, even in comparison (see photo) to the tri-fold travel stroller that served as my main stroller when my toddler had no siblings. As a flight attendant, I can confidently say that once folded, this should fit into the overhead bins of most aircrafts that seat 100+ people. This should easily fit underneath the seat in front of you. It should be noted that there are two options to fold. The super-compact fold, which involves tucking in the rear wheels before folding, is ideal for storage in the overhead bin or under the plane seat in front of you. If you don't need to secure it on the plane, you can save a step and fold without tucking the rear wheels for what is a slightly larger, but still compact, fold. Both folds stand on the ground. The mesh seat, while untested in warm weather, should prove cooler than your standard nylon seat. My daughter is about 3'8", 35 pounds, almost skinny, not chubby, and solid. She looks squished wearing a light winter jacket in the Pockit Air, but didn't complain. The seat does not recline- something to keep in mind if you need a napping stroller. Apparently not a problem for my kiddo (see photo). Three-point harness does the job. The basket is tiny (see photo). Again, this is a tiny travel stroller, intended for temporary, use. Lack of features is the tradeoff for lightweight portability.  The canopy is useless unless it is noon and the sun is directly over your head. Make sure your kid has a hat if you're worried about sun protection, and reapply sunscreen every two hours.  The umbrella handles are annoying, but they really need to be there for the sake of folding so compactly. As a frequent traveler, I need a stroller that only requires one hand to push so I can manage luggage with the other hand. In theory you could steer by holding onto the bar in between the handles to steer. Handlebar height is stationary. Would be nice to adjust to higher heights. Handlebar height One foot brake locks both rear wheels. Hooray! Could be flip-flop friendly, though, since it's a travel stroller and many travel to warmer destinations. A carry bag and a rain cover are the only official add-on accessories for the Pockit Air. It would have been nice to have them bundled in a single package with the Pockit, as retailers may not have the accessories available to purchase. Third party accessories may not fit as nicely. Ultimately, this is a very basic travel stroller intended for infrequent use. It's an outstanding option if you need a stroller that you must bring on the plane with you to contain your child. It's also great as a "spare donut" stroller if you have another child who may or may not ride.
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Convenient little travel stroller; poorly named
By transfergirl
from Boston, MA
on April 11, 2020
I received this for the purpose of writing a review. The Pockit is the most compact stroller on the market as of April 2020, folding neatly into a rectangle that fits easily in the overhead bin or under the seat on most planes. That being said, it is important to consider that its size comes at the expense of convenient features available on other strollers. The Pockit Air All-Terrain is poorly named. GoodBaby's own description of its "all-terrain" capability claims that its double wheels not getting stuck between cobblestones makes it all-terrain. You can also lock the wheels in place to make the stroller move on grass and rougher surfaces. But that does not mean it is ideal to use on all terrains. If you're going to place "all-terrain" in the name of a product, the product should excel on all terrains. And this does not. I pushed it on gravel and had to lock the wheels for it to move. It was still a struggle. The Pockit Air feels flimsy on uneven pavement and level grass. Now: as a travel stroller? This is the appeal of the Pockit Air. This is a lightweight, secondary travel stroller for temporary use, to contain a baby/toddler while traversing the airport or visiting away from home. I presume that a travel stroller will not be the sturdiest, cushiest, roomiest, or with the largest storage. This is indeed, lightweight at just over 10 pounds, and very compact when folded. It excels as a "just in case" spare stroller, too, if dealing with an older sibling who may not exclusively walk. Maximum weight load is graded to 55 pounds. The best part of this stroller is its super-compact fold. One particular video demo comparing the strollers in the the 2019 Pockit collection show amazingly quick folds and unfolds. However, I found the joints to be a bit too stiff to replicate the quick actions. Perhaps some silicone spray on the joints will do the trick. Due to the acquisition and review time of this stroller being at the height of COVID-19 in the U.S., I unfortunately did not get to test this at the airport or on a plane. However, it is smaller than my global carry-on luggage (see photo), which definitely fits in the overhead bin of the Embraer 190 aircraft. What I was able to do was place the Pockit Air in the large basket of my heavy duty double stroller (see photo). The Pockit Air is very handy when pushing my twin babies and my first born toddler decides she's not walking anymore. It is extremely compact, even in comparison (see photo) to the tri-fold travel stroller that served as my main stroller when my toddler had no siblings. As a flight attendant, I can confidently say that once folded, this should fit into the overhead bins of most aircrafts that seat 100+ people. This should easily fit underneath the seat in front of you. It should be noted that there are two options to fold. The super-compact fold, which involves tucking in the rear wheels before folding, is ideal for storage in the overhead bin or under the plane seat in front of you. If you don't need to secure it on the plane, you can save a step and fold without tucking the rear wheels for what is a slightly larger, but still compact, fold. Both folds stand on the ground. The mesh seat, while untested in warm weather, should prove cooler than your standard nylon seat. My daughter is about 3'8", 35 pounds, almost skinny, not chubby, and solid. She looks squished wearing a light winter jacket in the Pockit Air, but didn't complain. The seat does not recline- something to keep in mind if you need a napping stroller. Apparently not a problem for my kiddo (see photo). Three-point harness does the job. The basket is tiny (see photo). Again, this is a tiny travel stroller, intended for temporary, use. Lack of features is the tradeoff for lightweight portability.  The canopy is useless unless it is noon and the sun is directly over your head. Make sure your kid has a hat if you're worried about sun protection, and reapply sunscreen every two hours.  The umbrella handles are annoying, but they really need to be there for the sake of folding so compactly. As a frequent traveler, I need a stroller that only requires one hand to push so I can manage luggage with the other hand. In theory you could steer by holding onto the bar in between the handles to steer. Handlebar height is stationary. Would be nice to adjust to higher heights. Handlebar height One foot brake locks both rear wheels. Hooray! Could be flip-flop friendly, though, since it's a travel stroller and many travel to warmer destinations. A carry bag and a rain cover are the only official add-on accessories for the Pockit Air. It would have been nice to have them bundled in a single package with the Pockit, as retailers may not have the accessories available to purchase. Third party accessories may not fit as nicely. Ultimately, this is a very basic travel stroller intended for infrequent use. It's an outstanding option if you need a stroller that you must bring on the plane with you to contain your child. It's also great as a "spare donut" stroller if you have another child who may or may not ride.
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