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The world‘s smallest folding stroller
With its exceptional design innovation, the gb Pockit is the
2014 Guinness World Records™ most compact stroller.
When folded it is the smallest and most compact buggy
currently available on the market, 30 x 18 x 35 cm to be
precise. You can see why we call it the Pockit! The cleverly
designed, compact fold uses the 2 x 2 D technique. This
means that in only two steps the buggy becomes a compact
and feather-light handbag shaped package (4.3 kg),
great for when you are on the move and practical and
easy to stow away when you’re not.
For parents with a passion for city travel and exploring,
the Pockit is the quintessential choice. With the ability
to switch from pushing to carrying within seconds, the
Pockit is ideal for trips by train, plane or simply visiting
your favourite cafes.

Product Description

Folding champion: With its innovative two-step folding technique, you can switch from pushing to carrying in seconds • Light as a feather: In two simple steps the Pockit becomes a record breaking small-sized package, weighing only 4.3 kg • Self-standing when folded: Cleverly designed to stand alone when folded. It can be conveniently put aside at your favourite cafe or restaurant • Small but strong: Built using durable materials and expertly designed, it might be small, but the Pockit is built to last • One-hand push: Convenient pushing and steering • Adjustable harness system: The secure safety belt with protective comfort pads can be set at different heights and fastened or loosened for a cozy and secure fit • Two-step fold: Folds in seconds into a handbag shaped package • Front swivel wheels: Can be locked for stability on uneven surfaces From 6 months – 17 kg (approx. 4 years) Technical Information: • Fold-away dimensions (compact fold): L 300 mm / W 180 mm / H 505 mm • Fold-away dimensions (ultra compact fold): L 300 mm / W 180 mm / H 350 mm • Full size: L 720 mm / W 430 mm / H 990 mm • Weight: 4.3 kg



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