One of the Best Travel Strollers is 50% Off! Only $125 for the Pockit Lightweight!

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Traveling with a stroller is never fun! So having a good travel stroller is always important. Of course the right travel stroller depends on the age of your child, your needs, and where you are going. A stroller for a beach vacation when you are hardly leaving the resort might be different then what you need for walking around Paris.

The Pockit Lightweight Stroller is the worlds lightest stroller weighing in at just 9.5lbs. It has such a compact fold that it can actually fit under the seat in front of you on the plane. While there are a few other strollers that can fit in the overhead bin, this one has an even smaller fold! So you can wheel your child right onto the plane and keep the stroller with you, no gate check needed. You can also fit it into a backpack and pop it out when needed. This came in quite handy when my daughter was 3 and was very capable of walking, but for long distances or if we needed to get somewhere fast the stroller was definitely required.

It can fit a child 6 months old until 55lbs. For such a lightweight/compact stroller I am actually surprised it can hold that weight, which is great! For a frame a reference my 4 year old is 43lbs and is on the higher percentile for weight, so you will not hit that weight until a child is way out of stroller phase anyways! It does not recline though so it does not work for an infant, or if you’d like a stroller that allows your child to lay back and maybe nap well on the go.

This stroller is actually on sale for $124.99 at Amazon which is 50% off the normal price. This is actually a great price for an “umbrella” stroller but way better!

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