The GB Qbit made it’s official release in July. We had the chance to try it out. As you can imagine, city-life requires a lot of walking. I average 7 miles a day. A lot for a young child which is why I rely on a stroller to get my youngest around. Space is few and far between in NYC. You have to get creative in finding space for the every day stroller that can navigate through the snowy winters as well as the light-weight stroller that’s easy to take up and down the subway steps. It can be tough.
The GB Qbit is easy to fold, one-handed, and is compact. It fits easily on my closet shelf, leaving floor space, something that is very important in apartment living. I also found the stroller to be ideal for traveling. For navigating the subway stairs, it’s light-weight, only weighing 14 pounds. There is a built in carrying bag, perfect for protecting the stroller when traveling by air. It also fits easily in the back of our car.
Other fabulous features include:
- Removable Cup holder
- Transport Bag
- Fits most many airline overhead compartments
- Expandable sun canopy
- Under basket for diaper bags, toys, or groceries home.
- Affordable compared to many strollers, $179 at Toys R Us
- Infant Car Seat compatible with GB Asana, Chicco Key Fit, and Graco Click Connect Infant Car Seats. Car seats not included.
So far the stroller has been fabulous. My daughter loves it. I am interested to see how it holds up navigating the streets of NYC or traveling during the winter months. I will definitely keep you posted.
Thank you for the opportunity to share our experiences with the GB Qbit Stroller. I received a stroller as part of the review.