That said, it is good for a wide range of riders - from 6 months old up to 55 pounds!! You can see in the photo above how well my 38" tall 34 pound 3.5 year old son still fits in it, with his head supported and well below the canopy. It's great for our 8 month old twins as well, one at a time of course! The angle of the seat is nice, allowing for both a good view for the child as well as decent napping despite having no reclining positions. The fabric seat (which comes in Monument Black, Lizard Khaki, Dragonfire Red, Sea Port Blue, Capri Blue, and Posh Pink) and strap pads all button easily on and off and are machine washable.
The basket is small (see #2 below) but can hold up to 11 pounds... so a small bag, or a couple of water bottles and diapers, let's say. I highly recommend the Sureshop side bags by Hatch Things (pictured right) - if you get one for each side of the Pockit, you'll be able to carry lots without worrying about the stroller tipping over.
Folding and unfolding the Pockit isn't the easiest thing in the world, there is certainly a learning curve. Upon unboxing I was completely clueless and couldn't figure out how to unfold it. I had to search YouTube in order to unfold it and find the manual tucked inside! HA!! After practicing a bit, you'll get the hang of it, don't worry! I also have to add that it had a pretty strong "new stroller" smell upon unboxing it. I let it air out for a few days before using it which helped a great deal. The manual recommends washing before using, and I highly recommend this as well - for anything actually (clothes, etc) that will be touching your little one's skin or be in their breathing space.
So what do you think? Is the GB Pockit a "must have" or a "no thanks" for you?? Leave a comment in a post below!