Three Kids and Many Strollers Later the GB QBit Stroller is My Favorite #Review

*I received the item/s for the purpose of review.  All opinions are a 100% my own. 
easy one hand fold
I first learned about the GB Qbit Stroller back in May at the New York Baby Show.  I was intrigued when I heard that it folds up to cube the size of a boutique shopping bag, but when I heard that it retails for $179.99 - I had to learn more!
expandable canopy - great during sunshine or rain
After getting the opportunity to test it out I can say I finally have a stroller I completely love and that's a mom of three talking!  I have had jogging strollers, many "lightweight umbrella strollers," and even a double stroller but this is the one I favor most. 
  • It weighs less than 15lbs which is incredible, since I sometimes have to be holding a baby in my arms or holding one of my baby's hands carrying a stroller traveling around NYC. 
  • It folds up with one hand which makes being a mommy much easier. 
  • It folds up small and who doesn't love that?  Even when in your garage it wont take up space, and if you're a city mom like me - it won't take space in your apartment. (13" wide & 21" tall)
  • It folds up to fit perfectly in the trunk of a car, barely taking up space or even at the back seat of any car.  It comes with a transport bag that stores underneath the stroller when not in use.
  • The seat reclines, and has seat belt harness that is able to hold my little infant in place.
  • Large expandable canopy which shields child from rain, sun and wind.
  • It has a storage basket which is like having an extra set of hands when needed. 
  • Comes with an adaptor to make functional for specific car seats.
fits in the trunk of a small vehicle, barely taking up more space than a shopping bag
Sure there are many awesome strollers out there, but this one stands out for affordability and delivering similar great features as the other competitors.  I've had a while to test out the stroller and love it.  I needed a stroller that I liked the design, that was light to carry, that folded up nice and compact, that had a good age/weight range, that had a good canopy and one that I could afford - the GB Qbit is it.  So far it has been on a road trip with us barely taking up space along side our luggage, been sight seeing with us near Niagara Falls, has had many adventures on the NYC subways, countless number of visits to the supermarket and more - both functioning great for my 3 month old and almost 3 year old toddler.  It is available in a range of colors, and also comes with adaptors that are compatible with the GB Asana35, Maxi Cosi Mico and Cybex Aton.