Most strollers fold, but some are like contortionists.
At the New York Baby Show in Manhattan, two stroller companies showed strollers that fold into compact sizes - one small enough to fit under an airplane seat.
Called Pockit, it is akin in style and minimalist features to a basic umbrella stroller. It folds into a squarish handbag-shape, weighing in at 9.5 pounds at 12 inches by 7 inches by 14 inches. To get it to that size is a two-hand, two-step process. An additional step - folding in the wheels - makes it even smaller.
Another company, Babyzen, makes the Yoyo+, which weighs in at 13 to 13.5 pounds, depending on options, and folds to 20 inches by 17 inches by 7 inches in its basic form. - AP