When it comes to bagging the smallest fold, gb decided to prove it by securing a World Record for the just that, the smallest fold. Entering the Gunniess World Record books, the fold measures just 30 x 18 x 35 cm. So yes, you can pop this in the boot of your car and have space for a mammoth shop too! Suitable from 6 months plus, it has only a slight recline so this won't be suitable for all.
The nano 2016 is a winner when it comes to its fantastic fold. Boasting the tiniest of fold dimensions (52x30x56), the nano concertinas into the neatest of packages which can all be parcelled up in the provided travel bag to protect it on your journey.
The fold is easy to achieve - simply press the buttons on the inside of the handlebar hinges in and as you fold the handlebar down, the rest of the pushchair follows suit and neatly folds into place. The frame is clipped into place with an automatic frame lock and the hood is secured using a velcro strap.
Now we cannot talk small folds without mentioning the BABYZEN YOYO+, this pushchair is seen as the jet-setter's choice of wheels, with the likes of Keria Knightley a fan. Anyone that sees the BABYZEN YOYO+ fold will be impressed, it's impossible not to be. It can be done one handed and seems almost like a magic trick. Measuring only 52 x 44 x 18, the YOYO+ will really fit into the smallest of spaces. If you have a car boot full of shopping, then don't worry about where to put your pushchair, as it will slide into your footwell.
A firm favourite amongst the small folders is the RECARO Easylife. It measures at 59 x 50 x 30 and has a silky fold, it really does feel effortless. You don't need to worry about where everything will go in the boot, simply pop this to the side and you will have lots of empty space to play (fill) with.
The best thing about the Takeoff is the fold. A neat square parcel to fit into the smallest boot space. It even has it's own carry handle, and because it's so light, it's very easy to transport. Before you can start folding, you have to make sure that the harness is undone and the bumper bar removed. To complete the fold, you first squeeze the small button on the left side of the handlebar, simultaneously pressing the large button underneath. This releases the top section of the stroller which you fold forward on to itself and then back towards the floor. Next, just pull up with the handle from the centre of the stroller and push together until you hear the automatic lock. It has a really neat self stand, or you can lay it flat.
Now, you may just think it's only small framed pushchairs that can fit in small cars. Not true, look we got the iCandy Orange with all its trimmings in the boot of a Nissan Micra. Pretty impressive we would say!The new Britax Holiday stroller looks set to be super small too, stay tuned as our review will be coming soon! The Mee-go Feather also looks like it will be winner for small boots and so too the dainty but durable Cybex Mios.
What pushchair would you recommend for going in small boots? You tell us.