Enough room for the essentials!
Wandering around airports with tantrum-chucking little ones in tow is enough to put you off going on holiday in the first place. So thank heavens for Trunki, the revolutionary ride-on suitcases for kids.
Colourful, fun and super-stable, Trunki
features integrated wheels, steering 'horn' grips and a contoured saddle allowing kids to safely ride their luggage through the terminal. And if they tire of yee-hah-ing around duty free they can take Trunki for walkies using its sturdy towing strap. Genius!
This award-winning suitcase turns five years old this year. So to celebrate, the makers have released the limited edition Quinn Trunki
. Unlike the standard designs, Quinn is made from bright green translucent plastic, with orange and white details. And to make sure that this really is a birthday to remember, there are only 5000 available worldwide
! To prove it, each Quinn is individually-numbered and comes with a specially-designed birthday badge on the saddle.
Use as a ride on or pull along Trunki
Just like the standard Trunki, this clever case features secure catches, soft rubber rims to prevent little fingers getting caught when reaching for books, games and clothes, and a secret compartment for sweets and treats. Despite its generous 18L capacity
you needn't worry about waving bye-bye to Quinn at check-in because it's hand luggage approved
. This means kids can enjoy the thrill of carrying/riding their very own case from check-in to boarding. They can also relax on Quinn, laughing, pointing and blowing raspberries when your luggage fails to turn up at the other end. (Insert your own T5 joke here).
Trunki is 5 years old now and you can celebrate with this limited edition Quinn Trunki!
Made from the same durable plastic as grown-up cases, the Quinn Trunki weighs in at a mere 1.7kg
, so assuming teddy isn't made of lead pulling it along is a breeze, even for youngsters. And when the old 'I'm tired now' refrain kicks in, simply tell 'em the last one to the departure gate is a rotten egg and has to eat airline food for a month.