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Skoot Kid’s Ride On Suitcase in Red now £19.99 del @ Amazon

£19.99 @ Amazon
rrp £39.99, Cheapest its ever been at amazon, they seem to have price matched Smyths Toys instore price on this, but stock is hit & miss there, still full price at JL, Boots, Tesco & elsewhere, Argos … Read More
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[mod] 3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago
rrp £39.99, Cheapest its ever been at amazon, they seem to have price matched Smyths Toys instore price on this, but stock is hit & miss there, still full price at JL, Boots, Tesco & elsewhere, Argos have the pink version at the same price that I posted a week or so ago.
2 in 1! Retro styled ride-on with handy internal luggage compartment
Full steering column makes it easy for children to steer, easy for parents to tow, and with a handy carry strap, easy to carry
Perfectly fits into overhead lockers in aircraft
Sturdy, chunky rubber wheels also ensure smooth riding!
Suitable from 3 years
Product Description
For all mini-fashionistas the Skoot is a fun steerable ride on and a pull along suitcase that makes travelling with kids easier and much more stylish.
With practical rubber wheels and a handle bar for steering, this sturdy ride on is perfect for everyday use, little ones can zoom around on their vintage motor to and from school, to friends, holidays or just around the house.

Ideal for weekends away or travelling abroad, the hand luggage sized Skoot fits in a planes over-head locker and features a robust tow strap that doubles as a carry strap making it easy to throw over your shoulder when your children get tired of pulling it themselves.

The Skoot stores up to 13 litres so more than enough room for a weekend away with clothes and their much loved teddy. Children will love having a special storage space all of their own – available in red, blue and lilac.
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#2
you're not wrong. this item was real pricy for what it is.

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B008HEV0W8/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0
#3
Is it just me or has this been posted every day!
#4
Ahhh! I admire this every time I'm in John Lewis! Just ordered for my little boy! Thank you!
#5
This isn't practical to go on holiday with. Trunkie's have more space inside. The scoot has nothing for kids to put their feet on when travelling. So they end up hovering their legs. Also they can steer the front.... Never good when your pulling and dragging your own suitcase.....
#6
Got one. Thank you for posting :)
#7
I put that it had gone to £19.99 on last post thinking that would just be amended
http://m.hotukdeals.com/deals/red-skoot-22-98-amazon-1621239
#8
Good deal...nice one....
#9
pippajohnst1207
This isn't practical to go on holiday with. Trunkie's have more space inside. The scoot has nothing for kids to put their feet on when travelling. So they end up hovering their legs. Also they can steer the front.... Never good when your pulling and dragging your own suitcase.....

Is the trunki easy to pull around corners etc? They have a much better review but don't seem to have a handle for kiddies, they're not steerable and and no foot rests either? Trying to decide which one to buy to take with us to disney land in october.
#10
Just found these on the Argos website too for £19.99! Good bargain!
#11
manfalou
pippajohnst1207
This isn't practical to go on holiday with. Trunkie's have more space inside. The scoot has nothing for kids to put their feet on when travelling. So they end up hovering their legs. Also they can steer the front.... Never good when your pulling and dragging your own suitcase.....

Is the trunki easy to pull around corners etc? They have a much better review but don't seem to have a handle for kiddies, they're not steerable and and no foot rests either? Trying to decide which one to buy to take with us to disney land in october.


Having tried both I would go for the Trunki. They're not made for tuning corners either of them. The scoot is problematic if like me your bought for a 2 year old or similar age. The handles on the scoot are really easy to turn, you walk one way, the scoot goes the other and is made worse when you have an over active child trying to steer it. The Trunki has little knobs to grip onto which may seem small but a 2-3 year old is capable of holding onto, not sure about older children though (I think its designed for kids upto 6 years). As for storage the Trunki is larger inside (get away with packing nearly a weeks worth). The Scoots storage is considerably smaller (i only managed to pack a weekends worth). While I like the idea of the Scoot I prefer the Trunki. Hope this helps.
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