Trunki Bernard the Bee Ride-on Suitcase (Limited Edition) - £27.99 delivered at Amazon - HotUKDeals
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* Trunki Bernard the Bee is a new ride-on suitcase from the makers of the original Trunki
* Children can pack, sit-on and ride their own luggage whilst parents can keep them in tow
* Comes with a Trunki passport you can register online for free fun activities to download
* Trunki's lightweight and durable design is hand luggage approved
* Suitable for children from 3 years upwards, maximum weight 50 kg

Fresh from the hive and boasting the best stripes in the colony, Bernard the Bee is the latest limited edition to the Trunki range. It's made to the same high standard as the other Trunki favourites, but has the added bonus of two carry handles. Fitted with the same specification as Harley, Terrance, Trixie, Towgo and Tipu, it has a soft rubber rim, ID label, carry handles, teddy bear seatbelts, its own passport, locking catches, secret compartments and an internal pouch. Kids can use the Trunki passport to register for free fun activities to download. Trunki's lightweight and durable design is hand luggage approved, with generous space inside for toys, games, books and spare clothes. Trunki is the ultimate travelling companion. Children can pack, sit-on and ride their own luggage whilst parents can keep them in tow. Just in case your little one gets tired, Trunki has a handy shoulder strap and new grab handle so that parents can carry them with ease. Designed by a British company, Trunki is taking the world of travelling with tots by stormthe further they travel the more popular Trunki's become.
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#1
I wish we was going on holiday this year so i could have a excuss to buy it for my LO.
banned#2
i remember when the trunki came on dragons den :thumbsup: great product
#3
These are adorable :-D
#4
These are great in idea, we've got 2 - the gruffalo and ladybird, but in reality, they are too small to be practical on holiday, could bearly squeeze 5kg into each and had to take small suitcases instead. Good for UK trips though and fun!
#5
Linners1978
These are great in idea, we've got 2 - the gruffalo and ladybird, but in reality, they are too small to be practical on holiday, could bearly squeeze 5kg into each and had to take small suitcases instead. Good for UK trips though and fun!


there ment to be hand luggage, therefore you don't want more than 5kg in them :roll: i think you've missed the point of them :p
#6
Got one but it's very pricey for what it is. Having said that, it keep the duty-free gin nice and safe :-)
#7
Thank you, just bought one for my nephew to be as my sister loves these. All 3 of my boys have one and spent alot of saturday riding them round a uk hotel - saved dad dragging loads of luggage in from the car in the heat!!
#8
OMG these are amazing, I want one for myself (I'm 26 :prop: )

Just to confirm these are hard shell cases right?
1 Like #9
Seems a bit cruel stuffing kids inside suitcases. >_<
#10
thedealsealer
i remember when the trunki came on dragons den :thumbsup: great product


I only found out yesterday this was a Dragons Den reject!
#11
I like it!
#12
I travel on business trips quite a bit and have seen these many times, from my experience, though they may look adorable, it;s not very sturdy for kids to ride on. I have seen 2 kids abt 2-3yr old slipped off while mums were pulling. they later added the ears for kids to hang on. i guess it would help.
i hav a 3yr old too and I am not getting this. partly, I always end up carrying her stuffs. :-) Wish I had 4 arms and 6 legs.
#13
I have just taken my 2 and 4 year old on holidays on my own........they both had a trunki, and they were a god send! We got so many comments at the airport, saying how great they were. This is a great price. I paid 27 quid for the blue one delivered this year, so its pretty hot for the limited edition ones.
#14
Love these! We've had loads of compliments at airports and it's always kept my little one busy. Get one!
#15
Thank you for this deal, I had been looking for an offer on these for AGES!
Ordered one for my 2 year old daughter, she's so excited about it!
:)
#16
thanks i ment to rep you i ordered ont the other day :) excellent deal.
#17
Does anyone know of a definitive answer for Ryanair/Easyjet about these? Can't seem to find anywhere whether they always turn a blind eye to them, or count them as hand luggage for smaller children who aren' t allowed hand luggage.

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