TRUNKI Penelope the Princess Carriage Ride on Suitcase £23.75 AMAZON - HotUKDeals
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WAS £39.99
NOW £23.75 FREE DELIVERY

Product Features
Ride-on suitcase is hand luggage approved on most airlines (always check with your airline before travelling)
Can be sat on to rest little legs in long queues or carried using grown up friendly throw over shoulder or grab handles
Suitable for children aged 3-6 years
Has 18 litre capacity, locking catches and key and ID label attached to shoulder strap
Contains teddy bear seat belt, two secret compartments to hide tasy treats and comes with Trunki passport
Technical Details

Suitable from 3 years upwards
Max weight 50 kg
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#1
ALSO BERNARD THE BEE TRUNKI FOR £20.78 ; )
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My 2yo and 4yo kids absolutely loved their Trunki's when we travelled earlier this year. They count as hand-luggage and are worth their weight in gold when it comes to trollying the kids around the airport. Highly recommend them.

Those "Dragon's Den" guys seriously missed out by not investing in this product. At least now they can console themselves by buying them at this hot price.
#3
Ordered the bee, saved me a tenner happy days x
#4
Nearly bought one of these but they exceed Ryanair's size restrictions. Has anyone ever had a problem with this?
#5
ive looked at these a few times how much can you get in them and what ages do you think they would be for i want one as this year i will be travelling just me with my 1 year old to be 5year old??
#6
thanks!
#7
Flombard
Nearly bought one of these but they exceed Ryanair's size restrictions. Has anyone ever had a problem with this?


Ryanair make their money by charging for things that are not chargeable on any other airlines.

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