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Range Rover 2 in 1 Suitcase and Ride On £29.99 @ Ryman (Free Click & Collect)
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Range Rover 2 in 1 Suitcase and Ride On £29.99 @ Ryman (Free Click & Collect)

£29.99£49.9740%Ryman Deals
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Posted 29th Oct
Free Click & Collect to your local store - link ryman.co.uk/sto…or/


Make travelling more fun for your little ones with the Range Rover 2 in 1 Suitcase and Ride On. Great for travelling tots aged 2 to 6 years. Making travelling just as fun as the final destination.

Designed to look like the Range Rover Sport SVR, you little one can push and go enjoying life in the fast lane, whilst storing everything they need for their next adventure.

The hidden button on the front grill reveals the impressive storage space and with the hidden handgrip that extends from the roof your little adventure has something to hold onto when zooming around.

No need to worry if you need to run to the gate, ferry port or bus stop, this clever little ride-on includes a neatly hidden, retractable handle as well as rear wheels for easy transportation in an upright position.


Key Features:

. Official Range Rover Ride-on Suitcase
. 2-in-1 design allows it to transform from a suitcase into a foot-to-floor ride-on
. Includes hidden tractable towing handle and handgrip for when using as a ride-on
. 23kg max rider weight
. Suitable for ages 2 to 6 years
. Weight: 4kg
. Dimensions: H223 x W548 x D296mm


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Great price. Although there's probably an emissions charge for the bag at the airport.
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Do you get to keep it after the 2 years?
Norseg30/10/2019 13:42

My husband's boyfriend just bought me one of those for when the three of …My husband's boyfriend just bought me one of those for when the three of us are going to Benidorm for our Anniversary


Your husbands boyfriend???
returnofthemac29/10/2019 15:24

Oh joy, kids smashing into your ankles with these as well as those ride on …Oh joy, kids smashing into your ankles with these as well as those ride on suitcases whilst the parents ignore them and gaze into their phones.../grump


So this is perfect training for when they grow up and get a real Range Rover then?
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That's hilarious. Heat added!
Very cute , I love this , kinda wish mine were babys again with all this trendy stuff out these days
Oh joy, kids smashing into your ankles with these as well as those ride on suitcases whilst the parents ignore them and gaze into their phones...


/grump
Great price. Although there's probably an emissions charge for the bag at the airport.
38834326-mihjA.jpg
returnofthemac29/10/2019 15:24

Oh joy, kids smashing into your ankles with these as well as those ride on …Oh joy, kids smashing into your ankles with these as well as those ride on suitcases whilst the parents ignore them and gaze into their phones.../grump


So this is perfect training for when they grow up and get a real Range Rover then?
Do you get to keep it after the 2 years?
Would this class as hand luggage? I'd love one myself.
just a heads up they are super tiny ,it was too small for my two year old
Your kid will get so much stick for having one of these!
Hot!
Oh my God - that is horrible!!
My husband's boyfriend just bought me one of those for when the three of us are going to Benidorm for our Anniversary
Norseg30/10/2019 13:42

My husband's boyfriend just bought me one of those for when the three of …My husband's boyfriend just bought me one of those for when the three of us are going to Benidorm for our Anniversary


Your husbands boyfriend???
How incredibly crass , Anyone thinking of buying one needs to spend some time thinking what a complete materialistic person they are.
I'll stick with my kids pretending to drive ladybirds at the airport.
Norseg30/10/2019 13:42

My husband's boyfriend just bought me one of those for when the three of …My husband's boyfriend just bought me one of those for when the three of us are going to Benidorm for our Anniversary


😳
Kid: It's okay Ted. It's impressive you've managed to keep up the PCP payments given the month you've had. Goodnight Ted!

38859915-MA4UW.jpgTed (Muffled kid's voice): Fanks Jackfon! Goodmight!
Norseg30/10/2019 13:42

My husband's boyfriend just bought me one of those for when the three of …My husband's boyfriend just bought me one of those for when the three of us are going to Benidorm for our Anniversary


That's an interesting story...
Does the boot open and close by itself?
Pretentious twaddle
Spoiled kids
Always wanted a range. Didn't think I could afford one
Anyone tempted by this for actual travel use should just get a Trunki. The design flaw in this one is obvious just looking at the photos - a Trunki has a well placed tow cable so you can pull your tired little ones through endless airport corridors with minimal effort. This stupid Range Rover thing either needs to be tilted up if you want to tow it (so what's little one gonna do? walk? piggyback?) or if being ridden they need to power it along themselves... that's gonna go so well in a crowded airport. Useless.
bazpoint31/10/2019 07:54

Anyone tempted by this for actual travel use should just get a Trunki. The …Anyone tempted by this for actual travel use should just get a Trunki. The design flaw in this one is obvious just looking at the photos - a Trunki has a well placed tow cable so you can pull your tired little ones through endless airport corridors with minimal effort. This stupid Range Rover thing either needs to be tilted up if you want to tow it (so what's little one gonna do? walk? piggyback?) or if being ridden they need to power it along themselves... that's gonna go so well in a crowded airport. Useless.



My experience it's best to make them walk at the airport to wear them out so they sit still during the flight! At the other end they are glad of freedom and happy to walk. We have had Trunki's and they are rubbish too. Just get a cabin bag with 4 wheels and they are happy to push it.
Seriously tho - going on a stag in may - we’re all thinking about getting one 🙈
returnofthemac29/10/2019 15:24

Oh joy, kids smashing into your ankles with these as well as those ride on …Oh joy, kids smashing into your ankles with these as well as those ride on suitcases whilst the parents ignore them and gaze into their phones.../grump


*gazes into phone whilst walking to work reading your post*
I got this last time the deal was on and used student discount for an extra 10% off. Saving it for a Christmas present
jmvalters31/10/2019 08:19

I know!! I’ve been refreshing the comments in hope of an update


I’m waiting...
steveieboy131/10/2019 08:14

My experience it's best to make them walk at the airport to wear them out …My experience it's best to make them walk at the airport to wear them out so they sit still during the flight! At the other end they are glad of freedom and happy to walk. We have had Trunki's and they are rubbish too. Just get a cabin bag with 4 wheels and they are happy to push it.


It depends what age you're thinking of... in the toddler-to-4ish bracket I think Trunkis are invaluable. We have twins and while they were that age we had airport experiences that were definitely much less stressful for having the Trunkis with us. We've done flight transfers where the distance between gates was 20+ minutes of walking (at speed), all airside so no trolleys... trying to marshal two three year olds, groggy after getting off a night flight, through doing that sort of walk would be a nightmare. With Trunkis just get them on, tell them to hold tight, and off you go.

Agree entirely that once they're a little older it's fine to just get them a good wheelie tho. Plus you can maximise their carry on allowance then
I think it's fantastic that they allow you to practice towing your own Range Rover as a kid.

That's bound to come in handy if you're lucky/unlucky enough to own one when you grow up and find out that the reliability sucks donkey balls. 😜
Jadeyzz31/10/2019 07:03

Your husbands boyfriend???


Don't judge. It is 2019 after all.
Customs are bound to check the tyres first for drugs.
Dogpitt31/10/2019 08:46

Don't judge. It is 2019 after all.


Not judging at all just want to know more! I’m interested
Do they make one adult sized?
Darn site cheaper that buying my 22 y o the real thing.

Her reply
Jack_Shipway31/10/2019 07:29

Does the boot open and close by itself?


Only opens at an embarrassing time and can't be shut easily.
Breeders. Cringe.
Edited by: "mr_johnsie" 31st Oct
gaijintendo31/10/2019 07:25

Kid: It's okay Ted. It's impressive you've managed to keep up the PCP …Kid: It's okay Ted. It's impressive you've managed to keep up the PCP payments given the month you've had. Goodnight Ted![Image] Ted (Muffled kid's voice): Fanks Jackfon! Goodmight!


Don't you just want to put that kid in to?
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