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Trunki Terrance Ride-on Suitcase (Blue) £25 Delivered @ Amazon
Trunki Terrance Ride-on Suitcase (Blue) £25 Delivered @ Amazon

Trunki Terrance Ride-on Suitcase (Blue) £25 Delivered @ Amazon

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* Ride-on: race around departure lounge
* Sit-on: rest little legs in long queues
* Pull along:take luggage for walkies
* Tug around: tow a tired tot
* Grown-up friendly: throw over shoulder or grab handle in a rush
* Carry-on: hand luggage sized
* Store stuff: spacious 18 litre capacity with secret compartments teddy bear seatbelts and storage pouch
* Locking catches:key and ID label integral in brightly coloured shoulder strap
* Kids only 3-6 age range
* Award winning adored worldwide.

Product Information
Length: 46 centimetres
Height: 21 centimetres
Width: 32 centimetres
weight: 1.7 kilograms
Model Number: 0054-GB01-1

27 Comments

if these designs are what you want then fair enough but the tiger+gruffalo are not much more and better looks and design.

We're just back from Sharm-El-Sheik and you wouldn't believe how many comments we got about the boy's trunkies. Everyone, including the boys, seems to love them!

Great price too. Hot.

CJ

brilly

if these designs are what you want then fair enough but the … if these designs are what you want then fair enough but the tiger+gruffalo are not much more and better looks and design.



Agree as we have the tiger and gruffalo and blue one that the blue one is a little boring but if you dont want to spend an extra £10ish you could always let your little one personalise it with stickers etc. My eldest had the blue one before the others came out and we let him personalise his and so far he hasnt asked for an upgrade to a fancy one like his younger brothers.

These are fantastic. Bought my nephew one a couple of years ago (the tiger) and he *loves* it.

These are great for small children - I got my niece the cow one a few years ago and she loves it. The fact it can be a seat/push or pull along ride is fabulous for long walks through airport terminals as well as queueing for check-in, security, etc. They're pretty sturdy, too.

Hyperell

Agree as we have the tiger and gruffalo and blue one that the blue one is … Agree as we have the tiger and gruffalo and blue one that the blue one is a little boring but if you dont want to spend an extra £10ish you could always let your little one personalise it with stickers etc. My eldest had the blue one before the others came out and we let him personalise his and so far he hasnt asked for an upgrade to a fancy one like his younger brothers.


ah but its 28/30/30 for tiger/gruffalo/ladybird right now on amazon so well worth the extra!

brilly

ah but its 28/30/30 for tiger/gruffalo/ladybird right now on amazon so … ah but its 28/30/30 for tiger/gruffalo/ladybird right now on amazon so well worth the extra!



I didnt realise it was that close (didnt see other posts) - in that case I would definetly go for a character one as per your first comments.

These are great but not just for overseas trips. We have used then in the uk - my sons are quite happy to trundle to the room on them leaving us free to carry everything else.

The amount of comments we got too i thinnk they are excellent x

wouldnt even think about going abroad without one of these,had one since he was 3 and now he's 5, worth every penny, cues and walks to gates no probs! stress free! plus everyone looks and thinks there well cute!! groffalo.............. ace.

I wheely want one.

Voted ice cold. Worst travel item ever "invented".

Why a kid, nay, a toddler, needs to have 18 litres of carry-on luggage is beyond me.

What's wrong with a book/magazine/NintendoDS/DVD player? Why takes all four and more besides?

Save the space in the overhead cupboards for the grown ups eh?
Edited by: "monkey_uk" 26th Jul 2010

> Why a kid, nay, a toddler, needs to have 18 litres of carry-on luggage is beyond me.

actually, there are too small ... everyone is know travelling with hand laggage only whenever possible to save inflated check-in baggage fees, and these are much smaller than max sizes allowed, so not very useful

Bag humbug monkey_uk!

Why is this one slightly cheaper than the other one Amazon is selling?

Which incidentally appeared on here only 13 hours ago.

monkey_uk

Voted ice cold. Worst travel item ever "invented".Why a kid, nay, a … Voted ice cold. Worst travel item ever "invented".Why a kid, nay, a toddler, needs to have 18 litres of carry-on luggage is beyond me.What's wrong with a book/magazine/NintendoDS/DVD player? Why takes all four and more besides?Save the space in the overhead cupboards for the grown ups eh?



nappies, change of clothes, snacks, cup, teddy and on and on the list goes when I take my 2 year old away.

monkey_uk

Voted ice cold. Worst travel item ever "invented".Why a kid, nay, a … Voted ice cold. Worst travel item ever "invented".Why a kid, nay, a toddler, needs to have 18 litres of carry-on luggage is beyond me.What's wrong with a book/magazine/NintendoDS/DVD player? Why takes all four and more besides?Save the space in the overhead cupboards for the grown ups eh?



Haven't you been here long enough to know you vote for the deal not the product?

Got our 5 year old the pink Trunki 3 years ago and she loves it, bless her

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Janeyjugs

Haven't you been here long enough to know you vote for the deal not the … Haven't you been here long enough to know you vote for the deal not the product? Got our 5 year old the pink Trunki 3 years ago and she loves it, bless her



good shout

For a long haul flight that arguement stands up I suppose.

But I'm amazed at how many of these I see on even short haul and internal flights. Ok, *some* of them may just be in transit to a further-away destination (i.e some changing at CDG etc) but not all of them, I'm sure.

Yet more spoilt brats to grow up and damage society even more.

(I don't read the Daily Mail, before anyone says it!).

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Each to their own, seriously, but these cause so many problems and arguements, you wouldn't believe.

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monkey_uk

For a long haul flight that arguement stands up I suppose.But I'm amazed … For a long haul flight that arguement stands up I suppose.But I'm amazed at how many of these I see on even short haul and internal flights. Ok, *some* of them may just be in transit to a further-away destination (i.e some changing at CDG etc) but not all of them, I'm sure.Yet more spoilt brats to grow up and damage society even more.(I don't read the Daily Mail, before anyone says it!).-Each to their own, seriously, but these cause so many problems and arguements, you wouldn't believe.




please list these problems and arguments that these cause?? because as a father of 2 I can't imagine what issues or threats they pose to anyone.. I personally can't wait to take my kids on holiday and see them make use of them

weren't these on dragons den? which didn't receive any offers

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MR1123

weren't these on dragons den? which didn't receive any offers




that makes it a crap idea? seems pretty popular to me

therossitron

please list these problems and arguments that these cause?? because as a … please list these problems and arguments that these cause?? because as a father of 2 I can't imagine what issues or threats they pose to anyone.. I personally can't wait to take my kids on holiday and see them make use of them



Namely:

*Children riding on these, meaning that mum or dad can't (or refuse to, make up your own mind)walk as fast as they would've been able to had the child been walking.
*Mum or dad forced to carry it as the child has a tantrum, means that they then struggle to carry everything, cue the random stopping to re-jig their bags etc.
*Child (or moronic parent, I've seen both instances) empties the contents all over the aisle, which they seem to think they own. Then proceed to whinge when they need to move said child and/or when other pax step over the child and/or his/hers toys.

I've seen all of these things on several occasions, in several airports and on several airlines.

monkey_uk

Namely:*Children riding on these, meaning that mum or dad can't (or … Namely:*Children riding on these, meaning that mum or dad can't (or refuse to, make up your own mind)walk as fast as they would've been able to had the child been walking.*Mum or dad forced to carry it as the child has a tantrum, means that they then struggle to carry everything, cue the random stopping to re-jig their bags etc.*Child (or moronic parent, I've seen both instances) empties the contents all over the aisle, which they seem to think they own. Then proceed to whinge when they need to move said child and/or when other pax step over the child and/or his/hers toys.I've seen all of these things on several occasions, in several airports and on several airlines.



but take away the trunki and you wont remove the problems listed above.

if a child wont go fast or do what they are told on a trunki they will just wander of/walk in front of people if they havent got one, especially if the parent has more luggage and therefore no hands free etc. I think the things you quote are more about the parenting than the trunki. Make using a trunki fun and yes you may be slow but if you keep out of everyones way its makes for a much easier time at the airport for everyone. My children are proud of theirs and behave alot better with one because they know if they misbehave we wont take it next time. so less running around, screaming like a banshee etc etc

Again I think the spoilt brat comment is more down to parenting than the product. If you buy something and hope it means you dont have to look after your children then yes you may be right but alot of parents use treats to exciting things such as trunkis to instill a sense of ownership and responsibility which I would is a good trait for the future.

MR1123

weren't these on dragons den? which didn't receive any offers



didnt they say on a recent recap that this is the one that got away - that they regret missing out??

They managed to break the strap off (i think) in the programme hence no investment but I'm sure the problem was fixed.

Hyperell

but take away the trunki and you wont remove the problems listed above.if … but take away the trunki and you wont remove the problems listed above.if a child wont go fast or do what they are told on a trunki they will just wander of/walk in front of people if they havent got one, especially if the parent has more luggage and therefore no hands free etc. I think the things you quote are more about the parenting than the trunki. Make using a trunki fun and yes you may be slow but if you keep out of everyones way its makes for a much easier time at the airport for everyone. My children are proud of theirs and behave alot better with one because they know if they misbehave we wont take it next time. so less running around, screaming like a banshee etc etcAgain I think the spoilt brat comment is more down to parenting than the product. If you buy something and hope it means you dont have to look after your children then yes you may be right but alot of parents use treats to exciting things such as trunkis to instill a sense of ownership and responsibility which I would is a good trait for the future.




It's a shame more parents don't share your views and attitude. You sound like a very responsible parent, so I tip my hat to you and say "thank you" on behalf of myself and travellers everywhere!

Is this the same one that is 19.99 in Sainsburys? With selected pickup from certain stores?

sainsburys.co.uk/sol…784

Original Poster

SNEEZY

Is this the same one that is 19.99 in Sainsburys? With selected pickup … Is this the same one that is 19.99 in Sainsburys? With selected pickup from certain stores?http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/shop/sport_and_leisure/119060140_terrance_trunki_childrens_suitcase_blue.html?hnav=4294966784



yep same one, but none in stock near me so would only save £1
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