This Trunki Trixie kids suitcase is a bright and fun way to store your little one’s clothes and toys for a family holiday – as seen on Dragons’ Den!
The world’s first ride-on suitcase for children, the Trunki Trixie is perfect for resting weary feet or as a fun way to entertain in the airport.
The front of this Trunki kids luggage has bright purple horns for your child to hold onto as they ride, while the saddle shape and four integrated wheels help to keep them balanced. The front strap can be used to tow your child along or as a shoulder strap to carry your Trunki.
The bright pink colour and fun design of this Trunki suitcase is complemented by easy to close catches that are perfect for little hands. Children will be able to open and close their suitcase by themselves, while the locking function means you can also keep everything safe and secure when you’re on the move.
The lightweight material is durable, while the two carry handles and compact size of this hard suitcase make it perfect for use as hand luggage. The Trunki Trixie lightweight suitcase complies with most airlines’ hand luggage regulations.
The inside has two elastic straps and an elasticated compartment for any smaller items, so your little one’s belongings are kept safe for the whole journey.
The matching lunchbox backpack with bottle is available Cat No (LEJLK).
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