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The Trunki, if you weren’t already aware, is a revolutionary children's suitcase that doubles up as a ride-on toy.
Knowing that mum’s suggested contents would be sensible and dad’s the complete opposite, we decided to ask brothers, Boston (7) and Ryder (4) what they’d pack in theirs.
Boston / AGE: 7
WOULD LIKE TO GO TO: FIJI
With all the stresses of school, maths and playground politics, Boston would like to relax and unwind in Fiji.
WHAT HE’D PACK:
• A notebook. Nice.
• Pens. Yup.
• Food. Sensible.
• Milk. Okaaaay.
• Water. Such a wise young man.
• Chocolate. A very, very wise young man.
Upon realising he may not have room for all six items, Boston drops the milk.
Ryder / AGE: 4
WOULD LIKE TO GO TO: JAPAN
Currently donning a ninja headband, Ryder would mostly like to go to Japan for the Pokémon.
WHAT HE’D PACK:
• A phone. Obvs.
• Lego. Definitely good to have toys to play with.
• Chocolate. Interesting.
• Milk. Well this is uncanny.
• Sultana Bran. The number one holiday essential?
• Underpants. Because there’s nothing worse than an inadequate amount of underpants.
FAST TRUNKI FACTS
★ The Trunki's dimensions are: 46cm x 20.5cm x 31cm
★ 18 litre internal capacity
★ Weighs 1.7kg
★ Suitable for most hand luggage - always check with you airline first
★ There are built-in soft rubber rims to stop fingers getting caught!
★ Stabilisers to prevent accidents.
Chocolate and Sultana Bran aside, here are an additional six items to consider popping in your Trunki:
• Activity books & storybooks: Anything that will occupy their time.
• Pencil case: With pens, crayons, stickers etc.
• Toys: A favourite teddy or their favourite figurines will help if there are tantrums.
• Change of clothes: Underpants aside, children do spill things on themselves.
• Snacks: Perhaps something healthier than chocolate.
• Wet wipes and plastic bags: For all the mess they’re going to make on the plane.
• Checklist: With all of the above, remember that hand luggage which includes liquids and gels come with restrictions - check before you fly!
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