Start your child’s love of travel off nice and early with a fabulous Trunki luggage vehicle!
Trunki are the cutest suitcases for kids ever created. They not only
give your child a sense of responsibility for their own belongings, but
they also look like cars or trucks and
can be ridden on or towed through airports. How awesome is that!?
This Trunki’s name is Tony. He’s a fast-talking taxi that loves nothing more than to get people from Point A to Point B, showing them special city cites along the way. Tony is made from a lightweight yet tough plastic and is
perfectly shaped for riding
down 5th Avenue
thanks to his four wheels and detachable tow strap. He’s also able to
carry plenty of your child’s belongings, making him a great pal for
holidays, playing at home, weekends away and sleepovers.
Tony also comes packed with other child-friendly features like rubber
trim to prevent children’s fingers from being jammed in the case when
packing, secure lockable catches, horn grips for stability and more!
Tony the Taxi Trunki features:
Suitable for children aged three years and older.
- Made from tough, lightweight plastic,
textured in order to prevent scuffs and bumps damaging your Trunki’s
Sturdy plastic “horns” for your child to grip.
- Four heavy duty wheels and special shape allow Trunki to be ridden around airports and stations.
Protective rubber rim keeps moisture from
entering your child’s luggage; also prevents your child from jamming
their fingers in the case when packing.
Front and rear stabilisers prevent children tipping their Trunki over while onboard.
Long detachable tow strap plus two handles at the top allow
you to easily carry Trunki if your child is tired, or pull your child
along for a fun ride. An ID tag is also built in to this strap, in case
the Trunki is lost.
Generous main compartment with packing straps and internal pouch.
- Lockable catches keep your Trunki firmly closed.
- Classified as carry-on or hand luggage size by most airlines.
- Maximum load of 50kg.
Dimensions: 46cm (l) x 31cm (h) x 21cm (d).