Trunki Original Ride-On Safety Certified Kid’s Luggage

Last updated: February 24, 2023

This luggage doubles a a riding toy for more fun at the airport. The 14.75-gallon capacity closes up and turns into a rolling toy that your child can sit on top of while you tow them along. Details like soft rubber sides and a secure yet easy-open latch make this luggage extra kid-friendly.

Trunki Original Ride-On Safety Certified Kid’s Luggage

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: This kids' luggage piece is a large-capacity suitcase and pull-along ride combined.

In our analysis of 29 expert reviews, the Trunki Original Ride-On Safety Certified Kid's Luggage placed 13th when we looked at the top 22 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Trunki has 14.75 gallon capacity so plenty of room to pack it full of gear to keep kids entertained & fresh on flights or room for clothes for sleepovers and room to pack toys for role-play at home.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Functions as both luggage and toy
Trunki suitcases are made from durable plastic and are designed for kids to not only fill them with their favorite things but also ride on them. How cool is that? They come with wheels and a strap that allows them to be pulled along, and are available in a slew of kid-friendly designs, such as a unicorn, firetruck, tiger, dinosaur, ladybird and bumblebee. The suitcase also comes with a molded key for closure.
The kids also find it easy to pull their own Trunki kids luggage (if they are not riding on it).
The Trunki has plenty of space for toys, clothes, diapers and snacks for your flight or travel plans. It is easy for your child to pull it through airports on this kids ride on suitcase and it is also quite easy for adults to pull children down long terminals if their little legs get tired and you are traveling without a stroller.

What reviewers didn't like

Closing and opening the luggage is not easy
I was happily browsing in a shop when we heard our names being called over the tannoy to say we were late for our flight. I grabbed the Trunki pull strap and yanked it with me as I set off at a run, only to find my daughter had fallen off the back of the suitcase! She was fine, but it acted as a caution for me to be more careful with the kids ride on luggage from then on.
Your child cannot put it on their back to have free hands (and either can you, if you end up carrying it, but it does have a long shoulder strap option to throw it over your shoulder.
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