Trunki BoostApak Travel Pack Booster Seat Reviews
Product Type: Trunki child car seats
Description:Brand: Trunki / Type: Booster Seat
Newest Review: ... idea - a backpack that turns into a fully functional booster seat! As with all Trunki products the quality of the product is ... more
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Customer Trunki BoostApak Travel Pack Booster Seat Reviews (4)
by - written on 07/09/11 (Very useful, 297 readings)
The Trunki BoostApak was launched in 2010, but achieved fame in the latest series of the Apprentice when it was selected as one of the innovate new British products that the candidates could choose to attempt to sell to the French market. It created great debate within the teams, sparking such conversational gems as 'do the French drive?' and 'do the French love their children?', before becoming the make or break product of that particular episode. Rejected by one team in favour of a lamp shaped like a teapot and a postcard that grows cress, it provided the team that did choose it with a massive order and subsequent victory in the task. * The Product ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/11 (Very useful, 164 readings)
I am a safety conscious freak when it comes to my children. All of my children require car seats and we have them already installed in our car. I do have two booster seats for my middle children age 4 and 6 years , these are pretty portable when moving from car to car. Going on holiday last year i felt uncomfortable taking the children on the plane without a booster seat yet i did not want to carry pushchairs , all our luggage and two booster seats plus hand luggage for the plane so i decided to buy two Trunki boostapak. I had see the Trunki boostapaks before online. I purchased the Trunki boostapak from Amazon uk because they had money off them and free ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/13 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Back in June I was preparing and packing for a long trip to my home country of Russia. As I was travelling on my own with two young children I had to be prepared! I started an online search for a child friendly backpack that my kids could use on our travel. Initially I looked at pull along suitcases and rucksacks and then accidentally stumbled upon this Trunki seat. As soon as I saw it I decided I had to buy it. The product arrived a couple of days later and I couldn't wait to unpack it. What an excellent and ingenious idea - a backpack that turns into a fully functional booster seat! As with all Trunki products the quality of the product is second ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/12 (Useful, 87 readings)
I bought 2 of these for my 2 children, aged 4 and 7, after a friend recommended them for our holidays. I purchased them from John Lewis because it was the only place that had them in stock at the time. They were packaged well and came with detailed instructions. My first impressions were good. They look great and feel sturdy. As a car booster seat it's excellent, one of the best booster seats I have come across. It has a strong sturdy hollow base, it's lightweight and has fold out seat belt guides for added safety and comfort. The fabric can be wiped clean and there's also ID tags on the fabric which is a great idea when you have more than one child or when ... Read the complete review
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