Trunki Trixi Reviews
Product Type: Trunki Outdoor Toy
Description:Model ID 127094 /
Newest Review: ... it is sort of animal-like but which also are used for the child to hold on to when riding Trixi. The bright colours make it ... more
Customer Trunki Trixi Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/05/13 (Very useful, 13 readings)
We bought Trixi the Trunki for my daughter when she was 2.5. We were going on a trip to Hong Kong and I was really worried about entertaining my daughter for the flight as well as the time spent waiting in the airport. I knew myself and my husband would have our hands full with our large suitcases so wanted something for my daughter that would entertain her as well as something she would feel was "her own". Trixi is one of a range of Trunkis. I got it because my little girl loves pink things but they come in all sorts of colours and designs. The case is made of a hard and very sturdy plastic. It has 4 wheels and 2 carry handles. It ... Read the complete review
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