Skootcase – taking children’s luggage for a ride

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Travelling with kids just got a lot more fun. 

Is it a suitcase or is it a scooter? Well, it’s kind of both. The Skootcase is a clever little contraption which could very nearly save any parent’s sanity in a bustling airport. Your child can pack their favourite bits and bobs in their very own case, then hop on board, while you take the tow strap and drive them through the airport.

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The Skootcase has a fully functioning steering column (this can be a good or bad thing, I think!). The design is based on the rather stylish Vespa scooters you see zooming through the streets of Italian cities. It has rubber wheels, and is small enough to pass as carry-on luggage. It comes in blue or pink, and is available from the manufacture, Diggin Active for US$69.99, but you will most likely need a reshipper.

(via Gizmodo)

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9 Comments

  1. Can you list these as soon as they are available in Oz? X

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  2. Actually Kidstuff stocks them I ordered three yesterday hooray!!

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  3. Look at those smiling little faces! As a regular plane traveller internationally & in Australia with twin boys aged 5, feel qualified to comment. This is great in theory. What happens when kids tired & grumpy & just want to be carried? Will have to deal with children plus carry these! Not for me. Maybe fine for 1 child

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  4. We travel a lot with 2 and 4 year old and love our trunki (shared) for giving tired little people a place to sit and be pulled along. One gets carried or walks and the other is pulled. Wondering if the steering would make it harder to pull along? Does look super cute though!

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  5. These look greay although can you take it as carry on luggage and are they available in wa Australia

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  6. Hi Ashley, you will have to check the dimensions with the carry-on luggage specifications of your airline carrier. I suspect that yes they would fit in an overhead compartment, but best check just in case! ~LK

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  7. How to buy this ,I’m interest of this

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  8. i love this children luggage so much!
    how to buy this?

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  9. Hi Christine, just click on the link in the above post – it will take you to the website for purchasing. Depending on where you live, you may require a reshipper for delivery. Thanks ~LK

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