Last year when we went on holiday to Mallorca, the airport was alive with Trunkis, including LBG’s Trixie (that’s the bright pink one). They are great for airports: all that open space and smooth polished flooring make them easy to pull and better to ride on. This week, we hit North America, and saw only one other Trunki the entire trip, so got lots of attention as we travelled through Toronto and Phoenix Airports. Several people asked me where they came from. Dimples held on very tight to her Harley (Ladybird).
Recently Idealo.co.uk got in touch with me to ask if I would like to review one of the Trunki posse. I- after a moment of wishing that I had a third child in need of one- explained that the DG family were total converts to the Trunki philosophy already: did you know, for example, that almost every part of the Trunki is designed to be replaced? I didn’t, until Mrs L told me about her recent need to get a replacement part. She was also very impressed with the customer service. I like good customer service. I also like good design, especially in products which are used by children, and if our Trunkis can survive the knocks they get just being walked around by my girls, I’m certain they can handle the knocks they get from baggage handlers.
So, you see, I don’t need to be persuaded to write glowing reviews of Trunki products, because I have already invested in their products. But I get to give away a Trunki to you, lovely readers. And all you have to do is leave a comment below telling me which Trunki you would get if you won. Don’t forget to leave your contact details.
And if you would like an extra chance to win, then tweet the following, leaving a second comment with your twitter name, telling me you have done so: “I want to #win a Trunki with @domesticgoddesq and www.idealo.co.uk”