Ride On Kid's Carry-On Suitcase

Posted: Aug 8 2007, 1:32pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:14am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Ride on Kid's Carry-On Suitcase
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Any parent that has traveled with young children has been on vacation or at the airport and had a young child meltdown. Typically this happens while your arms are full of stuff and you can’t pick up your kid.

This Children’s Ridable Carry-On Suitcase from Hammacher is a great gadget for vacations with kids. The suitcase is sized to be able to carry on an airline. Once you get off the plane you can have your kid sit on the bag like a horse.

A pull strap allows you to pull the bag and your kid along behind you. The bad comes in blue and pink colors and could be a saving grace for parents with travel addled kids with them. It would also work well for those long treks from the parking lot up to your room at the hotel. Via Hammacher Schlemmer

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