Suitcase Choices for kids


April 21, 2013 by Terumi

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So the guys have decided that they no longer need their trunkis for travel.  I found this cool one a little while ago that would let them skoot around, but they are convinced they want to travel ‘like grown-ups’ so I decided not to get it.

We are currently debating these three:

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This one by Heys feels like an adult style with a kid print.  I know the flashy wheels would definitely catch their eyes, but I can’t find a store that actually sells them so we can see them in ‘real life’ so it’s hard to make a purchase.

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Then we saw this one at Bergman Luggage in Seattle that seemed cute too.  This penguin one was not in stock but they had another similar design.  I liked how it came with both a backpack and a suitcase.

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And then the kids picked this one. It’s a Samsonite.  A grown-up Samsonite.  They think they’ll be able to stick stickers on it to make it their own.  I’m a little worried it will scratch and maybe they’ll want one that’s more kid-like when they actual go on a trip.

What do you use for travel with kids?  Any recommendations before we make the plunge and buy one?  Or which of these three would you buy?  They’re all around the same price.



  1. We have been debating getting the penguin one as well, but haven’t bit the bullet to do so yet!

  2. Terumi says:

    I know! It’s totally hard to figure out how long they’ll use them for and if it’s worth the cost. They used their trunkis for about two years so that seemed like a good investment.

  3. […] ones.  I’m thankful that the guys chose some pretty easily manageable suitcases.  (Yes, Samsonite-we went with you guys!).  We also had more luggage than we usually do because we had two different […]

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