The tale of a toddler and her Trunki PaddlePak

June 27, 2014

Trunki Paddlepak review

Once upon a time, there was a knock at the door. It was a delivery man, bearing gifts for young a toddler.

“What’s THAT?” She asked, wide-eyed. “Let’s open it and see,” her mother replied.

And lo, it was a splendidly purple and green octopus, with flappy legs and goggly eyes.

“What’s it’s name?” her mother asked. The young toddler thought for a second. “Occopus”. And so it came to pass that Occopus the Octopus Trunki Paddlepak it was.

The Octopus had special, magical powers, for it was as well as being a many-armed sea creature it was also a waterproof bag, made by Trunki for aquatic adventures to the swimming pool or beach. It also had hidden capacities for carrying about a tardis-like amount of toddler stuff, and a secret pocket underneath for hiding small plastic toys, as well as a safe and wondrous clasp that comes apart easily.

More than anything else. the bag was brightly coloured and interesting and a huge amount of fun, and cast a spell on all little people that encountered it.

So Occopus and Eliza went on many magical missions together.

To the beach…

Trunki beach

On the pier, playing musical instruments

Trunki on the pier

And to the park…

Trunki review

Did they all live happily ever after? It’s looking promising…

We were sent the Trunki Paddlepak to review, from the makers of the children’s sit-on suitcases. It costs £19 and comes in a range of about nine different fishy designs, including a Nemo. They are all  decidedly gender-neutral, so well done Trunki. We all love it.

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