After all, not everyone goes on holiday just in the ‘long’ summer holiday and if you want to buy now and store these while they are in stock, that might be an idea too. Especially as a couple of colours already look low in numbers.
Why so good? Well, without sounding shallow, they just look the part. But they have a practical use too, especially if you want something a little different and more stylish than the commonly-seen Trunki.
These cases can also be wheeled around, but unlike Trunki, these are not ride-ons. They are smaller versions of adult luggage with retractable handles and with a distinctly vintage twist. Talking of being smaller, they are designed primarily for children between the age of 2 and 6.
When you aren’t on your travels, they are also rather nice interior design pieces as well and great for storing favourite toys and special treasures (whatever that means for your kids – in our house it’s just old rocks for some reason).
Plenty of bright colours as you would expect and if you want one, the See-ya suitcase retails for £59.