An adorable matching hardshell case and backpack with bright graphics that kids love. Case has a roomy interior with several pockets and sturdy wheels that rotate 360° for easy maneuvering. Great for kids of various ages, approximately 2 to 8 years.
Some bags were delivered without protective plastic films covering the exteriors, and a few were scratched upon arrival.
Lightweight. Handle is a good size for kids. Can take a beating through the airport. Good quality and (18 in.) size for a younger child. Comparatively inexpensive. Perfect for a Disney trip. Plenty of space inside suitcase. Matching bag is easy-to-carry backpack.
Zippers could be stronger and the pulls tend to fall off.
Delivered quickly. Very cute design. Luggage pieces stack on handle easily. Hard-sided case helps keep stuff from getting crushed. Wheels rotate easily. Handle is easy for small hands to grab. 16 in. suitcase.
Backpack is very small, not large enough to fit a full-size notebook.
Well-made pieces. Fits plenty of kids clothing for a trip. 2 front zippers on suitcase. 19 in. high and can be as wide as 10 in. Tote bag fits under seat on an airplane. Cute prints. Comes in over 50 different styles and colors to fit your child's taste.
Bag has a hard time standing upright on its wheels when it's packed. Not quite as heavy-duty as others on the market.
Hard-sided design. Wheels glide easily. Telescoping handle that extends long enough for an adult to use. Matching backpack. Very good for children under 5. Good color. Hard-top case protects possessions.
Protective plastic covering over the hard shell can be difficult to remove. It's a little bigger than it appears.
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Giving your child a luggage set of their own is a fun way to teach them responsibility over their belongings while also offering an avenue for self-expression. Luggage sets for children are available in all different shapes and sizes, and often showcase popular cartoon characters, animals, and patterns. Other than style, the main consideration when choosing a luggage set for your child is whether they will need a hard shell or soft shell bag. Kids who like to overpack should choose a soft shell for its flexible fabric, but children who tend to be hard on their belongings may get longer life from a hard shell model. Be sure to also pick the correct wheels for your child, as two-wheeled models offer more control over bag direction while four-wheeled models are easier to maneuver.
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