These Adorable Travel Cases Are Perfect for Your Car-Crazy Kids
  • There are travel trolleys for kids, and they've been for quite some time now. They're cute and sturdy that little kids can even sit on them while waiting in the airport. But what if your child outgrows these kiddie designs? Of course, you wouldn't want to carry your kids luggage for them. We may have found the solution to your problem -- at least for kids who absolutely love cars!

    Meet the line of Ridaz travel cases, obviously shaped after popular cars. If your children are into automobiles, we don't see any reason why they wouldn't insist on keeping these pull-along hard-shell cases close to them all the time. They might even throw a tantrum if you tried to pry these away from them.

    The available models for now are the following:

    * Chevrolet Camaro (49cm x 30cm x 21cm) - sky blue, red, yellow

    * Ford Mustang (49cm x 28cm x 21.5cm) - red, yellow

    * Lamborghini Huracan (49cm x 27cm x 22cm) - orange, yellow

    * Toyota 86 (50cm x 31cm x 25cm) - black, orange

    And yes, these travel cases are "officially licensed" with the concerned car brands, according to Waido Marketing and Distribution's Genevieve Tiu. Tiu also adds that these cases are "fully functional on two and four wheels," and their size fits into a regular aircraft's overhead compartment.

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    A Batmobile (Batman V Superman version) travel case is also available, but good luck getting your hands on it as it's always out of stock.


    Want one of these Ridaz pull-along cars cases for your rug rat? They're available at Hobbes & Landes--specifically, at its branches in Bonifacio High Street, Greenhills Promenade, Greenbelt 5 and Rockwell Power Plant. The car travel cases sell for P4,050 each, while the Batmobile travel case is priced at P4,250.

    Just a warning: Your kids might demand to be brought along even on your business trips just so they could rock their Ridaz.

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