National Geographic Kids Luggage Was $70 | Now $35 & Free Shipping @ Best Buy
If you are looking for good quality children's luggage that will also appeal to your little animal, then check out Best Buy Canada's final clearance sale on National Geographic Kids Luggage. The National Geographic Tiger 16" 2-Wheeled Kids Luggage and the National Geographic Panda 16" 2-Wheeled Kids Luggage are both on sale from $69.97 down to $49.97. There is an extra 30% off all clearance luggage right now when you add it to your cart. In cart, each piece of luggage comes down to $34.98 with free shipping.
These luggage are perfect for the child traveling with you. Each features a National Geographic photo of a popular animal. Your child can choose between the tiger with the green colour scheme or the panda with the blue colour scheme. While I like pandas very much, I love the bright colour combination of the orange and the green on the tiger luggage. I also like that both these pieces of luggage would work for a girl or a boy.
Each piece of luggage measures 16" and is made of strong ABS construction (water-resistant) and in-line skate wheels for easy pulling behind you. The single tube handle system is adjustable to ensure your child is comfortable pulling their luggage. The handle can be adjusted for children of different sizes.
Inside, enjoy a two-compartment style organizing your child's clothes. There are elasticized hold-down straps inside the luggage to keep everything in place. While there are not a lot of reviews, one grandparent said:
my granddaughter loved it very easy for her to move it. Appears sturdy
I really could not find the National Geographic luggage for kids anywhere else. Neither Bentley nor Hudson's bay carries it. The resellers at Amazon Canada are selling them for exorbitant prices as are the resellers at Amazon.com. I did find the bags priced at $69.95 USD on the National Geographic website. Given the beautiful imagery and the quality of his hard luggage on rollers, I figured that this was an excellent price.
Hey Moosers, do you buy your children their own luggage? If so, what do you think of these pieces by National Geographic?
(Expiry: 22nd October 2015)