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The Year of the Dragon – Trunki and SnooziHedz Review and Competition

The dragon is a symbol of good fortune and sign of intense power. Therefore, those people born in Dragon years are to be honored and respected.

Dragon years include:

1904 * 1916 * 1928 * 1940 * 1952 * 1964 * 1976 * 1988 * 2000 *2012

To celebrate the year of the dragon, Trunki have launched a new limited edition dragon Trunki case that represents luck and prosperity, has a red body, swirling yellow moustache, wide eyes and metallic silver wings.

Due to things like Mike the Knight and Florrie’s dragons, BBhas been very excited about the idea of a dragons, and all three kiddies spent a week at pre-school in February celebrating and learning about the year of the dragon. On one day BBtook in a soft toy that I thought was a dragon, but BBquickly informed me that in fact it was a dinosaur, as ‘it has no wings Mummy!’ Well of course Noah!

So when the dragon case turned up (to complete is obsession of something to put all his things in) he was over the moon. Funnily they have all just wanted to use it as a ride on toy at the moment (especially Little Madam) and charge round the lounge on it claiming it is breathing fire, but we have two breaks away this coming year including my sister’s wedding so he will love being able to pack ‘his things’ into his own case.

The year of the dragon, Trunki and snoozihedz review and competition

Little Madam enjoying her new ride!

I was really impressed with how sturdy and strong the case is, and that it clasps together firmly with locking catches each hand. It come with a long strap so you can carry it, or pulls it along and also has two short carry handles. Inside it has a pocket to put all the little bit and pieces in and one side has teddy bear straps so you can place in cloths and know thy will stay in place and not crease up too much!

The case Dimensions are 46 x 20.5 x 31cm – Weight 1.7kg and it honestly is really light to hold. If the box it arrived in had not had Trunki on the side I would have been wondering what it was because it was so light!

Matching the Trunki case is SnooziHedz dragon. This invention is my absolute favourite and I shall be investing in some for the twins. Basically inside a cute little dragon pouch is a blanket and a blow up pillow. You blow the pillow up and cover it in the pouch. The genius part is the there is a catch mechanism so you can attach the blanket to the pillow so that it does not fall off your child. So many times, whilst travelling at night we have children wake because they are cold and their blanket won’t stay on. This totally solves that problem. I have been very impressed by this, and BBloves having a pillow he can take in the car!

The year of the dragon, Trunki and snoozihedz review and competition, Multiple Mummy

Catching some Zzzzzz! (Little actor!)

I have been so impressed by Trunki’s products and think they would be amazing presents for kids for birthdays or a brilliant travelling treat.

Priced at £37.99 for the Trunki case and £19.95 for the SnooziHedz which you can buy directly online from their store.
I have been given the opportunity for one of you lucky people to win a Limited Edition Dragon Trunki Case plus a Snooziheadz! What an amazing prize!

All you have to do to enter is follow the instructions below!

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If you would like to see more competitions then please see my Competitions page!

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