A while back we were introduced to the scooter case Flyte and were really excited, with its cabin sized case and an inbuilt scooter it is bound to make these adventures more fun!
With a scooting mad 5-year-old and lots of family adventures planned we were really thrilled to be offered one of these scooter cases to see what our thoughts are on it while using it in real life.
When the Flyte case arrived I have to say I loved the design on the front is super bright and funky and it certainly represented Joshua with its “Kid on a mission” slogan.
It comes with an internal pocket and also case straps to hold things in place and with its 25 ltr capacity it is ideal for holidays and giving your small person some independence of packing their own things in their case.
The case weighs in at 3.6kgs and so adding in toys and play essentials for any trip away is certainly super easy and we could pack this for a weekend away with all the essentials or packing for a flight would work to, but if flying with it please check luggage guidelines for restrictions and weights.
The inbuilt scooter is really easy to unfold from the back of the case and the handle extends from the back the case by pushing a button and pulling upwards.
The version that was sent to us was the Midi which is aimed at ages 4-8 years but they do also do a mini range from ages 2-4 so even the littles of scooter lovers can play!
I love the whole concept of this case as it really is fantastic to have a scooter on hand when taking trips away that you wouldn’t necessarily have taken a scooter on and far less to remember to pack up when its time to go home.
From the off I expected the scooter aspect to be less functional than a standard scooter but Joshua has no problems at all and loved hurtling around on it.
They currently retail at £69.99 but for something that does 2 jobs I would expect the price to be higher than a standard cabin case.
All in all we think it’s a great addition to any trip and ideal for keeping little folks busy too!
Disclaimer: We were sent this product for the purposes of this review, all thoughts and opinions were independently formed by members of The Oliver’s Madhouse.