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The wheels have come off

29 March 2016

The wheels have come off - read more

To give too wide a scope of protection would mean preventing fair competition

I do not know if the inventor of the Trunki children’s suitcase genuinely intended that children between the ages of three and six would pull their own case along, or meant it simply as a place for a child to sit rather than lying on an airport floor when there are no seats available. Personally, the prospect of having to pull along a child on their suitcase (as well as the large family suitcase) fills me with horror.

However, it must be a good idea, because the owner’s business, Magmatic...

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