PaddlePak Review: Meet Willy the Whale

I
always thought Trunki was just about the famous sit on toy, well how wrong was
I! They have expanded quite
dramatically since then, with a whole array of useful and practical items for
children.

We were sent the adorable Whale PaddlePak (RRP £29.99) to
review, these are splash-proof backpacks perfect for trips to the beach or
basically anywhere you find lots of water (being in Wales that means almost
everywhere!). Children like getting wet
and splashing around, but their prized possessions can stay dry and safe inside
these clever bags.


Eldest
had seen the adverts on telly and had plans for Willy the PaddlePak to be his
new swimming bag. I think they are
ideal for this purpose.



He went to a
swimming birthday party yesterday and he came home and the bag was dry ready
for his first swimming lesson with school today! I do not have to send him with a plastic bag to keep his wet
things in which can be a safety risk (children seem to like wearing them over
their faces and causing parents to have major panic attacks!), the PaddlePak
did the job! He was not sporting a wet
back as his trunks had dripped out all over him.

There
was plenty of storage room for his towel, trunks and armbands. You could also add some goggles in there and
a bottle of shampoo if needed; the 10 litres capacity is ample for the task! If you have a younger child, there is the
very colourful tropical range with a smaller capacity (7.5 litres), these look
very appealing and bright! They have an
RRP of £19.99.

Those
first swimming lessons can be a daunting experience for children, so I know he
has gone that little bit more excited for having a new PaddlePak to show all
his friends! Mummy is feeling that
little bit happier knowing he has a light weight bag he can manage, that will
keep him nice and dry. It’s a big step
letting our children gain independence, thank you to Trunki for helping me
along that journey…

To
see more of what Trunki has to offer check out their website.

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