The Strolley Makes Travelling With Toddlers Easier

The StrolleyThe Strolley

Travelling with a toddler can be more than a challenge.  Just getting all of the essentials packed up and ready to go can be trying.  Once you get to the airport, bus depot or train station you are already at the end of your rope and the journey is just beginning.  Inevitably, your little monkey will become either completely energized by the hubbub or will have a complete meltdown.  Either way, it can be hard to keep your cool as you manoeuvre around the busy building.

The last thing you want at this point is to have to chase your toddler through the crowd.  The Strolley by Castiglione Morelli Design is perfect for just such an occasion.  Created by Rafael Vinader Balibrea, this suitcase/stroller was the winner of the Samsonite Baby Travel Design Competition.

This amazing innovation functions as a traditional hard-case rolling suitcase, but has a stroller portion that can be pulled out when necessary.  The Strolley gives you the ability to navigate the crowds easily with your toddler without the worry that he/she will get lost or trampled.  Once you reach the check-in point you will not have to struggle with trying to carry your child, luggage and an awkward stroller.  It sounds like a great idea all around.

Mar 10, 2010
by Anonymous

Just extra baggage

I have always wondered why people think they need to use a stroller everywhere they go. I have never owned one and never wanted one . . . I always carried my baby in my arms and didn't think twice about it, seemed the natural thing to do.

Mar 11, 2010
by Kim Patterson

I carry mine often too, but

I carry mine often too, but it is nice to have a safe place to put them when you have a bunch of items you are also trying to carry like at the airport.