It’s small enough to fit in an overhead bin if you’re travelling with children, even with a fully functioning steering column and two sets of sturdy rubber wheels. And while it’s strong enough to support the weight of a kid who’s just grown too big for a stroller, when they reach Junior High it’s probably time to give up the dream. In an ideal world the $65 Skootercase would be perpetually kid-powered, but anyone who’s ever traveled with young’ns knows that the included parent-powered tow strap will probably be its most used means of propulsion.
Why Oh Why Does The Skootcase Only Exist For Kids?
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