Day four, wow the week is flying by. As you read this I will be en route to Paris for the next adventure, this time to Rock en Seine Festival, but not wanting to forget my week of prizes I have scheduled the next few prizes to be released each day this week. So far you still have chance to win two tickets to Chatsworth Country Show, one of two Scratch the World maps and a collection of Travel Toiletries.
I promised the prizes would keep getting better and today you can win a Jurni suitcase worth £80!
I was asked to review the Jurni suitcase earlier this year and so took it with me on a trip to Italy with RoomAuction. As soon as my suitcase arrived in the post I got very excited. The Jurni suitcase is the next evolution of the famous Trunki suitcase for small kids, you know the one… you see them everywhere with little kids riding on their suitcase as mum and dad pull them around the airport.
Anyway I digress.
The Jurni was originally aimed at teenagers, but they quickly realised that there are young adults (and not so young adults such as myself age 31) that love it too.
My suitcase was the blue version and has lots of little contraptions to make packing fun and exciting. Firstly there is the shelf in the suitcase that allows you to separate your clothes and stack them as if on your shelves at home, or you can just separate shoes and clothes or clothes and toiletries or whatever you want.
Then they have a fab little box on the top where you can keep your electronics or toiletries. I found this super useful when going through customs as I didn’t have to open the main part of the suitcase but could just pop the top box open and take out what I needed to for security.
Probably my favourite part was that you can sit on the suitcase, just like the Trunki but for adults. Perfect for when you are stuck in a Ryan Air queue waiting to get on your flight. I could see a few jealous looks coming my way as I relaxed with a book sat on my suitcase, whilst others stood glumly waiting for the queue to move.
The suitcase looks fab and the hard plastic means it is hard wearing and everything is safe from getting squished inside. The only downside for me was it is quite small and due to the hard plastic casing you can’t squish your clothes until they fit like you can with fabric suitcases. When it is full, it is full and if you try to squeeze too much into the case it will probably pop open. So if you are good at packing light then this is the case for you. It is bright, creative and super fun to use.
For you chance to win a Jurni suitcase of your own read on…
Enter to win a Jurni suitcase worth £80.
The competition is open to UK residents only. The more different entry option you do the more chances you have of winning. Entry is simple, just follow the instructions in the rafflecopter box below.
The competition closes at midnight on Thursday 8th September
The winner will be notified by email after the competition closes and Jurni will organise delivering your new suitcase to you. Good luck.
I was gifted the Jurni suitcase to review, but as always the reviews are my honest opinions.
Other posts you might like:
- Win a Scratch the World map
- Win a collection of travel toiletries
- Win two tickets to Chatsworth Country Fair