TernX Takes Ride On Suitcase to the Next Level

Ride-on suitcases make traveling more convenient for parents and entertaining for kids. Plus, you get style points, too! Simply, these hybrid luggage and carriers are like modern-day workhorses. They make the in-betweens during travels more manageable for the family.

But what about safety? Can a toddler always ride harmlessly on a suitcase? What if a random occurrence leaves them unsupervised? What protections are in place to make sure that your kids will not get hurt?

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 Toddlers love TernX Carry On with its ergonomic seat

What is Ride-on Luggage?

Ride-on luggage is a luggage designed to be ridden like a small vehicle, normally by children. This suitcase allows kids to sit on them while being pulled by adults.

While ride-on luggage is able to make walking around or standing in line more convenient, children are also exposed to the risk of falling or tipping over, especially when you have young children in tow and when everyone is tired from long flights.

Unless we're talking about TernX Carry On Luggage Stroller, which remarkably takes strollers and ride on suitcases to the next level.

Aside from being multifunctional and lightweight, the TernX carry on travel bag and stroller is the only ride-on suitcase to include a 5-point harness that helps keep your child safe at all times. Additionally, it effortlessly tucks them in for a smooth ride and provides essential protection from elements once you're outside of hotels and airports.


 TernX is an upgrade for ride on suitcase


Is There a Suitcase You Can Sit On?

Ride-on suitcases are available in most markets and are generally allowed in an airport and inside the plane. But of course, it's best to check with your local travel authorities and airline if battery-powered or smart suitcases are allowed on board.

But to answer the question, ride-on suitcases are indeed available and even have variants for children and adults, though most of them tend to be just luggage on wheels with minimal control and protection.


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Are Rideable Suitcases Legal?

There are no standards that outright disqualify ride-on suitcases for air travel. But airports themselves have different guidelines for ride-on suitcases, particularly smart or battery-powered ones. As such, it's important to observe any sign and handling requirements before your travels.

Moreover, there is also a case to be made that while some ride-on suitcases are made for children, they are still far from the safest option. Instead, we see the TernX ride on suitcase stroller, a Best Inventions of 2022 awarded by TIME, as the indisputable hybrid stroller solution for traveling families.

The world's first certified carry-on suitcase, which unfolds into a stroller is made from aluminum and recycled polycarbonate to keep your child and valuables safe at all times. Lest we forget, TernX can be taken onboard like a regular carry on luggage, which means there's no need for you to change your routine or constantly worry about airline restrictions.


 Creating memories with the TernX Carry On Luggage Stroller


Are Ride On Suitcases Allowed in Airports?

Ride-on suitcases are fun for kids and convenient even for adults when boarding gets hectic. However, keep in mind that these units rely on batteries that may be restricted, which is something you'll have to verify with your respective airline.

Suitcases with a removable lithium battery may be granted an exception by some authorities, although that means you'll have to do a bit of tinkering before you can even board.

On the other hand, ride-on suitcases for kids like Trunki and Jetkids are usually permitted at the airport though you have to check with the airline to make sure you can use them onboard.

All things considered, we love TernX's carry on stroller more, because it's convenient, secure and practical without any drawbacks.


What Age Are Ride-on Suitcases for?

Most ride-on suitcases like Jetkids and Trunki designed for children aged 3 to 6. Meanwhile, TernX's hybrid stroller is more flexible and is recommended for toddlers and younger children aged 6 months up to 3 to 4 years old depending on stature.



Why Choose TernX Carry On as Your Ride On Suitcase

Tern X compliments our no-nonsense travel and boarding practice to a tee. A stylish, space-saving hybrid stroller and luggage that makes organizing easier for the family and traveling less jarring for kids.

Moving around doesn't feel like a chore with TernX since the adjustable handlebar is easy to maneuver and the stroller itself is easy to push across uneven surfaces. Also, we find the detachable UPF canopy as a great value-addition that makes the stroller more suitable for casual walks.

If you love its ingenious design and unique combination of function and comfort, you can order your TernX Carry On Stroller today.

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