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Bet you didn’t know about these Trunki products… The SnooziHedz and Paddlepak Review

Daisy and SnooziHedz

Why is it that even though my child is far smaller than I am, she still complains about being squished into an airplane seat and can’t get comfy enough to sleep?  I’ve experimented with putting up armrests, having her lay her head on the tray table, creating a ‘bed’ with a suitcase in between seats…  So when I was sent a SnooziHedz to review I was rather intrigued.

The SnooziHedz travel pillow is another invention from the people that brought you the ubiquitous Trunki.  It is basically a soft pillow in the shape of a cute character attached to a fleece blanket.  Unzip the pillowcase and there’s an inflatable pillow insert.

SnooziHedz on the plane

The fleece blanket is lovely and snuggly and measures 70 x 90cm. It also washes easily. The Trunki Grip on the pillow and blanket means that it stays attached.  There is also a pocket on the front of the blanket to put dummy, comforter etc.

The SnooziHedz measures 23cm x 20cm and weighs 240g.  Yet another item to pack in the Trunki!

Whilst I don’t think the SnooziHedz is the answer to guaranteeing your kids to sleep on a plane, it is a really sweet product and my daughter was very excited about getting snuggled up in her seat.  In fact, we were flying with a group of friends and all the young kids wanted to play with it!  It would also be useful for car journeys and would make a great kids birthday present.

 

In Hong Kong you can buy the SnooziHedz for HKD $249 from Bumps to Babes, Mothercare and Toys’r’Us.  Overseas it is available online from the usual retailers.

Daisy with PaddlePak

The PaddlePak is an adorable water resistant backpack.  Since receiving ours, it is now my go-to bag for swimming classes and is perfect to take on holiday.  We got ‘Flo’, the pink PaddlePak (of course) although there are lots of designs available.

You can squash quite a lot in and the tail fin detail also has a little pocket.  To close, the bag has a roll top that clips together and creates a dry seal.

PaddlePak on Boat

The bag is lightweight so easy to pack away in a suitcase on holiday or for kids to carry as hand baggage.  This would also make a fantastic birthday present.

The PaddlePak is HKD $249 and you can buy it in Hong Kong at Bumps to Babes, Nobletime and Dymocks.  Outside of HK, it is available online at the usual suspects.

 

 

Jetlag & Mayhem was sent a Snoozihedz and PaddlePak to review by Bloom & Grow Asia.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are my own!

2 comments

  1. allthecaminggear

    The Tinies love their Trunkis and have had the neck supports for the car before too, so I’m not surprised that the brand has come up with another winning kids travel product. They look fab, might invest in time for our jollies

    1. Nicola

      My favourite neck support of the moment is a Kuhi Comfort. They don’t have a kids one yet although it could fit an older child – check them out they are amazing!

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