As seen on The Apprentice – The Booster seat than can be used as a Rucksack!
As seen on The Apprentice episode where the teams went to Paris and sold British products to the French; the BoostApak Travel Booster Seat proved to be the critical item and resulted in Susan’s team winning with a record order of €214,000 from French retail giant La Redoute.
With the law requiring all children under 12 years old or 135cm in height to use a booster seat it’s important to have one to hand at all times. BoostApak is the ideal solution, a spacious, hand-luggage approved rucksack which doubles as a booster seat, perfect for car-pooling and family holidays. The BoostApak eliminates the need to hire a second hand car seat when renting a vehicle on holiday. It also doubles as a dining booster when eating out, and can be used for trips to the cinema.
Compare the price of the Trunki BoostApak:
The BoostApak is made by Trunki, the same company whose suitcase on wheels for children was rejected in the Dragons Den. Since company founder Rob Law’s appearance in the Den in 2006, when Theo Paphitis famously ‘broke’ the Trunki suitcase, the company has gone on to achieve massive success, and have now created a range of innovative travel products which are designed to make family travel easier!
Stay hydrated throughout the trip or keep essential bits and bobs close to hand with the new improved Trunki holster and hand puppet. The bottle bag or bits pouch can clip onto your Trunki, the back of a seat or pram, or even be carried around using a Trunki shoulder strap. Doubling as a hand puppet, this holster helps to keep boredom at bay.