Biomaster partner Trunki has won a Silver medal at the 10th Annual Junior Magazine Design Awards with the antimicrobial children’s luggage ‘Abbie the Ambulance’.
Trunki, the UK company behind the original ride-on luggage, was honoured in the Best Children’s Backpack/Suitcase Design category.
The first of her kind, Abbie the Ambulance is made with inbuilt Biomaster technology which inhibits the growth of harmful microbes on surfaces. The protection works 24/7 and is effective for the lifetime of the product.
Abbie is manufactured from lightweight plastic and is covered by a 5-year guarantee. With 18 litres capacity and secure lockable catches, she can be used as hand luggage for holidays or perfect overnight bags for sleepovers.
The first Trunki was invented by company founder and CEO Rob Law in 2006. As well as ride-on suitcases, the company now makes a range of innovative travel accessories for families, including backpacks, child reins, travel pillows, car seats and face masks.
The Junior Design Awards are highly coveted in the family lifestyle award arena, recognised by brands, clients and consumers alike.
Rob Law says: “I’m delighted Abbie has won silver, with her silver ion Biomaster protection, giving families that extra confidence to travel more safely.”
Addmaster Managing Director Dr. Sandrine Garnier adds: "we are thrilled to be working with the creative and innovative team at Trunki, and hope this is the first of many more antimicrobial travel accessories."
For more information visit the Trunki website.
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