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Flying with a P&T

(6 Posts)
QueenieUK Tue 25-Aug-09 11:26:10

My first post so be gentle with me please...

I've bought a P&T vibe and am planning to take it on a flight in the next couple of weeks. I'm worried about it getting damaged in the plane and was thinking of buying the Vibe travel bag. Some questions first...

* What has happened to your P&T whilst on the plane? (horror and positive stories please)

* If you have a travel bag, do I really need to spend £60 on buying the official Vibe one? Can't it fit in any old big bag or one of the other P&T travel bags??

Lastly, is it worth using up precious weight allowance on a puncture kit and pump?

Thanks everyone and happy holidays!

ilove Tue 25-Aug-09 11:27:19

I wouldn't go anywhere without a puncture kit tbh...

4andnotout Tue 25-Aug-09 13:45:02

I have heard that ikea do a bag which is perfect as a p&t travel bag, would def take a puncture kit

EldonAve Tue 25-Aug-09 13:48:20

We bought the proper bag but have yet to fly with ours
I have seen lots of people travelling with them
I'm sure in the travel bag they are fine

I wouldn't bother to take puncture kit and pump though

nicolamumof3 Tue 25-Aug-09 14:30:16

for the price of the pushchair personally i'd want it in the proper bag and i'd take the puncture kit as its sods law that you will get a puncture kit whilst away, they don't weigh pushchairs anyway do they?

Knickers0nMaHead Tue 01-Sep-09 21:00:30

I 'bought' a travel bag and twoleftfeet pissed off with my cash angry

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