Pineapple – the king of fruits
The drought-tolerant pineapple plant grows five to eight feet tall, and bears fruit with a tough, spiky exterior around 12 inches long. Native to Paraguay, pineapples got their name from the Spanish word “piña,” meaning “pinecone.” Technically, it’s not one fruit, but 100-200 fruitlets fused together. Pineapples were very expensive in the 1700s, so American colonists would rent a pineapple and carry it around at parties to flaunt their wealth.
Light, flexible and extremely strong, the Fruitcase features Japanese Hinomoto low-noise wheels and carrier handle for ultra-smooth gliding, while an adjustable, extra high telescopic handle ensures easy manoeuvrability. The absence of a permanent fabric interior allows for easy cleaning with a moist cloth to remove stains.
Accepted by all major airlines and orchards.
Each Fruitcase is supplied with mesh dividers.
Warranty: 5 years
Dimensions: 53.5 x 33.5 x 20.0 cm (W x H x D)
Weight: 3.05 kg
Volume: 35.0 L
Materials: 100% recyclable 4-ply Bayer Makrolon Polycarb Shell
Zipper: Japanese YKK
Designed in Denmark
Manufactured in China and the UK
1. Price includes planting of tree in Africa
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