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    Sweet as! There's a king fisher blue (same as my pram) on eBay, 6 hours to go, no bids, $25 starting price, half an hour drive away! Squee!

    I'd chuck $50 at it and see what happens

    Edit: never mind... 6 days.. Not hours... Shall just have to watch it for a week then. Bummer.
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    Poo! LOL.... Is it better for you to spend the money on a new bassinet? DD2 hasn't had any problems in the Strider seat and had a pretty good sleep in there. She did have silent reflux though so the more upright-ish position was better for her, something to consider!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Boobycino, do you know if a new bassinet would fit an old (2008) strider?

    I have a bassinet but think it might be mouldey beyond redemption due to poor storage.
    I was emailing them again with more questions so I've asked the manufacturer directly for you

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    Thanks so much, boobycino!


 

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