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    Default Portable cot vs. 'tent' style

    Has anyone used the tent style portable sleeper rather than a usual portacot? (not sure if I'm allowed to mention brand names!) If so, what are the pros and cons? I'm thinking the tent style might be handy for my twins as they fold smaller. Are they SIDS safe for air flow etc?

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    yes they are safe to use, but you will find they aren't as roomy/big as some full sized porta cots.

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    porta cots can be used as play pens as well which is very handy.


 

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