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    Oh yeh reasons were the lack of ventilation - the pram bassinet is obviously made for outdoors and has fixed sides that don't let wind in so its not ideal for airflow inside.

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    thanks Chances, good point. Did you still get the pram with the bassinet as well or ditch the all together?

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    We love the pram and got the second seat and carrier/car seat connection and then just replaced the bassinet.

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