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Pram liner for Versa

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simplynails Tue 21-May-13 20:00:36

Thanks tiggywunkle. Its set on the lowest as DD is quite small. The next hole up comes way above her shoulders and would rub even more I guess. Will try liner. Do I need anything special to fit this buggy?

I've used seat adaptors on my oyster a lot, just didn't know if the versa ones were just as easy as I have no experience on this buggy.

Tiggywunkle Tue 21-May-13 18:38:09

Is the harness at the correct height? A liner would sort this out if you left the hooks behind the liner holes instead of pulling them through the strap holes.

Car seat adaptors are easy to use. However you should only use them for short outings ie running into the doctors or a shop. I wouldnt use them for any longer than say a 15-30 min outing. For a "proper" shopping trip, carry on transferring your DD to the pushchair seat.

simplynails Tue 21-May-13 16:56:45

Hi,
Our lovely versa arrived on Friday and have been out a few times. Loving it so far but one thing I have noticed is that DD's head/ears rub on the strap adjusting part. Would a liner sort this out? What type would fit? Lamb skin or a regular footmuff unzipped?

Also another query, my dd is 8 months and on the few times we've been out I have just taken her out of car seat and put her in the buggy, would adaptors be more convenient for trips to shops or will I not get much use out of them? Also how easy are they to use on this buggy? Thanks for any help x

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