The latest traveller design features new full mesh sides for optimal viewing while your child sleeps (versus a fabric/mesh split in the previous design). Full mesh sides create a tensioned effect, with the base fabric and mattress raised slightly from the ground, until a child is in the traveller. When the child is inside the sides will remain slightly raised to create a gentle hammock effect. This design has passed all global safety standards so that you can be assured of your child's safety.
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- I'm finding the legs of the traveller sometimes hard or tricky to remove. How do I do it?
- I'm having difficulties pressing down the nib springs on my traveller v3 to disassemble the frame?
- Can you tell me what type of materials and fabrics are used for the construction of the Nest including mattress and sheets?
- I cannot get the red tabs to hook onto the bottom of the feet on my traveller?
- I've recently bought the latest Traveller portacot. The mattress seems very firm, am I able to purchase an additional mattress to soften it?
- Why does the new Traveller version 3 (T3) have a bow in the middle of the base of the cot?
- How do I inflate the traveller air mattress?
- Is the Nest suitable for overnight sleeping?
- Can I use my peanut carrycot for overnight sleeps?
- How do I wash my Oeko-tex sheets for phil&teds traveller and what are they made of?