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Sahara Limited XT Travel Playard

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June 4, 2004

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Another Jeep baby product ideal for the great outdoors is the Sahara Limited XT Travel Playard. This easily foldable, go-anywhere playard and portacot features two all-terrain wheels, a convenient travel bag with easy-pull handle, a removable saddlebag and a portable zippered saddle bag changing station. It also includes a removable bassinet with a deluxe soother.

The soother is a removable unit featuring a soothing vibrator with variable speed control, a soft-glow check light with a one-minute timer and selection of songs and nature sounds with volume control.

The Sahara is fully-optioned, with a removable canopy with UV protection, a changing table and saddle bag for storage, padded legs and rails and roll-down protective weather screen.

For your nearest stockist call 0414 733 709 or email jeepbaby@bigpond.com

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