- Weight tested from 3.2 kg (7 lb) to 12 kg (26 lb)
- Realistically fits babies from birth until around 6 to 8 months
- Width of carrier can only be adjusted a small amount, so often babies legs start to droop down around 5-6 months (you can extend this using a scarf as shown here).
- Internal harness, so you fit parent first and then baby slots in after via slide and release buckles
- Offers 2 carrying positions - front facing inwards and front facing outwards
- Lumbar support pad and connected back panel offers weight distribution across upper and mid back. There is a waistband but this carrier is still relatively top heavy as the waist support is quite light. Consequently this carrier often gets quite heavy as baby grows past 6-8 months.
- Fit wise, will fit most average sized parents but doesn't work as well for very petite parents or plus sized parents. Works better for those with shorter torsos than other Bjorn models such as the Baby Bjorn One (which works best only for very long torsos).
- Made from soft, airy mesh material
- All the fastenings are at the front which makes it very simple and intuitive to do up.
Find my full indepth find my full indepth review of this carrier here. The Baby Bjorn Move is one parents are often interested in because of the appeal of all the fastenings at the front, and then for many they try it and its just not as comfortable as other carriers and the lack of longevity means it often doesn't make sense to invest in your own. Instead most parents decide to go for something like the Ergobaby Omni Breeze, the Tula Explore or the Beco Gemini instead. However, for a few this is exactly right or at least right for right now... and sometimes it can make more sense to hire for a 12 weeks before moving on to something more supportive.
For those who do love it, you can find it here.