- Made from 100% polyester, very very soft jersey material. Super soft and moldable.
- Weight tested from 3.2 kg (7 lb) to 13 kg (28 lb)
- Theoretically fits babies from birth until around 18 months. However, this relies on legs in position for newborns which is not something I advocate. Hence I feel this carrier works best from around 4 months when baby can sit comfortably with their legs out.
- Width of carrier can not be adjusted and is relatively wide. Width means it truly does work well from around 4 months through to 12 months - potentially upto 18 as advertised. But as the width doesn't grow further it can start to feel heavy anywhere between 12 months and 18 months if more of your baby's legs are starting to stick out the of carrier.
- Before 4 months, or before babies legs can comfortably accomodate the width of the carrier they suggest carrying with legs in. But this can be difficult to acheive without putting pressure on developing ankles and feet so I would recommend a more adjustable carrier or newborn specialist option for this point.
- Offers 3 carrying positions (front parent facing, front outwards facing and back carry).
- Internal harness, so you fit parent first and then baby slots in after via slide and release buckles
- Very very easy to use, minimal adjustments. All the fastenings are at the front which makes it very simple and intuitive to do up. And infact the clips are magnetic which means they almost do themselves up!
- Fit wise, will fit most average sized parents but doesn't always work well for very petite parents or larger plus sized parents.
- Made from soft, mouldable jersery. The internal harness design means this carrier is most similar to Baby Bjorn carriers - the Baby Bjorn Move and the Harmony in particular. This carrier is softer and lighter compared to these.
- Like the Baby Bjorn carriers the internal harness design does mean this carrier is hard to get a really close fit with and as a result does end up being slightly top heavy and often not quite as comfortable as carriers that don't have an internal harness (such as the Ergobaby Omni Dream, Tula Explore, Beco Gemini and Kahu baby carriers).
A note on the 3 carrying positions offered by this carrier - while the front inwards position and back carry position are fine, it is worth noting that the carrier doesn't actually adjust to offer outwards facing. The soft material simply squashes down. As a result I find the seat area in this position is very wide and doesn't give as a supportive outward facing carry compared to other carriers. If you are very interested in carrying baby outward then it is hard to beat the Ergobaby Omni Breeze or Dream and the Tula Explore for this position in particular.
Hire it and see how it fits you! If you are unsure at any point during your hire you are welcome to email me any questions or worries and are always welcome to send a photo or two for a quick fit check.