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ERGObaby Carrier


$105.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Comfortable straps. Baby is in a sitting position versus hanging. Takes weight off your shoulders.

The Cons:Baby can't face out. Baby must be pretty tall for its head to be above the pouch. Hard to do back carry by yourself.

The ERGObaby carrier is a baby backpack designed to be ergonomically comfortable for both the parent and the baby. Allowing the parents to carry their child hands free, the carrier disperses the baby's weight between its thighs and hips, removing any compression to the spine that other designs do.

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For the parents, the ERGObaby carrier balances the infant's weight on the shoulders and hips of the parent, making it a little easier to carry the baby around. It comes in a variety of colors: black, heart rose, black with camel lining, black with green lining, black with retro lining, camel, and hawaiian print.

Features

  • Huge range of color options
  • Hands free baby carrying
  • Baby backpack
  • Ergonomic
  • Weight on baby's thighs and hips
  • No compression on the baby's spine
  • Weight on paren'ts shoulders and hips
  • Hip and back positions
  • Soft lining

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Pros
  • 3

    Comfortable straps

  • 3

    Baby is in a sitting position versus hanging

  • 3

    Takes weight off your shoulders

  • 3

    Makes carrying the baby for long periods of time easy

  • 2

    Easy to put on by yourself

  • 2

    Built-in hood that helps your baby get to sleep

  • 2

    Good for Dads too, not just Moms

  • 2

    Back clasp is adjustable, easy to switch between cargivers of different heights and weights.

Cons
  • 2

    Baby can't face out

  • 1

    Baby must be pretty tall for its head to be above the pouch

  • 1

    Hard to do back carry by yourself

  • 0

    Top strap can be difficult to reach to fasten / tighten if your arms aren't that flexible

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