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Maclaren Owen Baby Carrier


$80.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Durable, will last through the infancy of a few children. Good protection for the child. Provides a good view of the infant's face, always know what's happening.

The Cons:Difficult to get the straps adjusted properly at first.

The Maclaren Owen Baby Carrier (often called the "Techno", or simply "Maclaren Baby Carrier") is a front baby carrier that is designed to handle infants of almost any size. The padded pod insert allows it to be used with smaller infants or newborns, from 8 to 12 pounds.

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  Without the insert, it is able to handle children from 12 to 25 pounds.  The adjustable straps provide a snug fit for baby and parent.  A color coded secondary restraint provides extra safety, while the centered shoulder and back harness evenly distributes the weight, relieving the parents back. There is a removable bib / shade blanket and bottle holder. The Maclaren Owen Baby Carrier is available in several color styles.

Features

  • Removable padded pod insert for the smallest of infants
  • Unique one-hand, quick release buckles
  • Secondary, colour-coded restraint for added security
  • Centred shoulder and back harness distributes weight evenly
  • Removable bottle holder and shade blanket/bib
  • Appropriate From: Birth
  • Child weight (with pod insert): 3.5 – 6kg / 8 – 12lb
  • Child weight (without pod insert): 6 – 11.3kg / 12 – 25lb 

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    durable, will last through the infancy of a few children

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    good protection for the child

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    provides a good view of the infant's face, always know what's happening

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    easy to pull the child out when they're sleeping

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    reduces back strain and shoulder pain over a traditional shoulder sling

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    comes in some stylish colors, nothing overly bright or ugly

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    lightweight build, weighs less than the infant most of the time

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    difficult to get the straps adjusted properly at first

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