"We're happy with this sling, which is important as we…"
We're happy with this sling, which is important as we use it a lot and this is the sixth we've bought. We struggled to find one that was comfortable for us to wear but still allowed our inquisitive baby to face outwards. I have been able to wear it for up to five hours at a time without it hurting. Success!Read moreLess
5 people found this review helpful.
"We've been pretty happy with this carrier. It's very comfortable…"
We've been pretty happy with this carrier. It's very comfortable as the hip belt really helps to ease the weight on your back and shoulders.
Just two small complaints: it can be difficult to fasten the front clips by yourself, and the adjusting bar on the back sometimes moves when you put the baby in the harness, resulting in having to take the baby out and start over.
It is expensive but I'd say it's worth it if you do a lot of walking or hiking.Read moreLess
1 person found this review helpful.
"This is my favourite sling, having owned a Baby Bjorn…"
This is my favourite sling, having owned a Baby Bjorn Classic and an Ergo Sport. It's structured like an Ergo with padded shoulder straps and a big padded hip belt where most of DCs weight is held. In this sense it's not like other Baby Bjorns, which can be painful on the shoulders.
It's very easy to put on (over your head) and because the part your baby sits in is quite rigid, it's easy to post them in without struggling with floppy material.
It carries my DS (20lbs) effortlessly, and he can face inwards in two leg positions; wide apart like an Ergo (useful for DHs and DPs who fear testicle/baby feet collisions!) or dangling down like a standard Baby Bjorn. You can also face your DC frontwards up to 25lbs. A real plus for us.
Overall this sling is very expensive but I've just been on a 2 hour walk with DS and barely felt a thing. I really recommend this sling.Read moreLess
4 people found this review helpful.