BabyBjörn Carrier One Air Mesh
With the BabyBjörn One Carrier Air Mesh you can carry your child in four different positions. For newborn babies, use the carrier as a front carrier and place your baby with its face towards you. For children below and up to 4,5 kg. you always use leg straps to tighten the leg holes. Bigger children can be carried on a lower position. Children of 5 months or older can be carried facing the whole wide world. The BabyBjörn Carrier One Air can also be used as a back carrier.
Even more protection and support
The new version of the BabyBjörn Carrier One offers even more protection and support for your child. The headrest is made higher for extra neck support for newborn babies. In addition, the carrier is more flexible which ensures that there is less distance between parent and baby. The infinitely adjustable setting of the seating surface ensures that your child has an even wider maximum seating area than before.
SMART WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION
The carrier consists of a very firm waist belt and body-shaped shoulder straps. This means you can carry your child until he is 3 years of age! The weight of your child is evenly distributed throughout the carrier. The BabyBjörn Carrier One Air helps with the development of the hip joints. This is very important for the early stages in a baby's life.
CHILD FRIENDLY FABRICS
The fabric of which the BabyBjörn One Air is made of is suitable for the child to bite on. The materials are free of pollutants and allergens. This product of BabyBjörn has been made in co-operation with paediatricians, obstetricians and child psychologists. There will never be a product launched without their approval.
- soft and airy mesh fabric, a child-friendly material that breathes
- ergonomic wide-leg carrying position
- extra-padded shoulder straps
- good firmness in the waist belt
- 4 front and back carrying positions
- perfect for newborns – no infant insert needed
- front-facing carrying option
- can be used from newborn to 3 years
- acknowledged as a hip-healthy baby carrier by International Hip Dysplasia Institute