Checked other places and price was 3 times the amount for the same thing.
Ready to take your baby out into the world with you? The Evenflo soft carrier has three carrying positions and an adjustable seat that offer versatility for you and your growing baby. This comfortable baby carrier has a padded headrest and removable bib. Plus, the Evenflo baby carrier is easy and safe to use with a single side-entry buckle that clicks to help keep baby secured. This Evenflo soft carrier also has patented, automatically adjustable back straps and lumbar support so you stay comfortable whether you're going on a nature hike or a stroll around the block. The Evenflo baby carrier is made for children 7 to 32 lbs. The easy-clean fabric is machine washable.
Fabric Care Instructions: Machine Washable
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
12.25 x 9.25 x 3.88 Inches
Love it very easy to use cons are the bib doesn't stay on very well but not needed any way for me and neck support is not very strong as my baby likes bending her head I have to hold it when she goes to far because the carrier is pretty bendable this was only at the time when she could hold her own head very good for newborns though other than that I have no problems works very well able to carry my baby for a few hours before my shoulders start hurting and she is almost 20lbs now....very secure!
As mentioned in another customer's review, it would appear that this carrier may be a little small for the long haul. While it is labeled for use up to 32 lbs., it seems rather snug on my 8-week-old who only weighs 9 lbs. 9 oz. It is adjustable for baby's height/length but not for girth. For the moment, it works well so I hope for the best. I do very much appreciate that it has the outward facing position feature and look forward to using it when she gets a little older.
I really like everything about the carrier...no shoulder pain, 3 carrying options, breatheable. The one thing I don't like is why I wouldn't recommend it...and that is that I can't get the shoulder straps tight enough, and that bothers me. My daughter seems to lean forward in it, unless I am carrying her on my back. I am so worried that the straps are going to slip off of my shoulders if I carry her in any of the front positions. This really seems to be more favorable for someone with wider shoulders, and I just don't have that. So if you are going to use this for a back carrier, then I think it is perfect.
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