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15% off Ergo baby carriers and accessories PLUS free post!

Posted By: MamaK, posted 2008/03/03 16:40
ERGO Baby Carriers are the most versatile, hands-free baby carriers on the market. They are suitable for newborns to preschoolers (max weight 18kgs). The ERGO offers 3 carrying positions and can be worn on your back, front or hip.

The ergonomic design supports a correct sitting position for baby's physical development and eliminates compression on baby's spine. The wide shoulder straps and waist belt distribute baby's weight evenly, alleviating physical strain for parents. Baby's weight is drawn in towards parent's centre of gravity, making the baby feel lighter.

ERGO offers continued support when a baby sling or front carrier is no longer comfortable. It is lighter and more secure than a hard-frame baby back-pack. ERGO Baby Carriers come with detailed instructional booklet including illustrations.

Be amazed at how light your child will feel. Enjoy the freedom!

I've carried both my daughter and son in my ergo and it's definitely one of the most comfortable carriers and folds up really small for transport if you have on of those kids that want to be up and down all day.

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Expiry date:2008/03/07
  • admin2008/03/03 20:17:20
    they actually look smart - better than the ones with a solid frame, and the sling over shoulder type I would have thought.

    Not that I have any juniors, but these things make sense to me - a lot more than prams.
  • ScarletRubies2008/03/03 20:23:44
    Oh, the sling/ring sling/pouch varieties are great and have their place, but I adore my Ergo. Bought a dead ugly camel one and dyed it the most gorgeous chartreuse colour...


    An Ergo is less useful than a ring sling for a newborn to 4 month old in my opinion, but I haven't used anything that comes close to the Ergo for older heffalumps like my blocker of a 2 y/o. We've climbed the Skillion with this baby!
  • admin2008/03/03 20:28:17

    An Ergo is less useful than a ring sling for a newborn to 4 month old in my opinion

    :D - you'd sort of be able to completely pack them into one at that age. Be sort of just a lump at the bottom....
  • ScarletRubies2008/03/03 20:42:44
    Pretty much! :D
  • MamaK2008/03/03 22:22:16
    Oh Ruby thats a gorgeous colour!

    Ergo are so much better than a framed backpack as they keep the weight low so you aren't constantly feeling like you are tipping over.

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