Babaroo Carrier – end of range

R550.00 R310.00

The Baby Sense Babaroo Carrier supports the baby’s weight at two levels – the hip band supports the baby’s weight effectively meaning that much less weight is carried on the parent’s back or shoulders. In addition, the diagonal strap means better distribution of weight as well as the convenience of wearing the baby as we would naturally carry then – on the side, as opposed to directly in front of the body. Wearing a carrier that distributes the baby’s weight across the back without pulling the shoulders forward is better for posture and is more comfortable.

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Unlike any other baby carrier, the Baby Sense Babaroo Carrier supports the baby’s weight at two levels – the hip band supports the baby’s weight effectively meaning that much less weight is carried on the parent’s back or shoulders. In addition, the diagonal strap means better distribution of weight as well as the convenience of wearing the baby as we would naturally carry then – on the side, as opposed to directly in front of the body. Wearing a carrier that distributes the baby’s weight across the back without pulling the shoulders forward is better for posture and is more comfortable.

  • Use on either shoulder
  • Supportive waist strap
  • Detachable shaped, padded seat for your baby
  • Detachable hood for privacy when breastfeeding
  • Fully adjustable straps
  • Elastic loop to neatly wrap extended strap

Every mom needs something to carry her baby in. It must be light, convenient easy to use and most of all comfortable. A baby carried on his or her mother’s body experiences amazing benefits. Not only does movement calm little ones but they also experience developmental benefits.

  • Calm: Babies who are carried during the day are calmer in general. The movement of the parent’s body tends to soothe the baby.
  • Sleep: Movement during the day has been seen to enhance sleep at night.
  • Motor development: Movement stimulates the vestibular system, which has direct connections to the motor system. Babies who are carried hold their head up earlier and have better motor foundations for skills such as sitting balance.
  • Social development: Being close to mom or dad during waking hours allows little ones to see the world through their parent’s eyes. They reference their parent’s responses to others and develop an understanding of non-verbal communication. On a social level this is very beneficial.
  • Convenience: When out and about, carrying their baby in a carrier that can be used hands free, is very convenient. The Babaroo is a convenient, small carrier that can be taken on outings and tucked into the nappy bag until needed.

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3 months+ inward facing

  • Step 1: put on the waist strap and fasten the buckle. Ensure the head support is velcroed in place, the hood buckles fastened and the detachable seat is securely in place
  • Step 2: pass the shoulder strap over your head and adjust until the strap fits snugly against your body.
  • Step 3: place your baby in the carrier facing inwards and adjust the carrier to be in front or to the side of your body.
  • Step 4: fold back the head support sides when your baby is awake. Adjust the straps to ensure sufficient back and head support.

5 months+ inward facing

  • Step 1: Put on the waist strap and fasten the buckle.
  • Step 2: pass the shoulder strap over your head and adjust until the strap fits snugly against your body.
  • Step 3: remove the supportive hood. Bend the head support back and tuck into the back strap on the outside of the carrier.
  • Step 4: place your baby in the carrier facing inwards and adjust the carrier to be in front or to the side of your body.

6 months+ outward facing

  • Step 1: Put on the waist strap and fasten the buckle. For older babies, the detachable seat can be removed to create more space and increase your baby’s comfort.
  • Step 2: pass the shoulder strap over your head and adjust until the strap fits snugly against your body.
  • Step 3: remove the supportive hood. Bend the head support back and tuck into the back strap on the outside of the carrier.
  • Step 4: place your baby in the carrier facing outwards and adjust the carrier to be in front or to the side of your body. Adjust the strap so that your baby does not lean forward.
  • Inspect regularly for signs of wear and tear.
  • If your baby falls asleep in the baby sense Babaroo carrier, turn face to the side so as to provide an unobstructed source of air.
  • There should always be room between baby’s face and your chest to provide a clear source of air.
  • Before releasing your hands from your baby in any position, ensure all the buckles are fastened.
  • Maximum weight of 13kg
  • EN13209-2:2005 & ASTM F2236-09a