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Beco Butterfly II Baby Carrier with Brown Base, Carnival

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  • Newborn to toddler (7-45 pounds/3.5 - 20 kilograms)
  • Front and back carry
  • Easy On and OFF features
  • High quality tested materials
  • Machine washable
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Product Description

Beco Bestseller. Multicolor print on dark brown background. Comes with espresso brown straps.

From the Manufacturer

The Butterfly II is a carrier designed for use with newborns to toddlers. Its style and comfort make it not only comfortable to wear, but fashionable. The Butterfly 2 has added safety features to support the baby. And its durable safety tested fabrics are machine washable. Wearing instructions on DVD come with carrier.

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Technical Details
Item Weight1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions53 x 13 x 16 inches
UPC894515002228 894515002020
Item model numberButterfly 2
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation7 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation25 Pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB001PC1MT0
Best Sellers Rank #210,167 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds
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Customer Reviews

My daughter loves the carrier.
S. Collins
It just is too large, the straps are too far apart on my shoulders even when completely tightened.
Nicole
I really like my Beco butterfly II carrier.
Maria

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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Murakami on May 14, 2011
If you're in the market for a baby carrier, please heed my advice: GET THIS ONE. You'll never regret it.

I've extensively used the bjorn and ergo while nannying, and I bought the Lillebaby when we had our own last September - used it for 8 months. I then tried my friend's Beco. Within a week I had sold my Lillebaby - and took a big hit. The Beco is worlds above those other carriers, and I can tell you exactly why:

The Ergo and the Lillebaby are basically the same setup. With both of them you have to snap the top snap behind your neck while the baby is already IN the carrier. This basically means that the top snap will always be too high on your shoulders and neck to be comfortable. Don't be fooled by the salespeople who adjust it for you and tell you you'll learn to adjust it yourself. It's not possible to get that top back snap any lower on your back with the baby in the carrier, unless your spouse is home to move it down after you have it on with the baby. I went BACK into the high-end store that sold it to me and they admitted as much.

The Beco avoids that problem entirely because you actually snap the top snap behind your neck BEFORE the baby is in the carrier. This means that you can lift the entire carrier as high over your shoulders as you need to, to snap that top back snap. Then you can pull the carrier back down around your waist, and the top snap falls in the middle of your back - an area completely unreachable with the baby in the carrier, but SO much more comfortable than having the weight on your upper back and neck. You THEN put the baby into the carrier. It's such a breeze. It's also much, MUCH easier to learn to use than the Lillebaby, which is simply not user-friendly at all.
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59 of 65 people found the following review helpful By D. Kubitz on January 17, 2010
Let me start this off by saying that I have tried just about every carrier out there. Snugli, Hotsling, Hip Hammock, mai-tais and various other slings and carriers. By the time my son was 1 and I still hadn't found one I liked I had almost given up on baby wearing. I'm a larger girl with a big bust and bad back. Nothing was comfortable for me. I borrowed a friends Ergo and for me it was still uncomfortable. I also didn't like that I had to use the waist extender. But as far as carriers go it worked out the best for me. Until I did some online searching. I found the butterfly and read about it. There were so many great features. One of my favorite is that I could take my son off of me and transfer him to my partner without taking him out. I also felt MUCH safer putting him on my back with the Beco instead of the Ergo. But that's just me. The biggest selling point for me was that it came with everything whereas with the Ergo you had to buy the extras.
Now I have a 6 week old and haven't used any carrier but this one. I love it so much!
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By delicateflower152 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 1, 2009
Or, Where Were These 31 Years Ago...

After looking at the pro's and con's of the numerous baby carriers out there, I decided on purchasing a Beco Butterfly II for my daughter's first baby. I will admit there was an ulterior motive - my upper body strength isn't that great and I was going to help out with the newborn. I wanted to be able to carry the baby but wanted to have my arms and hands free since I like to multitask. We chose the Beco Butterfly II for many reasons.

The Beco was highly recommended by a number of maternity shops; these shops carried several brands, so it wasn't just to make the sale of a Beco. The similarity to a good backpack was egnomically important since two of the grandparents have back problems; the Beco distributed weight evenly and provided lower back support. The adjustability of the carrier was paramount since there are six users who range from 5'1" in height to 5' 10" and whose weights range from 110 to over 200 pounds. All of the four grandparents and both parents have been able to use the Beco with no problems. Further, the Beco is comfortable even when you are toting a 10 pound two week old baby for extended periods of time. I have worn the Beco when sitting and have had no problems typing while wearing it.

My grandson was having some trouble with spitting up after he ate. The doctor suggested keeping him upright for 30 minutes after feeding. We found this was very useful for that purpose; as an additional benefit, we found my grandson remained much more calm when carried in the Beco.

I would definitely recommend watching the DVD before using the Beco. It answered the questions we had about using the Beco which we did not feel were clearly addressed in the pamphlet that came with the carrier.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By B. Diaz on June 12, 2010
I bought the Beco a little over a week ago. I've pretty much used it everyday since! I love it and so does my 7.5-month-old. He's a wee one, about 14 lbs, but long. He's always loved being worn. We have an Ergo and love it too. Before I bought the Beco I researched several of the SSC's and here is how I compare the Beco to the Ergo-

The Beco is made out of a less stiff fabric than the Ergo. It has a removable hood, whereas the Ergo does not. The biggest difference is the inside flap on the Beco that allows you to put the baby in before putting the carrier on. It's a particularly great feature for back-carrying so that you don't have to lean over with a wiggly little person on you back. The Beco is also a little more narrow than the Ergo, making it a better fit for a smaller person like me (5'1"), than the Ergo which has become my husband's carrier (he's 6'2"). The Beco also comes with an infant insert that is basically another removable flap that fits inside the carrier, as opposed to having to buy an extra insert for the Ergo.

The thing I like least about the Beco (vs. the Ergo) is that I can nurse discretely, without a problem in the Ergo, but it's much more difficult in the Beco. The hood that snaps onto the front and fits over the baby's head is pretty narrow as compared to the one on the Ergo and provides no real cover for nursing. The greater issue is the inside flap- though awesome for putting babies on our back, it fits tight against your chest and is virtually impossible to move so as to allow you to nurse.

Overall, though, I really love my Beco!
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