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  • Baby's weight is evenly distributed between the wearer's hips and shoulders
  • Baby is ergonomically cradled in a natural sitting position
  • Front, back, and hip carry positions
  • The only carrier you'll ever need
  • Machine washable
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ERGObaby Organic Baby Carrier, Dark Chocolate + ERGObaby Infant Insert + ERGObaby Teething Pads, Cream
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Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions12.2 x 10.2 x 4.4 inches
UPC845197010841 845197010650
Item model numberBC9TODCK
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation7 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation45 Pounds
Additional product featuresAdjustableEco-Friendly
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB001Q4VOW2
Best Sellers Rank #39,591 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

The Ergobaby Organic Carrier has all the advantages of the Ergobaby Original Carrier, crafted with soft 100% certified organic cotton twill and sateen.

Customer Reviews

Very pleased with the quality and packaging.
A.H.
Very easy, very comfortable, and most important, my very fussy baby fell asleep in the carrier within seconds!
HayMom
I've tried the Baby Bjorn and an Aprica carrier... and this is the best one!
Mari Kushida

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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By C.P. on September 13, 2009
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Like many of the other reviewers, I went through numerous carriers (2 slings, baby bjorn, and lascal) before I found the Ergo Baby Carrier. It is an essential baby item. If I could only keep one baby product, this would be it. Here is why I like it so much:

Comfort Level: The Ergo is amazingly comfortable. I am 5'1", 110 lbs and baby is 10 months, 28 inches, 21 lbs. The other carriers all caused back or shoulder pain that made it impossible for me to wear them for very long. (I will say that a sling is useful to have for a newborn. But once baby gains a little weight, the sling really kills your shoulder.) I use the Ergo every weekday to take baby to and from daycare. And on the weekends, I can wear her for hours while I run errands and tidy up the house. I have narrow hips, and initially I experienced some lower-back pain with prolonger wear; however, I realized that I was wearing the waist strap too high. Once I positioned the waist strap a little lower, the lower-back pain disappeared. The carrier does make my pants slide down, which gives me a saggy-butt look that is not flattering. But I found that if I wear mom jeans and a longer length shirt, then it looks okay. My husband also really likes the Ergo. We have no problem adjusting it to go from me to him, and he is 6'2".

Fabric Quality: The brown organic fabric is high quality. It looks nice (not cheap) and doesn't show lint or cat hair. It is a little faded looking, which I think is standard for organic products, but it still has a rich brown color. Baby had a leaky pee diaper one day while she was in it, and it cleaned up really well with a hand washing. By the way, there is a zippered pocket on the front of the carrier.
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39 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Erica Stein on March 26, 2009
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This is absolutely the best carrier I have found. In fact, this is the second one I bought. I started with the Baby Bjorn and it started hurting my back and my daughter outgrew it by the time she 5-6 months old. I tried the Infantino side carrier, and I couldn't wear it for more than half an hour before it started hurting. So I did my research and found the Ergo, and couldn't be happier. My daughter flew back and forth to Dallas (2 planes each way) in the Ergo and was able to take a bottle, sleep and play happily the whole time. We just went to Disney and I wore my daughter all day. She was happy and so was I, it was easy to get her out when we thought she would want to face front, and just as easy to get her back in. After 4 days on wearing my 18 lb daughter I had no back pain at all. I can put her on my side and make dinner when she's fussy, and it's the only place she'll sleep when she's out and about.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rachel B. on September 1, 2013
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I have wraps and ring slings and this is my go to soft structured carrier. The hood attachment is a good design and I use it often because my daughter falls asleep in it. My husband and I switch using it all the time and it is a sinch to adjust. I also love the zipper pocket to hold keys, phone, mail, or doggy bag (we do lots of walking the dog with this) and our daughter will sometimes bring it too us so that we will wear her (she is 14 months). We like it for both front and back carry, however she can't really see over the shoulders when on the back, but that is the nature of this type of carrier. A wrap will get your baby higher so they can see. I will say that if you want to wear your baby on the front, and use a backpack at the same time, the fat padded straps can be in the way a little, but it is certainly doable.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Fidel Fogg on March 17, 2010
I bought an Ergo carrier but find it far too bulky. I now use a Beco Butterfly and it is much better. I am fairly small (5'2) and petite so the Ergo shoulder straps are too wide apart and too bulky. Also, in order to carry a small baby you have to buy the separate insert and carrying all these things around is not practical.
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Y. R. Wu TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 29, 2009
We have a Baby Bjorn, a Snugli and an Ergo Baby. The Ergo Baby is the one we use, the other two we donated to the salvation army. We also had 2 slings (both donated from friends)

The big advantage the Ergo has is the waist strap. This shifts a significant amount of weight to your hips. Otherwise the entire weight is held on your shoulders, which gets to be quite uncomfortable after a while.

By putting the weight on your hips, the Ergo Baby makes it possible to carry a child who weighs more and for a longer period of time. I wish we'd found this with our first child, as it would have saved us money (for the other ones we bought) and our aching backs!!!!

There's also a couple of pockets - one with a zipper. Good place to put your cell phone, wallet, etc. The Snugli had a pocket with snap, while the Bjorn had none. The Ergo is not as sleek and attractive as our navy blue Bjorn. Our Ergo was a gift and it came in a pale turquoise. I think the black Ergo looks better, but it's still not as sleek and stylish as the Baby Bjorn. Frankly, after a few weeks of a newborn crying at all hours, looking hip comes way down the list after comfort, convenience and sleep.... Just saying...

The only complaint would be that it takes some practice to use the side carry and rear carry positions. The DVD does show how it's done, but it really helps to have someone who is familiar with the process or have someone spotting you the first time you use it in these positions.
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