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Ergo Baby Carrier: Black-Camel

by Ergo

Price: $114.95 & FREE Shipping. FREE Returns. Details
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  • Includes One Ergo Carrier Black/Camel
  • From Infant to 40lbs
  • May be worn front, side and back
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Technical Details
Item Weight2.3 pounds
Product Dimensions10 x 4 x 12 inches
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
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Best Sellers Rank #61,333 in Baby (See top 100)
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Product Description

The ERGO Baby Carrier's ergonomic design supports a correct sitting position for the baby's hip, pelvis and spine growth. It disperses most of the baby's weight between the hips and thighs, which helps to eliminate compression of the spine when hanging by the crotch which most other designs require. The ERGO also balances the baby's weight to parents' hips and shoulders, and alleviates physical stress for the parent. Features: Ergonomic design 400 threads per inch cotton poplin lining and hood 100% cotton batting in body of carrier to soften edges One inch, high density foam in shoulder straps Quarter inch high density neoprene foam in waist belt High Quality buckles tested by SGS Waist belt circumference from 25" to 43" Fits from 5' to 6'5" body height with adjustable shoulder and chest straps Sleeping hood with elastic, adjusts in length to growth of baby High quality webbing, matched to carrier color Reinforcement stitching used at all fabric intersections Interior rip-stop reinforcements at critical intersections Durability/strength tested up to 90 pounds Machine washable - cold, gentle cycles, mild detergent, no bleach. Dry in low heat.

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Customer Reviews

The ERGO is comfortable, and distributes most of the weight to my hips/legs.
L. Ensign
Your baby can be carried in front facing you or in back, and will be in a sitting position, unlike other carriers.
I just wish they would not sell this product as if it's the answer to every mother's prayer.
Stephanie Kennerly

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Sonja Cybele on November 9, 2007
When our daughter was born we were given a sling as a gift, bought an Ergo, and were later handed-down a BabyBjorn. While each has its virtues, if you are deciding which to buy - get the Ergo.
*Is the most comfortable of the 3, like a good backpack distributing the baby's weight down to your hips
*It is also the most versatile, allowing you to use the carrier as the baby moves into the todler stage
*It is hard to get on and it took us a week until we realized that the back clasp needed to be moved up the arm straps. Be sure to watch the video or ask a friend who has one for instruction
*Don't waste your money on the infant insert, just use a blanket or towel
*Is perfect for the baby's first 2 months - when she weighs less than 12 lbs and sleeps frequently and irregularly
*The simple design allows you to easily put the baby down to sleep when you get home or transfer her to the other parent's shoulder without waking the baby
*Once she is a bit larger the sling will put too much stress on your shoulder and back
*Once your baby has good head control and she can ride "face out" - she has the most fun and can interact with the world
*You can also put her face in when she's tired or overstimulated
*It is easy to put her in/out by yourself
*Your back will start to hurt when your baby is about 15 lbs (or at least ours did)
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Elena Chu on February 7, 2008
I was ready to purchase a Bjorn but then a friend of mine registered this for herself so I checked it out and found all the positive reviews. I ended up getting one for her baby shower and one for myself. My baby is now 3 months old and weights 16 lbs. And this is definitely great for me to use, I use it when I take her groceries shopping; since she's a winter baby the materials on the carrier keeps her warm & cozy without needing much else (other carriers out there don't seem to have as good of a coverage in blocking freezing wind) plus she is snug against me so my body temperture keeps her warm. She loves it and falls asleep in it. When she was a newborn in the middle of winter I would sit her low in the carrier so that her head doesn't poke out, on top of it I would use the hat to block the wind from blowing into the carrier.

Since this product was built/design with much more considerations than other carriers, it is a bit more complicated and much more materials were used. My brother-in-law who is single & without kids says it seems too much trouble to put on and that when he has kids he'd prefer the Bjorn for its simplicity. However, both him and my husband are tall strong guys (6'1'' & 190 lbs); this carrier is great for me (5'3'' & 120 lbs) since I'm not strong enough to carry all of the baby's weight on my shoulders. The only down side is that this does not allow forward facing. For this reason along, my husband purchased a Bjorn so that he can carry the baby forward facing so that she can look out when we walk around the mall...however we limit the use of that to short length of time since we do have concern about the impact the Bjorn has on her developing spine.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By K. Nefferdorf on August 28, 2007
I have used a ring sling, pouch sling (which I liked just fine for hip carry until my son got too heavy), and a wrap carrier (which was great...again, until he got too heavy), and this is BY FAR the best carrier I have ever tried. I just wish I hadn't waited until my son was 17 months old to buy it!

I bought it to bring on vacation instead of a stroller, and it was an absolute lifesaver when our connecting flight was delayed six hours. DS napped peacefully in the Ergo for most of it! I have used it for hikes and it is much more comfortable than the metal-frame style backpack carrier. I have also used my Ergo while teaching parent/child music classes, where it kept a sleepy and grumpy toddler content and cuddled without my having to take my attention off of the class.

I have to admit that it is tough to get it on in the back carry position without help. It takes a lot of practice. Hip carry is easier (although you have to reposition the straps first) and front carry is super, super easy.

Of course you're still going to get tired if you carry your baby for hours and hours - like I always say, a 30 pound toddler is still a 30 pound toddler, no matter how good the carrier is - but compared to a Bjorn, which puts all of the weight in your shoulders, or a sling, which puts all of the weight on ONE shoulder, this thing rocks. The weight is nicely balanced on your hips. Compared to holding my toddler on my hip (where he tends to lean all of his weight back into my arm), I can hardly tell that he's on my back at all when I'm wearing him in the Ergo.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mcmama on August 27, 2007
I bought this baby carrier when my daughter was about 13 months old. I have tried both the baby bjorn and a sling.

I bought a baby bjorn when my son was born 4 years ago and he pretty much lived in it for the first six months of his life. Unfortunately, both my husband and I suffered from back pain the entire time. In addition, even though my son is little, he outgrew the baby bjorn pretty early on.

I bought a sling when my daughter was born almost two years ago and that worked okay for a while, but she grew uncomfortable and my husband absolutely refused to wear the thing.

So back to the ERGO. A friend of mine owned one and I thought it looked great and her 6 month old son was riding on her back very comfortable. So I immediately bought one. I will list the fantastic things about this carrier.

1) Versatility: My daughter can ride on the front, side, or back for hours without complaining.

2) My daughter is almost two and she can still ride in it. Traveling through airports and busy streets is a breeze because I don't have to worry about her squirming to get out.

3) Price: This is less expensive than a lot of baby carriers that don't last nearly as long.

4) And of course Back Issues: I've stated before that this carrier has not caused any additional back pain. I'm not saying that your back won't hurt if you're carrying your child all day, but it certainly minimizes the issue.

5) My husband will wear it.

There is one area that is a bit of a problem:

It takes A LOT of practice to get the sucker onto your back with your child in it. It can be done, so please just keep trying. The rest of the package is well worth it.

I would recommend this carrier to anyone and everyone.
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