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Ergobaby Original Collection Baby Carrier, Camel

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  • Comfortable for Parents; baby's weight is evenly distributed between the hips and shoulders
  • Ergonomic for baby; baby is cradled in a natural sitting position
  • 3 carry positions; Front, Back and Hip
  • Stitching is reinforced at all fabric intersections for extra durability
  • Machine washable
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Product Information

Color: Camel
Technical Details
Item Weight1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions15.8 x 13.4 inches
OriginImported (Vietnam)
Item model numberBC5SNL
Safety warningBabies between 7 lb (3.2 kg) and 12 lb (5.5 kg) must use the Ergobaby Infant Insert with the Ergobaby Carier, and the baby should only be carried in the front-carry position. Babies more than 12 lb (5.5 kg) but younger than 4 months or without strong and consistent head and neck control must continue using the Ergobaby Infant Insert with the carrier. Neither the baby carrier nor the Infant Insert should be used for children under 7 lb (3.2 kg).
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation7 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation45 Pounds
Material TypeCotton
Care instructionsMachine washable: Cold with mild detergent on gentle cycle. Dry on delicate cycle and remove when seams are still damp. Air dry.
Batteries requiredNo
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Best Sellers Rank #2,181 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Color: Camel

This award winning design holds your baby in an ergonomic, natural sitting position. The padded waist belt ensures baby's weight is evenly distributed between your hips and shoulders while the adjustable, cushy padded shoulder straps provide you with ultimate comfort. In any color or print, the Ergobaby Original Carrier is the perfect choice as you embark on everyday adventures.

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Customer Reviews

Confusing to use at first but I just you tubed videos about how to put baby in and it was easy to learn.
I love my ergobaby carrier, my daughter falls asleep in it whenever I put her in, and for a baby who cries when she isn't held, or put down, this is a lifesaver!
The straps are longer and I want a carrier that will fit my husband (who is a bigger guy) as well as myself.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

283 of 294 people found the following review helpful By poundofturtle on April 29, 2009
Color Name: Black
After reading many online reviews, asking other baby-wearers, and trying four other baby carriers, It is my opinion that the Ergo is the best carrier for my baby and for me. I will tell you what I love about the Ergo style in general, and then what I like specifically about the Ergo Sport, followed by the things I don't love about the carrier. Finally I will talk about how I think my 7month-old daughter feels about the Ergo.

First, what I like about the Ergo in general: I like that the Ergo baby carrier puts most of the baby's weight on your hips, making it much more comfortable to wear for long periods of time. It also has very nice padded shoulder straps. Next, I love that my baby is in a healthy seated position,(and as far as I can observe, she is also more comfortable.) I have read that carriers offering the front carry position (this one doesn't) are not good for your baby, because instead of being seated, they are just kind of hanging from their crotch and that it puts too much pressure on their spine and hips. Versatility--I really appreciate that the Ergo offers three different carry positions: Back, Front, and Hip (your baby faces in toward you in each of these positions.) A good carrier should carry your baby like you would--close and high. This carrier does that. Also, the Ergo has a "sleep hood" which I can pull over my sleeping baby to keep her head from bouncing around. It can also provide privacy for your baby to nurse in the carrier if you choose. Lastly, because of how it is designed, you can carry heavier children in it (it's rated for up to forty pounds), so you can use the same carrier for your baby, or your toddler. The Ergo is to be used only when a child can support his own head well, but there is an infant insert you can buy to use before that.
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120 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Y. R. Wu TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 8, 2009
Color Name: Black
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.

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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65 of 74 people found the following review helpful By B. Peay on July 29, 2009
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
We purchased this carrier after a recommendation from a friend (parent of twins living in NYC). They highly recommended the Ergo as the most comfortable carrier for infants and toddlers. I tried a few others before buying, including the Bjorn, and chose the Ergo Sport. We've now had our Ergo for almost 6 months, and anytime parents ask me about it I give them my sales pitch. Here are my pros and cons:
-When worn correctly, it puts the weight of the baby on your hips instead of your shoulders and back. This allows for a longer period of wearing without sore shoulders and back. The thick padded shoulder straps are also nice, and the backpack-like structure distributes weight nicely in the front or back positions.
-Versatile. With 3 carrying positions and a weight range up to 40 pounds it will be the only carrier you need with an infant or toddler. I didn't purchase the infant insert, but found that by folding a blanket and using that as the infant insert my baby could sit comfortably. We also put him in sideways, with both feet out one side until he was big enough to straddle comfortably. At 4-5 months we felt that he was big enough to straddle and sit in the carrier without stretching his legs. He loves sitting so close to me while I do things around the house, as well as grocery shopping, sitting in the front position. We recently began putting it on our backs and he enjoys this also, as he can look around while we walk. I don't prefer the hip position, because I feel like it throws my balance off, but the front and back positions are great.
-My husband even offers to wear it, and it fits both of us well. It's easy to adjust the straps to each individual.
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