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Evenflo Snugli Comfort Vent Carrier, Navy

by Snugli

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  • Light-Weight Soft Carrier
  • Newly Designed Shoulder Straps Distribute Weight More Comfortably
  • Side Entry Buckles
  • Baby can Face In or Out
  • Includes Storage Pockets
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Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions3.1 x 9.1 x 11.6 inches
UPC032884145454
Item model number441815
  
Additional Information
ASINB0010WBPNI
Best Sellers Rank #71,429 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Bond with baby as you snuggle close! It's been scientifically proven that continual contact with baby is good for you both. Evenflo's Snugli, the premier name in baby carriers, presents the new and improved Comfort Vent Carrier that lets you and baby maintain this contact, and gives you hands free mobility! The Evenflo Snugli Comfort Vent Carrier features improved fabric and padding that allows for venting near baby. The Comfort Vent also has improved padding on shoulder straps, head support and leg holes, as well as storage pockets. Its dual side entry buckle lets you get baby in and out of the carrier easily, and allows baby to face in or out. For babies 7-26 pounds.

From the Manufacturer

Improved fabric and padding on this lightweight soft carrier allows for venting near baby. Improved padding on shoulder straps, head support and leg holes, Dual side entry buckle for ease of getting baby in and out of carrier so baby can face in or out. Storage pockets. For babies 7-26 pounds.

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Customer Reviews

Easy to use and easy to adjust.
Marisol L. Kozlovski
He grew very fast and by 20 pounds his thighs were too large, yet he still wan't mobil and carrying him around in my arms became tireing.
Taraloo
I think this carrier is just as good - if not better than the Bjorn.
C. Baldwin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By C. M. Winebrenner on May 12, 2009
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I bought this as a second carrier for my wife and I to use with our 2 month old baby girl. Our first carrier was the Ergo Baby carrier - a more expensive carrier that, quite simply, is fantastic.

We wanted another one that we could keep in the car in case we found ourselves out and about somewhere and forgot to pack the Ergo. This Snugli turned out to be the right choice.

Pros: This unit was the right price for what we needed: really inexpensive. Even with the low price it works well for what we need. It's compact, easy to use, and allows good flexibility: you can wear it in back or front and with the baby facing you or facing out.

Cons: It's functional, but not super comfortable. After extended wear you will feel it either in your lower back or neck. The straps are thinner than on the other carrier we use and can dig in after a while. They're also all nylon and not too comfortable if your arms rub on them walking around.

Bottom line: I like this as our secondary carrier for shorter use, but am very happy we invested in the Ergo for longer use. I have no problem recommending the Snugli for those looking for an economical option that gets the job done, but would have them look elsewhere if they want more comfort.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer R. Thornton on May 18, 2008
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I couldn't ask for a better carrier. It works great and is easy for me to get baby in and out of. If I am careful I don't even wake him up when I take him out to lay him down. So far I haven't had any problems with it hurting my shoulders or my back.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Eskypades VINE VOICE on December 14, 2009
I have come to the conclusion that there is a direct negative correlation between a baby's happiness and the comfort of the individual holding him. Each of my children were happiest (i.e., not crying) as babies when I was holding them and walking around or standing. This, of course, became rather back breaking, especially as they grew. Unfortunately, the minute I went to give my back a break and sit down, they would let me know their disapproval quickly and loudly. Same goes for lying down comfortably on the bed. A baby will only sleep on your chest if you are inclined at such an angle as to prevent any sort of restful sleep on your part.

When we purchased the Evenflo Snugli, I thought this axiom had seen its last. The Snugli would vanquish the happiness/comfort negative correlation and all would be well with the world. Alas, this was not to be.

As babies, my children loved to be carried around in the Snugli, especially my youngest son Ben. We would place him in the Snugli (a feat of Olympic proportions to do alone) and could almost guarantee he would be asleep in 5 minutes. But, as fate would have it, it would take about that long for my comfort level to begin its decline.

The Snugli is fairly well padded with a crisscross strap that goes over the shoulders and under the arms. The underarm straps are easily adjustable and hook/unhook to the main body of the carrier. Because the straps are wide and padded, I found they didn't dig into my shoulders as much as I thought they would. Unfortunately, there isn't much back support and after awhile, my back was really starting to ache. And of course, the baby slept on. However, this may be true of most, if not all, carriers.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Marisol L. Kozlovski on May 12, 2009
Easy to use and easy to adjust. Comfortable for me (5'6) and for my husband (6'1). I am top heavy (38G) and I find that after about 20 minutes, my back aches and I need more lumbar support so this will be my back up carrier once I find one with a good fit AND lumbar. My hubby loves it. Great carrier for the price.

BTW, My 4 month old is still getting used to it. She is not a sling or carrier baby, YET. She likes to see me and Dad so inward facing she would cry and strain head to see us. Now, she is strong enough to face out and we are teaching her to like it. - Have her sister (5) encourage her as we put her in, take her to mirrors so she sees herself and parent, and distract her with toys. She goes about 15 minutes before getting tired and bawling - but that is from bawling when we put her in 3 months ago. Use for quick trips to the mailbox or when I need to carry something up or down stairs.

By June, she should be comfortable and happy. Just takes patience teaching, like all else.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Debra on January 17, 2010
While the Snuggli at first seems great (it's structured, making for easy-in and easy-out... and our new baby could even stay asleep for both processes), it quickly is outgrown by both baby and adult. It's also seems at twenty dollars to be a good price, but probably really isn't a great value in the long-term... especially if you're paying the full price.

After a month, our newborn (who quickly advanced to the top percentile in height and weight) really no longer fit the Snugli. The armholes were too low. She also would not have had enough head control to fold down the top (and even so, if you watch the clip on the Snugli website, they have you still buckle the baby's arms in under the folded down top -- which must be uncomfortable for the baby, who doesn't look happy in the carrier!).

In addition, as soon as my baby was around 10 pounds, I would say that her weight distribution in the Snugli started to become an issue for me (a 5'9" 145 lb. mom). I carry my baby daily, and even after short trips with the Snugli (such as a ten-minute wait at the bus stop for one of our older children), I would have severe back-pain. I will add that I have a preexisting back condition (a herniated disk)... but I am still able to carry my baby (now at over 20 pounds) successfully for several hours using our other carriers (a Moby wrap and a Kelty "Country" back-pack carrier).

Since our back-pack carrier is presently adjusted for dad, I get the most use out of my baby's Moby wrap. Here's my comparison of those two carriers to the Snugli. Both the wrap and the Snugli are worn in front... and I like knowing how my baby is doing (dad just asked for a mirror... without one you have to look at reflections in windows).
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