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Infantino Union Ergonomic Carrier, Gray

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  • Ergonomically designed to evenly destribute baby's weight for plenty of comfort
  • Bucket seat creates natural sitting position for baby
  • Two comfortable carrying positions let baby face in or ride backpack style
  • Adjustable chest/back strap
  • Adjustable lumbar support
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions10.1 x 10.1 x 5.1 inches
OriginChina
UPC773554001143
Item model number200-114
Minimum weight recommendation8 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation40 Pounds
  
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ASINB004FMAMNY
Best Sellers Rank #1,348 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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The Union is ergonomically designed for all day comfort with weight defying back and shoulder support. It lets baby ride in a natural sitting position that keeps you both close and comfy.

Product Description

The Infantino Union baby carrier is ergonomically designed for all-day comfort with weight-defying back and shoulder support. It lets baby ride in a natural sitting position that keeps you both close and comfy.Ergonomically designed to evenly destribute babys weight for plenty of comfortBucket seat creates natural sitting position for babyTwo comfortable carrying positions let baby face in or ride backpack styleAdjustable chest/back strapAdjustable lumbar support


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Customer Reviews

Very comfortable and easy to use.
Pravin Kelwada
The back shoulder buckle is little hard to reach 2. if your baby is new born, then the shoulder straps would rub against the cheek and may cause minor rash.
Nupur Agarwal
Thus, the weight is evenly distributed and not just concentrated on the crotch!
Izuan Bagarib

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

182 of 202 people found the following review helpful By Mom of 3 on March 27, 2012
I too had used an actual ERGO daily for over a year before giving it back to the friend I borrowed it from. I really do love Ergos. I have not used a carrier on my guy for over a year, but found myself wanting one just in case of an emergency, he is a heavy just turned 3 year old now, he is around 30lbs and if for some reason I have to leave in an emergency I will want a way to carry him because he is still too slow to keep up with the rest of us but I still have hands free to hold onto my 5 and 7 year olds. We used an ergo from when my youngest was 9mo to when he turned 2 years before giving it back to my friend. My youngest is adopted from Korea where he was very much a carried baby and the ERGO was perfect for his transition. He went to sleep in it. Every naptime and every bedtime for at least 4 months. But now just looking for a carrier for emergencies.
I was not about to buy an ERGO for a maybe just in case emergency but luckily found the Infantino Ergonomic Union Carrier today at a thrift store for $3. Yes for $3 I thought I could give it a go.
This is how I found it differnt than the actual ERGO brand. Size wise about the same. The outside fabric is not near as soft, this is more like backpack material, where the ergo was a softer fabric. Structure wise it is about the same. Waist strap and such felt really familar when I put it on. I back carry exclusivly, and I was used to putting him into the ERGO solo, they reccomend for this one to not even attempt this on your own on the video for the Infantino. My son is used to being hoisted back there so we tried it out in the store. I can see how this would be about impossible for your average carrier user or beginner but I was able to do it. The part that makes it harder is that the straps on the Infantino connect to the waist strap.
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76 of 83 people found the following review helpful By VeraP VINE VOICE on May 6, 2011
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I had my sister, who typically uses a BabyBjorn carrier, give this Infantino a try. Her thoughts were:

- The Infantino is about half the price of a BabyBjorn and just as effective

- Instead of carrying the baby in the front facing you or facing out, the Infantino gives you a choice of carrying the baby in the front (facing you) or on your back, essentially facing your neck. The position is really a thing of personal preference.

- The Infantino is perfect for infants and kids up to 40 lbs, while the Original BabyBjorn is only good for up to 22lbs. So not only is the Infantino much cheaper, but you can also use it for much longer.

- The Infantino seemed to provide much more back and shoulder support than the BabyBjorn or other carrier she's tried

- The one difficult feature of the Infantino was that it if you choose to carry your child in the front, you have to snap the carrier close in the back. It's nearly impossible to get it on this way without the help of another person.
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46 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Bensley on September 13, 2011
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I specifically bought this carrier earlier this year for my second little girl (she is now about to be 18 months old) to wear on my back. I have used ring slings, wraps, and Baby Bjorns for front carrying but they are bulky and time-consuming. I am a plus-sized person so using pre-sized carriers are not really an option. I wanted an easy back carrier that I could use when I was the only adult around.

At first, I was disappointed in two things: (1) the instructions said users had to have help putting the carrier on and (2) my child's head seemed "squished" which I chalked up to age and didn't bother making any adjustments. So, I left it alone for a few months.

When I tried it again, my child LOVED it. The back of her neck was above the back of the carrier and she could move her head and arms around quite freely (She is always grabbing things off shelves or she can hold a snack and a sippee cup, so on). This carrier is BY FAR the most comfortable and easiest to use. Note that I did not use this carrier for a small baby nor have I used it front-facing use.

I was initially intimidated by the instructions for requiring assistance. I decided to practice putting it on by myself a few times. Now I'm a pro! Here's how I do it:
1. I snap the lower belt buckle as if I were going to wear my child in the front
2. I insert child and check each foot for the right insert location (i.e. in the leg holes, not the straps)
2. I slide her to my hip and confirm her feet are not inserted in the arm straps. I also lift up the arm strap so it's not hanging down to low to reach.
3. I use my right had to hold and slide her to the back while using my left hand to go through the arm strap.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Rachael P. on April 16, 2011
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I have used my Ergo for about 3 years, with 2 kids and I love it. I got the Infantino thru the Amazon Vine program since I thought it was about time to switch it out. I am pleasantly surprised! It has almost the same fitting style as far as how it sits on your body and buckles. It seems to provide strong back support and my daughter seemed right at ease in it. It appears sturdy to withstand the test of time/use. My only uncertainties are the fabric and hot days. The inside has soft padding which is comfy for baby but in the summer I wonder if it would get too hot/sweaty? Also there is no safety "catch" with the wide main band that goes around your waist. W/ the ergo, it has one (a simple loop) so if the buckle were to come undone there is an extra level of security. But those are minor things when you account for the price (which is considerably less than the ergo) I say this is a winner! UPDATE: I have to say that I do miss having a pocket on the outside of the front of the carrier to stash keys, etc. That would be a huge perk. If they added this it would be probably the best carrier out there.
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