|Item model number||B2-PAIGE-BLK|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Minimum weight recommendation||3.2 Kilograms|
|Maximum weight recommendation||20 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||1.32 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 3 x 0.25 inches|
Beco Butterfly B2-Paige-BLK - 2 - Paige
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- Outer material: 100 % cotton (plain fabric made from organic ca); filling: 100 % polyester, hip belt padding: 100 % EVA foam.
- White stylized flowers on a charcoal grey background. Black straps.
- Comfortably carry your baby in front in the Beco Butterfly, or easily wear your baby on your back. Great for newborns all the way up to 45 pounds.
- Not bulky like the Ergo or frame carriers, the slim-fitting Beco enables you get your baby on your back as easily as slipping on a backpack.
- Padded waistband and shoulder straps provide luxurious comfort. Two-shouldered support is ergonomically superior to one-shouldered carriers.
- The Beco Butterfly has a handy removable sleeping hood to support a head of a napping child. It can be also used as protection from sun, rain or snow, although it is not waterproof. The sleeping hood is stored in a pocket on the waist belt, and can be used in front and back carry.
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The Beco Butterfly Baby Carrier combines great ergonomics, excellent weight distribution and stylish design. Every piece is handmade from top quality designer fabric and heavy duty webbing and buckles, and can be used with children from newborns to toddlers, in both front and back carries. The innovative internal sling enables you to securely buckle your baby into the carrier, then handle Baby + Carrier as a single unit. You can put your baby on your back very easily, just like putting on a backpack! The Beco Butterfly’s removable infant insert for newborns allows your little baby under 15 pounds to ride higher in the carrier in an ergonomically comfortable position. When your baby outgrows the need for the newborn insert, you simply place her into the main Y shaped internal sling attached to the carrier's shoulder straps, which improves the distribution of the baby's weight and enables parents to pass baby from one wearer to another without taking the baby out of the carrier. The inside panel acts as a safety harness and prevents baby from slipping down or falling out of the carrier. 1) Child can be worn on front or back and easily shifted from one to the other. 2) Tall, tapered carrier body provides lots of upper body support for your baby or toddler, holds baby close to your body for greater comfort. 3) A Sternum (chest) strap is connected to the shoulder straps and slides along their length. 4) Padded waistband is firm and supportive while maintaining a slim profile. 5) High quality designer fabrics are smooth, stylish, and comfortable against the skin. 6) Padded leg holes prevent chafing of little thighs. 7) User waist range fits 25 to 50 inches (63 to127cm). 8) User height range fits from 4 foot 9 to 6 foot 2. (144cm to 188cm).
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One thing I wish the Beco had is the front zippered pocked that the Ergo has. This would be handy for carrying some bare essentials so you don't have to have a separate bag.
Would I purchase again? Absolutely. I'm one of the few moms in my play groups that bought just one baby carrier. Most people bought a couple to eventually end up with the Ergo or a Beco.
The main problem was that my baby didn't like how her arms and face were partially obstructed by the fabric straps and that she was used to facing outward in the bjorn with nothing blocking her line of sight.This issue may not happen for everyone. I am petite, so I had to have the bottom belt sit lower so that her weight was supported by my hips, therefore the shoulder straps also were lower and closer to her face. And again, since she was used to the bjorn, she didn't like facing inward towards me as much. The carrier does allow the baby to look at things by turning to the right and left, but my baby seemed to get frustrated by having to peer around me and the straps. So this carrier may not work for babies like mine who love to look around, face outward, and not be blocked.
Another issue was that I wanted to start carrying my baby on my back. I read how this carrier had a panel of fabric between you and the baby so that slipping her securely onto your back would be easier, like putting on a backpack. I didn't find that to be true at all. I followed the instructions and as I slipped the straps on while rotating her to my back she almost fell backwards out of the carrier. The fabric panel didn't hold her securely in the carrier since she was just sitting in the carrier as opposed to be strapped into the carrier as you switch the baby from front to back. I attempted this again while sitting in a chair, but she still rolled backwards and almost slipped out of the carrier completely. So that fabric panel didn't make things as easier as I expected.
I did love how comfortable it felt for me and for baby! My husband - who has back, neck, and shoulder pain - tried it and said it felt geat. It seemed to fit him better and our baby didn't have the straps in her way as much while being carried by him. Perhaps his broader shoulders spread out the straps better so they were not as close to her face. So the fit of this carrier for the baby's comfort will vary person to person, since everyone's physique is different.
There are many positive things about this carrier though. I am returning the butterfly 2 and exchanging it for the beco Gemini. The Gemini allows you to carry your baby facing outward and on the side, along with facing inward and back. I am sure it will feel comfortable for me, and since I can carry my baby facing out, she will be happier with the Gemini too. Fingers crossed....
On a side note, I think the babybjorn active carrier is great for younger babies (babies under 15 pounds) and also for colder temperatures. It's made out of a thicker fabric that will help block out the wind. If we had used the beco carrier in the winter, the wind would have gone right through the thinner fabric. I didn't want to discourage anyone from choosing the babybjorn active - it has served us well! But I am looking forward to being able to carry my daughter more comfortably this summer.
I was able to nurse her while in the carrier, no one was the wiser. It is hands down the most comfortable carrier for both her and I. Worth every single penny!
I didn't realize the baby cannot face outward but that's really o.k. Once she's big enough to be carried on back she'll see outward and be able to enjoy the view better.
As I mentioned, it's a splurge at first but once the investment features apply, you'll realize it's worth the cost.