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Onya Baby Outback Baby Carrier

Onya Baby Outback Baby Carrier

BY ONYA BABY

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4.50 / 5 based on 4 Reviews

Product Description

ONYB1001 Features Fabric is100pct recycled brushed polyester twill fabric, rip-stop nylon body, air-mesh lining Tuck away sleeping hood, 2 storage pockets, 2 toy loops, D-ring for keys Carrying positions: Front, back, hip, chair harness Sleeping hood made of 65pct recycled content brushed polyester, UPF 50+ sun-protective Product Type: Backpack Color: Black/Grey Color: Brown Color: Green Color: Red/Orange Generic Specifications Recommended age for front carry: 3-4 Months, with baby booster 2-3 weeks Generic Dimensions Recommended weight: 15-45 lbs. (7-20 kg), with baby booster: 7-15 lbs. (3.2-6.8 kg) 13" H x 10" W x 5" D, 1.6 lbs Dimensions Overall Product Weight: 1.6 Pounds see more...

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Onya Baby Outback Baby Carrier
Onya Baby Outback Baby Carrier
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Ashleigh H.
Ashleigh H.
Baton Rouge, LA
47 reviews
We have used this with our son to go on walks through the neighborhood, to the zoo even shopping. It's comfortable and frees up your hands and my sons always falls asleep in it.
Jennifer H.
Jennifer H.
LYNWOOD, CA
158 reviews
I think this perfect from nb - 6months because it perfect baby don't weigh that much i gave mine to my friend
Jennifer C.
Jennifer C.
Mastic, NY
234 reviews
These are only really good until your baby is like 5 months then it starts hurting your back and shoulder when they get bigger because they weight more
Jessica J.
Jessica J.
Latonia, KY
1 review
We bought this to take the baby on vacation abroad because it turns any seat into a high chair. When he was less than 5 months old she sat too low in the carrier and she is even a big baby. A blanked rolled up helped her sit higher and be able to see outside. It took her a while to get used to facing towards us instead of away from us but she does sleep well in it. The concept is brilliant having a carrier also convert into a high chair but it definitely takes some practice to figure it out.
Contrary to what others say I think its better when they are bigger and older because this is more comfortable than other carriers such as the Bjorn.
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