The Four Position 360 Baby Carrier provides four comfortable and ergonomic ways to wear baby: Front-Inward, Front-Outward, Hip and Back carry positions.
Mumfidential’s Rachael Armitage says:
When my baby Dougie was four months old I moved on from a fabric to a more structured carrier but I was conscious of maintaining good ergonomic support for baby.
I suffer from upper back pain so also wanted good weight distribution for me. The Ergobaby Four Position 360 carrier has been a great investment for us. The bucket seat keeps baby seated with knees in the ‘m shape’, which is best for the hips.
And the wide waistband belt and adjustable shoulder straps mean that it is comfortable for the wearer for longer periods. It is relatively easy to get on (although I sometimes need help with the back clip) so no faffing about when you need to get a screaming baby in there ASAP.
It also has 4 positions – front inwards, front outwards, hip and back – which makes it ideal for longer walks when baby becomes more inquisitive. Although it is an expensive piece of equipment it’s worth it: Daddy, Dougie and I all love it and it has been perfect for getting out on some long spring walks.
Price: Currently £129.21 on Amazon
Technical spec: Birth (with infant insert) to 15kg. Front, hip or back carry.
Best bit: aesthetically pleasing, fantastic weight distribution for parent and baby, easy to put on front ways.
Worst bit: difficult to get on single-handedly for back carry, baby doesn’t have much wiggle room in back carry position, expensive.
Star rating: 4/5