phil&teds Escape Baby Carrier, Red

March 15, 2020 - Comment

Product Features Supportive & adjustable – an articulating dual-core waist belt and advanced lumbar support distributes weight evenly, keeping you comfy on long hikes Includes a hood and rain shield, daypack, change mat, mirror and foot stirrups Hydration pouch & storage – stay hydrated with a specialized hydration station for your water bladder (water bladder

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(as of April 19, 2020 5:31 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

Product Features

  • Supportive & adjustable – an articulating dual-core waist belt and advanced lumbar support distributes weight evenly, keeping you comfy on long hikes
  • Includes a hood and rain shield, daypack, change mat, mirror and foot stirrups
  • Hydration pouch & storage – stay hydrated with a specialized hydration station for your water bladder (water bladder not included)
  • Packs flat – folds to 27.5 inch l x 12.5 feet w x 6 inch h
  • Stirrups – included foot stirrups to maximize your child’s circulation

Comments

Anonymous says:

Top marks for baby comfort and safety, not far off for adult comfort I started using this from 5 months. It is a bit tricky at that age as baby lols around more, but he was big for his age and fitted well and was well supported. After a week hiking round the lake district when he was 6 months I got used to putting him in and out though it is difficult getting the bag on and off if you are on your own. The bag so far seems to have taken no damage from wear and tear, the extra storage is useful and space, hole and clip for a water carrier is well thought out. The…

Anonymous says:

Fantastic Carrier I have to admit I wasn’t sure if I was wasting my money on this carrier to begin with but my then 10 month old son was getting too heavy to carry and we were planning on using it for walks whilst on holiday so after comparing various products I took a chance with the Phil & Ted’s Escape Baby Carrier (Though its hard not to say Bill and Ted!).As soon as it had arrived I unpacked it and straight away I was impressed on how well it was put together. I even stuck my son in it to see…

Anonymous says:

Uncomfortable but useful…for a while Overall really disappointed with the carrier. I used it over two days walking around London.Pros – My little boy was comfortable & safe in the carrier whilst awake.Cons – sleeping position wasn’t great, my little boy was leaning forward whilst sleeping so couldn’t get comfortable.For me, pain in my shoulders and back during & after use wasnt great, I found it extremely uncomfortable to carry him in it. I tried adjusting the straps but couldn’t get it to fit so that…

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