Why Buy Me?
- Ergonomic, soft and comfortable
- Fully adjustable size and seat width
- Babywearing from newborn to 3 years, plus facing-out & back carrying
Ergonomic, soft and flexible front and back baby carrier
The latest version of Baby Carrier One is even softer and more pliable, so it's easy for you to feel if your baby is sitting in a natural position. The maximum seat width is wider and the head support is higher. It's fully adjustable, so you can adapt it to exactly the right size for you and your baby from newborn.
Ergonomic, soft and comfortable
The pliable fabrics make it easy for you to feel if you're carrying your newborn baby in a natural position, with their back in a C curve. Baby Carrier One provides the correct support to your child's hips and is acknowledged to be "hip-healthy" by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute. The waist belt helps to take pressure off your back and shoulders - this is welcome relief as your child grows and feels heavier to carry.
Fully adjustable size and seat width
The baby carrier is fully adjustable to give you total babywearing freedom. It's easy to adjust the size, seat width and head support as your child grows, and if you are one of two or more babywearers. The baby carrier is fully adjustable to fit babywearers of different shapes and sizes. You can adapt the baby carrier to fit you and your child perfectly.
Babywearing from newborn to 3 years, plus facing-out & back carrying
Suitable from birth and up to 3 years, and adapts in line with your child's developmental stages in their early years. Use the upper height position for your newborn baby: carry them facing in and high enough so you can kiss the top your baby's head. After 5 months, you can also carry your baby facing out if they are ready. You can carry your child on your back after they turn 12 months old.
- Suitable from newborn to three years
- Minimum - 3.5 kg/53 cm, Maximum - 15 kg/100 cm
- Minimum age in front-facing position: 5 months
- Maximum weight in front-facing position: 12 kg
- For children between 3.5-4.5 kg, use the leg straps to tighten the leg openings
- Main fabric: 60% cotton, 40% polyester
- Lining: 100% cotton
- Waist belt lining: 100% polyester
- Padding: 100% polyester (body), 90% polyester and 10% PU Foam (straps)
- Materials used in accordance with Oeko-Tex Standard 100, Class I for baby products
- Baby Carrier One meets standards standard EN13209-2:2015
- US safety standard ASTM F2236
- CPSIA 2008, Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008
The delivery options available in checkout may vary based on your items availability and your location.
We will deliver your order in 3 - 7 days.
Pre-order items will be delivered up to 7 days after the delivery date specified on the product page.
Personalised items will be delivered within 7 days.
Please allow an extra day for Bank Holidays.
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£4.95 on orders under £50
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Which pushchair should I buy?
Shopping around for a pushchair can seem overwhelming, with so many makes and models available. As no two families are the same, a one size fits all pushchair just won't cut it. When considering which pushchair to go for, have a think about what'll best suit what you need. Do you need a lightweight stroller that’s perfect for city living, or an all-terrain pushchair for country adventures? Have a read of our pushchair buying guide to learn more about which one would work for you.
Do I need a pushchair, pram, buggy or stroller?
Although parents often use the terms pram, pushchair, buggy and stroller interchangeably, they all do a slightly different job, so it helps to know the difference before you shop around. A pushchair is a folding seat on wheels, generally designed for babies and small children, whilst Prams have a lie-flat seat so are perfect for your little one’s early months. Strollers can also be referred to as buggies and are often lightweight and compact when folded up, making them great for traveling with a toddler. To find out which one would work for you, have a read of our pushchair buying guide.
What features make for a great travel pushchair?
If you're off on an adventure, you're likely to want a lightweight stroller that’s easy to fold up and compact enough to fit into small spaces. When deciding which model to go for, consider how big it is and where it needs to fit – whether it’s the boot of a car or the cabin compartment on an airplane. We've written a blog post on what holiday essentials you'll need to think about when you're travelling with a baby, which you can read here.
Can I try out a pushchair before I buy?
We get how important it is to try before you buy, especially when it comes to the larger purchases such as a pushchair or pram. That’s why we offer our Personal Shopping appointments. They're free to book, and our team will give you all the help, advice and pushchair demonstrations you need. You can book your appointment here.
How should I care for my pushchair?
Pushchairs are designed to last you a long time if you look after them - and thankfully caring for your pushchair is really easy. All you need to do is make sure the wheels are clean and free of debris, as embedded dirt and grit could damage them. Pushchair covers can simply be wiped clean, or you can use warm water with a sponge to spot clean stains.
What baby essentials do you need when traveling with a newborn?
There are a few essential baby travel products you shouldn't travel without. No matter how long your journey is make sure you pack plenty of diapers and wipes. Travel toys are an important method of keeping newborns occupied and happy during long journeys. We also recommend travelling with a lightweight, foldable travel stroller. Our travel strollers fold up to fit in your car, on a plane, or on a train. Backpack changing bags will ensure that you are able to have all of your baby's essentials with you at all times. Discover more baby travel essentials advice in our blog post.
How do I travel with a toddler?
Whether you're an experienced traveller or this is your first significant family vacation, taking a toddler along requires you to pack a few extra items. There are some toddler travel necessities that will make travelling smoother, from portable travel cots and toys to lightweight travel strollers that can be easily transported on an aeroplane, or in the car. Wherever you are travelling with your toddler, there are travel products out there to help.