We know, this is tedious to read and impossible to remember. Read it anyway. Because even though our product is tested and found safe: safety comes with responsible use. The most important thing is: check your baby often. If he looks overheated, can’t breathe freely or just isn’t comfortable: fix it.


Important! Read these instructions before use and keep this guide for future reference.

  • For pre-term, low birth-weight babies and children with medical conditions, seek advice from a health professional
  • Before using this product. Premature baby’s and baby’s with respiratory problems and baby’s under 4 months are at   greatest risk of suffocation.
  • Do not use for baby weighing less than 3.2 kg (7 lbs).
  • Do not use for children weighing more than 15.9 kg (30 lbs).
  • Before each use, make sure all buckles, buttons and safety-bands are secure.
  • Before use, adjust carrier to your baby’s age, size and carrying position.
  • Never use this product when balance or mobility is impaired because of exercise, drowsiness or medical conditions.
  • Never use this product while cooking and cleaning which involve a heat source or exposure to chemicals.
  • Never wear your baby in a carrier while in a moving vehicle.
  • This carrier is not suitable for use during sporting activities e.g. running, cycling, swimming and skiing.
  • Only carry one child at a time in the baby carrier.
  • Keep the carrier away from your children when it’s not in use.
  • Never use a damaged carrier.
  • Be careful when drinking hot beverages while using the carrier.


WARNING!!! SUFFOCATION HAZARD: Infants under 4 months can suffocate in this product if face is pressed to tight against your body.

  • Constantly monitor your child and ensure the mouth and nose are unobstructed.
  • Ensure your child’s chin is not resting on its chest as its breathing may be restricted which could lead to suffocation.
  • Don’t strap your baby too tight against your body.
  • Allow room for head movement.
  • Make sure your baby can move his head freely (without pressing his face onto your body).
  • Make sure that your baby’s airway is clear and that your baby is breathing normally at all times.
  • Do not let your baby sleep in the outward facing position.
  • Be aware that your body heat and extra layer of fabric from the carrier can cause your baby’s temperature to rise.
  • Feel the skin of the neck to ensure your baby is comfortable.


WARNING!!! FALL HAZARD: Infants can fall trough a wide leg opening or out of a carrier.

  • To prevent hazards from falling ensure that your child is securely positioned in the carrier.
  • Ensure proper placement of your baby including the right sitting position and leg placement.
  • Take special care when leaning, bending or walking.
  • Never bend at the waist, bend at the knees.
  • Be aware that as the baby becomes more active the child has more risk of falling out of the carrier.
  • Never unbuckle the waist belt while the baby is in the carrier.
  • Your baby’s position should be checked regularly, make sure arm’s and leg’s aren’t constricted by the carrier.
  • Be aware that your movement and the child’s movement may affect your balance.