Is Ergobaby Australian?
Ergobaby is headquartered in Los Angeles and is sold in more than 700 retailers, in the United States and in over 50 countries internationally.
Can Ergobaby be used for newborns?
If you are using an Ergobaby Original or Ergobaby All Position 360 Carrier, you will need an infant insert when wearing your baby between 3.2-5.5kgs / 7-12lbs or approx. newborn to 4 months old. Our Adapt and Omni 360 carriers can be used from newborn (min. 3.2kgs/7lbs) with no need for an insert.
How long should you use the ERGO infant insert?
Ergobaby recommends that the infant insert should be used until a baby weighs at least 12 pounds AND is at least 4 months old.
Are there fake Ergobaby carriers?
Unfortunately, there are counterfeit and potentially dangerous copies of our Ergobaby Carriers on the market. We urge you to obtain genuine products and educate yourself and others on how to purchase authorized products and how to avoid counterfeits that could potentially cause harm.
When can you use Ergo without infant insert?
Once your baby has strong head control and is comfortable with her legs splayed (vs froggy) and her knees reaching the end of the carrier, usually about 4-6 months, you can use an Ergobaby baby carrier without the infant insert.
How long do you need the infant insert for the Ergo?
From the ergo baby website; The Infant Insert is required from birth to 4/5 months (3.2 to 5.5kgs) or until baby has developed head control.
When to stop using infant insert in ergo?
When to stop using infant insert in Ergo. When did you stop using the infant insert in the Ergo? DS is 13 weeks, about 15 pounds. The instructions say to use the infant insert until the child has good head control.
Which ERGO Baby carrier is the best?
Of all five of the above reviewed ergo baby carriers, the best of them is the Ergo Baby Original Cool Air Mesh. It is rightfully an award-wining best seller because it has proven itself on the market.
Do I need an infant insert?
The Infant Insert is recommended until your baby can sit independently with knees dangling down freely in an ergonomic spread squat position and is a minimum of 15 pounds. An Infant Insert is not needed with the Tula Free-to-Grow Carrier or the Tula Explore Carrier .