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Stage 1 Baby Carrier

0 – 14 months / 12 kgs. Trusted by thousands of Ubuntu Baba parents worldwide, our organic hemp baby carriers will help you step out into the world again with confidence, freedom and style!

  • Light, breathable and easy to use
  • Privacy hood for breastfeeding/shelter from sun
  • Grows with your baby from newborn to 14 months or 12kgs, whichever comes first
  • Approved by International Hip Dysplasia Institute as a hip-healthy ergonomic product for newborns
  • Gentle on c-section healing
  • Large pocket (fits nappies, wipes, spare dummy)
  • Lifetime guarantee on stitching & workmanship

R1,690

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The International Hip Dysplasia Institute

The International Hip Dysplasia Institute acknowledges the Ubuntu Baba Stage 1 Carrier as one of their listed “hip-healthy” products for newborns. Find out more about the correct hip positioning here.

  • We recommend a weight limit of 12kgs for our Stage 1 carrier.
  • We recommend a weight limit of 20kgs for our Stage 2 carrier.
  • Always keep one arm tightly around your baby while putting on your carrier.
  • Always inspect your carrier for wear or damage before use.
  • Never use a carrier with any sign of defect or damage.
  • Maintain a clear air space for baby to breathe at all times.
  • Never allow your baby’s chin to drop onto their chest as this can restrict their airway.
  • Always be aware of baby’s breathing.
  • Avoid babywearing in situations where it would not be safe to carry an infant in-arms.
  • Take special care when leaning, never bend at waist, bend at knees.
  • Babies under 4 months can suffocate in this product if face is pressed tight against your body.
  • Do not strap baby too tight against your body.
  • Allow room for head movement.
  • Keep baby’s face free from obstructions at all times.
  • We recommend that you always follow the T.I.C.K.S. rule for safe babywearing.

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