2010 VAUDE BABY CARRIERS OFFER

Back Carriers, Mountain Child News, Vaude baby Carriers

The new range of Vaude Baby Carriers has arrived, This year we are offering a special deal! For every 2010 carrier we will include a free Sun Canopy & Raincover  worth £17.99 for Kenta, Kenta Plus & Teffy Models and a free full length rain cover worth £14.99 for Jolly Comfort & Jolly Light Models.

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Next Day Service

Back Carriers, Mountain Child News

Remember we use a next day service as standard for all back carriers.
If we recieve your back carrier order before 11.00 am Monday through to Thursday it will be despatched the same day on a before 15.00 next day service as standard.
We generally keep very good stocks of all back carriers, if we are out of stock for any reason we will contact you and offer an alternative. (Please make sure your contact details are valid)
Our next day service covers the mainland UK only with exception to some of the outer reaches of Scotland.

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Backpack Child Carrier

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Backpack Child Carrier
Many mums and dads love the opportunity of having their baby in a special carrier or sling, not least because it makes them feel close by at all times and you can keep a careful watch on your infant but once your child passes this stage you will need to upgrade to a backpack child Carrier. Check that the leg holes on carriers have elastic or padded fabric to support your childs legs.

To use a backpack child carrier your baby must be able to sit upright without assistance, usually at about 6 months old.  If it’s a trudge up a mountainside or an all day walk through the city park, framed baby backpack carriers provide the extra padding and support that makes these sorts of trips bearable.  Backpack child carriers also offer the most storage space of any child carrier.  Child Carriers are normally more expensive than other carriers, but the trade-off is ruggedness, sturdy and comfortable straps, and several features such as removable child cockpits, pouches, sun and rain visors, and a kickstand to easily load baby.  Several child carrier backpacks also have a handy storage compartment so that you can leave your nappy bag at home.  We are seeing a growing concern about the improper use of backpack child carriers and the relatively scarce amount of preventive information available to young people.  If you weighs 120 pounds and are carrying a 25-pound backpack, it places a huge burden on your musculoskeletal system so consider short walks to start with and build up over time.

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Baby Back Carrier.

Back Carriers

Back carriers are useful for more serious walking where it’s impractical to take a pushchair, for shopping trips where you need your hands free and as a possible alternative to the lightweight stroller pushchair on holiday.  Back carriers usually have a frame and are a more sturdy way of carrying a baby for a longer time. They usually have aluminium frame and a hip belt, like a hiking backpack.

Baby back carriers are a fantastically versatile and comfortable way of transporting your baby.  However, these carriers should only be used for infants over the age of six months and only when your baby can support her own head, as most back carriers provide little in the way of neck support.  At 6 months you can then move on to using one of our multi functional back carriers and we guarantee you’ll have fun together.  The is quite a movement toward slings but toddlers are too big for front carrying so consider the soft and framed back carriers.  Some back carriers claim to carry three year olds but your stature and strength will dictate whether and for how long you can carry this way.  Front carriers youcan use right from the beginning, facing inward or forward, but when a baby grows older and becomes heavier and more alert (starts grabbing your ice cream), back carriers are better.

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Child Back Carrier

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Child Back Carrier

Child back carriers have improved over the years as they have become increasingly aerodynamic, more aesthetically pleasing, and made of stronger, more durable material.

Children like to ride high and can sleep on your back, too, but there is no comfortable support for a sleeping child. Keep in mind that a 6-9 month old baby will get tired sooner than you. Child hip-seats are ‘seats’ worn around the parents’ waist which the child then sits on. The parent still needs to hold the child, but the child’s weight is more evenly distributed over the body, saving your back whilst your child still gets a comfortable ride close to you. They can be useful for around the home but far less so when doing serious walking or activity

Child back carriers have come a long way since their infancy a decade ago. Not gone, but supplemented, are the primary-colored nylon rucksacks which made urban trekkers feel clumsy and out of place on path. Child back carriers have a sturdy metal frame and give your baby a good view of the world around him. A backpack can be a useful alternative to a double buggy , particularly if you go on lots of country walks where using a pushchair would give a very bumpy ride.

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