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Fits a wide range of cars, Easy to fit once assembled, Folds away for easy storage

First assembly a bit fiddly, You may need to buy false crossbars and a light board to use it

..., which are supposed to be easier to fit and able to be used by one person without assistance, so seemed the best option all round for us. As the name suggests, this sort of carrier fixes to the rear door of your car, and you carry the bikes over your rear window; for safety reasons, we opted for a high-mounted variety to minimise the obstruction to our view when driving, and to avoid the bikes covering...

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padded shoulder straps, wide head rest, 2 Way Baby Carrier


...given this baby carrier by my friend who had used it for her first baby. The baby carrier is a 2 way baby carrier which can face both the front and rear but I tend to use to rear facing option for my baby. The baby carrier has not given me any back pain at all. The carrier has padded shoulder straps so this has probably helped. My son has felt quite comfortable in the baby carrier as the carrier has...

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“Our Go To Carrier”

published 24/01/2015

Easy to tie, comfortable, reasonably priced, beautiful

Not as quick to put on as ring sling or adaptable as woven wrap

...'s the perfect compromise between ease of use and support/comfort, beautifully made, gorgeous pattern and was very reasonably priced. If you're not used to Baby Wearing then this is a perfect first carrier, it really is easy to tie, if Daddy can manage it then anyone can. While there are times when I find myself reaching the ring sling or woven wrap, I probably use this three times out of four, because it is...

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