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BabyBjörn Baby Carrier One Air, 3D Mesh, (Silver) £109.99 @ amazon.co.uk
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BabyBjörn Baby Carrier One Air, 3D Mesh, (Silver) £109.99 @ amazon.co.uk

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BabyBjörn Baby Carrier One Air, 3D Mesh, (Silver) £109.99 @ amazon.co.uk
Posted 11th Aug

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Ergonomic baby carrier in soft and airy 3d mesh. Baby carrier one air is made almost entirely from airy mesh, which makes babywearing significantly cooler for both you and your baby. In all other respects, the baby carrier offers the same benefits as baby carrier one in cotton. Baby carrier one air is a soft and ergonomic baby carrier that makes it easy for you to give your baby the important closeness that strengthens the parent-child bond. Your baby sits safely and comfortably – while you keep your hands free! The size, seat area and head support are fully adjustable, which means the baby carrier can be adapted to fit your growing baby and changing needs, as well as to your own size.

Carry your child from new-born and up to the age of three years.
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New parents get soaked don't they? This must be worth all of £30. Or am I missing something? I'm surprised they haven't shoehorned 'tactical' into the name and charged another £50.
I got a similar one from Asda for £25 and works a treat!
It has the word Air and 3D in it, oh and One is capitalised.
Would this not be a better option? boots.com/bab….ds

I assume these are only useful for a few months.
daniellndn11/08/2020 09:52

Would this not be a better option? …Would this not be a better option? https://www.boots.com/babyway-3-in-1-baby-carrier-10148846?cm_mmc=bmm-buk-google-ppc-_-PLAs_HeroCompare-_-Babyway-_-Boots+Shopping+-+Category+-+Baby+-+Medium+Margin+-+Desktop&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIsNLl5-KS6wIVh-3tCh0TwgxyEAQYDiABEgKNkfD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.dsI assume these are only useful for a few months.


No, this is not an ergonomic baby carrier. Bad for the barbies hips and the carers back.
Thanks for posting. This is a great price for this carrier.
Mikeonfreeserve11/08/2020 09:48

New parents get soaked don't they? This must be worth all of £30. Or am I …New parents get soaked don't they? This must be worth all of £30. Or am I missing something? I'm surprised they haven't shoehorned 'tactical' into the name and charged another £50.


We learnt this after our first....... Subsequent offspring had less fancy or 2nd hand, ebay purchases. This included a 2nd hand baby bjorn carrier that we sold for about the same price we bought it for.

Think our first pushchair cost around £500, couldn't fit anything else in the boot of the car, weighed a ton.
Last one was ~£70 (brand new) and was just as good if not better.
Baby monitors are another waste of money too imo (unless there's a defined health risk). Had one for our 1st for the first few weeks and didn't bother for 2nd and 3rd.

PS I do get that obviously 99% of 2nd hand things are cheaper than brand new and this is a deals website so have voted + for this as it doesn't seem cheaper elsewhere.
Edited by: "u664541" 11th Aug
You need to try on a carrier before you buy it, it isnt 1 size fits all. Go to john lewis, they tend to have most models to try out. BabyBjorn are excellent but if it doesnt suit your build then its as good as garbage.
We bought a similar, cheaper (£25) baby carrier which was quickly discovered to be cheap for a reason. The thing nearly crippled us, so I've no faith that it was doing the baby any favours either.

Because of this, we bought the BabyBjorn (at full price) and it's been fantastic. It's clearly been properly designed and not cobbled together by a business who just wants to bang out high volumes regardless of quality. Well worth the money, and extremely comfy. Well, as comfy as having another small human strapped to you can be. It would be far better if they came out at about 18 months old when they can walk!
I'm looking for baby now?
PetrolHeadRR11/08/2020 14:17

I'm looking for baby now?


You'll have to make one. Much fun, followed by a lifetime of misery.
trs02038211/08/2020 15:11

You'll have to make one. Much fun, followed by a lifetime of misery.


I was looking to get one on discount if possible
Lowest price it's ever been on Amazon. Hot!

Does anyone have a link to this cheaper New?
Great Post! Was planning on buying this anyway. Worth noting it is certified by Hip Dysplasia Society also.
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