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Redkite Embrace Baby Carrier £10 at Asda in Blackburn
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Redkite Embrace Baby Carrier £10 at Asda in Blackburn

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Posted 6th OctAvailable: National
3305205.jpgOn offer...rollback baby event in Asda.
Down to £10.
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Bargain thanks
OP, any idea if the changing bag has been reduced further x
Please don't carry your baby facing to the world as on the picture 🙏
Queen_Bee199306/10/2019 11:22

Bargain thanksOP, any idea if the changing bag has been reduced further x


Changing bag was £4.00
paharito06/10/2019 12:01

Please don't carry your baby facing to the world as on the picture …Please don't carry your baby facing to the world as on the picture 🙏



why not?...
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In Watford too!! Bargain!
paharito06/10/2019 12:01

Please don't carry your baby facing to the world as on the picture …Please don't carry your baby facing to the world as on the picture 🙏


Why not? My baby loves being able to see the world around her. They’re also designed to be two way facing...?
nikinaki2306/10/2019 16:28

Why not? My baby loves being able to see the world around her. They’re a …Why not? My baby loves being able to see the world around her. They’re also designed to be two way facing...?


boba.com/blo…out
paharito06/10/2019 16:31

https://boba.com/blogs/boba-reads/nine-reasons-not-to-carry-your-baby-facing-out


Sound more to me like a marketing ploy by the company that wrote the article to get you to buy their carriers instead.... I’ve never heard of this anywhere else.
This one is very bad for babies as it is not an ergonomic one it put to much pressure on babies hips
Ninaa06/10/2019 17:52

This one is very bad for babies as it is not an ergonomic one it put to …This one is very bad for babies as it is not an ergonomic one it put to much pressure on babies hips


Exactly
nikinaki2306/10/2019 16:33

Sound more to me like a marketing ploy by the company that wrote the …Sound more to me like a marketing ploy by the company that wrote the article to get you to buy their carriers instead.... I’ve never heard of this anywhere else.


candokiddo.com/new…ing

Just try to find something about it, I'm sure you will. Is nothing about company, is about your baby health.
If you really want to carry, try a boba or a Tula and spend some money on a decent one - a cheap one will just put you off. ( I carried from newborn to aged 4 1/2, no pushchair)
Ninaa06/10/2019 17:52

This one is very bad for babies as it is not an ergonomic one it put to …This one is very bad for babies as it is not an ergonomic one it put to much pressure on babies hips


No it’s not it’s fine to use as long as the baby’s legs are not dangling and are in the M position, this is perfectly fine! It even says it’s “Designed in the UK to support the hip healthy ‘M’ shape position for baby’s comfort and development. The Embrace has been fully endorsed by the Hip Dysplasia Institute which means you can have full confidence that baby’s safety is our proiorty at all times.”
Queen_Bee199306/10/2019 19:58

No it’s not it’s fine to use as long as the baby’s legs are not dangling an …No it’s not it’s fine to use as long as the baby’s legs are not dangling and are in the M position, this is perfectly fine! It even says it’s “Designed in the UK to support the hip healthy ‘M’ shape position for baby’s comfort and development. The Embrace has been fully endorsed by the Hip Dysplasia Institute which means you can have full confidence that baby’s safety is our proiorty at all times.”


38618424-ffVmS.jpgThis is what call 'M' position the one above is defenitely not fine. The difference between the 2 is obvious
Ninaa06/10/2019 20:07

[Image] This is what call 'M' position the one above is defenitely not …[Image] This is what call 'M' position the one above is defenitely not fine. The difference between the 2 is obvious


They both look like a m to me only difference is the price not everybody can afford £160 for a ergo baby carrier this one is a lot better then the carriers where the baby’s legs are dangling
Queen_Bee199306/10/2019 20:17

They both look like a m to me only difference is the price not everybody …They both look like a m to me only difference is the price not everybody can afford £160 for a ergo baby carrier this one is a lot better then the carriers where the baby’s legs are dangling


I have choosed the ergo baby pic just to show you the difference of the position between the two.
If the one sold by Asda was ergo do you really think the RRP would have been £20?

Amazonas is a cheaper brand than ergobaby and they are ergonomics.

That's all for me tonight ...
Salut !
Ninaa06/10/2019 20:27

I have choosed the ergo baby pic just to show you the difference of the …I have choosed the ergo baby pic just to show you the difference of the position between the two.If the one sold by Asda was ergo do you really think the RRP would have been £20?Amazonas is a cheaper brand than ergobaby and they are ergonomics.That's all for me tonight ...Salut !


I’m not saying it’s “ergo” anywhere in my comments have I stated that but just would like to add oh I’m so sorry the “hip dysplasia institute must have made a mistake when they endorsed its designer to support the hip healthy M shape position” FFS nobody can post a deal
Without somebody criticising it, each to their own!
Queen_Bee199306/10/2019 20:47

I’m not saying it’s “ergo” anywhere in my comments have I stated that (lol …I’m not saying it’s “ergo” anywhere in my comments have I stated that but just would like to add oh I’m so sorry the “hip dysplasia institute must have made a mistake when they endorsed its designer to support the hip healthy M shape position” FFS nobody can post a dealWithout somebody criticising it, each to their own!


I'm not criticising the deal if it wasn't about baby wellbeing I wouldn't have waisted time to comment en trying to explain.

It's just I feel sad for babies when I see one in those carrier that are not good for them.
Ninaa06/10/2019 20:51

I'm not criticising the deal if it wasn't about baby wellbeing I wouldn't …I'm not criticising the deal if it wasn't about baby wellbeing I wouldn't have waisted time to comment en trying to explain.It's just I feel sad for babies when I see one in those carrier that are not good for them.


Yes I agree it’s not nice seeing a baby in a carrier where it’s affecting their hips but this is the first low
Price carrier I have seen where the baby is M shape it only affects the baby’s hips if the pressure is in their hips however with this carrier the pressure is distributed as the baby isn’t dangling down
They have these in Asda in Trafford Park still £10 plenty of stock
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