Chicco Myamaki Complete Baby Carrier

New-borns love being carried. They feel best during their first few months of life when carried in mum or dad’s arms. But this is almost impossible during daily life. However, it is especially important during this first phase of life to give a baby’s back and hips as much support as possible. The Chicco Myamaki complete baby carrier does exactly that! 

The Chicco Myamaki complete baby carrier is recognised by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute as a ‘hip-friendly product’ (when used in the correct manner). This baby carrier comes with a seat liner for added support. This simply gets wrapped around the baby to keep their legs in the correct position. The seat liner also gives added protection and comfort. Another advantage to the seat liner is its hood, which protects your baby from wind and other weather conditions, as well as providing them with a sense of peace and privacy. 

There are three ways to wear the Chicco Myamaki complete baby carrier: When your baby is still a new-born you can carry them on your front, with them facing towards you. When your baby is six months old you can either carry them on your hip or on your back. The advantage for your baby here is that they will be able to see more of their surroundings.

The Chicco Myamaki complete baby carrier is designed to protect parents’ backs while it is in use; its hip and shoulder straps are padded. These are also designed so that your baby’s weight will be spread evenly across your body.

Description special features

  • Baby carrier
  • Incl. Size reduction (seat liner)
  • Seat liner with hood
  • Suitable from birth
  • Suitable for children weighing no more than 15 kg
  • 3 ways to carry:
  • On the stomach, with baby facing the person carrying them (from birth)
  • On the hips (from 6 months)
  • On the back (from 6 months)
  • Advantages of the baby carrier:
  • Your child can enjoy being close and connected to you
  • Your child is at eye level with other people
  • Recognised by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute as a ‘hip-friendly product