Ergobaby All Position Omni 360 Carrier

Ergobaby All Position Omni 360 Carrier

Ergobaby All Position Omni 360 Carrier

27 reviews

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27 reviews
KirstyWestern Australia7 posts

Every parent needs!

I used this since my baby was newborn to now (she is 8 months). During winter she was snug facing inwards and I could go on walks / shops! Now she’s bigger and it’s summer she faces outwards and loves watching what’s happening around us! Definitely a must for all parents! Super handy if you have a clingy or colicky baby! It’s so comfy for the baby and so easy to put on! Show details
Kat W
Kat W5 posts

Good product

I was gifted this for my baby and I like that it can be used from newborn of age and is very supportive around the back and hips and for the baby Show details
Amelia Belomesoff
Amelia BelomesoffSydney2 posts

Definitely don't recommend

Only used it for a month and the slider (the one to change the bum fabric from rear facing to forward facing) stopped engaging. So, if bub was in the carrier and the slider was up it would slowly slide back down. Ergo customer service was great as they replaced the carrier but now another month later I'm having the same issue. In my opinion it's a poorly design expensive product.
I had the original ergo 360 and I loved it. I regret giving it away.
Build Quality
Value for Money
Cleaning & Maintenance
Ease of Use
NickeysixxCentral, SA20 posts

One of my favourite baby products

I love my ergo. It's fantastic that it can fit a newborn without an insert. I still use it for my 2 year old on my back occasionally. Anyone struggling to put it on solo I advise to watch a YouTube tutorial of the "t shirt method", it makes putting it on by yourself so, so much easier.
I love it has the extra safety straps and it comes up a treat after going through the wash. Mine is 2 years old and still looks new.
I have always had a bit of back pain but find this incredibly comfortable to wear for a length of time. Show details
ChloeMurray Region, NSW2 posts

Cut off circulation

Used it once in the supermarket found out baby feet goes blue and purple.... obviously blood circulation of the baby leg was cut off... is too dangerous if use it for longer hours... Show details
Tiff M
Tiff MSydney, NSW9 posts

Love this, still carrying my 18 month old

This has been great. It has potentially had more use than our stroller. I am still wearing my 18 month old 10.5kg toddler because it is so comfortable. I don’t feel sore and the waist band means weight is distributed. I had an issue in the beginning and customer service were really helpful talking me through adjusting the carrier and the issue was resolved. I have the cool air mesh version and highly recommend it. Show details
Carls10 posts
Toni M.
Toni M.South East Queensland, QLD4 posts
Pat M.
Pat M.


I got this because it had great reviews.... getting the baby strapped in is ridiculous, why would you put a buckle you need to use 2 hands to do up behind your head??? Dangerous product if you dont have someone to help you get it on! Show details
MontySydney Surrounds, NSW5 posts

Not for skinny people!

It's a great carrier but being a smaller person I actually cant tighten it enough which means it sits wrong and is quite uncomfortable.... (trust me I would much prefer to be a curvy women but I'm not) Show details
JessMetropolitan Adelaide, SA60 posts

Can be a struggle to put on by yourself

I purchased this so I could do shopping etc without taking a pram.

I researched this product and purchased because of good reviews and because it’s good for babies hips.

I personally found it difficult to get my newborn baby in the carrier and do it up myself. I didn’t have a partner home to help me as he worked away and was home 24 hours a week.

We tried a few times and she just doesn’t like it, even now that she’s 4 months old I can’t get her to stay in it for longer than 5 mins without freaking out.

I don’t feel confident it having her in it either. Show details

CJT3 posts


Perfect for anywhere anytime, I have a heavy Boy & I can't feel his weight while wearing this it's that comfortable! No more sore back for Mumma & I get to use both hands! :D
Excellent features definitely one of the best & useful baby items I've purchased.
If you can find it on sale even better! Show details
Jocelyn P.
Jocelyn P.Greater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC3 posts
MuppetvetGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC4 posts

Omni 360 Cool Air Mesh

I use this carrier far more than I use my pram when out with bubs. Has great features, a rain hood, pockets for phone and keys, tags on the carrier that remind you what position everything should be in when forward or rear facing. The mesh was great in summer for keeping both of us a bit cooler as we like to go walking. Also very easy to attach a blanket when bubs needs some extra winter warmth. I have a bad back and needed something that would support me as much as it supported the baby. This has been comfortable (for both myself and my husband) as our child gets bigger and bigger!! Would definitely recommend. I wouldn't be without it!! Show details
LunaGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC3 posts

Best purchase I’ve made

I honestly use this carrier almost every day, I don’t use a pram at all. I have a cuddly baby that loves to be held, and this carrier fulfills her needs, and my need to use my hands. I’ve been using it for 13 months now and can’t find a single fault with it. It’s great for walks, going shopping, or when Bub just does not want to be put down and I need to clean/cook. Couldn’t live without it. Show details

Questions & Answers

Sherlyn C
Sherlyn C

I bought Ergobaby Omni 360 Hello Kitty version recently. I tried to fit my baby 5 months old 7.6kg front facing inward, but I notice his legs looked tight and turned from red to black. I immediately remove my baby from the carrier. Is there something wrong that I need to adjust/fix? Thanks.

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Betsy Z
Betsy Z

Hi I am currently using the Omni 360 for my 11 weeks old son, he is approx 5.2kgs and 60cm long. I am using the crossback (facing me) to carry him since I have narrow shoulders, however, I realised that his head always fall out from the side under the straps when he is asleep, and I have to keep pushing his head back to the middle. Could you please explaine why and hope you can help me resolve the problem. Btw the crossback makes the should straps very bulky at the back.


Crissy B
Crissy B  

Sorry love i am only new to baby wearing aswell you will have to maybe find a wearing expert in your area to help you get a good fit


The Ergobaby All Position Omni 360 Carrier is the 2020 Award Winner in the Baby Carriers category.

At $299, this is one of the more expensive carriers on the market, but reviewers praised the Omni 360's weight distribution and back support for the parent which allowed them to comfortably carry their baby around for longer while still having use of both hands.

The Omni 360 has four carrying options:

  • Front Carry facing inwards (please note that only this option is recommended for the first 5-6 months after birth).
  • Front Carry facing outwards
  • Hip Carry
  • Back Carry

One consistent drawback that reviewers brought up was the difficulty they faced when putting on and adjusting the carrier. Some said they required assistance from their partner and weren't confident putting it on by themselves. However, despite this criticism the Ergobaby All Position Omni 360 Carrier still received plenty of positive feedback deserving of our award for the best baby carrier of 2020.

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