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Ergobaby All Position Omni 360 Carrier

Ergobaby All Position Omni 360 Carrier

MPNs: BCS360PBLOOM, BCS360PCRBGRY, BCS360PEVGRN and 7 more
4.3 from 24 reviews · View Statistics
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    Nickeysixx
    NickeysixxCentral, SA
    • 19 reviews
    • 2 likes

    One of my favourite baby products

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    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.

    Purchased in June 2018 for $290.00.

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    Carls
    Carls
    • 7 reviews
    • 2 likes

    Has saved us many times

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    Purchased in August 2019 at Baby Bunting Online store for $270.00.

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    Bonito
    BonitoGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC
    • 17 reviews
    • 9 likes
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    Expensive, but worth it. Could be even better though!!!

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    bels
    belsSydney, NSW
    • 44 reviews
    • 23 likes

    Great!

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    I’ve got a few carriers - Manduca, Tula, stretchy wrap, wrap, ring sling. I’m so glad Ergo came out with something that doesn’t require an insert. My 3 week old fits well, although the straps on this are a little bulky around her little head. Not keen on the strap/webbing that cuts into my fat at the side (!!). Love the storage pouch that’s included and that it can face forward (haven’t had a chance to use it forward facing yet though). Would recommend. I bought this instead of the 360 cool air with insert as I thought it would be cooler. Glad I did know, as I don’t want to fiddle with an insert, no matter how cool it allegedly is.

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    Karrie H.Ergobaby
    bels
    bels

    Thanks for your response. I think the webbing cutting in is because I’m used to my Tula, Manduca & older style Ergo having padding at the side. The Omni is still hands down the best carrier I’ve owned.

    Questions & Answers

    Sherlyn C
    Sherlyn Casked

    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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    Karrie H.Ergobaby

    Hi Sherlyn, thankyou so much for reaching out to us regarding this issue. We appreciate you checking in to see what adjustments may need to be made to the carrier. Whenever baby is facing in toward you, you need to ensure the buttons are set on the correct positioning. The buttons will always be set on the black button (which creates a wide seat) UNLESS baby is in the front facing out position (which creates a narrow seat). My first instinct is to advise you to check the button positioning to ensure they are correct. If baby is front facing inward you need to ensure they are set up on the black button.

    The second adjustment you might want to try is to check how tight the carrier is. If you try loosening the amount of tension you use to pull baby toward you when tightening the carrier from the side straps, you should see a noticeable difference.

    I hope this helps you to find the optimal comfort level for your baby.

    Betsy Z
    Betsy Zasked

    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.
    Thanks

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    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

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    Details

    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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    • GTIN13: 1916530003611, 8451970287816, 8451970287915, 8451970327710, 8451970628510, 8451970628619, 8451970628718, 8451970631114 and 8451970637116
    • MPN: BCS360PBLOOM, BCS360PCRBGRY, BCS360PEVGRN, BCS360PMAUI, BCS360PMIDBLU, BCS360POXBLU, BCS360PPKDG, BCS360PPLUM, BCS360PRAVEN and BCS360PWEAVE

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