Evenflo Infant Soft Baby Carrier, Creamsicle
|MSRP : $12.99|
Sale : $10.99
|Sold & shipped by Walmart|
- Product Description
- Additional Information
Evenflo Infant Soft Carrier, Creamsicle:
- Evenflo baby carrier is recommended for a child from 7 to 25 lbs
- Padded back straps adjust automatically
- Side entry buckle
- Easy-to-clean fabric
- Added padding in head rest and shoulder straps
- Securely locking buckles
- Front carry
- Baby can face in or out
- Simple to use
- Good for hiking and casual outings
- Gives you the freedom to conquer your day
- Position your child facing inward for close personal interactions
- When facing outward the rear collar folds down to form an easy-to-clean creamsicle bib
- Fashioned with soft and resilient fabrics
- Machine washable for easy cleaning
- Baby chest carrier meets or exceeds safety standards for soft carriers
Does the job.
Don't expect too much. You get what you pay for. So far, it has been useful for my wife who babysit's our 8 month old granddaughter. It is sturdy.
Does the job.
I have never used a carrier with any of my kids but my youngest has decided to be attached at the hip (or breast) at all times. The house was a wreck and the laundry was piling up and grocery shopping was impossible! She's the boss lady though and what boss lady wants, boss lady gets. Decided to try this carrier thing out and see if it might free up a hand, or 2, so I could get stuff done.....my house is now clean, laundry neatly folded and in it's place, and I have a fridge and pantry full of groceries.....alll without the boss lady figuring out I won! Definitely worth it!
It’s Way More Convenient Than Carrying a Car seat In The Store .
She sleeps in it.
The carrier does as advertised. It carries the baby. It is a little uncomfortable for me to wear, but is better than not being able to get stuff done due to my baby needing to be close. If a woman were still heavy in the stomach, or still having trouble with back pain from labor, this is not the product for them. Note that it has warnings about the leg hole and tells you to make sure that you tighten them as neded to snugly fit the infant, but they are not adjustable. Also, if you are really skinny and have a small baby, the straps might not tighten enough for you, however, for $13, I call it a bargain.
Flimsy and not secure
Ive had this for a while and used it a bunch of times and not matter how you adjust it the baby if flopping all over the place. There's no way to tighten it to keep this from happening. If you do tighten the straps all it does is raise the baby so their head is hitting your chin. When walking the baby is flopping back and forth. When bending down even a little bit the baby will almost fall out. The whole point to have a carrier is to be able to have two hands free, but with the baby flopping all over the place and when bending over you MUST use one hand to steady the baby. It is comfortable, but it just doesn't work well at all. Would I recommend it? Nope. Spend a few extra bucks and get a different one. One other thing is that this thing is small. I'm a tall thin guy and this thing barely fits.