4 ways to carry baby-facing in narrow seat for newborns, facing in wide seat for older babies, facing out narrow seat for babies with head control and back carry wide seat for older babies and toddlers
Includes wonder cover 2-in 1 bib to protect your carrier and clothes
Adjustable seat, leg openings, straps and waist belt for a completely customized fit
Comments about Infantino Flip 4-in-1 Convertible Carrier 2020 1
For the price, you really can't go wrong. I bought this for a vacation to Florida where it would have been way to hot to use a wrap that we had been using.PROS:Price- If you want to make sure that your baby will like a soft structured carrier and aren't ready to invest in a nicer expensive one, this is the carrier for you. Or if you never want to spend a lot of money on a carrier, you will still get decent quality with this.Lightweight- the material is breathable and the carrier itself does not weigh much. I was able to wear for long periods of time in the hot Florida summer heat without overheating myself and baby.Versatile- The leg openings are adjustable for small babies and larger babies. All four straps that secure arms and legs are adjustable. Both straps that clip around parent are adjustable. I'm 5'5" and my husband is 6'4" and we are both able to easily adjust this to fit comfortably.4 ways to wear- easy instructions and videos to help you wear baby safely. There is head support that folds down and snaps for when facing baby out. Both front positions and hip carry are easy to do by yourself, back carry needs assistance. ***We have not personally tried back carry yet as she is you small still. ***Washable- Very easy to machine wash without ruining.CONSDrool cover- Basically worthless. It's supposed to be able to attach both forward and inward facing, but the Velcro is only on one side of the cloth so it doesn't really work facing in. Plus it falls off easily anyways either way is attached. Not the biggest deal in the world, but it definitely is a useless feature.Shoulder straps- They are padded, which is nice, but it's not terribly thick or overly soft padding. It worked fine for our little baby, but I can't imagine using this for long periods of time once she hits 17-20#. The style of the strap is not the most ideal either. It's basically like backpack straps with a thin strap that buckles across your upper back. More expensive carriers will have x shaped straps or straps that actually cross over to help disperse weight better. But again, for the price it's nice to try out or use sparingly once the baby is heavier.Overall it was a good buy and I would recommend to anybody not wanting to spend a lot of money or trying out a soft structure carrier to test. We have since invested in a Beco Gemini, which is a very similar style, and also use a ring sling and Solly wrap for wearing at home, but we still use this carrier.