Mothercare Deluxe Back Carrier Reviews
Product Type: Mothercare baby products
Newest Review: ... is also good if you are small like me as when adjusted it sits in the correct place unlike some older style which sit to low ... more
Customer Mothercare Deluxe Back Carrier Reviews (3)
by - written on 07/07/10 (Very useful, 207 readings)
I used this baby carrier for my youngest son and would recommend it although I must admit I prefer a pushchair. The Carrier The Mothercare Deluxe back carrier is suitable for babies over six months as they need to be able to support their own head and can be used up until they weigh 15kg. It has an adjustable four way harness which is excellent as it distributes the weight evenly so its not to heavy. It is also good if you are small like me as when adjusted it sits in the correct place unlike some older style which sit to low and end up hurting your back. The shoulder straps are padded as is the waist strap and it is made from lightweight metal but is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/06/02, updated on 27/06/02 (Very useful, 549 readings)
The Mothercare deluxe with wheels is a Godsend to any parent who does not have a car and relies solely on public transport to get about. My husband and I took our daughter out in the MD in buggy mode, (the straps for rucksack mode tuck neatly into a package at the base of the machine so no dangly bits) to the bus stop. As usual we were late so the bus was virtually upon us when we arrived. This bus was a horrid, rickety, buggy unfriendly bus with four steps to climb and a handrails going through the middle. The MD is narrow enough that we were able to get buggy and baby onto the bus by lifting it on and wheeling it into the gap between one of the front seats. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/00, updated on 14/11/00 (Useful, 333 readings)
I borrowed this baby carrier from my friend to use whilst walking the dog when my husband was away on a business trip. It is very lightweight and is based around a metal frame. I am only 5' 1.5" and still found this easy to use. To put my daughter in it, I propped it up against the sofa and popped her in, then I crouched down myself and put one arm through the strap, held the opposite side of the metal frame whilst I stood up and slid my other arm through and then fastened the waist belt. Sound complicated, but it is so easy. Once this is on it is so comfortable to wear and my daughter felt secure and thought it was great fun as ... Read the complete review
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