Beco Gemini Baby Carrier review

from Beco
RRP  £99.00
Baby Carrier

by motherandbaby |
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The Beco Gemini Baby Carrier is supportive, lightweight and comfortable. It can be used in a variety of different positions (four to be exact), including hip and back, and it’s easy to adjust into each hold. The baby carrier is suitable from birth, without any inserts, and the drool pads are an excellent optional extra (especially for teething babies). The front of the Gemini folds down, allowing little ones to see out, and clips easily back into place to support baby’s head when sleeping.

The instructions can be difficult to follow and the small security button on the clips is anything but simple yet small niggles do not detract from the fact that the Gemini is a versatile, super trendy carrier that is good value for money.

Review

Reviewed by Heidi Scrimgeour, 38, from Co AnTrim, and Alba, 13 months.

Heidi said: ‘This rucksack-like design feels secure and comfy, even on long walks.

‘It has an ergonomic seat and adjustable headrest. There are four carrying positions: facing you, facing outwards, on your hip or on your back.

‘You can use it from 7lbs to 35lbs (the weight of an average 3½-year-old), so it’s good value for money.

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