Safety & Warnings


We recommend you to keep a few simple rules in order to keep you and your baby safe and sound whenever you are using our wrap.

  • Always have a clear view of your baby's breathing. You should always be able to see your baby's face just by simply turning your eyes down. The wrap should never cover the face or restrict air flow. 

  • The baby should be placed in an upright, squat position, where the knees should be higher than the bottom, with the pelvis tilted towards you. Make sure your baby is securely positioned in the wrap, to prevent hazards from falling. Your baby should have a natural curved lower back when in the wrap

  • Always support your baby's head until the baby can support itself. When bending or leaning, always support your baby's neck. Make sure the fabric is smooth over the baby's back, and that the head is in alignment with the rest of the body.

  • The wrap should be tight to support your back and the baby's back, and spred on the thighs from knee to knee. The baby should be high and close to you, in this way the carrying is comfortable and ergonomic . If the wrap is not tight enough, the baby can slump down. 

  • The baby's head should be as close to your chin as comfortable, being able to kiss your baby on the top of the head, or forehead.



  • Constantly monitor your baby and ensure the mouth and nose are unobstructed.

  • For pre-term, low birthweight babies and children with medical conditions, seek advice from a health professional before using this product.

  • Ensure your baby’s chin is not resting on its chest as its breathing may be restricted which could lead to suffocation.

  • To prevent hazards from falling ensure that your child is securely positioned in the wrap.

  • Only use the product for the number of children for which the product is intended (1).

  • Your movement and the child’s movement may affect your balance.

  • Take care when bending and leaning forwards or sideways.

  • The wrap is not suitable for use during sporting activities e.g. running, cycling, swimming and skiing.

  • The carrier should be aware of the increased risk of your baby falling out of the wrap as it becomes more active.

  • Regularly inspect the wrap for any signs of wear and damage.

  • Keep this wrap away from children when it is not in use.

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