Infantino turn superior four-in-1 provider – ergonomic, convertible, face-in and face-out front and back bring for newborns and older toddlers eight-32 lbs

(8 customer reviews)


  • layout: 4-in-1 convertible service with adjustable ergonomic seat with adjustable shoulder straps and waist belt to shift weight to the wearers hips for a more secure healthy
  • wearing positions: convertible going through-in and going through-out layout for newborns and older infants, weighing between 8-32 pounds
  • blessings and use: revel in fingers-unfastened convenience with possibilities for bonding and developmental advantages, whether or not it’s running errands or exploring parks, there’s no vicinity like close
  • adjustability: adjustable 2-position seat, padded shoulder straps and supportive waist belt, designed to fit a wide variety of frame sorts and lifestyles
  • infantino, smartly designed products for glad parenting: we design smartly, we’ve a laugh and we’re extremely joyful while an concept evolves complete circle into a product loved and used daily by dad and mom everywhere
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infantino flip advanced 4-in-1 convertible carrier product description adjustable: sure shade: grey weight restriction: 8-32 lbs closure type: complete-buckle closure substances: polyester and cotton dimensions: (hxwxd) 15 x 10. Zero x 2. Zero inches weight: 1 lbs care and cleansing: machine wash warning: failure to follow the producer’s commands can result in dying or critical injury. Examine all instructions before assembling and the use of your provider. Preserve commands and review them earlier than strive- ing new sporting positions. Usually preserve one hand on infant while adjusting carrier. In no way use when bal- ance or mobility is impaired. Fall and suffocation danger fall hazard: infants can fall through extensive leg commencing or out of carrier. Regulate leg openings to suit toddlers legs snugly before every use, ensure all knots and fasteners are secure never bend at waist, bend at knees simplest use provider for toddlers among 8 lbs and 32 lbs suffocation risk: infants beneath four months can suffocate in this product if face is pressed tight in opposition to your frame. Do now not strap infant too tight against your frame permit room for head motion maintain infant’s face loose from obstructions always care instructions: gadget wash bloodless, separately, on gentle cycle with slight detergent. Do not bleach. Wipe easy with fabric or sponge among system washings. Drip dry handiest. Do no longer iron.

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8 reviews for Infantino turn superior four-in-1 provider – ergonomic, convertible, face-in and face-out front and back bring for newborns and older toddlers eight-32 lbs

  1. Jessica

    I’m taking my 2 week old around the neighborhood in this carrier and she fits well into it, with a small hack. Unlike some other carriers, you do not need an infant insert with this infatino. The straps tighten enough to offer good support for a newborn at the back and neck. One problem is that it kind of cuts out my baby’s blood circulation in the legs. You can watch the little feet turn purple in a few minutes… BUT, we found a hack – roll up a towel or small blanket and put it at the bottom of the carrier as a booster seat. That way the legs can bend down naturally instead of forced into a split. As the baby get bigger and her blood circulation improves, you can remove the booster. Overall great carrier at great price, easy to put on and my baby always falls asleep in it. By the time she’s 5 months and weighs about 15lbs, we switched to ergo as she can fit in it without an insert and it’s more comfortable for the adult. Read more

  2. Albert&Kristin

    My son’s blood vessels on his lower legs burst after using this. Read more

  3. Jacque

    We’ve tried 4 baby carriers. Lillebaby all seasons 6 position carrier: seat too wide for baby to sit comfortably (practically doing the splits) and it was very expensive ($140) Baby K’tan: worked okay when our baby was a newborn but there’s zero adjustability so my husband couldn’t use it at all, it was outgrown too quickly ($50) Infantino sash wrap and tie: by far the easiest for both parents to put on, inexpensive, easily adjustable, but can’t carry baby facing out on the front, and most of the weight is placed on lower back. I never wore this for longer than 30min but definitely a winner for babies who aren’t ready to face out. ($35) Infantino Flip 4-in-1 Convertible Carrier: Now that our baby is 9 months old, this is our go to carrier. She loves looking at the world as we go for long walks. Carries the weight evenly on shoulders and back, easy to adjust, but be careful of the extra space you take up, I did bonk her head going sideways through a door. ($30) Read more

  4. shakes00lude

    We also have an Ergo 360 and how our son fits in them is a bit different but mainly the Ergo has much more padding in the hip and shoulders and keeps him more snug against my body. The main positive for the Infantino is that its lightweight and you don’t get nearly as hot as you do in the Ergo. At 5 months old the kid has more room to move his head around and I don’t sweat as much as I do with the Ergo, but I don’t think I could wear this for 2 hours without back pain but I could in the Ergo. All in all I’m glad I got it and I’d buy it again. The Ergo is more comfortable but its also $120 more. A bigger and more supple pad on the waist band would go a long way. Maybe DIY it? Read more

  5. Ambrosia

    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. CONS Drool 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. Read more

  6. Amazon Customer

    I bought this for my 10 month old son (currently 25 pounds at 12 months) when we went to Washington D.C. and would highly recommend for anyone traveling with a little one. He would get tired of the stroller and would want to be held, there were also times where I wanted him up close with me and not in the stroller. He was very happy and comfortable in this. I have only used the frontal position, facing me so far, I have yet to try any of the other 3 – but its a great product and he loves it. Its also very comfortable with the wide straps and the strap that goes across the lumbar. My husband who is 6’3″ 250 pounds and I who am 5’3″ 140 pounds, can both wear this – so it also has a wide range as far as who can use. Read more

  7. Arlene Dobbins

    My baby instantly falls asleep once he is in this carrier! He is 6 weeks old and a little over 10 lbs and fits perfectly in the narrow seating position! I am 5’2″ with a short torso, and it is very comfortable. My husband is 6’1″ with a very long torso, and it fits him comfortably, too. It really doesn’t feel like he’s 10lbs when in this carrier! We love it and highly recommend it! Read more

  8. Tiffanie Totman

    I was worried about the quality of this infant carrier because of how cheap it is, but I’m very impressed!! It’s super comfortable & it holds my 2 week old newborn without feeling like he is going to slip or fall out. It feels very safe & secure and he loves to be up against me! 100% would reccomend! Read more

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