After years of development, it is finally here: the Haven baby carrier from BeSafe. Again, BeSafe delivers a product with the focus on ergonomics and safety, as BeSafe teamed up with the German baby-wearing network ‘Die Trageschule® e. K.“ ‘ for testing and training. The BeSafe Haven carrier makes carrying comfortable for both parents and children.
Optimal support for your little one
The BeSafe Haven baby carrier can be used as soon as your baby is 55 cm tall, and is suitable for children up to 15 kg. The stretch material of the baby carrier adapts itself completely to your little one, providing maximum support to your baby’s back, neck and legs from birth. The baby carrier is lined with the durable and super-soft tencel, which is very comfortable and soft to the touch.
As soon as your baby is 6 months old, or has stronger neck muscles, you can wear your little one facing forwards. Your baby’s weight is evenly distributed thanks to the unique and patented Airgonomics™ air cushion.
Easy to adjust
The Haven baby carrier has 3 ergonomic carrying positions. You can hold your baby against your chest with his face towards you or facing forward and also on your back. Switching between these positions is very quick and easy to do. You can fold down the neck support and either have the shoulder straps crossed or straight.
The user-friendly Flex-Shape Buckle™ system allows you to easily adjust the baby carrier to the wearer, so that both moms and dads can use the carrier.
Made for comfort
The Haven baby carrier comes with a UPF50+ sun hood which is easy to attach using snap fasteners.
The Flex-Shape Buckle™ can be opened up easily by means of a push and slide motion.
The buckle of the waist strap is secured with a three-point fastening. This makes it extra safe!
When you carry your baby on your back, the buckle at chest level provides extra comfort.
The high-quality materials have been extensively tested and meet the requirements of the EN 13209 / EN 16512 standards.
A storage bag for the baby carrier is included.
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