With the Haven baby sling, BeSafe continues the line of ergonomics and safety. The sling was developed in collaboration with ‘Die Trageschule’ from Germany. The Haven by BeSafe offers comfort for both parents and babies!
The baby sling fully adapts to your baby, giving it maximum support from birth. The baby sling is lined with Tencel, a durable and super-soft fabric that feels comfortable and pleasant.
The Haven baby sling offers three ergonomic positions:
On the front, parent facing (from birth)
On the front, world facing (from around five months)
On the back (from around nine months)
The baby sling can be adapted to the wearer by means of the user-friendly Flex-Shape Buckle™ system. The Flex Shape Buckle is extra safe as it can only be opened with a press & slide movement. It also ensures the straps auto-adapt to your build so that parents can swap places quickly.
NEW: BeSafe Haven with Peak Mesh, a knitted 3D-fabric with open structure which creates air layers. These layers increase breathability, guiding moisture away from the child. The result is reduced heat absorption and increased comfort.
Ons dochtertje Billie is 19 maanden en wandelt graag zelfstandig, maar wanneer ze moe wordt wil ze niet meer in de kinderwagen.
Daarom droeg papa haar dan steeds in zijn nek, wat ook niet altijd evident is.
Voor mezelf zelfs helemaal niet mogelijk omdat ik sinds mijn accidentje 2,5 jaar geleden op de sukkel ben geraakt met mijn schouder.
BABYmatters biedt hier de ideale oplossing voor met de Haven draagzak van BeSafe !
Ondertussen hebben we hem al enige tijd intensief in gebruik en ik kan jullie zeggen... het doet echt zijn werk!
Geen pijnlijke schouders, nek of rug, een echte verademing!
You should not turn your child outward facing before the age of 5 months. You should also make sure that you only do it for a limited time in the beginning and in calm surroundings. Also always keep contact with your baby by holding their hand or feet. It is good for babies to explore the world in a safe way with their parents close and without too many distractions around them.
If the airflow is better with the head support folded down, it is not necessarily required to always close the head support part, as a younger baby naturally rests their head sideways against the parent's chest.
When the zipper at the top of the carrier is closed, the top part of the carrier supports the head on the outside. It is not necessarily required though to always close the head support part, as a younger baby naturally rests their head sideways against the parent's chest.