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Safety and Compliance

Product Safety

Read and follow all printed instructions and view instructional videos (if applicable) before use.

Check for ripped seams, torn straps or fabric, and damaged hardware before each use. If found, stop using carrier.

Always check to ensure that all knots, buckles, snaps, straps, and adjustments are secure.

Ensure that the baby is safely positioned in the sling carrier according to manufacturer’s instructions for use.

Never leave a baby in a sling carrier that is not being worn.

Check on the baby often. Ensure that the baby is periodically repositioned.

Never use a sling carrier when balance or mobility is impaired because of exercise, drowsiness, or medical conditions.

Never place more than one baby in the sling carrier.

Never use/wear more than one carrier at a time.

Never use sling carrier while engaging in activities such as cooking and cleaning which involve a heat source or exposure to chemicals.

Never wear sling carrier while driving or being a passenger in a motor vehicle.

 

Failure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions can result in death or serious injury. Only use this carrier with children weighing between 8 and 35 pounds.

SUFFOCATION HAZARD

Babies younger than 4 months can suffocate in this product if face is pressed tightly against your body. Babies at greatest risk of suffocation include those born prematurely and those with respiratory problems.

  • Check often to make sure baby’s face is uncovered, clearly visible, and away from caregiver’s body at all times.
  • Make sure baby does not curl into a position with the chin resting on or near baby’s chest. This position can interfere with breathing, even when nothing is covering the nose or mouth.
  • If you nurse your baby in carrier, always reposition after feeding so baby’s face is not pressed against your body.
  • Never use this carrier with babies smaller than 8 pounds without seeking the advice of a healthcare professional.

FALL HAZARD
Leaning, bending over, or tripping can cause baby to fall. Keep one hand on baby while moving.