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  • 4.88/5
    • Strengths:

      Fast to use

    • Weaknesses:

      Could have wide seat area

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    I love this carrier it's super quick to use and put on really supportive tiny and packs away just lovely couldn't ask for more for a small carrier exactly what I wanted . I would definitely recommend
  • 2.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Compact fold away

    • Weaknesses:

      Not supportive for wearer or baby.

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    We were gifted this carrier and whilst it came in useful as an ‘emergency’ carrier when left in the car a few times, I’m glad I didn’t buy it myself.
    It’s certainly not for every day use. It provides very little support for the person wearing it and it doesn’t sufficiently sit the baby in the M position as advised by the National hip dysplasia institute for ‘healthy hips’. My daughter was never comfortable in it for more than 20 minutes maximum.
  • 4.50/5
    • Strengths:

      Great newborn insert. Light and airy

    • Weaknesses:

      Rubs on baby’segs when they get older if you face them outwards.

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    This is a great lightweight carrier for one baby is little. The newborn insert means you can carry from birth and I used it all summer long instead of my stretchy wrap as it’s lightweight and prevents you and baby over heating. Baby sits close to you and zip allows you to access them quickly. Easy to get baby in and out on your own when wearing on your front.
    It’s however almost impossible on your back to get them on without help and the scraps rise to your neck which makes it uncomfortable. Also if you wear on your front it’s not designed well for baby to face outwards. The material rubs on their legs so I only did it once.
    It packs down so small and light you can just pop it in your handbag and compared to some slings that can be rather feminine this one is a favourite of my husbands
  • 4.38/5
    • Strengths:

      mesh makes it super light

    • Weaknesses:

      baby can only face in

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    We found this carrier to be really helpful, super light and easy to use.
    When not in use It packs down into its own belt so its easy to carry. The zip makes it very easy to get baby in and out. When used with a new born there is a cushion that you pop in the bottom of the carrier to keep them in the correct position.
    In comparison to other carriers its not too expensive. Its main down side is that babies can only face inwards. The mesh made it cooler to wear in hot weather.
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The Airlight Baby Carrier from Phil & Teds gives the freedom to travel light. Super light and compact, the Airlight self-stores into its own padded belt, so parenst can be prepared for anything. Suitable to carry children from newborn as a front carrier, then on your back as they grow, the Airlight is versatile, ingenious and made for parents with busy lives.

Other makes of carriers leave you struggling with straps and wondering which way is up, but the Airlight is ready to jet off to your destination. It's as simple as hip, clip, zip.

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