There’s a new baby carrier on the market and it is fabulous! It’s called Onya Baby.
What baby carrier can also be used a safe alternative to high chairs(when none around!) when dining out or out and about and you need to sit. Onya Baby can be worn front, back and conveniently attach to a chair. There’s two versions: The Cruiser(cotton) and The Outback (water resistant)
This is one of the features that sets this carrier apart from the others. I’ve used it( I lost the picture, sorry and my son who will 3 soon was less than compliant! So here’s Teddy) and it’s easy to set up. If you have a Tot Seat or My Little Seat it’s the same principal and it’s tucked in ever so conspicuously in the front of the carrier that you just unzip and pull out.
It’s fantastic that it has this feature so you don’t need to tote those little carry on seats. Onya Baby has already thought it, it’s really great. It does have a high body, so if you’re little one has a long torso or/and you have a tall toddler like I do, this offers a great back support for your child. Probably one of the longest in soft structured carriers on the market.
I have the OutBack Onya. Another neat feature that also sets this apart from other carriers is it’s material. It’s a air mesh lining, water-resistant, rip-stop nylon exterior. The air-mesh lining makes it perfect for hot weather or hiking the trails. Parent and child will stay cooler with the air-mesh lining, which wicks away moisture leaving you both comfortable. Perfect for Toronto’s humid summers to hiking in Sambino Canyon in Arizona. This is fabulous, if anything spills it wipes right off.
Why I love it? Well take a look.
Well besides what’s said above my first impression was how well it is made, the waist band is wide which I like, especially for back carry. It has a very secure impression when you are wearing it. It is brand new so it’s a little stiff which is great so I can work it in. Like a new pair of jeans. I like to wear my SSC(soft structured carriers) on my waist. This carrier fits up to 45inches around the waist. I’m a size 16 and just made it, there was a little room left.
It is comfortable to use/wear. Thinner, petite parents can benefit from a cross back(where the straps can criss cross and buckle in) as my friend who also tried this out is petite and liked it, her daughter liked it as well and she didn’t want out!
So here are some of the things I like about my Onya Baby Outback:
|I like the padded buckle on the side where you snap the carrier in.|
|Love the little pocket!|
|Love the size of the hood, and how I can adjust the snaps for a great fit|
|I love the height of the carrier for my toddler, plus how his posture is in this!|
|Love the buckles and the actual ease of adjusting & the elastic loop at the end to make it even easier as I can just tug for that perfect fit.|
” A stand-out by design, Onya Baby carriers are loaded with useful features, including two zippered pockets, a tuck-away sleep hood, toy loops, a d-ring for your key clip, a high body for support and backwards/sideways lean-control for an older baby, and an elastic loop to roll the carrier up when not in use. The defining feature of Onya Baby carriers is the integrated chair harness that enables the parent to convert nearly any adult chair into a seat for their baby. Onya Baby carriers are designed for use with babies who are 15 pounds and 3 months or older, to a maximum weight of 45 pounds.” ~ Onya Baby
We have a winner and thank goodness for random.org!
Winner is……………MUMMY KIM
An email has been sent and winner has 48hrs to claim the prize. If no contact is made another draw will take place.
Sad you didn’t win? Well there are more giveaways on Onya Baby’s Facebook page and you can buy one too. Support independent businesses! Thank you to all who entered.