Ergonomically designed to suit every parent and every baby, Izmi Essential Carrier will adapt to any unique body shape and help you carry your baby comfortably. Made with flexibility, any parent can adapt the position of the carrier to multiple ways, whilst remaining full supported.
The carrier can be used from 3.2 – 15 KG; making it perfect from birth, with the included new born booster cushion, to your baby’s first steps.
- Fully supportive, wrap-like design with an intuitive buckle system, distributes your baby’s weight evenly to reduce pressure on your back.
- Completely adjustable with 3 carrying positions (parent-facing front carry; forward-facing front carry and side carry). Perfect for completely hands-free trips out and about with baby.
- One size fits all – petite to plus size friendly!
- Washable fabric is 100% polyester for the outer and inner, making this super lightweight and quick to dry.
- Recognised by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute, this hip healthy design keeps babies in the best possible position, with an adjustable seat to provide the best support from birth.
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What is our standard delivery service?
Your goods will be dispatched via Royal Mail or Courier. Standard Delivery is:
- Free on all UK orders over £50.01 *
- £4.99 for UK orders under £50.00 *
* Excludes Scottish Highlands + Islands, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Scilly Isles, and the Channel Islands. Goods will be despatched via Royal Mail or Courier depending on the size and weight of your order. Find out more about the charges to these locations here.
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British mum of two, Emily Williamson, struggled when using baby carriers with her first child so began to research alternatives. She soon became fascinated in the mechanics of carriers. This passion became a full-time job when she qualified as a Carrying Consultant and Trainer and set up a Sling Library.
Emily has been working directly with parents for a decade, offering advice and using hundreds of different wraps and carriers. She has taken onboard all questions and concerns from real parents and came up with her own solution. Izmi.
Emily has a unique, personal connection to the experience of carrying, making carriers, and to the experiences of the range of different people who use our products. Izmi is born of a genuine passion to find ways to make life as a parent feel simpler.
Can I breastfeed in my baby carrier?
Breastfeeding with your baby in a sling or carrier is not always possible for everyone and will depend on your baby’s stage and their preferred feeding position, your body shape and the positions possible in the carrier you are using. Do give it a try if you’d like to, but don’t be discouraged if it doesn’t work easily for you at first. You may find it works better when your baby is older.
With smaller babies who can’t support and control their own head, you can use a carrier as a breastfeeding aid. For most people it is not safe to attempt hands-free breastfeeding with a very small baby; you will still need to use a hand or arm to support your baby’s head when they are feeding.
Which carrying position is suitable for my baby with this carrier?
0-4 months: Parent-facing front carry (your baby cannot support their head unaided. Your carrier should support their spine at least to the top of their neck)
4 – 6 months: Side/hip facing or parent-facing front carry (your baby can stabilise their head unaided as you move around. Your carrier should support their spine at least to the top of their shoulders)
6 – 9 months: Forward front facing; side/hip facing; parent-front facing; or on your back (your baby has good torso control and can sit unaided. Your carrier should support their spine at least to their armpits)
9+ months: Forward front facing; side/hip facing; parent-front facing; or on your back (your baby is mobile and growing heavier. Your carrier should support their spine at least to their armpits)