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Ergobaby OMNI 360 All-In-One Cool Air Mesh Baby Carrier - Khaki Green

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Ergobaby OMNI 360 All-In-One Cool Air Mesh Baby Carrier is baby carrier with all the carry positions plus ultimate ventilation to keep you both cooler. Perfect for newborns, the Omni 360 grows with baby from week 1 to 48 months. The crossable shoulder strap gives a personalized fit. Looking for a carrier to wear your baby from newborn to when your baby doesn't need to be worn anymore, and allows baby to be carried facing any direction he/she wants? This is the carrier for you.

  • Breathable, lightweight all-mesh carrier
  • Ergonomic, forward facing option
  • Adjustable from newborn to toddler
  • Lumbar support for extra back comfort
  • Includes detachable storage pouch

Recommended for babies 0 - 48 months. Max baby weight 45 pounds (approx 20kg).

All Ergobaby carriers come with 1-year local warranty covering repair / replacement of faulty parts or carrier (if extensive) for manufacturing defects such as buckle issue, flawed printing, irregular printing or stitching.

Quick Overview

Ergobaby OMNI 360 All-In-One Cool Air Mesh Baby Carrier is baby carrier with all the carry positions plus ultimate ventilation to keep you both cooler. Perfect for newborns, the Omni 360 grows with baby from week 1 to 48 months. The crossable shoulder strap gives a personalized fit. Looking for a carrier to wear your baby from newborn to when your baby doesn't need to be worn anymore, and allows baby to be carried facing any direction he/she wants? This is the carrier for you.



  • Breathable, lightweight all-mesh carrier

  • Ergonomic, forward facing option

  • Adjustable from newborn to toddler

  • Lumbar support for extra back comfort

  • Includes detachable storage pouch


Recommended for babies 0 - 48 months. Max baby weight 45 pounds (approx 20kg).


All Ergobaby carriers come with 1-year local warranty covering repair / replacement of faulty parts or carrier (if extensive) for manufacturing defects such as buckle issue, flawed printing, irregular printing or stitching.

Ergobaby OMNI 360 All-In-One Cool Air Mesh Baby Carrier - Khaki Green

Details

 

Grows with your baby

Adapts to your growing baby from newborn to toddler (~0-48 months / 7-45lbs). All carry positions included, face baby in or out, wear on the hip or back. Large storage pouch included. The only carrier you need.

 

Comfortable for you & your baby

Exceptional lower back comfort with padded lumbar support waistbelt & extra padded shoulder straps with the option to wear 2 ways: crossed or 'backpack style'. Waistbelt can be worn high or low to maximize comfort, especially post C-section.

 

Ergonomic in all positions

Acknowledged as hip healthy by the International Hip Dsyplasia Institute. Adjustable bucket seat supports baby in an ergonomic natural 'M' position in all carry positions.

 

Fits you & your partner

Fits multiple wearers from petite to larger body types (waistbelt adjusts 26-52", shoulder straps 28 ¾" - 48 ¾") & easy to reach buckles to make adjustments.

 

We considered every detail

Easy breastfeeding & UPF 50+ tuckaway baby hood for sun & wind protection.

 

Easy to clean quality materials

Machine Washable & cotton.

 

How to Use The Omni 360 Baby Carrier

Setting Up the Omni 360 Baby Carrier

 

The Omni 360 Baby Carrier has been acknowledged as a “hip healthy” product by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute.

 7-45lbs (~0-48m) Machine Washable Breastfeed in Carrier


 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Yes, as with all of our Ergobaby Carriers you can breastfeed while on the go.  This can be done in either the hip or front-inward carry positions. Just loosen a bit the shoulder straps and slightly lower the waistbelt to position baby on your breast. Always stay vigilant while baby is nursing. Make sure to reposition baby in a correct position immediately after breastfeeding and be careful to not overtighten the carrier.

The Ergobaby Omni 360 baby carrier can be used with your newborn meeting the minimum weight and height requirements, in the front carry position facing you. Your newborn baby must weigh 7 lbs minimum (3.2 kg) and be at least 20 inches tall (50.8 cm).

The Ergobaby Omni 360 baby carrier has been specifically designed so you can carry your newborn baby (minimum 7 lbs / 3.2 kg) without the need of an infant insert. Easy to use, the Ergobaby Omni 360 carrier’s bucket seat gradually adjusts to your growing baby from newborn to toddler (7-45 lbs / 3.2-20 kg) to support your baby in an ergonomic M-shape position at all ages. Please refer to the label on the waistbelt or instructions to adjust the seat based on your baby’s height.

The Ergobaby Omni 360 carrier adapts to your growing baby in just one step. Adjust the seat using the velcro tabs on the waistbelt based on your baby’s height: along the red lines for a baby between 20-24 inches / 50.8-61 cm (~0-3 months), along the yellow lines for a baby between 24-28 inches / 61-71 cm (~3-9 months), along the blue lines for a baby over 28 inches / 71 cm (~9 months +).

At Ergobaby, safety is always a top priority. Given the construction of this particular carrier, we used double locking buckles to ensure a toddler baby could not accidently open the buckle while seated facing out in the carrier. Just squeeze the 2 sides like with a regular buckle, and lift the central tab at the same time.

The Omni 360 is newborn ready and can carry a newborn starting at 7 lbs, whereas the 360 requires the use of an infant insert if you want to carry a baby under 12 lbs. The Omni 360 also has the strap buckles in the front, making it possible to wear it with crossable shoulder straps and is easy to put on and take off. In addition, it comes with a removable accessory pouch pocket which can be worn in various positions on the carrier.

The Omni 360 allows for forward facing while the Adapt carrier does not. It also comes with a removable pouch perfect for carrying your essentials while on the go. The pouch is removable and can be worn in various places on the carrier.

The Omni 360 allows for forward facing and does not require an infant insert to carry a newborn while the Original carrier does not. The Omni 360 also has the strap buckles in the front, making it possible to wear it with crossable shoulder straps and is easy to put on and take off. While the Original has an large zippered pocket on the front panel, the Omni 360 comes with a detachable zippered pouch. The Omni 360 also has the strap buckles in the front, making it possible to wear it with crossable shoulder straps, which the Original does not.

Until your baby has demonstrated strong and consistent head and neck support, her/his head needs to be supported. Ensure the top edge of the carrier is at your baby’s mid-ear level for proper support by positioning baby higher or lower on your body, when pulling the body of the carrier up around your baby’s back. For a newborn baby, 6 weeks and under (minimum 7 lbs / 3.2 kg), fold the head and neck support on the inside, and button it to the lower buttons on the front from the side using the tabs for a tighter support. When baby starts to turn his head from side to side and to hold his head for a few moments, you can fold the neck and head support on the outside and button it to the lower buttons. This usually happens around 7 weeks. For older babies, you can also button up the head and neck support for extra support when needed, such as when she/he is sleeping. When wearing your baby facing out (min 14 lbs/6.4 kg), make sure the head and neck is folded down on the outside and buttoned to the lower buttons, and that your baby’s chin is over the top edge of the carrier body.

The Ergobaby Omni 360 baby carrier has a waistbelt with a lumbar support for added comfort. With a newborn baby, you should wear the waistbelt high on your waist so baby is close enough to kiss. When baby gets older, you can keep the waistbelt higher or position it lower on your hips. It is up to you to see what is the most comfortable for you and your baby as she/he gets heavier. For smaller babies or parents with a long torso, we recommend wearing the waistbelt higher on your body. In the event of a C-section, wearing the waistbelt higher will likely be more comfortable for you.

We recommend that you always wear the waistbelt in a snug fit as it allows an even better weight distribution on your hips for more comfort on your back and shoulders. The lumbar support should always be centered on your back in the front and hip carry positions, and centered on the front for the back carry position.

Loosening the shoulder straps BEFORE buckling or unbuckling the chest strap will make it easier for you to reach it. Make sure to position the chest strap using the sliders on the shoulder straps so it is in the middle of your shoulder blades once you tighten the shoulder straps and get a snug fit for you and your baby’s comfort. You can also try using the Omni 360 baby carrier with crisscross straps when in the front carry position with baby facing parent or facing out as there is no need to reach in the back to buckle/unbuckle the chest strap: all the fastening and tightening is done on the front.

The Ergobaby Omni 360 baby carrier offers all carry positions, and can be used in the front carry position facing you or facing out, as well as hip and back carry positions. Please refer to the specific requirements for use and instructions for each carry position.

Yes, unlike many carriers available on the market, the Ergobaby Omni 360 baby carrier is not a “narrow base carrier”, including in the forward-facing position. The Ergobaby Omni 360 Carrier ensures that babies are seated in an ergonomic, “M”-shape position in all carry positions, including when facing out. The adjustable bucket seat has been designed to carry baby ergonomically and comfortably with knees even to hips, and a rounded spine, regardless of the carry position. The child's pelvis is gently tipped forward when placed into the carrier, so that the child's upper spine makes contact with the parent’s body along its full surface, which supports the physiology of a baby's slightly rounded back.

Yes, the Ergobaby Omni 360 baby carrier is machine washable as all of our carriers. Make sure to fasten all hook and loop fasteners (velcro) and buckles before washing. Use mild detergent free of bleach, perfumes, dyes, chlorine, or optical brighteners.

The Ergobaby Omni 360 baby carrier can be used until your baby weighs 45 lbs / 20 kg. There is no restriction on how long you can continue wearing baby in a specific carry position, this is more about your comfort and baby’s comfort. We generally recommend wearing babies over 2 years old in the back position as it is the most comfortable position for longer durations of carrying with taller and larger babies. We recommend that you carry your baby high enough on your back so she/he can have a fun view of the world over your shoulder.

Every baby develops differently. You can start using the hip and back carry once your baby demonstrates strong head and neck control, can sit unassisted, and weighs 17.2 lbs minimum (7.8 kg). This is usually around 6 months.

Every baby develops differently. You can start wearing your baby facing out once your baby demonstrates strong head and neck control, with his chin above the carrier body, and weighs 14 lbs minimum (6.4 kg). This is usually around 5 months. Do not use a pillow to prop baby up.

Make sure to adjust the button seats to the inner grey buttons when baby is facing out to narrow the seat. If baby gets sleepy or shows signs of overstimulation, turn baby around to face you.

You can wear the Ergobaby Omni 360 carrier with shoulder straps crossed on your back in the front carry position, with baby facing in or facing out. Wearing crossed straps or parallel straps is individual comfort preference. The crossed straps allow you to easily position the shoulder straps where it is most comfortable for you to wear them on your shoulders, which makes it a great feature for parents with narrower or wider shoulders. It is also appreciated by parents with less mobility as you don’t need to reach in the back to fasten and tighten the chest strap, as all the buckling and fastening is done on the front.

At Ergobaby, safety is always a top priority. Given the construction of this particular carrier, we wanted to make sure that a toddler baby could not accidently open the buckles while seated facing out in the carrier as she/he has an easier access to the buckle. This is why we used double locking buckles for extra-safety.

 

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Product Questions

Product Questions

Most of the other Brands' carrier front carry position consist of a hip seat which is bulky. With omni 360, without the hip seat, I have two concerns, will it cause strain to the mummy as there isn't a hip seat to support the baby weight, will it also cause discomfort for the baby as there isn't a hip seat and all the weight will be on the croutch area.

It is subjective and varies from individual to individual on which is the most suitable and comfortable for mother and baby.

The Ergobaby Omni 360 baby carrier has a waistbelt with a lumbar support for added comfort. With a newborn baby, you should wear the waistbelt high on your waist so baby is close enough to kiss. When baby gets older, you can keep the waistbelt higher or position it lower on your hips. It is up to you to see what is the most comfortable for you and your baby as she/he gets heavier. For smaller babies or parents with a long torso, we recommend wearing the waistbelt higher on your body. In the event of a C-section, wearing the waistbelt higher will likely be more comfortable for you.

We recommend that you always wear the waistbelt in a snug fit as it allows an even better weight distribution on your hips for more comfort on your back and shoulders. The lumbar support should always be centered on your back in the front and hip carry positions, and centered on the front for the back carry position.

Otherwise, if you are still concerned about the strain for mother and discomfort for baby, you can always opt for the Hip Seat version. 

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Customer Reviews

Review by Nad on January 16, 2019

Love this ergobaby carrier compared to my Tula FTG!

Review by Elizabeth on October 24, 2018

Super convenient to use and don't have to hassle with inserts. Worth every penny

Review by Nur on September 27, 2018

Love this baby carrier. Easy for on the go moments.

Review by Laura on August 27, 2018

Does its job. Though it can get a little sweaty. But thanks to the air mesh fabric your baby won’t feel hot!

Review by YF on June 17, 2018

Ordered this instead of the normal omni 360, and I’ve not regretted it. Even with this, baby is sweaty in the present extra hot weather. Does its job really well and baby falls asleep almost immediately after putting her in it.

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