SAFE WEAR - CLIP Carrier

Thank you so much for choosing Chekoh to join your journey

Now both you and your precious one will discover the immense benefits of Babywearing. 

Your Chekoh Clip will make life a little less stressful and a lot more peaceful.

We're so happy to recommend two safe and supportive carry styles for your baby in our new Clip, a Front Facing (chest-to-chest) and also a Back Carry (see more info via our video tutorials below).

Using any baby carrier can be a little daunting at first, but if you follow the easy video tutorial below and give it a little practice, we're sure you will be carrying your little one confidently, closely and securely in no time.

Safety is key, so please exercise caution when using your Chekoh Clip.

Ensure you are always wearing the Clip correctly and most importantly, that your baby is fully secure. We recommend wear from BOTH a min age of 4 MONTHS AGE & 5KGS up to 15kgs so please ensure your baby meets these guidelines before wear. 

Our seat size is 37cms wide, if your baby would be more comfortable with a narrower seat we recommend our SIZE CLIP to adjust the width.

Remember, the safety of your baby is your responsibility and the use of this Clip is at your own risk. Chekoh Pty Ltd cannot be held responsible or liable for any accidents that could occur as a result of the misuse of carrier. 

The journey you take with your child is an amazing one. We are so honoured to provide a carrier that will help you on your way and keep your baby close to your heart.

 

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 A few tips to remember: 

Start with your Clip carrier high on your waist (lower ribcage), not low on your hips.

Keep your baby secure until they are placed into the carrier correctly and all buckles are clipped securely.

Nothing is covering baby's face, their airways are clear and chin is off their chest (ensure they are never slumped in the carrier).

Baby's bottom is sitting lower than their bent knees, a lovely deep squat or 'M' position is optimal.

Gently tuck or tilt your baby's pelvis (groin) up towards their belly button to enhance the natural 'C' curve to their spine.

The weight of the wear will be held by baby's bottom and not behind the back of their knees when positioned correctly.

Check the fabric for any tears, rips or holes. If you find any damage, stop using immediately and contact us here

Do not wear your baby whilst cooking, near hot liquids/surfaces or near open flames.

Do not wear your baby in the carrier whilst swimming or in any water above your knee.

Need a little more help? Be sure to book in a FREE Virtual Video Consults with one of our Babywearing Educators and we can walk you through step by step.

Book HERE

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