front carry

The mbt carrier is applicable from newborn to toddler size (3.5 - 20kg). The headrest may be folded inwards to ensure optimal head support for newborns.


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step 1

The mbt carrier is put upside down like an apron on the belly button. The security label is visible on the front.

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step 2

The baby sit is adjusted according to baby's legs. It reaches from knee pit to knee pit.

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The mbt statement buckle is closed on the back and the webbing is pulled tight.

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Baby is put in the baby sit and the carrier is folded up. One hand is holding the baby while the other hand slides through the shoulder strap.

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The other hand is holding the baby while the first hand slides through the second shoulder strap.

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The buckle of the sternum strap is closed on the back.

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The webbing of the sternum strap is pulled as tight as possible. Optimal comfort is reached with a narrow position of the sternum strap.

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While the webbing of the shoulder straps are pulled tight, the sternum strap moves down the back in its optimal position.

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The angle of babies legs should be bent at at least 90 degrees for correct ergonomy. Ideally, they form an "M". The baby sit is adjusted once more, if needed.

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Final position. The headrest is folded up if baby is sleeping to ensure support for baby's head. For newborns the headrest is folded inside the carrier for extra head support.

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