The most stylish way to hold your baby
Going out with your baby always makes your heart pound with joy, but why is it that the second we wear a baby carrier we want to hide from embarrassment? The Konny baby carrier not only does its job as a baby carrier but promises that mothers stay stylish. Simply wrap it around you over a T-shirt. There’s no reason for you to give up on your style for being a mother.
Let daddies stay trendy: they make your childcare look so much better
Many say that childcare is all about what you own, but nothing’s better than having a stylish daddy on your side. The Konny baby carrier is there for all daddies who take part in childcare. Childcare can be a lonely, exhausting job, but it is so much more enjoyable when fathers join in and help out. The Konny baby carrier will be a great present for all dads who actively participate in childcare, to let them look stunning!
So light that you even forget that you’re wearing it
The Konny baby carrier only weighs 200g, a mere 1/4 of other hip-seat baby carriers. You can wear it like a shawl in everyday life, and it’s so light that you’d forget about the fact that you’re wearing one. You already have loads of baby stuff to carry around, and a baby carrier shouldn’t be another burden. With Konny, going out with your child gets so much easier.
Being light doesn’t mean it’s unsafe: stability test passed
The Konny baby carrier was accredited as a safe product for children by a national testing & certification institution. We carried out a dynamic durability test where we carried a 20kg sandbag in the baby carrier, repetitively holding it up and down for 50,000 times to see whether there are any durability flaws. We also did a fabric flame resistance test where we measured the time it takes the flame to spread to make sure the material does not get burnt quickly. We also met all the other guidelines set by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) for a baby carrier. It’s all safe and sound for you to use.
The baby carrier that helps develop healthy hip joints of babies
The International Hip Dysplasia Institute recommends that baby’s legs are kept spread from side to side, the thighs and bottom are supported overall, and the knees stay a little higher than the bottom. When used properly, the Konny baby carrier keeps an “M” shape as recommended by the institute, helping your baby develop healthy hip joints.
It simply does its job: let your child sleep tight
Your cherished one sleeps on your chest, listening to the sound of mother’ heartbeat. But what if the sound of Velcro startles the baby awake when putting them to bed? The Konny baby carrier has no element that can potentially interrupt your baby’s sweet dreams. Instead, we use soft and finely woven fabric as much as needed.
Structure and material that spreads out baby’s weight
The secret to this comfort is in our carefully chosen fabric and the structure of the product, which evenly distributes baby’s weight to the user’s waist, shoulders, back and other body parts. In particular, stretchy air mesh located inside the back part of the product increases both air ventilation and comfort. ‘Shirring’ in the shoulder parts helps baby’s weight be widely spread throughout the whole shoulders. Stretchy, resilient fabric firmly and stably supports the baby to stay still without rocking.
Simply wash, and store it clean in the Konny eco-pouch
Babies tend to suck everything near them, so both the baby carrier and the pouch for the carrier should be clean. The Konny baby carrier can be easily washed whenever needed. We provide an ecofriendly pouch tailor-made for the carrier so that you can always keep it clean. The pouch was 100% made with cotton for bedding. It’s easy to wash and you’ll also love the rustling touch of it.
Konny Baby Carrier
This is the carrier young mothers want
It’s pretty, light, portable and easy to wash. It’s so comfy, since it evenly distributes baby’s weight to the user’s whole body. Babies also feel relaxed in the carrier as they are firmly and stably attached to their mom or dad, feeling warmth from their parent’s body temperature and listening to the sound of their heartbeat.