Kiddy Heartbeat 2-in-1 Baby Carrier




Snug and secure: the Kiddy Heartbeat baby carrier literally brings your child close to your heart. 

Children weighing between 3.5 kg and 14 kg are able to directly sense their parents warmth and snuggle up knowing you are there with them.

You can in turn enjoy a sense of togetherness, without hurting your back, thanks to the ergonomically correct carrying position.

Whether in a cafe or out hiking: the Heartbeat baby carrier allows the baby to be carried on your front, or on your back, wherever you are.

The integrated rain and wind cover also optimally protects the child against sudden rain showers or biting winds.

Heartbeat is available in three different colours, and in two sizes to enable a perfect fit for any parent. 


·         Can be worn in 2 different positions: in front facing the parent, and piggyback style on the back.

·         Perfect fit for babies: size adjustment is done by zips and buckles.

·         Newborn insert offers cosy warmth and correct extra support for the newborn baby.

·         Soft padding for optimum baby comfort.

·         Ergonomic, natural sitting position for the child.

·         Supportive waist belt and back pads allow an even distribution of weight: good for the parent's back.

·         Adjustable straps for a perfect and comfortable fit.

·         Padded headrest for optimal support of the sensitive head and neck areas.

·         2-way safety lock for added child safety and to prevent accidental opening.

·         Integrated reflectors offer maximum visibility at night and in poor weather conditions.

·         Two sizes available

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1 Brookbridge Court,
1189 Melton Road,
Company no. 06508494, Vat no. 114041865

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