How should I maintain the textiles of the Stokke® MyCarrier?
The Stokke® MyCarrier is typical of the Stokke® range in that it is a natural product, made of certified organic cotton in accordance with the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) . This means the dyeing process of the Stokke® MyCarrier textiles is also environmentally friendly and special care needs to be taken when maintaining the baby carrier. Please note that the colour may rub off initially so it is advisable to wash the carrier separately. Also, the colour will fade over time as a result of washing. Most stains can be removed with a damp cloth. When you do decide to wash the carrier textiles, please follow the washing instructions on the care label. The front and back carrier can both be machine washed at 40°C. The main harness should be hand washed at 30°C. Remove the aluminium back support of the latter before washing. Do not tumble dry or iron the product. Detailed washing instructions for Stokke® MyCarrier can be found on the care label, in the user guide, or on our website www.stokke.com, under Baby Carrier/Maintenance.
What is the maximum load for the back carrier of the Stokke® MyCarrier?
The maximum load for the back carrier of the Stokke® MyCarrier is 15kg.
Why are the baby's legs spread so widely in the Stokke® MyCarrier?
Stokke® MyCarrier’s signature design ensures your baby is seated in the baby carrier with proper support for buttocks and thighs. The wide leg position provides an optimal ergonomic position to promote proper growth and development of the baby’s hips.
How long at a time can I keep my newborn in the Stokke® MyCarrier?
As babies need to change position regularly, we recommend not keeping your child in the Stokke® MyCarrier for more than 15 minutes at a time during the first few months.
From what age can the Stokke® MyCarrier be used?
The Stokke® MyCarrier has 3 positions: The Front carrier with baby facing inwards can be used from a weight of 3.5 kg and a length of 53 cm. or 7.7 lbs. / 21"; The Front carrier with baby facing outwards can be used once the child can support its head unaided, roughly from 4 months; The Back carrier can be used from the moment the child can sit fully unaided, with a minimum height of 72 cm / 28" and 15 kg.