Marsupio Stokke® Limas™ Flex

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Marsupio full buckle per una comodità e un supporto ottimali. A partire dal primo mese.

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  • Regolabile durante la crescita del tuo bambino, da 4 a 20 kg​
  • Supporto ergonomico e comodità
  • Facilissimo da usare​
  • Opzioni di trasporto davanti, dietro e onbuhimo
  • Realizzato in morbido cotone 100%

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Marsupio full buckle per una comodità e un supporto ottimali. A partire dal primo mese.

Stokke® Limas™ Carrier Flex è un marsupio full-buckle che può essere utilizzato per neonati da un mese in su (4 kg/8,8 lb). Puoi indossarlo velocemente e con facilità senza dover annodarlo. Fornisce libertà di movimento e sicurezza a ogni passo della crescita. Realizzato in morbido cotone, il marsupio si adatta al tuo bambino durante la crescita, per tenerlo comodo e vicino a te. ​Grazie alla base e al pannello posteriore regolabili, questo marsupio può essere adattato in base all'altezza del bebè. Inoltre, garantisce una posizione di seduta comoda ed ergonomica per il tuo bambino, da poche settimane dopo la nascita fino ai primi anni di vita, fino a un peso di 20 kg / 44,1 lb. ​Può essere indossato davanti e dietro, offrendo ai genitori ampia flessibilità. La cintura del marsupio Stokke® Limas™ Carrier Flex può essere facilmente rimossa e utilizzato come onbuhimo, un modello tradizionale giapponese per portare il bambino sulla schiena senza cintura.

  • Libertà di movimento 
  • Adatto come onbuhimo senza cintura ​
  • Spalline imbottite con fibbie facilmente regolabili​
  • La base assicura una corretta posizione seduta
  • Cintura ampia ed ergonomica con fibbia imbottita (regolabile da 60 a 140 cm, estensione per cintura disponibile)
  • Pannello posteriore regolabile (da 30 a 41 cm)
  • Ideale per quando si trasporta il bambino sulla schiena a lungo
  • Materiale: 100% cotone* (*solo Valerian beige: 50% cotone, 50% lino)
  • Non è necessario lavarlo prima di usarlo per la prima volta
  • Lavabile in lavatrice a bassa temperatura (40 gradi Celsius) e con bassa centrifuga

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Marsupio Stokke® Limas™ Flex Olive Green view 1
  • Hip Dysplasia Institute
  • OEKO-TEX Standard 100

Peso (kg/libbre): 0.8 / 1.8 Età raccomandata: da 1 (mesi) Peso raccomandato (kg/libbre): fino a 20 / 44.1

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Manutenzione

Lavabile in lavatrice a bassa temperatura (40 gradi Celsius) e con bassa centrifuga

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  • Per quante ore al giorno e fino a quando posso portare il mio bambino?

    Il babywearing può essere illimitato! Puoi portare il tuo bambino quanto ti aggrada. Portandolo, soddisfi il bisogno del tuo bambino di essere vicino a te. Col tempo, il tuo bambino cercherà di scoprire da solo il suo ambiente e ti farà sapere quando desidera essere contro di te e quando è pronto a scoprire il mondo.

  • Come posso assicurarmi che il mio bambino sia seduto correttamente nel marsupio?

    PANNELLO SCHIENALE: il pannello posteriore dovrebbe raggiungere il collo del bambino per fornire supporto per la testa. Assicurati sempre che il naso e la bocca del tuo bambino siano liberi per respirare facilmente.

    ABBASTANZA VICINO PER BACIARE: dovresti essere in grado di baciare facilmente il tuo bambino sopra la sua testa. Se il tuo bambino è troppo alto o troppo basso, regola semplicemente la cintura. Portare il bambino troppo in basso potrebbe causare mal di schiena.

    MARSUPIO ABBASTANZA COMODO: Per la sicurezza del tuo bambino, quando ti pieghi in avanti il tuo bambino dovrebbe stare vicino a te.

    COMFORT: assicurati che le cinghie non siano attorcigliate sulla schiena e che si aprano bene sulle spalle per una migliore distribuzione del peso.Troverai queste informazioni anche nei nostri video "Come fare per" su stokke.com

  • Posso portare il mio bambino rivolto in avanti/verso l'esterno?

    Consigliamo tre posizioni per il babywearing, tutte rivolte verso il genitore: davanti, fianchi e dietro. Questo esclude il bambino rivolto verso l'esterno. Ecco i motivi per cui:

    • Il bambino deve essere portato in una posizione a "M", a gambe divaricate. È importante che i bambini siano seduti con la schiena arrotondata, poiché la schiena dei bambini non è ancora abbastanza forte per tenersi dritta come quella degli adulti. Questa posizione è quasi impossibile da ottenere con il bambino rivolto verso l'esterno.
    • Un bambino può accoccolarsi contro la persona che lo porta, può abbassare la testa per proteggersi dagli stimoli esterni se sono troppo intensi o semplicemente se vuole andare a dormire. Questo non è possibile se il bambino è rivolto lontano da chi lo indossa.
    • Una posizione rivolta verso l'esterno non è l'ideale nemmeno per il bacino o la schiena di chi lo indossa, poiché il peso del bambino non è vicino al corpo di chi lo indossa e tenderà a tirare in avanti.

    Se il tuo bambino è curioso e tende a dimenarsi nel marsupio per guardarsi intorno, ti consigliamo di indossarlo sulla schiena una volta che è abbastanza grande (5+ mesi) o sul fianco, rivolto verso l'interno. Ciò amplierà il loro campo visivo, garantendo al contempo una posizione sicura ed ergonomica per loro e un migliore comfort per chi lo indossa. In alternativa, e se hanno un buon supporto per la testa, puoi lasciarli allungare le braccia e sopra il marsupio nella posizione di trasporto anteriore in modo che si sentano meno limitati.

  • Come devo vestire il mio bambino per il babywearing?

    Ecco alcuni consigli per far stare bene il tuo bambino:

    • Se il tuo bambino indossa un pigiama con i piedi, assicurati che siano abbastanza grandi da lasciare spazio extra per le dita dei piedi. Il pigiama tende a sollevarsi quando il bambino è seduto e potrebbe schiacciare i piedi del tuo bambino
    • Evita di usare tute spesse poiché potrebbe impedire al tuo bambino di sedersi correttamente nel marsupio
    • Se possibile, nessun cappuccio sulla giacca/maglione del bambino per garantire un migliore sostegno della schiena
    • Il marsupio conta come uno strato di vestiti, quindi assicurati che il tuo bambino non sia troppo caldo nel marsupio

  • How should I carry my baby during the winter?

    Even during cold weather, you can wear your baby warmly and completely safely. Here are a few precautions to keep in mind: - Carry your baby as close as possible to your body if the temperatures are below zero to prevent them from getting cold. Your body heat is their best protection. - Wear your baby under a babywearing jacket or use a baby carrier blanket. The best way for you to keep each other warm is to reduce the number of layers of clothes between you. - Regularly check your baby's temperature by touching their neck. - Do not use your own body temperature as a guide. Your baby is not moving around as you are. - If you are wearing a scarf, pay attention not to cover your baby's face. Their nose should always be free, and you can use head supports and blankets arranged asymmetrically to create an opening. - All limbs open to the elements should be covered by a hat, a scarf and slippers, even leggings. - Be extra aware of slippery ground during the winter and ensure that you are wearing the right footwear. - When you enter a heated space, ensure that your baby is not too hot. In general, it is enough to remove the cover or babywearing jacket.

  • How should I carry my baby during the Summer?

    - Ensure that you do not dress your baby too warmly. The baby wrap or baby carrier already counts as one layer of clothing. - Dress your baby to protect them from the sun. Choose natural fabrics such as cotton, wool or silk clothing and lightweight leggings rather than trousers. - You can apply a light layer of mineral sun cream to any areas of the body exposed to the sun or buy a special baby sun cream with UV protection. Top with a sun hat and you're good to go! - Babywearing during the summer is best done in the shade or indoors, especially during the hottest periods, between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. - Offer your baby water regularly. The smallest babies should be offered breastmilk or formula milk. - It is normal to sweat at the point of contact with your baby, remember that adults are also sweating "for" the baby to cool their body temperature as well as their own.

  • My baby's legs are blue when I am carrying him in the carrier, is this normal?

    Sometimes, red, or blue marks can appear on the baby's legs when they are carried. This generally happens when the baby is worn for a prolonged period and can happen with a wrap, a ring sling, or a baby carrier. This is related to baby's blood pressure, which is lower than adults' and even lower when they are sleeping. Indeed, the "M" shaped spread-squat position does not necessarily favor blood circulation and sometimes the carrier fabric, the baby's clothing or a nappy which is too small prevents the blood from circulating properly around the body. It is this accumulation of blood which causes these marks on the skin. In most cases, there's no need to worry, but you can talk about this with your pediatrician if you are worried. To improve your baby's blood circulation whilst they are in their carrier, we recommend that you dress them in loose clothing and check that their nappy is not too tight. It is also important to check that they are seated properly in the baby carrier - the width of the seat of the carrier should be adjusted so that it enfolds the baby from the crook of one knee to the other, but it is a good idea to leave a 1-2 cm gap before the knee fold to prevent the fabric causing too much pressure in this area.

  • Can I still carry my baby if I’m pregnant?

    Provided you have no medical reason to avoid lifting or carrying existing children, there is no reason why you should stop carrying a baby while pregnant. Just make sure that you are using the right carrier, ideally an onbuhimo or any other carrying option without a waistbelt to prevent pressure on your baby bump.

  • What are the carrying options of each carrier?

    Stokke® Limas™ carrier: front carrying from birth / hip carrying from birth / back carrying 5+ months The Stokke® Limas™ carrier can be used from birth (3,2 kg) and until 15 kg and is the perfect choice for a newborn baby Stokke® Limas™ carrier Plus: front carrying: 1+ months / hip carrying: 1+ months / back carrying: 5+ months The Stokke® Limas™ carrier Plus can be used from 4 kg up to 18 kg. It is perfect for older babies and if you like the snug feeling that the long straps give you Stokke® Limas™ carrier Flex: front carrying 1+ months / back carrying: 5+ months / Onbuhimo (without waistbelt): 9+ months The Stokke® Limas™ carrier Flex can be used from 4 kg up to 20 kg. It is perfect for little toddlers and back carrying!

  • What are the options if my newborn doesn’t weigh 3 kilos yet?

    If your baby’s weight is under 3 kg, we recommend using a wrap or a sling.

  • Why do the Stokke® Limas™ carriers only propose inward-facing carrying options?

    We recommend three positions for the Stokke® Limas™ carriers: front carry facing-in, hip carrying facing-in and back carrying facing-in. This excludes the baby facing outwards. Here are the reasons why: In the Stokke® Limas™ carriers, only the facing-in carrying positions allow your baby to sit in an ergonomic "M" shaped spread-squat position with a rounded back posture (babies' backs are not yet strong enough to hold themselves straight like an adult). This position is impossible to achieve with the baby facing outwards. When your child is sitting inward-facing in a Stokke® Limas™ carrier, they can snuggle against the person carrying them, can put their head down to shield themselves from external stimuli if they are too intense or simply if they want to go to sleep. This is only possible if the baby is facing the wearer. When you’re carrying your child facing inward, they stay close to your center of gravity. The weight is nicely distributed around your body, which makes babywearing very comfortable. In an outward-facing position, the weight of the child is not as close to the wearer's body and will tend to pull forwards, thus creating tension in the wearer’s back.

  • Which baby carrier would be best for me or my clients?

    No one type of baby carrier is better than another, it depends on the preferences and habits of the baby and the carrier, as well as their body types. The easiest way to find out is to attend one babywearing workshop where a consultant can help you to try the different types of carrier. A baby carrier should provide the best physiological position for the baby whilst also remaining comfortable for the wearer.

  • What are the differences between the LIMAS Carriers and the Stokke® Limas™ carriers?

    The carriers are essentially the same, but we made a few updates for the Stokke® Limas™ launch. Here are the new features of the Stokke® Limas™ carriers: Stokke® Limas™ carrier: Padding for the baby’s knees / Headrest slightly larger and its cords slightly shorter / The cords (neck cord and newborn setup) are now made out of the same fabric as the carrier / The Stokke logo replaces the LIMAS logo Stokke® Limas™ carrier Plus: Padding for the baby’s knees / Sewn-in headrest / The headrest is slightly larger and its cords slightly shorter / The cords (from the neck cord) are now made out of the same fabric as the carrier / The Stokke logo replaces the LIMAS logo Stokke® Limas™ carrier Flex: Sewn-in headrest / The headrest is slightly larger and its cords slightly shorter / The cords (from the neck cord) are now made out of the same fabric as the carrier / The Stokke logo replaces the LIMAS logo

  • What is the purpose of the two holes and two cords on the waistbelt of the Limas Carrier?v

    To prepare your Stokke® Limas™ Carrier for your newborn, you might need to reduce the height of the back panel. To do so, lay it on a flat surface, fold the back panel once around the waistbelt, tie the little cords and use the carrier as usual afterwards. You will also find this step in our "How to” videos on stokke.com.

  • What are the buckles in the pocket for on the Stokke® Limas™ Carrier Flex?

    Depending on the age of your baby, you attach the shoulder straps of the Stokke® Limas™ Carrier Flex differently: - From 1 to 9 months, attach the straps to the waistbelt - From 9+ months, attach the straps to the back panel Attaching the straps to the back panel provides better weight distribution and comfort to the parent, but creates a tension line in your baby’s back. We recommend avoiding this tension for small babies whose back is not developed enough by simply attaching the straps to the waistbelt. You will also find this step in our "How to” videos on stokke.com.

  • Why is there a headrest and how should I use it?

    All three Stokke® Limas™ carriers feature a headrest for your baby. It can be used to support their head while they’re sleeping for example, or help them calm down when they are agitated. They can also be used for more privacy while nursing. When you use the head rest, make sure that your baby’s airways are free at all times. We recommend only using one side of the headrest at a time. To use the headrest, simply knot the string on the loop on in the carrier straps, on your shoulders.

  • Why are the shoulder straps removable and when is it recommended to remove them?

    The Stokke® Limas™ carrier and the Stokke® Limas™ carrier Plus both have removable shoulder padding. Using it is completely optional and merely a matter of preference. Usually, we recommend removing the shoulder padding for hip carrying and for carrying newborns and very young babies. Once your baby gets bigger, the shoulder padding will provide more comfort and support for the parent.

  • What are the strap protectors for?

    Babies love chewing the straps of their Stokke® Limas™ carriers. Using the strap protectors will prevent you from having to wash your carrier too often. You simply need to remove and wash the strap protectors instead of the whole carrier! You can use the strap protectors on the three carriers from the Stokke® Limas™ collection.

  • What is the chest belt for and do I have to use it ?

    The Stokke® Limas™ carrier is sold with a chest belt. It is used only for back carrying and primarily for safety reasons. It prevents the shoulder straps from sliding off your shoulders, which could result in the child slipping out the carrier. It also helps with weight distribution.

    The chest belt is also sold as an accessory since this little piece of fabric gets lost easily. Parents can also buy it for back carrying in the Stokke® Limas™ carrier Plus. However, the length of the shoulder straps for this carrier allows you to wrap a safe finish replacing the chest belt.

    You will also find this step in our "How to” videos on stokke.com.

  • Why is the padding removable on the Stokke® Limas™ carrier and Stokke® Limas™ carrier Plus?

    The Stokke® Limas™ carrier and Stokke® Limas™ carrier Plus offer a special feature: there is a sewn-in pocket into which shoulder padding can be inserted of removed. Deciding to use the padding or not is merely a matter of preference for the parent or caregiver.

  • What are the straps extensions for and how do I use them?

    Depending on your body, your flexibility or even your preferences, you have the possibility to use straps extensions for the Stokke® Limas™ carrier Flex. This might be useful if: - You feel very tight when using the carrier, the straps seem to be too short for you - You’re having difficulties closing the back buckle - You would like the straps to cross in your back To use them, simply connect the extensions to each strap

  • Where are the Stokke® Limas™ carriers manufactured?

    The Stokke® Limas™ carriers and accessories are manufactured in Turkey.

  • What are the baby carriers made from?

    Stokke® Limas™ carriers are manufactured from cotton. The Valerian Beige fabric is made from 50% cotton and 50% linen.

  • Have the Stokke® Limas™ carriers been designed for every body type?

    Our Stokke® Limas™ carriers have been designed to fit as many morphologies and body types as possible. On all three carriers, the waistbelt can be adjusted from 60 to 140 cm. Among our many accessories, we provide waistbelt extensions for every carrier (to add up to 30 cm to the waistbelt) as well as strap extensions for the Stokke® Limas™ carrier Flex (to add up to 31 cm to the straps). If your waist is too thin for the carrier and the sides of the waistbelt overlap, just make another loop with the strap around your waist and you should be able to close the buckle.

  • How should the Stokke® Limas™ carriers be washed?

    All of the LIMAS Stokke® Limas™ carriers are treated with a sanforisation after weaving. This is a process combining water vapor, heat and pressure to preshrink the fabric so that there is minimal shrinkage when washed. The carriers can be used as soon as they are purchased without needing to wash them beforehand.

    Here are our recommendations to ensure that your Stokke® Limas™ carrier retains its colors and softness over time:

    • Wash at 40° C, on a gentle spin
    • Use a liquid detergent for delicates that does not contain bleach or whitening agents
    • Close all of the buckles before washing, you can remove the belt if you wish. You can wash the shoulder padding with the carrier.
    • For an even more delicate wash, place the baby carrier in a washing bag or inside a pillowcase
    • Dry your baby carrier naturally, do not tumble dry
    • Do not iron the belt

  • Do the Stokke® Limas™ carriers guarantee good posture?

    If used properly, Stokke® Limas™ carriers perfectly respect your baby's physiology. To make sure your baby is sitting correctly in their carrier, you can check the following points:

    • The carrier and carrying option you’re using correspond to your baby’s age and weight
    • Your baby is “close enough to kiss”: you should be able to give them a kiss on top of their head easily
    • The back panel is high enough to cover the neck, but the baby’s nose and mouth are free
    • The baby has a round back and their knees are higher than their hips (spread-squat position)
    • Your carrier is tight enough: when you lean forward, your baby must stay close to your body

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