An ergonomic baby carrier leads to a close bond and familiarity between mummy or daddy and baby, has many health benefits for your fosterling and is practical. Thanks to the carrier, you can go about your day with your hands free, while keeping your child is safe and close to you.
At DIDYMOS, we offer four different baby carrier models, designed to fit different needs for you and your baby. Of course, all models are available in different colors and patterns and are of great quality.
The baby carrier is a popular alternative to baby ring slings, as they allow cool airflow through the panels, and are available in many variations. They combine basic components, i.e. two shoulder straps, a panel or back section, and a pelvic or, alternatively, abdominal belt. Our Carriers offer Lumbar support, while ensuring that your baby is comfortable and safe.
At DIDYMOS you can choose between four different baby carrier models, which in turn are available in different colours, patterns, and prices: DidyKlick, DidySnap, DidyTai and DidyGo. Each carrier ensures maximum comfort for your baby while allowing you to go about your day. But what’s the difference between our four options?
The DIDYMOS baby carriers are recommended for different age and weight groups:
All four baby carriers from DIDYMOS can carry up to 20 kg. If you need support choosing the best option for you and your child regarding age, weight, and temperature, you can use our DIDYMOS Baby Carrier Comparison. There you will find the most important facts for all models in direct comparison.
Our four Carrier options: Equal outstanding quality, yet so different. No matter which option you choose for wearing your baby, we guarantee well thought-out details and sustainable, fair production of regional materials. But what are the most striking differences? And what’s the best fit for you and your child?
The DidyKlick is a practical half buckle carrier that can be attached with just one click thanks to the practical waist strap. This model combines lumbar support, provided by the buckle carrier with the comfort of a woven wrap. Simply strap it on and off you go! The DidyClick can be used in three ways: on the back, on the side and on the front of the wearer.
DidySnap is a full buckle carrier with two fastening systems for optimum support and ergonomic fit. Thanks to the infinitely variable adjustment system, this carrier grows with your child, from newborn right up to toddler age, while keeping you cool, even on hot summer days.
Didy Meh-Dai (DidyTai) is a mixture of a baby wrap sling and a baby carrier. This baby carrier offers many individual adjustment possibilities – all without snap fasteners, buckles and Velcro. Wear your baby close to you, using one of the many options to tie this piece of fabric.
DidyGo is an Onbuhimo carrier that does not need a waist belt to make a seat. Ever wanted to just carry your child in your backpack, while on a hike? The DidyGo is the perfect fit for you. It is made for children who can sit independently, but still want to be carried from time to time. With its shoulder straps, instead of a waist or belly buckle, this soft structured carrier can also be worn by pregnant women, protecting the growing belly.
Carrying is love. You have probably heard this saying before. But why? Whether in a baby carrier or a baby wrap sling – carrying your baby in ergonomic positions supports the healthy physical and psychological development of your child.
By carrying babies beyond the newborn stage, the emotional bond between parents and their child is significantly strengthened. Combining practicality with a deepened sense of intimacy between you and your child? Our Carriers make it possible.
Another positive effect of carrying is the influence on the child’s physical development. For example, correct carrying positions can promote healthy hip development and stimulation the blood circulation, while making your baby comfortable being close to you. Upset stomachs and even colics’ can be prevented by wearing your child frequently. If you want to find out more about the positive effects of carrying your baby, you can read more here.