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DIDYMOS Baby Carrier Comparison

It all started with a simple idea, Erika Hoffmann tied a cloth which friends had brought her from South America around her body, tied a knot, placed one of the twins in the sling and crossed the fabric at the shoulder. This was 1971.

A lot has happened since then, carrying babies has finally taken its place in society. The constant evolution of tying methods and the development of longer baby wrap slings and of our sizing system with sizes 1-8 ( and plus sizes) which are accepted standard today have made a decisive contribution.

But that was not all, apart from baby wrap slings there is a wide selection of carriers. We have put together a chart with an overview of the possibilities.

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From Up to Front Carrying Position Back Carrying Position Hip Carrying Position Adjustable Seat Width Adjustable Back Width Integrated Headrest Closure System Further Information
DIDYMOS Baby Wrap Sling Birth End of carrying period
Numerous tying methods

Numerous tying methods

Numerous tying methods
Knots More info

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DIDYMOS Jersey Baby Wrap Sling Birth 12 kg Wrap Cross Carry
Reinforced Hip Carry
Knots More info

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DidySling Birth End of carrying period Rings More info

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Didy Meh-Dai (DidyTai) Birth 20 kg Knots More info

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DidyKlick Birth 20 kg Buckle More info

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Didy Onbuhimo 7kg,
for children who can sit unassisted
20 kg Not intended
but possible
Chestbelt More info

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Baby Carrier Comparison

Not quite sure which carrier is the best for you, your baby and your lifestyle? We have compared all the different possibilities in one chart. Here you can take a look at our variety of baby carriers with their different carrying positions and information on babywearing in general.

The Birth of our DIDYMOS Baby Carriers

It all started with a simple idea, Erika Hoffmann tied a cloth, which friends had brought her from South America, around her body, tied a knot, placed one of the twins in the sling and crossed the fabric at the shoulder. This was in 1971. A lot has happened since then, carrying babies has finally retaken its place in society today. The constant evolution of tying methods along with the development of longer slings and of our sizing system ranging from sizes 1 to 8 (and plus sizes), which are the accepted standard today, have made a decisive contribution.

Benefits of a Baby Carrier

Being carried close on front facing her mother or father is especially calming for a baby. The warmth and security resulting from bodily contact in the sling are soothing to child and parent alike, giving parents confidence in recognising their children’s needs and children confidence in expressing their needs. This bond serves to stimulate your baby’s senses, giving her a safe place from which to discover you and her environment.

When it comes to carrying your baby or toddler you can use a variety of baby carriers and different tying methods. Every DIDYMOS baby carrier is absolutely ergonomic and provides the best comfort your child needs. But not only is your infant feeling comfortable in our baby carriers. Get to know the special feeling that carrying your baby triggers in you. Our many different ways of carrying make this possible and also help you to find the perfect position for you and your baby. Try it now!