The Hippychick Child Hip Seat is a back supporting belt with an integrated padded foam shelf and a hook & loop fastener. It is designed to reduce the strain on an adults back when carrying babies and young children. One size, available in a range of colours. Extension belt available. Manufacturer advises if pregnant consult your Doctor before using.
Extra product information
No weight is carried directly through the spine. The weight is spread around the waist, hips and pelvis.
. Lightweight (400g)
. Durable (Du Pont Cordura fabric)
. Machine washable (seat pocket unzips to allow removal of foam shelf)
. range of four colours (Black, Blue, Olive Green, Burgundy Red)
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Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Child Hip Seat: One model only, available in a range of colours
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