Hip Seat – Protect your back – Simple and Easy to Use:
• Lightweight, worn snugly around your waist and easy to take on and off
• Strong, hard-wearing fabric available now in 4 great practical colours – Black, Grey, Navy and Olive
• Great snuggly alternative to the pram.
• Enables easier access to outdoor areas e.g. park, stairs and navigating crowds.
• The Hipseat can be used over many years, catering for babies (6 months) to children weighing 20 kgs or 3-4 years.
• Machine washable (remove padded seat first)
• Available now in over 75 Countries
• The hard wearing fabric and foam padded seat fits snugly on the wearer. Simply position above either hip, wrap the belt around you, fasten the velcro together, then adjust, fasten and tighten the canvas safety strap to support the velcro. The baby seat provides a firm shelf for the child to sit on and supports their increasingly heavy weight from underneath. Instead of twisting the spine, the parent’s back stays straight and the child is tucked into the chest on whichever side is more comfortable for the wearer, providing comfort and security for both adult and child.
• Please note: additional accessories for the Hipseat are not currently available.
Safety: Ensuring the safe positioning and carrying of your baby is an important priority for parents at all times.
- Please refer to the Manufacturers Guidelines for appropriate weight and safety guidelines.
- Please note: When using the HippyChick – Hip Seat you should always have one arm around your child.
- If pregnant please consult your doctor before wearing.
o “I recommend the Hippychick Hipseat to all parents with young children.” Dr Kay Pearce, Chiropractor (BSc Hons MSc, DC)
o “Throughout my career, I’ve seen patients suffering – often years down the line – from back problems caused by carrying their children perched on their hips. This is exacerbated by the fact that we often prefer to carry on one side and therefore throw the spine out of balance. The Hipseat provides a much better alternative in that the child’s weight is distributed evenly around the wearer’s body, which should result in a lower incidence of spinal and related problems.” Stuart Korth, Osteopath