Omni Breeze Baby Carrier
Rated #1 in Airflow* when tested with comparable carriers, the Omni™ Breeze uses SoftFlex™ Mesh fabric to maximize airflow, keeping you and your baby comfortable and dry all day.
- Easy to adjust from newborn to toddler (7-45lbs)
- Ergonomic in all 4 carry positions, including forward-facing option
- Padded Lumbar support for extra back comfort
- Privacy hood for sun protection and breastfeeding
- ErgoPromise Lifetime Guarantee
- Good Housekeeping 2022 Parenting Awards Winner, ‘Best in Top Transport Gear’
*Compared to other leading mesh carriers. Based on NPD data, June 2020.
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The OMNI BREEZE Baby Carrier brings breathability to the next level. Designed with Lightweight SoftFlex™ Mesh to create maximum airflow, it keeps you and baby cool and dry all day.
Padded shoulder straps and lumbar support combine to make adventures of any length feel effortless.
The OMNI BREEZE provides all the carrying options you need as your baby grows, from newborn to toddler (0-48 months), making it the only all-in-one carrier you’ll ever need.
Softer than ever before with 100% SoftTouch™ cotton fabric. This premium, machine-washable material is gentle yet still durable, it provides a soft and cozy feel to wearer and baby.
Comfort for all
Padded shoulder straps and lumbar support waistbelt for distribution of baby’s weight on you and ergonomic ‘M-shaped’ seat for baby. Crossable straps help fit to parents of all body types.
All carry positions
The Omni Breeze can be used 4 ways – inward-Facing, front outward-facing, hip carry and back Carry. It is newborn ready and grows with baby to toddler age (7-45 lbs).
Premium, machine washable materials made to last, Covered by Ergobaby’s ErgoPromise, and eligible for their Everlove buyback program.
|Product Weight||2 lbs.|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 16 x 25 inches|
|Child Weight||7-45 lbs|
|Child Height||Up to 48 Inches|
|Waistbelt range||17.8 in - 57 in|
|Front Carry Inward Facing||Min. 7lbs and 20 inches to Max. 45lbs|
|Front Carry Outward Facing||Min. 14 lbs and 25 inches to Max. 30 lbs (around 5-6 months).|
|Hip Carry||Baby can sit upright unassisted and a Min. weight of 17.2 lbs to Max 45 lbs. (around 6 months.)|
|Back Carry||Baby can sit upright unassisted and a Min. weight of 17.2 lbs to Max 45 lbs. (around 6 months.)|
|Use and Care||Machine Washable|
|Warranty||ErgoPromise Lifetime Guarantee|
Do I need to use Ergobaby Infant Insert with the Omni Breeze baby carrier?
The Ergobaby Omni Breeze baby carrier has been specifically designed so you can carry your newborn baby (minimum 7 lbs) without the need of an infant insert. Easy to use, the Ergobaby Omni Breeze carrier's bucket seat gradually adjusts to your growing baby from newborn to toddler (7-45 lbs) to support your baby in an ergonomic M-shape position at all ages. Please refer to the label on the waistbelt or instructions to adjust the seat based on your baby's height.
How do I adjust the Ergobaby Omni Breeze baby carrier to my baby’s size?
The Ergobaby Omni Breeze carrier adapts to your growing baby in just one step. Adjust the seat using the velcro tabs on the waistbelt based on your baby's height: along the red lines for a baby between 20-24 inches (~0-3 months), along the yellow lines for a baby between 24-28 inches (~3-9 months), along the blue lines for a baby over 28 inches (~9 months +).
When is baby ready to Face Out?
Every baby develops differently. You can start wearing your baby facing out once your baby demonstrates all the following: strong head and neck control, starts showing interest in the world around them and chin is above the carrier panel. This is usually around 5-6 months. Make sure to widen the seat to the widest setting (Blue Velcro setting) when baby is facing out: adjust the slider adjustments to the inner setting (toward the center of the carrier) for the Omni Breeze Carrier. In outward facing position, baby’s arms should always come out the sides of the carrier above the shoulder strap attachment point. NEVER out of the top edge of the carrier above the neck support. If baby gets sleepy or shows signs of overstimulation, turn baby around to face you. Therefore, we recommend the Facing Out position to be used for shorter durations of carrying only, so around 20 minutes. Baby should be removed completely from the carrier for repositioning.
When is baby ready for Hip Carry and Back Carry positions?
Every baby develops differently. You can start using the hip and back carry once your baby demonstrates strong head and neck control, can sit unassisted, and weighs 17.2 lbs minimum. This is usually around 5-6 months.
Can I breastfeed with the Omni Breeze baby carrier? How does that work?
Yes, as with all Ergobaby Carriers you can breastfeed while on the go. This can be done in the facing in carry positions. Just loosen the shoulder straps a bit and slightly lower baby to position on your breast. For safety, always stay seated when nursing in a carrier. Always stay vigilant while baby is nursing, and reposition after feeding, so baby’s face is not pressed against your body. Baby should be moved to recommended carrying position immediately after breastfeeding, remove slack from straps, and adjust.
How do I wear the Omni Breeze carrier waistbelt?
The Ergobaby Omni Breeze baby carrier has a waistbelt with a lumbar support for added comfort. With a newborn baby, you should wear the waistbelt high and tight on your waist so baby is close enough to kiss. When baby gets older, you can keep the waistbelt higher or position it lower on your hips. It is up to you to see what is the most comfortable for you and your baby as she/he gets heavier. For smaller babies or parents with a long torso, we recommend wearing the waistbelt higher on your body. In the event of a C-section, wearing the waistbelt higher will likely be more comfortable for you. We recommend that you always wear the waistbelt in a snug fit as it allows an even better weight distribution on your hips for more comfort on your back and shoulders. The lumbar support should always be centered on your back in the front position, centered on the front for the back carry position, and supporting your back in the hip carry position. We recommend watching the instruction videos for step by step instructions.
How do I make sure my baby’s head is supported with the Omni Breeze baby carrier?
Until your baby has demonstrated strong and consistent head and neck support, her/his head needs to be supported. Ensure the top edge of the carrier is at your baby's mid-ear level for proper support by positioning baby higher or lower on your body, when pulling the body of the carrier up around your baby's back. For a newborn baby, 6 weeks and under (minimum 7 lbs), fold the head and neck support on the inside, and button it to the lower buttons on the front from the side using the tabs for a tighter support. When baby starts to turn head from side to side and to hold his head for a few moments, you can fold the neck and head support on the outside and button it to the lower buttons. This usually happens around 7 weeks. For older babies, you can also button up the head and neck support for extra support when needed, such as when she/he is sleeping. When wearing your baby facing out (min 14 lbs), make sure the head and neck support is folded down on the outside and buttoned to the lower buttons, and that your baby's chin is over the top edge of the carrier body. We recommend watching the instruction videos for step by step instructions.
How do I make sure my baby’s hips are in an ergonomic spread-squat position (M-Position) with thighs well supported and baby's back supported in a natural position in the Omni Breeze carrier?
After securing shoulder straps, always make sure baby's bum is evenly centered in the carrier. Reach inside the carrier and rotate baby's hips into a seated position, sinking baby's bum deep into the carrier to encourage a comfortable natural spine position (slightly rounded, C-shape). Then squat baby's legs to make sure baby's knees are positioned higher than baby's bum for a proper spread-squat position (M-Position). Finally, pull the seat sides (padded thigh area) out on either side ensuring the fabric/padded area under baby's thighs reach from knee to knee. We recommend watching the instruction videos for step by step instructions.