Price:
161,54 euro

Reviewed by:
Rating:
2
On September 25, 2014
Last modified:June 2, 2017

Summary:

Body is not adjustable in height or width.
Shoulderpadding is wide and made to wear crossed.
Carriers are made to order, custom dimensions are possible.
High placing of the buckles (for the shoulderstraps) seems to put pressure on the child's back

Starlinghouse Soft Structured Carrier
Buta Vilasita (linen/cotton)

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Waist padding

Height of the waist padding (in the middle)

Shoulderstraps padding length

Shoulderstraps padding width

Body width

Body height

76cm

14cm

52cm

14cm

40cm

42cm

29.9inch

5.5inch

20.4inch

5.5inch

15.8inch

16.5inch


Sleepinghood

Carrier type

Body adjustable in height

Body adjustable in width

legpadding

yes

not detachable

full buckle

no

no

 

Starlinghouse has designed this toddler carrier, made out of their cotton/linen wraps. They are available in three different colorways.
You can wear the carrier both sides out. The body isn’t adjustable in height or width.
The carrier comes with a strap which you can use as a chestbelt if you don’t want to wear the straps crossed.
The sleeping hood is hidden in the body, the pocket closes with magnets.
The legpadding is very nice and the padding of the straps and waistbelt isn’t thick but still comfortable.
The shoulderstraps are pretty wide and they are made to be worn crossed, which can be comfortable for people without breasts 😉 but I don’t like how it looks on me.
These SSC’s are custom made, you can choose the dimensions.
The clips for the shoulderstraps are closed pretty high at the body of the carrier, which seems to put pressure on my child’s back.
I would love to see the carrier with shorter padded shoulderstraps, to be worn ‘normal’ (not crossed).

The carrier doesn’t have a safety loop (like this, pictured is a Baby-roo Huckepack)

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Pictures of the Starlinghouse carrier: 

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29g 29h

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