As with all Ergobaby baby carriers, the Omni All Position 360 Carrier can be used from birth for babies weighing at least 3.2 kgs up to approximately 3-4 years old (max 20kg), and allows for carrying your child in four ergonomic positions – front-inward, front-outward, hip, or back.
Else, what is the difference between Ergobaby original and 360? Unlike the Ergobaby Original, the 360 lives up to its name and allows you to perform front, front outward facing, hip and back carries. The Original doesn't feature front outward facing, which is something to consider if that's one of your preferred carrying methods.
Yes, the Ergobaby Omni 360 baby carrier is machine washable as all of our carriers. Make sure to fasten all hook and loop fasteners (velcro) and buckles before washing. Use mild detergent free of bleach, perfumes, dyes, chlorine, or optical brighteners.
With an older child, I feel like I am constantly wearing the newborn—otherwise I would get nothing done. So for me, it is well worth the price to have the most comfort. This is a great replacement for the Baby Bjorn I was using, and I definitely prefer the Ergobaby Omni 360 over the Ergobaby original 360 carrier.
The Ergobaby ADAPT carrier is not designed to carry a baby in the front-outward position. ... You must carry your infant in the front inward-facing position only until your baby is around 6 months old, demonstrates strong head and neck control and weighs 17.2 lbs (7.8 kg).
A look at the front of the carrier. Real on the top, fake on the bottom. Warning label: Real on the top/left, fake on the bottom/left. The stitching on the fake carrier is a different color than the fabric of the carrier, while the stitching on the real carrier matches the fabric color.
The key differences between Omni 360 and 360 are: Omni 360 adjusts from newborn to toddler (7-45lbs / 3.2-20kgs), without the need for an infant insert, whereas 360 requires the use of an infant insert to use as a from birth carrier.