Car­ried Away

Set ting the stan­dard for safet y, com­fort and de­sign, Pog­nae’s Orga Plus is the ul­ti­mate baby car­rier for mums in the know

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While many par­ents adore the con­ve­nience and emo­tional bond of “baby wear­ing”, the process of choos­ing a car­rier that is both safe and con­ve­nient can be more weari­some than won­der­ful. En­ter Pog­nae, the top-sell­ing baby car­rier brand in Korea with over 74 per­cent of the hipseat mar­ket share, to take the weight off find­ing the ul­ti­mate baby tote. Here are in­sider tips and myth-bust­ing facts about baby car­ri­ers, straight from the ex­perts:


A poorly- de­signed car­rier can im­pair the de­vel­op­ment of del­i­cate hip bones. Thank­fully, Pog­nae’s Orga Plus baby car­rier boasts an er­gonomic de­sign cer­ti­fied by the In­ter­na­tional Hip Dys­pla­sia In­sti­tute to sup­port the proper growth and de­vel­op­ment of ba­bies. It gen­tly sup­ports and spreads a baby’s legs to pre­vent the dis­lo­ca­tion of hips and en­sure com­fort. Cer­ti­fied by a panel of in­fant growth and de­vel­op­ment spe­cial­ists, the Orga Plus’ hipseat en­sures that the baby’s knees are higher, or at an equiv­a­lent height as her hips, for er­gonomic health.


Not all car­ri­ers are made equal. Af­ter years of strin­gent de­vel­op­ment, the Orga Plus was cre­ated with mind­fully en­gi­neered el­e­ments by multi-award win­ning brand Pog­nae to sup­port both baby and par­ent. Case in point: The Orga Plus boasts a dou­ble safety de­vice that in­cludes a safety belt with but­tons and a YKK auto zip lock in the front, and a large vel­cro clo­sure and buckle in the back made by the world’s top maker of plas­tic buck­les.


The Orga Plus’ se­cure waist band and im­proved­fit arm and shoul­der straps have been de­signed to evenly dis­trib­ute the weight of the child. It in­cludes a slid­ing chest buckle that se­cures the two shoul­der straps for ad­just­ing the dis­tri­bu­tion of weight ac­cord­ing to your body so you can main­tain a good pos­ture. A mesh fab­ric in­ner waist belt min­imises move­ment of the belt with wear, and keeps the par­ent feel­ing cool and com­fort­able.


Ac­cord­ing to med­i­cal ex­perts, a good in­di­ca­tor of whether a child is comfy in a car­rier is the sleep test. If a baby snoozes in the car­rier, chances are she’s feel­ing se­cure and com­fort­able. The Orga Plus is tai­lored to max­imise the com­fort of lit­tle ones. It is al­most fully padded, and cut from the soft­est or­ganic fab­rics that don’t ir­ri­tate del­i­cate skin or cause chaf­ing. Plus, a wide, highly elas­tic cush­ioned seat and mesh back panel mean that the baby feels at ease even af­ter be­ing car­ried for long stretches.


Pog­nae’s Orga Plus is a three -in­one baby car­rier, hipseat and hipseat car­rier that of­fers nine ways of car­ry­ing a child. First, you can cra­dle a new­born by util­is­ing the hipseat as a sup­port. It is even sturdy enough to sup­port a child over the age of three, without the wearer feel­ing much strain. New­borns can also be car­ried in the Orga Plus, as long as the in­fant in­sert is used to sup­port the neck, and the baby’s legs are not spread open too wide dur­ing first three months. Fur­ther­more, the baby can face out­wards in the Orga Plus at around six months, as soon as her neck mus­cles are strong enough. In fact, even older chil­dren weigh­ing un­der 20kg can be toted—back­pack style, or car­ried on one’s side on the hip seat—with Pog­nae’s Orga Plus.

De­vel­oped by a team of lead­ing de­sign­ers in Korea, the er­gonomic de­sign of Pog­nae’s Orga Plus makes it a hit with both mum and baby

The Orga Plus is aan all-in - one car­rier, trans­form­ing from a hip seat to a baby car­rier and a hipseat car­rier with ease

Carry your child in nine dif­fer­ent ways for to­tal com­fort

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