Summary: I'd suffered an old Karrimor with the first child. It was painful the second it went on, so very little walking done away from paths suitable for a big 3-wheeled buggie. With the second child we bit the financial bullet and invested in the Vamoose.
Pros: Extremely comfortable for long periods, what more do you want? Lots of space for baby changing essentials and a snack.
Cons: Is a little bulky for transporting on holiday. The small money/key pouch on the belt is just that - too small. Nothing to put you off though.
Excerpt: This isn't actually that comfortable. The frame digs in my back below the waist belt. And I think I must be too tall for it (6'3"), because I have to have the shoulder straps fully extended, which means the unpadded part of the strap rubs.
" This is a great carrier. Not cheap, but extremely lightweight…"
8 October 2011
Excerpt: This is a great carrier. Not cheap, but extremely lightweight and the height of comfort for both you and your baby. Lots of extras - sunshade, booties, raincover - and plenty of pockets for everything else you need to carry.