Nuna launches CUDL clik carrier

The new 4-in-1 carrier offers four carry positions as the child grows, for healthy spine and hip development.

The new CUDL clik is designed to make babywearing cool and comfortable for baby and parent, with breathable mesh fabric and padded should and waist straps. The buckle waistband clicks together in a snap and is adjustable for all sizes. The carrier also features a removeable wristlet to store essentials.

Self guiding magnetic buckles make securing baby in the carrier simple and safe, while an attached hood shades baby and the integrated breeze cover provides extra protection.

The integrated infant booster with covered locking zippers ensures safe use with babies under four months, while the leg openings are easily adjusted for a customised fit. There are two organic cotton bibs and the entire carrier is also machine washable.

CUDL Clik is acknowledged as hip healthy when used as directed, and comes in a choice of Caviar, Fog and Denim colourways.

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