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Inspired by the artistic drapery of international fashion designers, YEMA not only sets new standards in functionality, but this carrier collection genuinely catches the eye while hidden functions focus attention on the design.
- 3 carrying positions: front, back, hip facing
The Yema.Tie from the CYBEX Platinum range is a new generation of fashionable baby carrier, expertly combining ergonomics and comfort with quality you can count on. The smart lining fabric is diagonally elastic to offer optimum support for the baby’s naturally rounded back and head and will expand to fit different sized children. The seat panel along with the 2-position headrest can be adjusted, so the carrier can grow as the child grows (from birth up to toddler (approx. 3.5 - 15 kg)). All of these features help promote an ergonomic, natural spreadsquat position recommended by medical professionals and carrying consultancies.
- Panel height 340 mm / Panel width 200 - 420 mm
- Waist belt length 670 - 1480 mm
- Multi-functional head and neck support
- Ergonomic seating with adjustable panel
- Comfortably padded shoulder straps
- Iconic and decorative wings
- 100% wrap-like cotton for back support
- Soft padded waist belt
- Easy and intuitive fit for parents of all sizes
- 3 carrying positions
- Fabric covers machine washable at 30°
- Height Backpanel
- 360 mm
- Width Backpanel
- 400 mm
- Waistbelt Length
- 670 – 1480 mm
What is included?
- Yema Tie Baby Carrier
- User Guide
FAQ - YEMA Tie
CYBEX consulted with a number of experts during the development of YEMA to ensure its optimal design for the health of the child. We collaborated with certified baby wearers as well as prototype tested the design with several volunteers and trainees. Additionally, a physiotherapist in Bayreuth, Germany has independently reported on the YEMA. We are currently working with the International Hip Dysplasia Institute for certification.
The seat panel width should reach from the back of the knee to the back of the knee when the baby is in the correct spread-squat position. Babies tend to adopt this position automatically when lying on their back, so you can measure the distance and then adjust the panel. One rule of thumb is that the panel width is approximately half the height of your baby.
The headrest is stored between the cotton liner layer and the outer jersey-fabric layer. It easily pulls out from the top.
The product can be used in the front-carrying position from birth (3.5 kg or 7 lb, 11 oz). The side-carrying position can be used when a baby can hold its own head up (from around 3 months old). Back carrying is an option for babies with good head and bottom control (from around 6 months). Note that in all three positions, the carrier is designed only for inward facing, or toward the mother, not outward facing. This is for two reasons: this guarantees that the wearer can easily make use of the carrier’s functionality, and the position is the most ergonomically healthy for the child.
The front carry position can be used from birth (3.5 kg, or 7 lb, 11 oz). The carrier is designed only for inward-facing carrying for two reasons: it’s the most ergonomically healthy for the child, and it’s the easiest way for the wearer to benefit from the carrier’s advanced functionality.
The side carrying position can be used when a baby can hold its own head up (from around 3 months old). The carrier is designed only for inward-facing carrying for two reasons: it’s the most ergonomically healthy for the child, and it’s the easiest way for the wearer to benefit from the carrier’s advanced functionality.
The back carry position is suitable for babies with good head and bottom control—generally from 6 months onward. The carrier is designed only for inward-facing carrying for two reasons: it’s the most ergonomically healthy for the child, and it’s the easiest way for the wearer to benefit from the carrier’s advanced functionality.
The carrier was not designed for outward-facing because the position is not as ergonomically sound for the baby as the more natural inward-facing position.