Cococho Carrier

Darija Maho, Serbia

Thanks to Lena’s traveling carriers and Cococho, I had the opportunity to test the Cococho carrier. This carrier is completely different from the others I have tried so far. When adjusting it, first you secure the baby in it with safety belts inside the carrier. Then the carrier is placed by putting the shoulder straps first and then tying the belt. This makes it very easy to transfer from front to back carry (and vice versa). I did not know what to expect, but I was surprised of how comfortable it was with my 11+kg toddler. The straps and belt are niceli padded, as well as the belt, and the panel is firm and supportive. Not sure how it would feel with smaller babies, but for toddlers is great! I really enjoyed testing this carrier. Thanks again for this amazing opportunity!

Milica Mihic, Serbia

Thanks to Lenine putujuce nosiljke (Lena’s traveling carriers) I had opportunity to test this unusual carrier, Cococho baby size. At first sight it looks like narrow base carrier, but it’s not. I’ve never used this kind of carrier. You put a baby in carrier, buckle it, than put a carrier on yourself, buckle and adjust shoulder straps and at the end buckle waist belt. I was very confused at first, but after few tries it felt like a regular carrier. It has a net on the inside, but I still think it would not be comfotrable for summer do to it’s thickness. Outer layer is made from poliester so I guess it gets really hot in sun.
My baby is a year old and weights about 10kg.

Milica Dujakovic, Serbia

I had a chance to try this carrier on a babywearing gathering organized by Lenine putujuce nosiljke (Lena’s traveling carriers) . It is definitely something different that I’ve never tried before. I needed help with the instructions at first, but then I managed to get a hold of it. It was really comfortable actually, both front and back carry, and the kido liked it too. Not sure about wearing it in summer though, but other seasons it is great. I like that the belt if firm enough, I always like that feature in carriers, and that the shoulder straps are nicely padded. I didn’t check everything, like how to adjust different height and width, we were on the maximum already, but if that is possible I guess it is ok for a smaller baby too. For a 2,5 year old toddler that weighs around 11kg it was good, I didn’t feel her kilograms or wiggling to see everything at all.

Danica Blagojevic, Serbia

We had tried this unusual carrier thanks to Lenine putujuce nosiljke (Lena’s traveling carriers). It is totally different than other carrier that we have been testing. After few times trying to enjoy in it, I simply couldn’t. Baby (11.5 months and 9.5kg) was super nervous (teeth are breaking out) so it was kind of hard to buckle up baby. I am so sorry but this carrier is just not my cup of tea.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Unknown or Deleted User says:

    Thanks for your reviews!
    I see that two of you have mentioned that the Cococho carrier doesn’t seem suitable for the summer. I am one of the carrier’s developers 🤓 and Cococho is an Israeli brand. We have a very long and hot summer, therefore designing a carrier that would suit the hot weather was very important for us. The part that warms most in carriers is the contact area between the parent and child. The Cococho carrier is padded with a breathable 3D mesh, which includes cotton as the top layer. That mesh appears in ALL the parts that have contact with both the parent and the baby. Below that layer, there’s a perforated foam that helps with the carrier’s breathability. Another advantage of the Cococho for the summer is its easy back carrying option. Carrying on the back is much cooler than in the front position. From our experience, the carrier doesn’t hit more than most carriers and even heats less compared to many others.
    I’d love to hear your feedback if you’d have a chance to try the carrier in hot weather.


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