DEUTER Mochila porta bebe kid comfort 2 color titan anthracite 2013
- aircontact espalda sistema y vari sistema de ajuste rápido
- Entrada lateral para el asiento infantil es cómodo y seguro
- Sistema de hidratación compatible (3L)
- Capacidad: 16L
- Peso: 3,17 Kg 3oz
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Descripción del producto
El favorito de la gente, diseñado para una sensación de libertad ilimitada. Se re-diseñaron las aletas móviles de cadera Vari Flex ahora son más cómodos y se ajustan mejor.
Se ajustan perfectamente y siguen fielmente cada movimiento del porteador. Las correas de ajuste de carga ubicadas en las almohadillas lumbares dan un control preciso de la carga y una gran libertad de movimientos, proporcionando más comodidad y seguridad.
Kid Comfort System:
- Los porta bebes Deuter Kid Comfort han pasado las pruebas del TÜV y llevan la etiqueta GS (comprobado su seguridad).
- Durante las pruebas los porta bebes tienen que mostrar su capacidad para llevar cargas pesadas, ser de uso fácil y de transporte cómodo. Cada etapa del proceso de producción está revisada.
- Son aptos para niños que se mantengan sentados por sí solos.
- Peso máximo (niño + carga) 22 Kg.
- Por la construcción, el marco de aluminio sólido y resistente no tiene piezas ni ásperas ni afiladas y es seguro y se mantiene estable solo de pie.
- El arnés en un color distinto con cinco fijaciones de seguridad no solamente ofrece la máxima seguridad sino también buena funcionalidad por su fácil manejo y ajuste.
- La silla del porta bebe es ajustable en altura, así sé ira ajustando al crecimiento del niño.
- Un ajuste exacto de los porta bebes a la espalda es vital para asentarlo correctamente y llevarlo con seguridad.
- La longitud de espalda de los Kid Comfort es de ajuste fácil mediante el sistema Vari-Quick.
- El cinturón lumbar con sus aletas refinadas, cóncavas, acolchadas y anatómicas se ajustan a las caderas para un transporte estable y muy buena transferencia de la carga.
- En los Kid Comfort II, las aletas de cadera Vari Flex son móviles y pueden seguir cualquier movimiento. Los terrenos accidentados se pueden atravesar sin que el porta-bebé perjudique el equilibrio.
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It is easy to use and intuitive to figure out how to adjust in the many ways it can adjust for comfort (your or your child's). My husband and I were able to switch who was using it with relative easy, even while on a hike.
The kickstand works well, and it is possible to put on solo, though easier if you have help. There are pockets everywhere you might want a pocket.
It comes with an adorable stuffed animal (for no reason other than adorableness, I suspect)
Our older child was about 35 pounds when we used it this summer, and while he was supremely comfortable and the backpack distributed his weight in a way that was totally manageable, it is clear that he's about as big as one can reasonably tote comfortably. It took a little while to get used to the balance disruption of having him on my back, and I don't think I would have been able to keep it up for more than a couple hours without a break to regain my equilibrium. However, this is far far superior to the Kelty model we've borrowed in the past, and obviously more sustainable than just using a soft structured carrier for this purpose with a larger child.
His much smaller younger sibling was an easy ride, though she still can be accommodated in a regular baby carrier even on a long hike
We bought a Kelty FC 3.0 first at a great price, and it while it fit me okay, it would not fit my husband. All of the weight went on his shoulders and none on his hips, and he couldn't do more than 10 minutes in it. Then we tried several older models loaned from a friend, and when all of those fit poorly, we started worrying we wouldn't find one that fit him at all. Finally, we tried an friend's new Osprey Poco, and while it fit my husband well, it's lowest setting still left a gap between my shoulders and the shoulder straps. We weren't ready to jump on a $300 carrier that only sort of fit me.
When we stumbled upon this carrier on clearance at our local trading post, we were beyond happy. The ratcheting shoulder straps allow it to adjust between "sizes" and fit both myself and my husband. There are size markings on the side, but you can easily adjust it above and below those. We can even shrink it down low enough my 10 year old can wear stuffed animals in it around the house. For fit, you can't get much better. If I extended their scale some, my daughter would be a X-Small, I would be a Small, and my husband about a X-Large.
The design itself is great too. The side pockets do well for hats and toys, and the lower pocket is roomy and perfect for diaper supplies. The hip pocket is nice for a camera, and you can roll up he waist straps and tuck them in so they don't dangle. We're not at all bothered by having to bring in/out the kickstand, and I actually prefer it more than the Kelty and the osprey, as it tucks in more compactly. I love that the child's straps bring the child forward, closer to your back (like the Osprey), instead of away from it (like the Kelty). I'm also glad there are foot stirrups, though as we're still using it with a baby, we don't use them often. She can just just tuck her feet in.
We're new to hiking in general, but after about 5+ long trips this summer we did add some accessories to our pack. We did end up buying a Camelbak 3.0L hydration system, and that's been pretty awesome. We also bought a few hiking poles, because I found that really helps my arms feel more comfortable on long hikes. We're probably going to pick up the sunshade soon. We actually used the Kelty's sunshade until we resold it, just because we had it on hand, and it was really nice to have some rain coverage.
My child likes being in the bag.
Please take note that I have only used in on a number of 1 hour light tracks so I have no experience using it on longer or more difficult hikes with a lot of gear to haul. We initially bought the Osprey Pogo AG and the belt felt so uncomfortable that we returned it and bought this one instead, this one feels a lot better.
Three months later.... Often the pack is so big we don't take it and use the stroller instead. However, he always falls asleep in this pack and seems to love it.