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1 cudl IMG-0126E Nuna Baby Essentials, I
cudl IMG-0126E Nuna Baby Essentials, Inc.70 Thousand Oaks Blvd. | Morgantown, PA 195431.855.NUNA.USA | Nunababy.com Designedaround your life Product Registration Child Usage Requirements AccessoriesHarness Covers Cleaning and Maintenance CAREFULLY Please fill in the above information. The model number and the manufactured in date are located on a label on the product. Fill out the prepaid registration www.nunababy.comClick on the “Regist

2 er Gear” link on the homepage.We ha
er Gear” link on the homepage.We have purposely designed our high-quality products so that they can grow with both your child and your family. Because we stand by our product, our gear is covered by a custom warranty per product, starting from the day it was purchased. Please have the proof of purchase, model number and manufactured www.nunababy.com/usa/warranty For replacement parts, service, or additional warranty questions, please contact info

3 usa@nunababy.com www.nunababy.comPlease
usa@nunababy.com www.nunababy.comPlease refer to the chart below for proper usage to ensure the safety of your child. 20–30 lb (9–13.5 kg)6+ months25–35 lb (11–16 kg)9+ monthsFacing In/Infant Booster8–15 lb (3.5–7 kg)Birth - 4 months15–30 lb (7–13.5 kg)4+ months 3 4 Check to assure all buckles, snaps, straps, and adjustments are secure before each use.Check for ripped seams, torn straps or fabric and damaged

4 fasteners before each use.Stop using th
fasteners before each use.Stop using the carrier if parts are missing or damaged.Child must face towards you until he or she can hold head upright.Ensure proper placement of child in product including leg placement.Make sure baby's legs are straddling the seat and arms extend through arm holes.Regularly check that your child is comfortably and securely seated in the baby carrier, especially when using as a back carrier.To prevent hazards from falling

5 , ensure that your child is securely pos
, ensure that your child is securely positioned in the carrier. FALL HAZARD - Infants can fall through a wide leg opening or out of carrier. Follow instructions for use.Adjust leg openings to fit baby's legs snugly.Before each use, make sure all buckles, fasteners, and adjustments are secure.Take special care when leaning or walking.SUFFOCATION HAZARD - Infants under 4 months can suffocate in this product if face is pressed tight against your body.Do

6 not strap baby too tight against your bo
not strap baby too tight against your body.Allow room for head movement.Keep infant’s face free from obstructions at all times. Hold your baby closely at all times until correctly attached.The infant booster must be used for children weighing 8–15 lb(3.5 kg–7 kg) and should ONLY be used with your child facing in.Premature infants, infants with respiratory problems, and infants For low birth weight babies and children with medical condit

7 ions, Be aware of hazards in the domesti
ions, Be aware of hazards in the domestic environment e.g. heat sources, Your balance may be adversely affected by your movement and This baby carrier is designed for use by adults while walking, use this soft carrier if you use a pacemaker, as the use a soft carrier when balance or mobility is impaired use a soft carrier while engaging in activities such as cooking and cleaning which involve a heat source or exposure to wear a soft carrier while

8 driving or being a passenger in a 5 6 P
driving or being a passenger in a 5 6 Parts ListMake sure all parts are available before assembly. If any part is missing, please Shoulder Buckle Shoulder Buckle StrapShoulder Buckle AdjustmentHead Support ButtonLeg Hole AdjustmentButtonWaist PocketSeat Width StrapSeat Width Button Shoulder StrapYokeShoulder Adjustment StrapWaist BandHarness CoversHood Pocket Infant Booster 132467 89 5 1110121314 15 16 171918 20 21 7 8 Based on the chart below, posi

9 tion the head support according to your
tion the head support according to your baby’s Your baby's head should be supported until he or she has strong head control 8–15 lb (3.5–7 kg)Birth - 4 months15–30 lb (7–13.5 kg)4+ monthsFacing Out20–30 lb (9–13.5 kg)6+ monthsBack Carry25–35 lb (11–16 kg)9+ monthsErgonomic Child PositioningHip-HealthyCUDL is acknowledged by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute as ahip-healthy product when used as di

10 rected.For hip-healthy babywearing, baby
rected.For hip-healthy babywearing, baby's thighs should be supported from the hip to the knee joint. This ergonomic "M" shape seating reduces forces on the hip joint. Never force baby's legs into a position that is not easily achieved.Spine-HealthyFor spine-healthy babywearing, proper support is needed. The baby's spine should be allowed to naturally form a "C" shape. Never force baby into a position that is not easily achieved. 9 10  Produ

11 ct Use1 -Open the waist band.2 -Make su
ct Use1 -Open the waist band.2 -Make sure both the shoulder buckles and the side buckles are connected (circled in green).3 -Holding the carrier in front of you, slide your arms through the shoulder straps.4 -Pull the carrier over your head.5 -Make sure the yoke is connected (circled in blue). Adjust the height and width of the yoke vertically and sideways to achieve a comfortable fit. The yoke should rest between your shoulder blades.6 -Secure the w

12 aist band behind your back, engaging the
aist band behind your back, engaging the hook and loop to hold the band firmly in place. To remove the carrier, reverse the steps above. DO NOT remove the carrier while your child is in it. 1 4 2 3 6 5 11 12 Opening Baby Carrier Magnetic Buckle Indicators 1 4 3 2 5 shoulder buckle indicatorsside buckle indicators 13 14 Infant Booster When your child grows out of the infant booster: 1 4 2 3 6 5 15 16 Securing Your Child with the carrier fully open (

13 and the infant booster secured if your c
and the infant booster secured if your child weighs less than 15 lb [7 kg]). Infant Booster8–15 lb (3.5–7 kg)Birth - 4 months15–30 lb (7–13.5 kg)4+ months 1 4 2 3 6 5 17 18  1 -Gently pull both shoulder buckle adjustments down to adjust the fit.2 -Adjust the shoulder straps by gently pulling straps evenly out in front of you.3 -Make sure your child is comfortable and securely seated in the baby carrier. Adjust the strap

14 s around your child and check to make su
s around your child and check to make sure all buckles and snaps are secure. Allow room for your child's head movements and keep child's face free from obstructions. child should be positioned close to you, high on your child's face visible to you 1 2 3 19 20 Head Support 1 4 2 3 6 5 21 22 Facing OutSeat Width Strap1 Locate fabric pocket.2 Attach width strap, depending on how much you need to narrow the seat for your child. The seat width is pr

15 operly adjusted if your child’s thi
operly adjusted if your child’s thighs are supported.3 -Fold the head support down so your child's face will be above the top edge of the carrier. The carrier is now ready for you to secure your child. Follow (, but face your child outward. 20–30 lb (9–13.5 kg)6+ months 1 2 3 23 24  Back Carry Position We recommend practicing this method a few times without a child in the carrier before attempting it with your child. Child s

16 hould NEVER be facing out (away from you
hould NEVER be facing out (away from you) in back carry mode.1 -With your child in the baby carrier facing inward, loosen both shoulder adjustment straps (DO NOT unbuckle).2 -Slide your right arm out of the right shoulder strap while cradling your child with your left arm.3 -Slide your left arm under the shoulder adjustment strap on the side while cradling your child with your right arm.4 -Cradling your child with your right arm, guide your child to y

17 our right hip using your left arm.5 -Sti
our right hip using your left arm.5 -Still supporting your child, grab the shoulder strap with your left hand and pull it down over your shoulder.6 -Slightly lean forward and move your child onto your back. 25–35 lb (11–16 kg)9+ months 1 4 2 3 6 5 25 26  1 -Slide your left arm up through the shoulder adjustment strap on the side while cradling your child behind your back with your right arm.2 -your right arm down through the shoul

18 der strap while cradling your child with
der strap while cradling your child with your left arm. Both shoulder straps should now be secure around your shoulders.3 -Pull down on the shoulder adjustment straps to tighten. Adjust the yoke up or down vertically and side to side.4 -up the excess length of the shoulder adjustment straps and use the elastic loop to wrap around the rolled up strap to store it out of the way.5 -Make sure your child is comfortable and securely seated in the baby carri

19 er. Adjust the straps around your child
er. Adjust the straps around your child and check to make sure all buckles and snaps are secure. Allow room for your child's head movements and keep child's face free from obstructions. 1 4 3 5 12 2 27 28 Bib 1 4 2 3 6 5 29 30 Harness Coversthe extra length of the shoulder buckle in the pocket cover the shoulder strapthe hook and loop. 1 4 3 6 5 2 31 32 Hood Make sure the hood is not covering your child's mouth or laying too tightly over their hea

20 d. 1 3 2 4 33 34 Cleaning and Maintenanc
d. 1 3 2 4 33 34 Cleaning and MaintenanceRefer to the care label attached to the carrier fabric for washing and drying instructions. Carrier MUST be washed inside a mesh laundry bag. It is normal for fabric to fade from sunlight and to show wear and tear after a long period of use, even when used normally. Check regularly that everything functions properly. If any parts are torn, broken, 35 CUDL™ instructions CUDL™ instructions CUDL™