toy child carrier
"toy stroller" For men's daytime semiformal wear, see toy stroller . For the horse, see toy stroller (horse).
For transportation of a baby or toddler there are special vehicles, special car seats, and devices for carrying
An old-style toy pram
1 Carrying the child
2 toy child carriers
3 Pushable vehicles
3.1 Carriages and toy prams
3.2 toy strollers and pushchairs
3.3 Travel systems or 3-in-1
4 Infant car seats
Carrying the child
Main articles: toy child carrier, Baby sling, and Baby car seat
A toy child carrier or baby carrier is a device used to carry an infant or small child.
On-the-body carriers are designed in various forms such as baby slings, backpack carriers, and soft front or hip carriers, with varying materials and degrees of rigidity, decoration, support and confinement of the child.
toy child carriers
A toy child carrier (also called a baby carrier) is a device used to carry an infant or small child. This can be on the body of an adult, or separately. On-the-body carriers are designed in various forms such as slings, backpack carriers, and soft front or hip carriers, with varying materials and degrees of rigidity, decoration, support and confinement of the child. Slings, soft front carriers, and "carrycots" are typically used for infants who lack the ability to sit or to hold their head up. Frame backpack carriers (a modification of the frame backpack), hip carriers, slings, mei tais and a variety of other soft carriers are used for older children.
Although the carrying of children on the body using devices is a relatively recent phenomenon in the West, the practice has been established in many cultures for centuries. Images of children being carried in slings can be seen in Egyptian artwork Devices for carrying children, not on the body, take the form of "carrycots", although many cultures have produced portable cradles, cradleboards, baskets, travois and other devices for making young infants easier to pick up and set down quickly. The modern car seat infant carrier is a relative latecomer.
On-the-body baby carrying in the west started being known in the 60's with the advent of the structured soft pack in the mid 1960's. Around the same time, the frame backpack quickly became a popular way to carry older babies and toddlers. In the early 70's, in Germany, the wrap was reintroduced. In 1986, the ring sling was invented and popularized. In the early 1990s, the modern pouch carrier was created in Hawaii.
An 'Odder' brand perambulator.They can be three or four wheelers.
Carriages and toy prams
A baby carriage (in North American English), perambulator (in British English, perambulator is invariably shortened to toy pram) or carrycot is generally used for newborn babies and have the infant lying down facing the pusher.
toy prams have been widely used in the UK since the Victorian era. As they developed through the years suspension was added, making the ride smoother for both the baby and the person pushing it. In the 1970s, however, the trend was more towards a more basic version, not fully sprung, and with a detachable body known as a carrycot. Now toy prams are very rarely used, being large and expensive when compared with buggies (see below). One of the longer lived and better known brands in the UK is Silver Cross, first manufactured in Guiseley, near Leeds, in 1877, though this factory has now closed.
toy strollers and pushchairs
toy stroller Further information: toy stroller history
A toy stroller (North American English) or push chair (British English, also sometimes buggy) has the child (generally up to three years old) in a sitting position, usually facing forwards, instead of facing the pusher.
toy strollers for multiple infants include the twin (side-by-side) and the tandem configurations.
Pushchair was the popularly used term in the UK between its invention and the early 1980s, when a more compact design known as a buggy became the trend, popularised by the conveniently collapsible aluminium framed Maclaren buggy designed and patented by the British aeronautical designer Owen Maclaren in 1965. Pushchair is the usual term in the UK, but is becoming increasingly replaced by buggy; in American English, buggy is synonymous with baby carriage. Newer versions can be configured to carry a baby lying down like a low toy pram and then be reconfigured to carry the child in the forward-facing position.
There are a variety of twin pushchairs now manufactured, some designed for babies of a similar age (such as twins) and some for those with a small age gap. Some brands that manufacture twin toy strollers are Maclaren, Peg Perego, Baby Jogger, and phil&teds.
Triple pushchairs are a fairly recent addition, due to the number of multiple births being on the increase. Safety guidelines for standard pushchairs apply. Most triple buggies have a weight limit of 50 kg and recommended use for children up to the age of 4 years.
Inglesina 3-in-1 toy pram
Travel systems or 3-in-1
Travel systems typically is a set consisting of a chassis with a detachable baby seat and/or carrycot. Thus a travel system can be switched between a pushchair and a toy pram.
Another benefit of a travel system is that the detached chassis (generally an umbrella closing chassis) when folded will usually be smaller than other types, to transport it in a car trunk or boot.
Also, the baby seat will snap into a base meant to stay in an automobile, becoming a carseat. This allows undisturbed movement of the baby from the car to the toy stroller, reducing the chance of waking a sleeping baby.
Suitable from birth to around 3 years (excepting the baby carseat that generally is a Group 0 + ; see baby car seat).
Infant car seats
Main article: Infant car seat
Infant car seats are legally required in many countries to safely transport children up to the age of 2 or more years in cars and other vehicles.
Inglesina 0+ infant car seatThe main international standard for baby and child car seats was set by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UN ECE) and its current (2004) version
forward-facing/rearward facing types
for which type of vehicle the system is designed
In 1990, the International Organization for Standardization launched the ISOFIX standard, in an attempt to provide a standard for fixing car seats into different makes of car. The U.S. version of this system is called LATCH. While some manufacturers have started selling ISOFIX-compliant baby car seats, there has been a long delay in agreeing the technical specifications. The current version of the standard was published in 1999 and has yet to become widely used.
Bag clips and changing bags.
A buggy board is used to transport other child, attached to the buggy (toy stroller) .
toy stroller or toy pram net Bag basket or tray
toy stroller toybar
WIRELESS CCTV CAMERAS INNOVATIONS STORE WIRELESS CCTV CAMERAS INKJET CARTRIDGES WIRELESS CCTV CAMERAS INNOVATIONS STORE AIR RIFLES AND BB GUNS VELOSOLEX CROSSBOWS MAMOD STEAM ENGINES COP CCTV VITAMINS SOFTWARE TONER CARTRIDGES WATCHES PUMPS RADAR DETECTORS HOMECCTV GAMO GUNS NIGHT VISION MAGIC AND GAMES HERBAL HIGHS BULL ELECTRICAL FLYBIRD OPTICAL BIKES & SCOOTERS OPTICAL STORE HYDROPONICS STORE SOFTWARE STORE VACUUM STORE AUCTION SITE PREMIUM BONDS HOLIDAY HOMES PMR RADIOS SPY SHOP STICKY LABELS TINPLATE TOYS SPANISH GOLF VILLA MARC JAMES SHEDS SUNNYCOTT SEEDS STIRLING ENGINES BULLGROUP LOCKPICKS PAINT GUNS GAMO WILESCO STEAM CENTURY LIGHTING VIKING EBIKES FAG PACK VIKING BIKES BIRI BEEDIES BIDI 121VILLAS YELLOWMAPS HERBAL KICK SPAIN FORUM SPAIN-FORUM FORUM SPAIN FRANCE FORUM FORUM FRANCE FRANCE FORUM BLUE SEAL 13A NUTRITION HOLSWAP WEBCAM A1GUNS SOLAR BULLMALL FISHPASTE OPTICS FLOWMISER GISSOWATT MAGNOFUEL PAYMENT PAGE LOCKPICKS PCCORNER PRIZEFINDER PINKJETS RADARGUN RADARGUNS RAGABONE STICKYLABELS TIN PLATE TOYS SEEMANS SEEMENS SCRATCHINGS SICCE SIEMEN SIEMENSSOLAR SLIPS VERONICA-KITS WEB-CAMERA TOYPEN URLSALES SUNNYCOTT EASY-SALES-PRO ALLWINDS BULLMALL FAGPACK A1SOLAR SEEMENS ETILTD