Osprey Poco Plus Child Carrier rental in San Francisco, CA by Eoin and Susie Canny

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Eoin and Susie Canny

Eoin and Susie Canny

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We know from plenty of first-hand experience that traveling with little ones can be challenging. We are here to help visiting families by providing some of the comforts of home during your time away. We provide a selection of safe, parent-tested, top-quality insured baby gear. As long-time active travel guides
Contact Eoin and Susie Canny
  • ‪(512) 588-3385‬
  • susie979@babyquip.com

Ideal location for pickups/drop-offs: In the Mission District 5 mins drive from 101 freeway exit.

Osprey Poco Plus Child Carrier

$10.00/day (3-day min)
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  • For the adult, Poco Plus features a ventilated, tensioned mesh back panel, effortless torso adjustment and a wide range of adjustability of the plushly padded hip-belt
  • Your child will enjoy the ride in a soft, ventilated and height-adjustable cockpit; padded, secure shoulder straps feature buckles that attach out of the child's reach
  • Child's cockpit is surrounded by padded framing; adjustable stirrups offer a comfortable ride
  • Drool pad is machine-washable and easy to remove
  • Hydration sleeve behind the back panel holds a reservoir of your choice (reservoir not included)
  • Plenty of pockets and a spacious storage compartment make it a simple endeavor to pack and organize snacks, drinks, clothes and other essentials
  • Strong, powder-coated aluminum frame with injection molded hinges stands upright on the ground and folds easily for storage or travel
  • The Osprey Poco Plus child carrier features an innovative, built-in sunshade that quickly folds flat to stow away in a zippered pocket when not in use.



Manufacturer: Osprey

Limitations:

Requirements for your child:Your child must be capable of holding his or her head upright and sitting up without assistance. Usually a child older than 6 months is able to do this. It is a good idea to ask your pediatrician if your child is ready to ride in a child carrier.