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September 05, 2019
Your favourite movie on Amazon Prime finishes and you reach for the shopping cart. When you transfer money to Amazon, a robot in a huge Melbourne warehouse receives new instructions. It picks a few video games, dishwasher tablets, clothes and then your baby carrier. No time for emotions, just taking one product after another. A clock is ticking when employees are packing your order in a box. Seconds matter. There is no connection with products. In the fulfilment centre dishwasher tablets and a suitcase differ just by their size. There is no link between a manufacturer and you.
When you order your Panda Child Carrier, you support the business who cares about you and your family. We want you to get the most of your baby carrier. There are no robots in our warehouse, and we know our baby carriers through and through. If you need help with fitting the carrier for your body, there are not just a manual or videos. You can talk to us.
We take your feedback seriously. The size of the pockets, how materials withstand hard use and even how easy it is to buckle it up. Your feedback helps us improve our products and processes.
The range of accessories for Panda Child Carrier is designed to protect your child and provide maximum comfort. Very young children enjoy the sleeping pillow, spring calls for the fly net and winter / wet season? The rain cover becomes indispensable.
Panda Child Carrier is more than a baby hiking carrier. It helps you to show the beauty of Australia, our natural parks and wildlife to your children. It helps build their resilience and teach them about life. The carrier which is fitted to you and your child love will be the carrier you take on your adventures. The rest will become clutter.
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We acknowledge the First Nations peoples across Australia as Traditional Custodians of the land upon which we live, work, and explore. We celebrate their stories and traditions, and pay deep respect to their elders past, present and emerging.