Boba Wrap – Grey

Boba Wrap - Grey

  • Front аnԁ infant hold
  • comfortable fοr newborns up tο 35 pounds
  • Hands-free availability
  • ideal fοr breastfeeding
  • machine washable 95% French terry cotton/5% spandex

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List Price: $ 37.95

Price: $ 37.95

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  1. 123 of 131 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Even for preemies., February 22, 2013
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    K. Getz

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    It didn’t take me long to make the choice between Moby and Boba. Being a first time mom on a pretty strict budget, both the price and learning curve steered me toward this wrap. My take so far:

    - Forgiving learning curve. Being made of a nice quality french terry knit with spandex means you can wrap this thing snugly around yourself and pop your baby in afterward, without having to figure out how much slack to leave. I read the directions once and had it on correctly (I may have stuffed my cat in it. Don’t judge.) on my first try, just a few minutes later. I never had to look at the directions over again.

    - Cheaper than a Moby, and the fabric is nicer.

    - Excellent for even the tiniest of babies. My daughter was born 12 weeks ahead of schedule and came home at 36 weeks gestation, weighing in at very nearly exactly 5lbs. We used the Boba right off the bat with ZERO issues. She’s always snug, comfortable and secure.

    - Comfort. If you take the extra 45 seconds to wrap your Boba well, making sure it’s smooth against you wherever possible, you can wear a younger baby comfortably in this thing for hours at a time. I can’t speak for larger babies, as I don’t have one yet.

    - It can be rather warm. I imagine it could be pretty uncomfortable if you live in a warmer climate. This is more of a perk for me, as I have a chill baby and live in an area that gets pretty cold this time of year.

    - Not really ideal for larger babies. I don’t see how this wrap could be considered a long-term babywearing option. I haven’t had a chance to learn from experience yet, but it seems to me that it would be pretty uncomfortable (for both of you) to wear a baby over 15lbs or so with this wrap. I expect to get plenty of mileage out of mine, though. At 3.5 months actual and 2 weeks adjusted, my LO is just over 7lbs. We’ve already been using it for nearly 6 weeks and it’s held up wonderfully.

    - Hard to use outdoors. Or really, anywhere you wouldn’t want it touching the floor. Unwrapped, this thing is about fifteen feet long. I don’t care how tall you are. You’re not keeping 15 feet of fabric off the floor while winding it around yourself.

    Overall, this wrap is certainly worth it, so long as your baby isn’t too huge for it to be practical. I would buy it over again, given the scale to make a second time and would most certainly recommend it as an ahead of schedule option for wearing your baby.

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  2. 80 of 93 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worth a million dollars, August 16, 2012
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    kristin (Richmond VA) –

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    I cannot overstate how much we LOVE the boba. We had been given a Bjorne & ergo used from friends but our 6 lb 8 oz baby departed in them. We looked for something for smaller than 8 lb babies online & tried the boba. Don’t be intimidated by thinking its complicated to tie– the picture directions that come with make it very simple. Once our small lady developed reflux & stopped sleeping well day & night, the boba unquestionably saved us. She could take a nap comfortably upright in it & I could still get things done. Now she sleeps well at night but is still a terrible napper. When all else fails, putting her in the boba always always works. A supporter at lunch was so amazed when my baby started to get tired & fussy, I popped her in the boba & she just passed out in 2 minutes. :)
    My supporter is pregnant & went home & added it to her registry! We run all kinds of household tasks and shop with this too– so much simpler than toting a car seat, my hands are free & baby is more snuggled and pleased. Its made of very nice soft fabric & it washes well. I’ve even worn this on 100 degree days and while carrying a baby around will be hot in that weather no matter what, the fabric is surprisingly breathable. I’d give the boba 100 stars if I could. I will buy this for every pregnant supporter from now on. It’s one of my three all time favorite worth their weight in gold baby things (other 2 are rock & play sleeper & miracle blanket)

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  3. 41 of 48 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Comparison: Boba Wrap, Baby K’Tan, Lillebaby, and Ergo Baby., Development 17, 2014
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    Amazon Customer (Canada) –

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    This assess is from: Boba Wrap – Grey (Baby Product)
    I used four different carriers for my baby: a Baby K’Tan, this Boba Wrap, an Ergo Baby, and a Lillebaby. Here are the pros and cons of each:

    First, the Baby K’Tan. I tried this one first and loved it for my newborn. The main advantage to the K’Tan is that it is sort of a Boba or Moby Wrap for Dummies: simpler to place on, and made of less flexible fabric. This held my baby snugly to my chest, and this was the ONLY way she would nap most afternoons. I spent a lot of time with her in this! The fabric does stretch out eventually, but I austerely place the K’tan in the washer and through the dryer on high heat, and it went back to its original size. Cons: The K’Tan is sized, so unless you want to buy two (or you are the same size), your partner wont’ be able to use it. As my baby got heavier, we needed a carrier my husband could use, too. Also ,the support strap ties in back, and this is uncomfortable if you want to wear the carrier while sitting (for example, on a long airplane in succession away).

    Second, the Boba Wrap. This was the second carrier I bought. I like the soft, flexible, thick fabric–much better feeling than a Moby. Also, the wrap ties in front so there is no knot in the back when you are sitting. Unlike the K’Tan, this one requires you to figure out how to wrap and tie, and it is a bit of a learning curve. But, the plus side was that my husband could use this, too. Now that my baby is over 6 months ancient, though, we mostly use the Lillebaby as it is more supportive and distributes her weight better.

    Third, the Ergo Baby. We finished up returning this one. For one, the infant insert just did not work out for us. Every time my husband tried this, the baby would start crying and fussing. For a newborn, it is certainly better to use a flexible wrap like the Boba or K’Tan.

    Finally, the Lillebaby. This is the carrier we are currently using for our 7 month ancient. It supports her weight well, allows for multiple positions (including outward facing, which she now prefers), and does not require her to dangle from her crotch (as a Bjorn does). But this would not have been as comfy for her as a newborn.

    Overall, if you plot to get two carriers, I’d recommend the Boba (for an infant) and the Lillebaby for a larger baby.

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