Babyhawk Mei Tai Reviews

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The Fidella Fly Tai is the first tai I’ve seen that can grip the body panel in all four directions – top, bottom and both sides. The goal is to use one mei tai for all ages/sizes of children. I would normally use three sizes of mei tai for one child – newborn/toddler size, standard size and toddler size. Fly Tai tries to be universal for everyone with a tai.

Babyhawk Mei Tai Reviews

Babyhawk Mei Tai Reviews

The manufacturer recommends it for three months of age at about 33 lb.

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Personally, I would see it close to the manufacturer’s recommendation. Although it MAY be possible for an experienced user to use it safely with a newborn, it would be important to properly hold the baby in the large body panel. Even if it is tight, there will be a large bag of excess fabric that baby can sleep in precariously in if not properly wrapped and carefully watched. Because the fabric is very thin and there is no padding in the leg area outside of the body panel, my 3.5 year old refused to be wrapped in it. We made a valiant attempt (because I bribed him with chocolate), but after I got the armature together he said the thin fabric below his knees hurt and he wanted to get off.

Babyhawk Mei Tai Reviews

The fabric is as thin as woven wraps. Not cotton gauze thin, but definitely thin compared to many things I’ve tried. It is smooth and soft. Since the shoulders and waist are padded, the thin material does not dig into the wearer’s body.

Jacquard fabric includes contrasting colors on the right and wrong sides of the fabric. It is reversible and can be worn with both colors facing out. The body panel shows both sides of the fabric.

Babyhawk Mei Tai Reviews

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The body panel has a contour shape. Fastens at the top, bottom and both sides. There is no padding for the legs and darts for the seat. The fabric has a two-tone design in the way it is assembled to create the shape of the body panel. It is two layers of fabric. There are HUGE, obnoxious, scribble labels with all the necessary information these days. I’ve read that many people just cut off all the tags.

The hood is flat, contoured and has clips. It is two layers of fabric. The hood ties are ridiculously short. In addition to being impossible to catch behind you, it is also difficult to tie them up. After they are tied, the hood is tightened into a kind of shallow hollow support. The advantage of course is the absence of hanging tires to interfere with packing. The downside is that the hood can only be used in a front carrier or only if you have someone to help you tie it in a back carrier.

Babyhawk Mei Tai Reviews

The waist is tightly padded with a soft, flexible lining. I found it comfortable and flexible. It is padded to keep the pad in place.

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25″ waist ties on each side of padded area, ties are two layers of fabric and have rounded ends

Babyhawk Mei Tai Reviews

The shoulder straps are tightly padded with the same soft, flexible padding found in the belt. It was comfortable, supportive and malleable. They are “semi-padded” and  “wrap-padded” straps, meaning they start as partially padded and partially unpadded and eventually expand into unpadded, wide straps. The unlined part that is side by side with the padded part can be pulled over the shoulder cap as shown in my pictures. This helps distribute the weight over the entire shoulder. The padded area is wide and I found it surprisingly comfortable (as I usually prefer unpadded belts). Padded straps tend to be more comfortable for back carriers and less important/convenient for front carriers, generally speaking.

Overall belt length – 82″ to short taper, 85″ to long taper (this total measurement includes padded portion)

Babyhawk Mei Tai Reviews

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Out of joy | Saw under Fidella, Mei Tai | Tags: cotton , elegant , fidela , green , with tie , wcmt , wrap conversion I started with a stretch wrap and then decided to add a ring sling to my collection. Now my baby is a bit bigger and has better head control. I decided to buy with a tie as well because they look comfortable to wear on long walks. I chose Babyhawk because of the brand’s reputation. It’s not the cheapest at £60-£70 for a basic with a tie, but as I walk a lot I thought it was worth investing in a quality basket that will hopefully last me a long time.

Putting the carrier on for the first time was so easy. Don’t be put off by the fact that there are no buckles as it really is very easy to tie and comes with clear instructions. If you are still confused, check out YouTube as there are many videos showing how to set up a mei tai. Babyhawks (and most with tais) are suitable from birth to toddlers and you can fold down the bottom of the large square section to hold your baby higher at first. You can also tie the straps behind baby’s back when they are small, instead of under them. Even though my baby is a few months old, she is still quite small, so I carry her like a newborn in the Babyhawk with her legs tucked under me and she feels well supported. As babies grow, they can take their legs out of the bassinet and eventually can be carried on their backs in a backpack style. The padded shoulder straps are so comfortable and distribute the weight evenly, making it a comfortable carry for parents.

Babyhawk Mei Tai Reviews

I love the fact that you can easily eat in this style of wear. I practiced at home a few times before I fed my baby, but now I’ve fed her a few times on the go and it’s been easy every time. Once it started to dry, I was able to quickly put it on with minimal effort and be on my way. When she finished the walking motion and was upright it helped her become very easy and she just fell asleep. See my article Breastfeeding in a sling or carrier for more information on how to feed a Mei Tai.

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One of my favorite things about the Babyhawk with tais is how customizable they are: between the different straps and fabrics, there are literally hundreds of combinations! Because they are double-sided, you can choose a model for you on one side and for your partner on the other, meaning you can both wear it. This basket would suit most people as the straps are nice and long.

Babyhawk Mei Tai Reviews

Babyhawk is an American brand but has many UK distributors. A good starting point is the list of wholesalers on the Babyhawk website here http://www.babyhawk.com/Wholesale/Distributors/. Between these distributors you will be able to find a good selection to choose from, but you can also design your own carrier directly through Babyhawk as they ship worldwide and have an easy to use design tool on their website. I decided to buy from a UK distributor because I wanted my media quickly and was happy with the designs in stock.

Overall I’d give the Babyhawk a 10/10, I can’t fault it and I’d say it’s worth every penny I paid for it, especially considering how long it will last.

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I’ve only been a mom for three months, but I’m already a bit addicted to the sling! I started with stretch wrap and then decided to add a ring sling to my collection. Now my baby is a bit bigger and has better head control. I decided to buy with a tie as well because they look comfortable to wear on long walks. I chose Babyhawk because of the brand’s reputation. It’s not the cheapest at £60-£70 for a basic with a tie, but as I walk a lot I thought it was worth investing in a quality basket that will hopefully last me a long time.

Putting the carrier on for the first time was so easy. Don’t be put off by the fact that there are no buckles as it really is very easy to tie and comes with clear instructions. If you are still confused, check out YouTube as there are many videos showing how to set up a mei tai. Babyhawks (and most with tais) are suitable from birth to toddlers and you can fold down the bottom of the large square section to hold your baby higher at first. You can also tie the straps behind baby’s back when they are small, instead of under them. Even though my baby is a few months old, she is still quite small, so I carry her like a newborn in the Babyhawk with her legs tucked under me and her

Babyhawk Mei Tai Reviews

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