I've heard that these are terrible quality slings. The reviews I read said that they're made out of the same quality fabric as nursing covers (but I've never felt those either so I don't know what that means!) The reviews also said that the fabric is way too thin and they make shipping so expensive that it's a total rip off.
I got their free carrier a couple months ago, they did the same freebie promotion at Thanksgiving time too. Just used the carrier a couple times to try it out with my peanutsized 20 month old, and I'm not a fan. I got it really to use for the baby I'm expecting, so while I'm not totally sold on it, I haven't had a chance to use it for its intended purpose yet. The previous commenter mentioned the quality of the fabric. This is my first sling used that I haven't made myself and well, its not the fabric I would have chosen to baby carry with. Its stiff and not very soft (I also haven't washed it yet). I just think I'm not a fan of pouch slings. Overall, I wish I'd have saved the $15 it cost for shipping and return insurance!
I got it too. I have not used it but it looks pretty crappy in person. I'm really disappointed and doubt I'll ever use it. I might sell it or something or maybe give it away FFS which real shipping costs are certainly far less than the company put on their site. Total rip off.
Happily married Christian SAHM of 2 boys, DD1 , and DD2 July 2013
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