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Ellaroo Mei Tai


$90.00 Released January, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Straps and supports outlast many conventional carriers. Comfortable for several hours at a time. Reversible strap design is easy to switch around and prolongs life of the carrier - older infants can be carried on wearer's back.

The Cons:Headrest lacks sufficient support for toddlers past a certain age/size. Initially has a bit of a learning curve to take on and off, and adjust straps.

The Ellaroo Mei Tai is a baby carrier that is suitable for children from birth to 35 lbs and can be worn on the front or back.  The baby carrier is designed with a wide shoulder strap that distributes the weight over more area and a waist strap that provides back support to make it comfortable to wear for long periods.

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  Both the shoulder and waist straps are tied instead of buckled like the Mei Hip, making it easy to adjust the straps for use by both parents.  The Mei Tai is made of 100% cotton fabric and is reversible with one side a solid color and the other side patterned.  The reversible design also makes it possible to wear the carrier on the opposite side of the body.

Features

  • Suitable for children from birth up to 35 lbs
  • Can be worn on the front or back
  • Tying straps at shoulder and waist
  • Wide shoulder strap
  • Flexible in sizing
  • Reversible fabric
  • 100% cotton

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Pros
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    Straps and supports outlast many conventional carriers

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    Comfortable for several hours at a time

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    Reversible strap design is easy to switch around and prolongs life of the carrier - older infants can be carried on wearer's back

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    Headrest provides much needed support for babies

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    Stylish aesthetic looks better than more expensive carriers

Cons
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    Headrest lacks sufficient support for toddlers past a certain age/size

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    Initially has a bit of a learning curve to take on and off, and adjust straps

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