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Moby Wrap


$40.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Machine washable. 100% cotton. Many different configurations / baby positions.

The Cons:Can be hard on your back and shoulders after extended usage.

The Moby Wrap is the standard model of baby carriers offered by Moby.  The Moby Wrap is made from one large piece of fabric that is wrapped around a child and parent (or other wearer) and is designed to give a close bond between child and parent.

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Product Shot 2  There are no buckles or straps, and the fit is adjusted by how tightly it is wrapped around the child and wearer.  It can be used in virtually any postion; front, back, facing in, facing out, and anything in between.  Unlike many baby carriers with small shoulder straps, the wrap-style has wide pieces of fabric that cradle the entire shoulder giving a very comfortable fit.  The Moby Wrap is available in a wide variety of colors, and is made from 100% machine washable cotton.

Features

  • No buckles, fasteners or straps
  • Creates close bond between child and parent
  • Wide and comfortable shoulder fabric
  • Can be used in many carrying positions
  • Machine Washable
  • 100% Cotton
  • Many colors available

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    machine washable

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    100% cotton

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    many different configurations / baby positions

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    many colours available

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    affordable

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    can be hard on your back and shoulders after extended usage

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Stephanie
Stephanie: #moby_wrap Along with the previous comment about not using stretch wraps with baby on your back, wraps (like Moby) specifically say only one baby in the wrap at a time. These images show unsafe usage. Dec 17, 13
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Anonymous
Anonymous: #moby_wrap Stretchy wraps cannot be used for a back carry. It is dangerous and baby can very easily flip out of the wrap. I'd reccomend removing that photo from your product description. Feb 11, 13
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