Summary: Good in theory, but not execution. After wrapping baby inside, baby slips down and wrap becomes loose after hours of wear. I never felt like my daughter was secure inside it. I got the Moby and an Ergo with the infant insert as presents. Hands-down the Ergo is superior. Not only is my baby comfortable in the Ergo, but I am, too. I got back pain with the Moby. Also, the Moby is a pain to store with it being so long and bulky.
Cons: Difficult To Set Up, Not Enough Pockets, Uncomfortable
Summary: Returned this product. Wanted it for breastfeeding on the go and was more complicated than I needed. Didn't cover like I wanted it to. A simple sling is more what I was needing. Too expensive for me to not love it.
Summary: The wrap is a great idea and I wanted to love this product but sadly it didn't work for my body type. I am a shorter (5'3") larger breasted woman with a small frame. Positioning of my son in the wrap was uncomfortable and wouldn't fit right. I also didn't like how much fabric (18')there was to the design, it made it inconvenient to use and time consuming to set up.
Summary: On the surface this seems like a great baby wrap; When I tried it out at home my three week old was snug and close to me, she fell asleep immediately. Unfortunately the process of putting it on and getting it to fit right was not easy. I tried it out the different ways that the directions suggested and was able to get it to work but it was time-consuming and made me very hot wearing it.
Pros: Keeps Baby Close And Snug
Cons: A Lot Of Material That Makes You Hot, Difficult To Set Up, Not practical, Uncomfortable
Summary: The concept is great but, it lacks ease of use. The long stretch of fabric (which by the way one can purchase in a fabric store & make their own for one fifth the price ) is too much of a hassle to put on. I felt as if I was putting a turban on my body, wrapping the fabric around so MANY times. I actually was very warm (not for summer). When I tried placing my baby into it, he did not care for it.
Summary: Another mother in the store recommended this item to me saying she has used it with all three of her children and loves it. She even used it with her preemie (although box does say for babies 8-35 lbs). I find it quite confusing to put on and since my baby is still small (about 7 lbs) find it not secure enough. I am hoping once she gets bigger I will be able to make use of it.
Summary: The Moby Wrap is not what I expected at all. The price is reasonable... if it wasn't just a yard of fabric!!!! Sooo disappointed on the overall "design" especially since I'm a sewer and can make this in 2 seconds with a quick trip to the fabric store. Too complicated and hurt my back. Also, forget about convenience with this thing. My 1 month old was screaming and I wanted to try to use the Moby to soothe her but after a good 3 minutes...
Cons: Hard to Assemble, Just A Yard Of Fabric, Not Structured, Time Consuming
Summary: This thing was hard to figure out. I had to end up watching the instructional video online in order to understand how it works. It is really a pain to get it ready for baby, and once it's all wrapped around you, it's very bulky. With baby inside, it's hot both for mom and baby. I'm switching back to my good old fashioned baby carrier.
Summary: I loved the idea of this. It did what it was supposed to and wasn't that hard to wrap once I got the hang of it (use YouTube videos!), but I'm only 5'4, so every time I put it on, it would drag all over the floor or ground in the process. I returned it and bought a K'Tan and love it so much more! It takes half the time to put on and take off, is a lot easier to store, and there's way less fabric to deal with.