Excerpt: I have used the wrap around the house when the baby didn't want to be put down and I was trying to cook, clean, etc. I probably wouldn't use it in a public place unless I also had my stroller in case he tired of being in it and started crying.
Excerpt: The Moby is nice but when not in use, it's so long and think that it's hard to store. I have used it many many times and I still find that I tie it either too big or too little for my 3 month old. So I've never become a wrap expert.
Excerpt: I love the moby wrap. Unfortunatly my son does not. It worked great when he was a week old and I could tuck him in t. Once he got to be a month old and was too big for the newborn hold he wasn't into it. The downfall is how annoying it is to put on.
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: The moby wrap is a good product but just isn't for me. The cloth is so long it is difficult to put on if your out doing something need to put on before you go some where a traditional front pack was easier for me to use while traveling through an airport.
Excerpt: The wrap itself works great. The material is soft and my LO likes being snug and close to me. It does take some practice to use and is a bit challenging to wrap when your outside and alone (it's hard to not let the wrap ends hit the ground when putting it on).