Bebé Tula ergonómico Baby Carrier
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- Asiento ergonómico m-position apoyar el desarrollo seguro para el cuerpo del bebé
- dual-adjustment acolchado Correas para óptima comfort para cuello y hombros
- Transpirable y ligero Lienzo hecho a mano de lona, 100% certificado Oeko-Tex ® Standard 100
- Múltiples posiciones de Carrier - Parte trasera frontal de transportar y llevar
- Bolsillo frontal grande en el cinturón Contorno y cinturón de cadera de coordinación
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Descripción del producto
Un moderno giro en un tradicional Habilidad, el bebé Tula Baby Carrier es el elemento imprescindible para permitir que usted para mantener su pequeño cerca de tu corazón mientras que tener las manos libres. Como un líder de la industria, premiado bebé Tula se enorgullece de ofrecer la más hermosa, fácil de usar, versátil, y portadores de larga duración proporciona un cómodo, ergonómico método de apoyo a la Unión entre comodidad y los niños de nacimiento a 4 años de edad y más allá. tulas son disponible en una variedad de impresiones, haciendo de ellos tanto útil y elegante. Baby Tula es orgulloso para satisfacer y superar las normas de seguridad y las normas, y es un negocio de los miembros de la industria Baby Carrier Alliance (bcia). Este bebé Carrier se puede utilizar tanto en parte delantera y trasera lleva de 15 - 45 libras. Fácil de usar y cómodo, este Carrier proporciona un asiento ergonómico m-position apoyar el desarrollo óptimo para el cuerpo de su hijo. Se puede lavar a máquina, nuestros productos están fabricados a mano de 100% algodón CERTIFICADO Oko-tex Standard 100 y utilizar la más alta calidad Duraflex hebillas disponible. Incluye características tales como dual-adjustment correas para permitir el ajuste perfecto, leg-opening adicional y hombro acolchado, cinturón de cadera y un bolsillo grande en el contorno para almacenamiento adicional. Cada bolsa viene con una capucha desmontable para apoyar la cabeza del bebé mientras durmiendo, proteger de sol o viento, y permiten una cómoda lactancia materna.
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-Lack of shoulder padding. I have a pretty heavy baby, and I would have liked some more padding on my shoulders.
-Not good for smaller babies. I have a very large 9 month old, but I felt like he was frustrated that he couldn't look around very well. I also live in Arizona, and with a younger baby the Tula requires an infant insert which makes babywearing even hotter.
-The chest/back clip is nearly impossible to buckle. I don't know why, but no matter how I adjusted it, it took lots of painful maneuvering to get it buckled.
-Lack of 2 way adjustable straps. This is a small feature that makes a big difference. I've gotten used to them on the LILLEbaby, and not having them makes adjusting the shoulder straps a lot harder. The straps on the LILLEbaby Essentials also unbuckle, allowing you to cross the straps on your back and do a hip carry.
-Small pocket and nowhere to store the hood. The Tula has a very small pocket placed on the waistband (with Velcro, which I hate). It could fit your phone, but not much else. My LILLEbaby Essentials has a large pocket that I can put several necessities in, I almost never bring my diaper bag in with me. It also has a nice pocket for storing the hood. On the Tula I didn't like having the hood just flopping around.
I found the Tula to be almost exactly like the LILLEbaby Essentials, which is a lot more affordable at almost half the price ($149 vs $89.99). The Essentials also has some great features that the Tula does not (I added some pictures to show the similarities and differences). So although the Tula is a safe ergonomic carrier, I can't really say it's worth the money when there's a comparable, even better option, for much less.
So, I finally took a trip to Target to look at and feel all the baby carriers displayed. I fell in love with the simplicity of the tula, and it seemed with its all cotton canvas construction that it would be the coolest option.
I have owned this for a couple of weeks now. I walk a mile twice a day wearing my son, and I sometimes just wear him around the house on those days he doesn't want to be put down. Not only is he a happy camper, but so am I. His weight is distributed very well and I never experience any pain or discomfort whatsoever, even after extended use. There is a padded barrier between all the buckles and the wearer's skin, so nothing digs into you. While babywearing in general is hot, the tula is probably the coolest. Walking around in this Texas heat, my son has never become overheated. The minimum weight on this I think, suggests 15 pounds to start. My son was 17 pounds and 27 inches long when I ordered this. The seat is still a tad wide for him so for babies that are a little on the shorter side, they may need the infant insert for quite a while.
This carrier is fabulous for my family. In one day, I was able to front carry my newborn using an infant insert, carry my almost 2 year old on my back, then using the same Tula, my very tall and very thin sister in law carried her 7 month old. There are just the right amount of adjustable elements to make this fit the widest variety of adult/child combos of any buckle carrier I've used to date.
This carrier has one small pocket on the front. It is just barely big enough for my phone and slim wallet. The detatchable hood is really easy to get up or down while carrying your baby. And the elastic bands on the end of each strap are a surprisingly exciting feature. Since the straps are so long to allow it to fit so many different body types, the excess length can easily be coiled up to be kept out of the way.
A plastic piece used for tighteining a strap broke in half at 14 months. Called the Tula company and they informed me that the warranty is only good for 12 months, so sorry, but you are out your $165, hope you enjoyed your Tula while you owned it and hope you purchase from us again....
Are you kidding? Why would I chance looking nearly $200 (with taxes) again in another 14 months. I realize that this may have been a fluke quality control thing - but if you're not willing to make good on it at 14 months, when it should last for several children/over a decade, I'm very dissapointed with you and you don't get more of my raving about your company - you get me warning everyone.