Porte-bébé TULA Toddler Cloudy
|Precio final del producto|
- Extraíble, capucha regulado en gris claro
- Usar desde 15 - 45 libras
- Proporciona un asiento ergonómico m-position apoyar el desarrollo óptimo para el cuerpo del bebé
- Hecho a mano de 100% algodón con certificado Öko-Tex Standard 100.
- dual-adjustment, acolchado hombro correas para permitir el ajuste perfecto, leg-opening adicional y cinturón de cadera y un bolsillo grande en el contorno
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Descripción del producto
Este Carrier viene con capucha: desmontable, regulado en gris claro folleto de instrucciones de este Tula Carrier está hecho con lienzo gris claro. Bliss ramo está hecha con un lienzo, y tiene líneas natural flameado. Medidas del producto: mesa: 15,5 cm. y cinturón de cadera 14,5 "ancho: 5" Altura, 28 " - 55" Longitud de la portadora de peso: 2 lbs. Correas: acolchada la parte de la correa, cuando no ampliado, es 20. " Es 23 "cuando se expande. La correa es adicional conectado a la 29 cm de largo. Los niños de la correa es de 18 "y 21" cuando ampliado y la correa es un adicional conectado a la 29 cm de largo. Cada Tula Carrier: se puede utilizar tanto en parte delantera y trasera lleva se puede usar desde 15 - 45 libras (Toddler Carrier está aprobado para 25 - 50 libras)) se puede utilizar desde el nacimiento con el uso de la revolucionaria Tula Infant insertar (no incluido), y en toddlerhood con extensores de Tula libre para crecer (no incluidas) es fácil de usar y Cómodo asiento m-position ergonómico proporciona un soporte óptimo desarrollo para el cuerpo del bebé es fácil de limpiar y lavable a máquina está fabricada a mano de 100% algodón está fabricado con la más alta calidad hebillas Duraflex Öko-Tex Standard 100 certificados disponibles 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 Incluye una capucha desmontable para apoyar la cabeza del bebé cómodo mientras durmiendo, proteger de sol o viento, y permiten la lactancia materna como un galardonado líder de la industria, Tula se enorgullece de ofrecer la más hermosa, fácil de usar, versátil, y long-lastingcarriers que ofrecen un cómodo, ergonómico método ofsupporting Unión entre el personal sanitario y del niño desde el nacimiento a través de 4 años de edad y más allá. tulas son disponible en una variedad de impresiones, haciendo de ellos tanto útil y elegante. tula es orgulloso para satisfacer y superar las normas de seguridad y las normas, y es un negocio de los miembros de la industria bebé Carrier
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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.
LOVE the fit!
This review will show a comparison of two carriers - The LILLEbaby 3-in-1 Carry On (I will refer to it as the "L" from now on) and this Tula Ergonomic Carrier (referred to as the "T" from now on. They both get 4 stars, but for different reasons.
I will start with why: I like to baby wear, but also, at the time that I decided to purchase this, I heavily suspected that my 13 month toddler was on the spectrum and I wanted to wear him near me so that he could see me and hear me and bond more that way (eye-contact was limited). I wanted front carry to increase his processing of my voice and to encourage some actual eye contact. In addition, my guy has mild hypotonia (a brain-to-muscle problem with tone, so these children fatigue easier). Also, it is great for sensory imput - when he is overstimulated, the carrier gives him a giant "hug" feeling. Since I purchased this product, my son has been diagnosed as on the spectrum and he is 15 months. To give you a size idea, he wears size 18 month pants and his legs JUST barely are long enough for the toddler carriers. Due to the fact that they support his weight and cover up to just behind his knees, both carriers distribute his weight WAY better than a baby carrier.
I included photos - the blue on blue carrier is the L and the grey and blue carrier that has clouds is the T.
Okay. So the compare/contrast:
Material. The L has a breathable mesh that really is really breathable! Great for hot CA days. If the T has a mesh one, than it wasn't for sell on Amazon, at least at the time that I was purchasing. So L wins this round.
Padding: T has much thicker padding on the arm loops (see picture). I'm not actually sure that I noticed a big difference when wearing it though, so this is neutral.
Sun Shade: The L has preset buttons and a great pocket of storing it in. The T has loops that you slide on to a plastic piece that travels up and down the shoulder strap. This is a tie - I like that the sliding shoulder strap way better than the preset buttons - but the T does not have a pocket to stuff the sunshade flap into. This, to me, is not a big deal, as I like to fidget with pulling the flap down and smoothing it over my toddler's back.
Pockets: The L wins here. The pocket is on the back of the toddler's back - much easier to access and use than the pocket than the one on the T, which is on the waist strap. It's challenging to reach down and under my baby's bum, then in towards my waist, to get to the pocket on the T. Did not like the pocket placement on the L and I don't use it - I purchased a flat running cell phone pack to wear on my waist sideways so that I can get to my phone better.
Back support: The L has a back support on the belt, the T does not.
Overall fit: For me, the T won tons here! I am apple shaped (currently overweight) and have narrow hips. I also have shortish torso - I often have to purchase petite sized tops. I don't know why, but the T felt HUGELY more comfortable to me. If you study the pictures, you can see that, even though the basic shape/construction is identical, the front, center panel is a bit shorter on the Tula than it is on the L. I imagine that it is this size difference that made a difference for me. So maybe smaller hipped women would like this fit better and larger hipped women the L better? I don't know. I just know that the L seemed to way on my shoulders more and pinch my lower back more, but the T did not. Even with the L's back support, the T felt way better. I even took the back support off the L and tried it on the T, making the T even MORE comfortable. And guess what? You can buy a Lillebaby toddler back support by itself on Amazon - so I will be purchasing one.
Ultimately, the Lillebaby had many more features that I like - but the fit stressed my back a bit. And fit is everything. You won't wear something that leaves you with back pain. So I went with the Tula. I even hike with it and some of the hikes are rigourous enough for me to need to use my hiking poles to cross streams and do some minor rock scrambles - and the Tula does well through all that. To be fair, the Lillebaby stood up to a hike well (especially with that mesh), but it hurt my back a little, so I returned it. But I know lots of happy Lillebaby owners, so it probably all comes down to your shape and preferences.
So both get 4 stars - the Lillebaby for it's features, but missing one start because it wasn't comfortable for me. The Tula gets 4 stars because I LOVE the comfort, but would like better features.
The price did make me hesitant, but I'm so glad that I decided to go for it anyways.
I also love that the weight limit goes to 45lbs which enables me to use it for my toddler as well.
The Forest House print is slightly girly, but not so much that my husband is uncomfortable wearing it.
I've used it for several hours on end and it's still as comfortable at the end of the day as it was at the beginning. With fibromyalgia I was concerned about the comfort of using it.
Given the option I would have skipped the Moby all together and gone with the Tula in a heartbeat!