Thanks for posting it, I've seen it now =)
I love the look of it, seems very cozy and indeed seems to fit well.
I'd probably only use it for the first few months, or for short trips to down after 3 months then. Not keen on constant readjusting.
Had a google yesterday and found a moby vs. boba review. The person who wrote it seemed to much prefer the boba over the moby, due to the fact it has some elasticity to it. Apparently it's much easier to put on comfortably and get a young child in to while ending up with a snug fit. Must admit the way she talked about it it did sound much easier to have it fit snug first then pull open and get kiddie in instead of needing a 'pouch' first, which apparently is needed with the moby.
That said, the moby does seem to get a lot of positive reviews too.
I think, as a starter to wraps though, that the Boba sounds like one I'd enjoy more.
If my second is anything like my first I should have quite a while. She was tiny and remained so for ever (she still is).
Like the fact it's hard wearing too, might look for a second hand one rather than new. If not, I don't plan on reselling anyway so it would get used until we were done (hopefully a few babies from now).
I have both - I used moby with my son and a boba with my daughter. I like the boba better for snuggle and closeness. It is stretchier so a bit easier to use and easier to pop in and out. But because of this it started sagging earlier. The moby lasted longer and I can still carry LO in it comfortably because it is thicker with less stretch so more supportive (though I rarely carry her in it - I do mostly back carries which you can't do with a stretchy). I also find the moby warmer to wear generally.
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