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Infantino Wrap and Tie Baby Carrier, Black Blueberries


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  • 3 in 1 design
  • No buckles - just wrap, tie and go
  • Adjusts easily
  • Wide and comfortable padded straps
  • Perfect for carrying infants 8-35 pounds
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Item Weight975 g
Product Dimensions24.1 x 7.6 x 29.2 cm
Item model number151-426
  
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ASINB0036LMH5Q
Shipping Weight975 g
Date First AvailableMarch 16 2012
  
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105 of 106 people found the following review helpful
Love it--and so does my baby May 15 2010
By J. R. Fair - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this carrier when my daughter was about 4 weeks old; she's now 10 weeks old. I had a Moby that I borrowed from a friend but could never quite get to work, and my daughter hated being in it. I also have a Bjorn Active, but she seemed pretty precarious in that when she was so little.

This carrier is nearly perfect for infants. It's not quite as easy to put on as the Bjorn, but MUCH easier than the Moby, and it gives that nice snug fit that the Moby did. It's much lighter weight than the Bjorn, so it's easier on my back. I have the khaki-colored version, so I haven't had any problems with it showing dirt and dust. I wish the straps weren't so long (one size fits all), but I just wrap them around to my back and tie them again loosely. [I'm 5'4" and 145 lbs.] I think this carrier would fit most people. The fabric is thick, and the construction seems to be of good quality. It might be hot in hot weather, but most carriers are.

This has been a life saver. My daughter won't sleep anywhere except while being held. Now, once she's fed/diapered/etc and getting fussy (i.e., needs to sleep), I pop her in and walk around and sing. After a couple of minutes of fussing, she is sound asleep, sometimes for several hours. I can do a little light work around the house, plus I can sit and type at the computer (she's in the wrap right now).

*******Update 8/1/2010--my daughter is now almost 5 months old, and this carrier still works great with her facing me for her naps. She now weighs about 15 lbs, and it's not bad for a couple hours of use (especially if I can sit for part of the time). She starts to strain my back when I have to walk around with her for a couple of hours, but less so than when she is forward-facing in the Bjorn Active.

I have tried the face-out option, and it works OK, but I probable prefer to face her out in the Bjorn Active (it's quicker to put on). The Wrap and Tie is a little tall for her facing out, so I have to try to scrunch down the front, and I worry about her falling asleep and having her nose down in it. This carrier is definitely better than the Bjorn Active for facing-in naps (more support on the back of her neck so that her head doesn't flop around while she's sleeping). A friend is sending me her Ergo, so I will compare all three once I've tried it.

********Update 8/25/2010--Once I got the Ergo, I stopped using the Wrap and Tie. Both hold the baby snug and close to me, facing in, for sleeping. The Ergo is super easy to put on and great for my back. I am now an Ergo convert.

In summary---
1) Infantino Wrap and Tie: Pros = Great for little ones, facing in, for sleeping. Easier to put on than the Moby and yet keeps baby nice and snug. Can face baby out. Sturdy. Cheap (cheaper than other mei tai style carriers). Not bad on my back. Can ball it up and shove it in the diaper bag. Cons = harder to put on than Bjorn/Ergo, not as good as the Bjorn for facing out, not as good on the back as the Ergo.

2) Baby Bjorn (I have the Bjorn Active): Pros = My baby LOVES facing out when awake, and this is hands-down the best carrier for that. I put up with back pain to keep my baby happy. Cons: Not as good as the Wrap and Tie or Ergo for facing in/sleeping. Hurts my back to wear it for long (baby now ~15 lbs). Expensive.

3) Ergo: Pros = Quick and easy to put on, perfect for baby facing in/sleeping, cute little hood to put over her head to block out light while sleeping, AWESOME!!!! for my back. Cons = Expensive, baby can't face out. (My baby doesn't much like facing in while awake but she's getting used to it.)

When I go out, I usually take both the Ergo and the Bjorn with me in the car, and then pick whichever one is appropriate for my baby at the moment. If you have enough cash to drop on both (or better yet, can get them used or hand-me-down), get both and skip the Wrap and Tie. If you only have enough $ for one carrier, the Wrap and Tie might work.

*****final update--others have commented on the baby's face being smushed into their chest in the facing-in position. I haven't had a problem with this, but I frequently check my baby's neck position to make sure that her chin is tilted up a bit and her nose is pointing up a bit. It's easy to look down at her and reposition her head when appropriate. Also, I usually have her in with the binky in her mouth, which keeps her face off my chest as well.
35 of 37 people found the following review helpful
The Next Best Thing to a Wrap! April 19 2010
By shepuppy - Published on Amazon.com
I got this wrap for free from Infantino as a replacement product for the recalled bag sling (which I never used but sent back anyway). I had just bought a Beco baby carrier that I was not totally in love with, to replace my Moby Wrap. My one year old is way too heavy for a wrap and I was told Beco carriers were the best. I didn't like the Backpacky feel of the Beco from the start, it has straps and buckles and just doesn't have that 'Granola Mom' Feel to it. The moment i tried on the Infantino Wrap & Tie I was in love with it! It has the structure and weight capabilities of the Beco, Ergo or any other structured carrier on the market while maintaining that closeness and almost primal feel that the wraps provide. I LOVE it! I breastfed my one year old in it this afternoon and he fell asleep and i continued to do my cleaning and writing e-mails while he slept comfortably in the front carry. I went to Whole Foods later, did some shopping with him alseep in the front carry once again and then sat down and ate my lunch without waking him. It didn't play hell on my back and shoulders like my Peanut Shell sling. I would recommend this to anyone!
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
comfortable, easy April 26 2010
By M. Babcock - Published on Amazon.com
I originally purchased a Moby wrap, which I did not find comfortable or easy to use. I have also had a baby bjorn in the past and this carrier is significantly more comfy. I purchased this on impulse (and desperation due to being unhappy with my Moby) and it is much easier and much more secure and comfortable in comparison. I appreciate that the instructions are printed inside the sling, so you can't lose them. Yes, the shoulder straps are long, but they are on all mei tai style slings. The padding on the shoulder straps helps with comfort. The fabric itself is soft, but thick. My little one enjoys being close to me in this sling, and always ends up falling asleep in it. We began using this when she was about 8 1/2 lbs, although it definately became a better fit when she was close to 10 lbs. So far, I have comfortably carried her for 2-3 hours in this with no neck, shoulder or back strain noted. I would not hesitate to use the sling for say an outdoor arts fest or something where a stroller is inconvenient due to crowds. The only drawback in my opinion is that this sling would be very warm to wear in the summer, due to the weight of the fabric.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
LOVE IT! Sept. 18 2010
By sarahsvb - Published on Amazon.com
i love this thing. my kid loves it. my husband loves it. we wear it together everywhere we go. he is 7 1/2 months old and 20 lbs. we've been using it since he was 2 months old 12 lbs.
we also have a babybjorn but that kills my back. with the wrap&tie you can wear him facing in or out or on your back. we used the back-carrying option A LOT recently while on our first vacation with a baby. lots of walks and croquet with a baby strapped to our backs. i always wear it while shopping, and he usually falls asleep.

there are loops on the side where you are supposed to thread the straps through, but it's a little hard to do when you are rushing around and the baby is wiggling. so i usually (unless back-carrying) skip them. the fabric is a heavy cotton which does pick up some lint but does not slide or slip like some other fabrics.

while putting it on people always try to assist me, but i am usually finished tying the knot when they reach for a strap. so it really is quick once you get the hang of it. my husband even will use it when we're outside.

the back-carry option is easy to use too and I LOVE IT! i'm able to cook dinner (yay!) or clean up the house (hoorah!), and again, the baby usually falls asleep when against his cozy mama. (i am able to maneuver him onto my back alone. but its great to have a second set of hands the first couple of times. or a mirror at least.)

hope this helps.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Terrible for younger babies Aug. 11 2010
By Jessica D Weiss - Published on Amazon.com
I'm the mother of 3 children. I have considerable experience with baby carriers. I've owned half a dozen. I'm not a bulky stroller person. I have had a moby wrap, front/back carriers, slings, etc. This is my absolute least favorite for smaller babies. I keep trying it to give it a chance. My daughter is now over 13 pounds and we still can't get the thing to work, without her nearly suffocating against my chest. There is too much fabric and the child can't breath! And what's worse is this is the replacement I received for the sling that was suffocating newborns (which was recalled before my youngest was born).
The Snugli front/back carriers are much better. The Hotslings are awesome and super convenient. The sized and adjustable are both great, but be cautious of the sized ones. Some people need to go up a size from the recommended sizing. The moby is a great one too, but is a bit tricky to get the hang of because of the ties.
This may be better with much older children, but by then I'd prefer an umbrella stroller.

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