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Boba Wrap

Boba Wrap

4.7 from 33 reviews · View Statistics
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33 reviews
    • 8 reviews

    I can never work it


    I bought this when my baby was newborn, but I haven't really used it because even after trying MANY MANY times, I can never get it to support his weight properly, and it quickly becomes uncomfortable for either one of us. I love the generosity of the wrap, and the fabric is lovely and breathable. If I could get it to wrap nicely on me I would love it! I am much happier with my Baby Bjorn One carrier.

    • 2 reviews
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    Not sure of quality


    I loved my boba wrap with my newborn, but it was quite thick and my daughter and I got hot so easily.

    After prolonged use, a small hole appeared next to the label and made me quite suspicious of the quality of this wrap. Googled it and found it to be quite a common problem. Next time I may buy something made in countries other than China.

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    • 21 reviews



    I was excited the first time i wore it as my newborn fell asleep instantly and i was able to get on with jobs. I wore it the next day to a shopping centre and he became very upset because it was so hot in this (even in the airconditioning). I havent worn it since, but i might try again in winter.
    Baby fell asleep quickly
    Leaves your hands free
    Far too hot for QLD (even in aircon)
    Too hard to put on

    Questions & Answers


    How do you use the baby wrap therefore I don't have instructions how to do so.

    3 answers
    Harrisons Mum
    Harrisons Mum

    It doesn't come with instructions. I found a tutorial on YouTube. It's a two part video and I had to watch it 20 times before I got it down pat. It's easy after that though. Search sleepy wrap on YouTube. The video I watch is called "EASY Sleepywrap (baby wrap) Instructions but there are a heap on there. Hope this helps.


    I did the same as above. YouTube is full of videos of parents putting babies in wraps! I recommend practising with a doll first :-)


    Ditto, I had the instructions and found YouTube gave me more detail & different ways to wrap.

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    • Suitable for babies 3.63kg to 15.87 kg.
    • Made from 95% French Terry cotton and Spandex
    • One size fits all
    • Machine washable

    What parents liked about the Boba Wrap:

    • Soft and comfortable material, while also being supportive
    • Spreads weight evenly, so you don’t get back pain, which sometimes happens while wearing a carrier

    Some tips from parents about the Boba Wrap:

    • It takes a few times to practice tying the wrap before you get the hang of it
    • Can quickly get hot wearing this in summer
    • Often cheaper to buy second hand (as opposed to $74.90 bought new).
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