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Kol Kol Meh Dai – review, features & usage

This was our first Meh Dai experience and we found it as complicated as it looks! I would say it is somewhere between a wrap and the full buckle carrier.
Love that this carrier is so airy. The fabric is very soft and Baby and the wearer can be comfortable even for long durations wih no pain in the back or hip.

At Santa Monica pier wearing baby V

However, the wearing is complicated and one needs an extra pair of hands to wear the baby. Even more than wearing, removing the baby is even more stressful, especially if the baby needs to be removed asap.
The hood is great if baby wants to nap. Baby V had a good 2 hour long nap while we walked around the Walk of fame.
Maybe it could be mastered after enough practice but the baby seems to get frustrated if he has to wait too long or is uncomfortable in the process.
I’m not sure if we will buy this in the near future.
Read my reviews on Soul ring sling and Kol Kol ring sling.
Much love,
Mama Dee

I received this Meh Dai as part of Kol Kol travel program. I was in no way compensated by Kol Kol for this post. The review is based on our personal experience with wearing our baby in this carrier.
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17 thoughts on “Kol Kol Meh Dai – review, features & usage

  1. With so many baby carriers in the market, every mom goes through the trouble of selecting any one. I underwent a similar discomfort of getting the baby out with a different brand baby carrier, totally get you!

  2. I’ve, unfortunately never used a baby carrier. But I’m definitely going to share your review with moms who are tugging their babies on their arms and crying out in pain!

  3. I used a full buckle baby carrier for both my kids and was very happy with the results. This one that you have reviewed looks very comfortable and also complicated. Your balanced review is much appreciated.

  4. I feel the same. I love the coziness it offers, but it’s a bit of a task to wear it and take it off, especially in public spaces and even more so if you are alone with the baby. But I’d definitely use a Meh Dai for some snuggles at home. 🙂

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