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Recent Customer Reviews in Backpacks & Carriers

  • HugaMonkey Baby Pouch Sling

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    use when carriage use is a problem

    Oct 25, 2012

    xjeanne  from Austin, Texas, Rating:4.0

    I got the sling to help transport my 5 month old grandson, while leaving at least one of my arms free. We hike a lot on trails that are often inappropriate for carriages. The sling is good for short hikes of one two miles. It is comfortable to wear, and since the child often falls asleep in it, I assume it's comfortable for the babe.

  • Hug A Monkey Back sling

    Apr 4, 2010

    tntmom1026  from Chambersburg, PA, Rating:5.0

    The hug a monkey back-sling was exactly what my daughter-in-law and son were looking for. I was having a difficult time finding one that they could both use, one that wasn't all flowery. This one was perfect being of solid color and coming in different sizes as they are both over 6 foot tall. Wonderful product. Great customer service!

  • Mar 8, 2010

    afoster9  from Arizona, Rating:4.0

    This was a good purchase but it runs a bit small. I'd order a size up next time.

  • not what I expected

    Apr 12, 2011

    foxhillfiddler  from Roanoke, VA, Rating:2.0

    I did not realize that this is a loop of fabric- one cannot take it of by unfastening, only by pulling it off over one's head or dropping it down to one's feet and stepping out of it. This presents a problem when the baby falls asleep and I want to lay her in her crib without waking her. Previously I have used slings which either tied or used 2 sliding rings, allowing for size adjustments and easier removal- I will look for a replacement in one of those older styles.

  • May 13, 2010

    tlkshopper  from Fort Lauderdale, FL, Rating:1.0

    This is exactly the type of sling not to buy. The baby, if fully inside wrap, is squished into ball like a rolly-polly. I had to check the whole time I had my daughter in it to see if she was breathing. There is also no way to expand when the baby grows. Don't waste your money like I did. There are much better options out there.

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