Boba Bliss Baby Carrier review

from Boba
RRP  £79.95
Boba Bliss

by Stephanie Spencer |
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Meet Boba's first-ever patented hybrid baby carrier: Boba Bliss. Crafted to carry your little one from birth to 18 months (7-35 lbs) with ease, the Boba Bliss will keep your baby calm, content, and connected like no other.

The patented technology brings together the best of both worlds — the ease of use and convenience of the Boba Baby Carriers and the soft containment of the Boba Wrap in one. No tying required!

Boba Bliss

Rrp: $79.99

Price: $59.98

Pros

  • Variety of colours
  • Adjustable
  • Perfect fit every time
  • Supportive and soft

Cons

  • multiple straps - can be confusing at first

Awards

Boba Bliss Baby Carrier

The Boba Bliss won Bronze in the Mother&Baby Awards 2024 for Best Baby Carrier/Sling or Back Carrier.

Testing the Boba Bliss Baby Carrier

I was previously using a stretchy wrap and had a more structured carrier ready for when my son was a bit bigger. The Boba Bliss is a brilliant combination of the two. It is super simple to put on and my husband is much more confident using this than the wrap we have.

My son felt very safe in it and happily slept for long periods. I love that it is still soft and stretchy like a wrap but the waist and buckles really make it easier to quickly get baby into the carrier, especially if they are mid-meltdown. The band's around-the-shoulder passes are a lovely feature, making it much easier to keep baby's airways clear when you are wearing them. The sling packs down quite small and fitted in my changing bag when needed.

This product has really helped with my daily tasks alongside being a mum. I am able to do things that I couldn’t do before if I was by myself such as washing up, hanging the washing out and lots more.

The ability to wear your baby gives you more time for chores, more time for playing with siblings, or more time for yourself! Little ones nap for longer when snug against you. No need to be battling with the pushchair on country walks or in busy supermarkets when you can pop them on you safe, secure and snug.

My baby was two months when I received this product and we still use it as a 7-month baby. I have found that it grows with them and is so adjustable. My son is 50th percentile and still fits comfortably.

I have recommended this sling to so many new parents and have even bought one for my sister who is expecting her first baby soon! It's really changed my life after using it.

Final thoughts

This Boba Bliss baby carrier is the perfect combination of a wrap and a carrier. It combines the ease of carrier straps taking away the confusion of tying, whilst also keeping the stretch and comfort of a wrap, making it easier to put on yourself.

All the straps are adjustable meaning the Boba Bliss fits all sizes as well, allowing you to adjust the carrier to what you find comfortable, whilst also distributing the weight to relieve pressure on your back and shoulders.

To top it off, there is also a range of colours to choose from, meaning you can choose one that will complement your wardrobe.

Stephanie Anthony is the Deputy Digital Editor at Mother&Baby and auntie to four aged 8 to 6 months old. With a particular interest in health, she loves discovering products that make parent’s lives easier.

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