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    Default Baby wearers..where to sell carriers?

    I have a Bamberoo SV carrier I need to sell but they are not the sort of thing that really sell on eBay. Can someone point me in the direction of where I can try to sell it? {text removed by Moderator}
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    Facebook 'Baby Wearing Buy Swap Sell Group'

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    Try your local baby wearing Facebook group

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    I just googled, is that a mei tai style carrier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    It is a mei tai with a sola veil panel
    Are they any good? What difference does the panel make? I am really leaning towards a mei tai style carrier but I would be buying based off reviews.

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    Thanks for the suggestions. I will look up the Facebook page.
    Mine is a toddler sized SSC. I love it and hate to get rid of it but it's really just taking up space now. DD is 3.5 and on the occasion that she lets me carry her I tend to grab my Boba. The Bamberoo is super comfy though and pretty

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    Thanks again...I just posted on that Facebook group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    I actually think a mei tai can be a better carrier than a structure one like an ergo. Reason being it is adjusted everytime you wear it to fit you and this is done easily. Where with the ergo it is quite tedious to adjust it properly for each wearer. I believe (and the OP would know best) that the panel is about providing a cool (as in temp) way of wearing but I haven't actually got any experience with this actual carrier itself. OP can you help?
    Yes the solar veil is a mesh panel & hood, makes it much easier/cooler to babywear in QLD! I have a FB & they're great!

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    I have never actually tried a MT carrier so I can't compare but have had heaps of SSC including two with the solar veil. For me they are really comfortable and easy to use but it's best if you can try before you buy. I love the solar veil for summer and find it really does make a difference. I still get a sweaty back but bub seems much more comfortable.


 

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