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Where can you purchase baby slings in Hong Kong?

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    stephchoy is offline Registered User
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    Feb 2003
    Hong Kong

    Question Where can you purchase baby slings in Hong Kong?

    Does anyone know where to buy baby slings in Hong Kong? Is the only way through ordering them on the internet? If so, appreciate it if anyone could forward me the website for them. I already have a Sling Ezee but would like to get one of those batik slings, which are more suitable for warm Hong Kong weather.


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    Mona is offline Registered User
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    May 2003
    Hong Kong

    I have seen fabric slings at the Babies R Us and Eugene Club both located in Windsor House in Causeway Bay.

    Alternatively, the La Leche League also sells one specific brand which I can't recall the brandname. Maybe you can check with them.

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    stephchoy is offline Registered User
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    Hong Kong

    Thanks, Mona,

    I just checked with someone from the LLL as well and they do sell both the Nojo brand as well as Batik Slings.

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    LLL_Sarah is offline Registered User
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    Feb 2003
    Hong Kong

    La Leche League in Hong Kong currently have two types of slings for sale.

    Dr Sears Collection, Babysling Cradle

    Price HK$250
    Only available in navy blue with white stripes along the padding.
    Comes with an instructional booklet.

    Designed by Dr. Sears to foster the physical and emotional closeness of "attachment parenting," the Babysling Cradle lets you carry your baby (up to 20 pounds) in comfort and safety. The fabric sling with its extra-padded elastic railing nestles baby in a natural position. Four positions accommodate Mother and Baby.

    (We have recently changed from selling the Original Baby Sling to the Babysling Cradle because we found that the Original Baby Sling was too big for most mothers in Hong Kong.) gives a picture of this product.

    Maya Wrap Sling

    Price HK$400
    Available in lots of different colours
    Comes with an instructional video or DVD

    Convenient and easy to use.
    Holds children from birth to 35 pounds.
    Can be used for discreetly nursing baby.
    Distributes weight more evenly, and is more comfortable and versatile than front baby-carriers.
    Fits easily in a diaper bag or under a jacket.
    100% cotton and machine washable.
    Can be used as a shopping cart harness.
    Baby can be carried on hip, back, facing front or laying down. is the official web site (but I couldn’t get it to work just now)

    I’ve found number of small pictures showing the different ways to use the sling on this site,

    If you are interested in any of these slings please contact:
    Sarah 2548-7636 (Mid-levels)
    Tanja 2259-3081 (Discovery Bay)
    Maggie 2779-6955 (Lam Tin, Kowloon)
    E-mail to: [email protected]

    Best wishes,

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    loupou is offline Baby Guru
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    Mar 2003
    New Territories

    BB carriers ~ HK$ 50

    I used the Nojo fabric slings until our BBs were about 3 months old, then I switched to a "modified" Chinese style one that you can buy at almost any wet-market for about $HK 50.

    I like them because you can wear them front and back; they are easy to get in and out of; and you can use them up to about 2 years old (longer of you're baby isn't very heavy). They also have a pocket which is convenient for carrying your wallet and/or Octopus card.

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