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Natalie Clauss

DidyTai and DidyKlick - What's different?

The German manufacturer Didymos has had the DidyTai carrier in its range since 2008. Since last year, there is now also the further development of this carrying aid, the DidyKlick. But where are the differences? In this short article I would like to briefly compare the two baby carriers.

The belly strap

Aufnahme der Bauchgurte der beiden Tragehilfen.

A big difference between the carriers is the belly strap. The DidyTai lacks any padding and is knotted at the back. Compared to the DidyKlick, it is a little wider, but this is not noticeable due to the knot. The waist belt is firmly sewn to the back part here.

The DidyKlick is a soft, padded abdominal belt, although this may soon be replaced by a firmer abdominal belt. The belly strap is closed on the side with a buckle on the padding. The back part is not sewn tightly to the belly strap, the belly strap runs through a drawstring of the back part.

The bar adjustment

Aufnahme der Stegeinstellungsmöglichen beider Tragehilfen.

The DidyTai is changed in the web width by knots in the drawstring. This knot can easily slip through the hole because the "buffer" is missing if the knot is not large enough.

The web adjustment on the DidyKlick can be adjusted in two different ways. First, there is still a drawstring, but now with a "stopper" so that the adjustment is easier and the knot can not slip through. This drawstring is much higher and intended for adjustment with a newborn. In addition, the carrier can be adjusted in the width of the bar using Velcro on the waist belt.

The back section

The back part length of the DidyKlick is a little bit longer than that of the DidyTai. This is due to the width of the strap attachment on the back section, which is a bit wider on the DidyKlick. With the DidyKlick, I also have extra padding in the fabric at the back of the child's knees, which is missing from the DidyTai. On the DidyTai, the back section also extends a little bit beyond the waist belt.

The headrest

The head support of the DidyTai is a little longer than that of the DidyKlick. In both carriers, it can be gathered by means of drawstrings. On the DidyTai, it is attached to the straps by the drawstrings; on the DidyKlick, there are press-stud straps at this point.

The straps

Aufnahme der Träger im Vergleich, wie sie am Rückenteil angenäht sind.

As described above, the straps are attached to the back part in different widths. In general, however, the width of the straps is the same. Both have no padding. With both carrying aids, however, the DidyPad could now be used in addition, whereby the carrier would be narrow and padded on the shoulder.

You can read my experiences with the two carrying aids soon in the respective test reports.

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