Lenny Lamb Little Pearl Chameleon
After I could already test the buckle Onbuhimo of Lenny Lamb in both sizes, I now had the opportunity to test a sling of the manufacturer. I already had a group sling from Lenny Lamb here for some time, now I was curious how this sling can be tied.Overview of the baby sling from Lenny Lamb
- Manufacturer: Lenny Lamb
- Model: Little Pearl Chameleon
- Color: black, dark green, purple, pink
- Size: 6
- Material: 100% cotton
- basis weight: 240g/m²
Information about the cloth and the manufacturer
Lenny Lamb is now a large Polish manufacturer of various carrying options. In addition to slings and ring slings, various baby carriers, baby blankets and carrying accessories are available in the store. Also in German stores are increasingly sold the products of Lenny Lamb.
The Little Pearl Chameleon sling is the first of its kind. I suspect, however, that the sling will soon be available in other color combinations. The so-called pearl weave, makes the color elements on the black background actually appear like small pearls. In addition, it seems to be pleasant to the touch.
The subtle color gradient looks very classy. I could imagine that the cloth would also look great in very bright colors. New the cloth in Gr.6 costs about 102€. Thus, it is in the medium to low price segment for slings.
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I tested the Little Pearl Chameleon sling from Lenny Lamb with my 3 year old son and the demo dolls from the consultations. Tightening went very well with both weight classes, as I expected. I was able to hold the sling well and it did not slip in my hand. With my son, however, it went a little easier. Still the sling seems a bit stiff, but this will certainly change with regular use.
The weight of my son distributed well on my shoulders, although here, as with almost all slings, I would rather prefer multi-layer binding methods, because they support better. With the newborn dolls, the fabric bunched up a bit in the back of my knees, which is due to the thickness of the sling, as well as the weave. I suspect that would become less when the cloth is worn more. Overall, though, it tied well even with the lighter weight.
I did not wash the sling, but suspect that this would not be a problem with the sling I tested. Cotton as a material is generally very robust and easy to clean.
Conclusion about the baby sling Little Pearl Chameleon
The Little Pearl Chameleon baby sling has a good price-performance ratio. I could not see any weaving faults or other quality defects. The colors would be a bit dark for me personally, however, it looks really classy because of that and the weave. For newborns I find it not quite optimal, but later it is a very versatile sling, which can be used for a long time.