The Didy Meh-Dai (previously known as DidyTai) is an easy to use wrap conversion carrier made by Didymos. Attached to the rectangular body panel are two short waist straps and two long wrap-style shoulder straps. The wide shoulder straps wrap tightly around your shoulders and spreads baby’s weight evenly across your back. The absence of buckles allows the fabric to mould comfortably around you and your baby’s body.
Didy Meh-Dai model Silver made from a sturdy doubleface fabric.
The natural white and grey cotton create a classy look. The inherent diagonal stretch allows the fabric to adapt to all sizes and many carries.
- Supports ergonomic knee-to-knee healthy hip position
- Suitable from birth until about 18 months
- Base can be cinched using the drawstring to accommodate newborn
- Can be used for front (inward facing), hip and back carry
- Made from woven wrap
- 100% organic cotton
- Machine washable
- Made in Germany
How to tie: https://www.didymos.com/content/uploads/2016/02/Bindeanleitung_DidyTai.pdf (printed version is provided with each Didy Meh-dai)
Fabric density: 240 g/m²
Colours: Silver Grey
All raw materials come from controlled biological cultivation and spinning and dying is done in certified companies only. The fabric is not treated chemically either before or after manufacture.
Shoulder straps: length about 200-220 cm, width about 33 cm.
Waist straps: length 85-90 cm, width 9-12 cm
Body panel: height about 68 cm (incl. head rest), width about 42 cm, base adjustable from 20 to 42 cm.
All indications are approximate and measured on a new and unwashed Didy Meh-Dai. The Didy Meh-Dai will shrink 4-5 cm after the first wash.
Washing: machine washable (place in pillowcase or laundry bag) till 60°C, spin-dry in gentle cycle.
Keen to try it out or have any questions about this? Drop us a message. We are certified babywearing educators. Fitting appointments can be arranged, conducted at our home office (Telok Blangah). Each purchase comes with a complimentary fitting session (transport charges apply for house calls).