Choosing whether to get a Wrap, Ring sling or Meh Dai? Here we list each feature side by side for your easy reference and comparison, and each has its pro’s and con’s which in the end, it entirely depends on one’s preference too.

Woven wrap

Ring Sling

Meh Dai Carrier
LongevityYou can wear the same wrap of your base size for newborn up to toddlers, even preschooler.One size fits newborn up to toddler, although it’s best for small babies.Daiesu standard size fits from 1 month to probably 3years
Amount of fabricLong (for base size, more than 4meter), wrapping outside may cause tails to touch the groundShort (less than 2meter) therefore compact to store inside purse when not wearing.Long cloth and straps. Wearing outside may cause straps to touch the ground.
Learning curveMedium. FWCC is the basic carry which takes practice to master, but once you know it, it will be easy.Easy, with some tips and tricks to have deep seat and snug positionEasy. Body panel comes with shoulder straps and waist straps; easy to tie
Weight distributionTwo shoulders wearing so weight is more distributed and balanced.One shoulder wearing therefore may give strain for shoulder during long wearing and/or bigger kidsTwo shoulders wearing so weight is more distributed and balanced. Lightly padded shoulder straps give more comfort to wearer.
VarietyWith a wrap, you can back carry, and many styles of carry you can explore.Tummy-to-tummy and hip carry position. Not recommended for back carry.Front and back carry. Easy to get high back carry with a Meh Dai