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What's the difference between the DidyTai and DidyKlick?

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What's the difference between the DidyTai and DidyKlick?

Didymos DidyKlick (half-buckle) and DidyTai (meh dai)- what's the difference?

1. Waistbelt

The DidyTai meh dai has a soft waist-belt, no padding, the bottom of the panel can be adjusted with a toggle or by manually scrunching. It may be worn "apron" style or non apron style* and it is secured with a knot.

The DidyKlick half buckle has a soft padded waist belt. The panel adjust on the waist-belt with velcro and a toggle to narrow the base of the panel.

2. Panel

The DidyTai meh dai has a slightly smaller panel. 

The DidyKlick half buckle The bottom edges of the panel are padded (the part behind your little one's knees.)

3. The Hood

The hood, used for support and to hold your little one's head up while they are sleeping, is secured by straps and snaps on the DidyKlick half buckle, and by strings and toggles on the DidyTai meh dai.

4. Materials

The DidyKlick half buckle rolled out in early 2018, see the range of the collection here.

At present, the DidyTai meh dai is available in much larger variety of fabric an color styles. 
See the collection here: See the DidyTai collection here 


*with the whole front of the carrier against your legs when you tie it on, or with the waist-belt folded and part of panel against your legs when you tie it on

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