Tushbaby vs Babymust
Searching for a baby carrier that suits all your needs can feel overwhelming with so many options on the market. Plus, as a new parent, you want the best option for you and your baby. Since there’s enough on parents’ plates as it is, we’ve decided to help you out by comparing popular brands to Tushbaby’s hip seat carrier—so you can make the decision that’s best for you and be equipped with the right information. At Tushbaby, we keep it real, as there’s no sugar-coating how hard life with a baby can sometimes be.
Keep reading as we compare the Babymust vs Tushbaby hip seat carrier. Though similar at first glance, you’ll come to see the Tushbaby hip seat carrier truly checks all the boxes for safe, comfortable, and practical baby-wearing. Plus, it doubles as a breastfeeding pillow. So let’s compare.
Babymust vs Tushbaby
Table of Contents
- Tushbaby vs Babymust: supportive design
- Tushbaby vs Babymust: baby’s weight and age
- Tushbaby vs Babymust: carry positions
- Tushbaby vs Babymust: caregiver size
- Tushbaby vs Babymust: comfort
- Tushbaby vs Babymust: safety
- Tushbaby vs Babymust: maintenance and care
- Tushbaby vs Babymust: budget
Tushbaby vs Babymust: supportive design
Tushbaby: Tushbaby’s hip seat carrier is designed to provide the ultimate back and lumbar support while carrying, feeding, nursing, and even bonding with your baby—and it stores all your stuff while doing it. Designed by moms for parents just like you, Tushbaby was created with safety first and functionality as a must.
By strapping the Tushbaby hipseat high and tight above your natural waist, you decrease the pressure on your upper body, neck, and back. And better still, Tushbaby’s elevated seat supports healthy hip development for your baby by placing their hips and legs in the ‘M’ position.
Babymust: While the Babymust and Tushbaby look similar, and both feature an open-style design, we can attest that Tushbaby has been rigorously safety tested. The Babymust hip seat carrier is intended to keep your baby supported in a natural “M” position while relieving back and abdominal pressure for parents. Read Tushbaby’s certified reviews and Babymust reviews to determine which you prefer.
Tushbaby vs Babymust: baby’s weight and age
Tushbaby: The Tushbaby hip seat carrier can be used from infancy to 3 years of age, or up to 45 lbs. From 0-6 months, Tushbaby can be used as breast- or bottle-feeding support. Once your child can hold their head up independently, the Tushbaby can be used in 3 additional carrying positions, meaning four carry positions total are available where your child can hang out while you hold on.
Babymust: The Babymust hip seat is said to be used for babies from 8-66 lbs. Much like the Tushbaby, some of the carrying options are only safe once your baby can hold their head up on their own.
Tushbaby vs Babymust: carry positions
Tushbaby: As we mentioned, the Tushbaby carrier’s versatility allows it to be used in various developmental stages with its four carry positions. Your baby will have plenty of ways to stay comfortable, from face-to-face carrying, side carrying, front-facing, and even in the feeding position.
In the newborn phase, much of your time will be spent feeding your baby. Allow the Tushbaby to help you prevent shoulder pain while carrying baby and feeding your baby. In the feeding position, you’ll have plenty of support for a safe feeding posture, whether you’re breast or bottle feeding.
Babymust: Babymust markets five ways to carry your baby. These include facing out, facing in, horizontal positions, side carrying, and incline position. The designs of these two carriers are similar, but the difference lies in the brand behind them.
Tushbaby vs Babymust: caregiver size
Tushbaby: The Tushbaby carrier is designed to accommodate caregivers of many shapes and sizes with its adjustable waistband. Tushbaby’s waistband is designed to fit 23-44 inch waists—if you’re looking for a baby carrier for plus size moms and caregivers, the waistband extender can be purchased separately to add up to 23 extra inches around the waist.
Speaking of size, let's talk bust. Because the Tushbaby solely wraps around the waist, it’s the perfect carrier for large busts. Let your tatas and your baby breathe without added wraps or straps covering your chest.
Babymust: The Babymust can accommodate caregivers with a waist of 25-51 inches. Babymust also offers a waistband extender, which can be added for a total of 63 inches of waist length (a few inches shorter than the Tushbaby and extender would allow). Those few extra inches matter for plus-size parents as you don’t want your carrier poking painfully at your sides.
Tushbaby vs Babymust: comfort
Tushbaby: One of the biggest advantages of the Tushbaby carrier is how comfortable it is, no matter who wears it. You can carry your child longer and more comfortably with a streamlined hipseat made from high-quality materials, and enjoy the relief of evenly distributing your baby’s weight across your body.
And have we mentioned there are no complicated straps or heavy fabric? This is a huge plus to get you through any season. Extra baby clothing layers? No problem. You won’t have to fit them in a strappy carrier they can slide out of in that slippery winter coat. Hot summer day? Enjoy the extra breeze without any heavy fabrics over you and your baby. Plus, your baby will get to rest their bottom on a plush, multifunctional seat so you can both enjoy babywearing.
Babymust: The Babymust is marketed to be comfortable with a padded waistband and abdominal support. With similar designs, you’re probably wondering which of the two carriers is more comfortable. We can say for sure that Tushbaby is extremely comfortable, and you don’t just have to take our word for it: check out our glowing reviews and product backing from happy customers and parents just like you!
Tushbaby vs Babymust: safety
Tushbaby: The Tushbaby hipseat carrier has been approved by global-wide safety standards and verified through SGS testing—a world-leading inspection, testing, and verification company. At Tushbaby, we know how important safety is for parents, which is why we are sure to highlight these safety certifications and reviews on our product page.
Babymust: With Babymust, we can’t say for certain how the product has been tested or safety certified. Though no safety certifications are mentioned on the product page, Babymust highlights their non-slip padded seat for safe babywearing. Tushbaby’s anti-slip fabric patch is just one of the many excellent components of our safety-certified hipseat.
Tushbaby vs Babymust: maintenance and care
Tushbaby: As with anything your baby sits in, it’s bound to need some TLC after a few uses. Tushbaby maintenance is simple. No matter what hits that seat (spit up, milk, mom’s latte, you name it) the Tushbaby can be easily cleaned as it’s machine washable. Just remove the plastic insert, throw it in a cold wash, then lay it flat to dry. For our Black and Sand vegan leather Tushbabies, simply wipe down as needed.
Pro tip: Don’t forget to empty those storage pockets first.
Babymust: Though not highlighted on the Babymust site, the Amazon posting of the Babymust outlines that the product is ‘hand wash’ only. Since the Tushbaby is machine washable, this can be a big factor in making your purchase decision as a busy parent.
Tushbaby vs Babymust: budget
Tushbaby: With the four different ways you can carry your baby, plus the ability to stash your stuff, Tushbaby provides you with a whole lot of value no matter your budget. Plus, it doubles as a breastfeeding pillow, so you can use it even more.
When you’re not using Tushbaby, simply fold it up to keep it organized and out of the way, saving space for all the other necessities your baby needs. The Tushbaby carrier has five storage pockets which means you can carry your kid, stash your stuff, and save your back—talk about a great bang for your buck. For just $85, you can simplify your life with the Tushbaby—and you can’t put a price on that!
Babymust: The Babymust product ranges from $41.99-$49.99. Though cheaper than the Tushbaby, there really is no price tag that can be put on your baby’s safety.
While safety is a top priority for Tushbaby, so is functionality. This is why our Tushbaby hip seat is designed with five functional storage pockets and elastic loops to carry your baby’s favorite toy or Paci. That’s right, keep your baby’s Paci close and clean with the Tushbaby Paci Pod—as many parents can attest (and are not proud to admit) pacifiers can often end up in dirty jacket pockets or at the bottom of a bag covered in crumbs. Not ideal when your baby is screaming and needs some comfort. The Paci Pod can give you peace of mind and certainty that you’ve got that sucker close and handy for when your baby needs it most.
At Tushbaby, we are a company that sees our customers and understands what they need. Therefore, all of our products will prioritize quality, safety, practicality, and your needs. We recognize other top baby brands on the market and thank them for all they are doing. Read into products before ordering, consider your lifestyle, and choose what is best for you and your family. Happy shopping (just make a decision before the baby wakes up).