I haven't had any problems with this cover. I don't use it a ton but it serves its purpose when I need it.
Reviewed by: Katrina Fain from New Mexico.
Great for public feeding
I love my Udder cover and use it pretty often. I am an active mama and find this discreet for nursing when I am in public or when we have a lot of company at home. It also folds up pretty easily and fits into a side pocket on my diaper bag without any trouble.
Reviewed by: Amy Wolff from Fort Wayne, IN.
good for what I needed
The length of this cover was perfect for covering me and Baby, even when he was squirmy. (Other covers were too short to allow for squirming.) I didn't use it much for nursing, though. My primary use has been to cover up while pumping while away from home. My only complaint is that the fabric is not very breathable, so it gets pretty toasty underneath (which is not good when combined with a very-warm, nursing baby).
Reviewed by: Lonnilei Kunnemann from Indiana.
These covers do the job, and are fine for newborns, but the cloth is thin and the width is just enough for when they are little, or when you're at home, but once my baby was 4-5 months, she could pull it off. The metal ring can slide a little too easily and the rigid neckline looses its shape in a few months. They are fine if you don't plan to use them very often.
Reviewed by: Janeane from Connecticut.
They are made from cheap material with very poor quality. Don't waste a penny on this crappy product. I used it for less than 6 months and the hard and very sharp plastic bone came out of the neck ring. I contacted their customer service and they said it is normal wear and tear and would not exchange it.