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Charlie Banana 6 Reusable Diapers 12 Inserts Set, Unisex, Small


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  • Perfume free, chlorine free, chemical free
  • The inner layer is made of soft fleece which is hypoallergenic and stain free
  • Hybrid option to use a washable insert or a disposable insert
  • 1% will be donated to Operation Smile
  • Helps reduce waste
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Charlie Banana 6 Reusable Diapers 12 Inserts Set, Unisex, Small + Charlie Banana Disposable Inserts In Bag, Natural, 32-Count + Bumkins Flushable Diaper Liner, Neutral, 100 Pack
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Product Description

Size: Small

This charlie banana™ 2-in-1 eco diapering system super value pack contains 6 diapers with 12 washable inserts. color included white, periwinkle, red, orange, yellow, baby blue. size small: fitting newborns up to 4-6 months depending on the baby size. hybrid option to use a washable insert or a disposable insert. charlie banana™ diaper adjust to your baby ever changing feature with a safe snap system. great for everyday and overnight use our inserts are highly absorbent making charlie banana™ 2-in1 reusable diapering sytem a trusted choice by mothers all over the world. if you always wanted to try a cloth diaper, this is the one and you will love its inovative design. for additional information on how to use it visit our website. disposable inserts sold separetly.

Product Details

Size: Small
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 7.8 x 10.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0040J1QZA
  • Item model number: -0042
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,091 in Baby (See Top 100 in Baby)
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They feel so soft and are very adjustable.
SgtWifey
I've tried a lot of other pocket diapers for my boy/girl twins (FuzziBunz, BumGenius, TweedleBugs, Blueberry, Sunbaby, Wahmies) and I like Charlie Banana the best.
twinmom
I haven't had any leaks out the top, but did have a disaster pouring out of the leg holes once.
Gracie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

84 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Blue Lemon on May 7, 2011
Size Name: Small
I've been cloth diapering my boy since he was a newborn and we have a supply of Bum Genius (older versions and the new 4.0), Fuzzibuns One-Size, and Charlie Banana One-size. They all work well but I really like the construction of the Charlie Banana diaper. Charlie Bananas, as people have said, are basically just like Fuzzibuns except they have an interior flap that lets you use either the cloth insert or a disposable insert (which is nice when you're out - no need to take home heavy, soggy inserts after a change). The interior of CB's is softer than the others, and the gathering at the legs (which is key for preventing leaks) just feels more sturdy. I have a couple well-used Bum Genius diapers and one of the problems is that the leg gathering starts to stretch and loosen, leaving gaps that cause leaks. The Charlie Bananas (and Fuzzibuns) let you adjust the legs to keep the leg openings snug, thus preventing leaks.

All that said, kids are shaped differently and what works for my chunky baby may not work for your stringbean. If I were a new mom just starting to cloth diaper, I'd buy one or two of each of the good ones (Bum Genius, Fuzzibuns, and Charlie Banana -- I'm not a fan of Happy Heinys) before committing to investing in just one type of diaper.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Claire on June 29, 2011
Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I recently switched from only using prefolds and covers to using pocket diapers. Now I understand that some people don't understand why anyone would use pocket diapers that they would have to wash the cover every time and it is less economical, but I was forced to when my son turned 8 months. He got a case of the wigglies and it has never gone away. Diaper changes became a battle of trying to get him to lay still long enough to carefully fold the prefold and then add the cover. With pocket diapers I can now put the diaper on him standing up if need be and no need to worry about two pieces instead of just one, (also the babysitter can now change him without having to resort to disposables, some people just can't get the concept of folding prefolds correctly). That said I purchased the Charlie Banana Mediums and a set of the one size. The one size is so much better. The fit is easier to adjust and I don't have any leaking problems that I do with the mediums. Actually only a few of the mediums leak but when they do it is in a big way. The legs on the mediums just don't seem to be tight enough and I have tried adjusting it a few ways to make the fit better but it ends up making the waist too tight instead. So if the choice is between the two spend the extra $10-$20 and get the one size.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SgtWifey on March 1, 2011
Size Name: Small Verified Purchase
I must say that all of the reviews that I have read about this product are true!!! They feel so soft and are very adjustable. Give it a try... especially if you are breastfeeding. I say that because of the 20 bm's that baby has while breastfeeding! it will save money and your childs bum.
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26 of 36 people found the following review helpful By D. Vandernoot on November 15, 2010
Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
Just got my set of these and I love them! I'm a Fuzzy Bunz (FB) fan but saw these and wanted to give them a try. They are very much like FB Pocket diapers except better constructed (my opinion). They have same snap system only extra snaps for overlapping. Also pocket is stuffed in the front instead of back and there is a flap over the top unlike FB which have an open end which seems to me unfinished. The fabric on these also seems a little thicker and higher quality. Sizing and fit seems to be pretty much the same as FB.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amy B on May 15, 2013
Size Name: Small
When my son was born and I started cloth diapering, I liked my Charlie Bananas; in fact, I would have rated them highly. What changed in the last year and half? Well, turns out that these diapers aren't meant to last very long. Treat them as long-term disposables, because they'll be ready for the garbage before you know it. In my stash I have Charlie Banana, FuzziBunz, Blueberry and BumGenius; all of my other diapers are holding up well (heck, it's only been a year and a half since I began to use them!) and yet my Charlie Bananas are falling apart. I was getting concerned when I noticed the elastic stretching and I have only adjusted them three times. In comparison, the FuzziBunz elastic, which is also adjustable, is holding firm and springy. I fear they will be kaput soon. Unfortunately, this is not my biggest problem, the biggest problem is that the waterproof lining is peeling and ripping on many of my diapers. This renders them virtually useless unless you don't mind a sopping baby. The one year warranty the company offers is no good after a year and a half, and just to make sure, I tried contacting them. I basically got a "that's too bad, you're SOL" response. Not only that, they blamed me for not taking care of my diapers properly. Now this made me upset; I have followed the suggested care for cloth diapers and have tried to make sure they would last through all of my kids. They haven't even lasted through the first and Charlie Banana seems very unconcerned that their product doesn't stack up to the rest.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ab on October 11, 2013
Size Name: Small
i've used these diapers for 19 months. no leaks, no matter how big the blow-up. they are very easy to size and put on also. Only problem i have with them is: as soon as my son became a toddler and began eating more and more foods that stain/smell - the fleece pockets do not ever smell clean. I have tried everything, and they are turning grey and have a funky odor, no matter how many cycles i put them through (4 or 5 even) and no matter how much detergent (even adding oxyclean periodically). it could be because its all synthetic and showing age/wear. i dont know. but now that they have a bad smell to them that never goes away - i feel like they're never clean. i might buy a few cotton/woolcover dipes and see how they do. i have no idea how these moms sell their stashes after their kids are potty trained... i could never sell these diapers second-hand to anyone. not even for $1
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