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Flip Individual: 1 One-Size Snap Closure Diaper Cover & 1 One-Size Stay-Dry Insert - Blossom

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Blossom
  • Patent pending leak-proof reusable outer shell with form fitting elastic to prevent leaks.
  • Patent pending comfy butterfly closure, feature that is unique to cloth diapers made by Cotton Babies, with durable snaps to help keep diapers on older babies.
  • No stuffing involved just tuck insert under flaps and go.
  • Stay-Dry Insert wicks away moisture from your baby.
  • 3x3 snap system adjusts to fit most babies from 7 - 35 pounds.
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Product Information

Color: Blossom
Technical Details
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions2.5 x 6.5 x 8 inches
UPC879860008408
Minimum weight recommendation7 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation35 Pounds
Material TypePolyester
material_compositionCover Outer: %100 Polyester, Cover Tabs: %95 Polyester, 5% Spandex, Stay-Dry Insert Stay-Dry Layer: %100 polyester, Stay-Dry Insert Absorbent Layer: %80 polyester, 20% polyamide
Material freeBPA Free, Phthalate Free, Latex Free, Lead Free
Care instructionsWash hot, line dry cover, tumble dry insert. No laundry additives or softeners.
Number of items2
Best usesCloth Diaper
  
Additional Information
ASINB003TXZPTG
Best Sellers Rank #84,079 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces
  
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Product Description

Color: Blossom

Why Flip™?
Cloth diapering has never been so easy!

TOSS the used insert into your diaper pail
REPLACE the insert with a clean one
REUSE the cover. The one-size cover and insert adjusts to fit most babies from 7-35 pounds.

Absorbency?
Flip™ Stay-Dry liners are made of 3 absorbent layers of microfiber and a smooth stay-dry suede that wicks away moisture from your baby's bum - keeping baby drier, longer

Overnight
We recommend using two inserts when diapering a toddler or heavy wetter overnight. Extra inserts sold separately.

Each set includes a one-size cover, and a one-size Stay-Dry insert.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I use prefolds mostly and I love the prefolds in the flip diaper cover.
Ortho Intern
The stay dry cover on the reusable insert works very nicely to keep my baby's skin dry and there are many snaps to adjust the size to fit any baby.
Kathleen
If some poop gets on the insert (and this will happen from time to time), I can just wash the cover in the sink and it dries quickly.
LoveMyKids

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By ks227 on April 19, 2011
Color Name: Twilight
Our only experience with cloth diapering had been pockets - specifically the Thirsties Duo Diaper. We cloth diaper part time, in evenings and on weekends. While we really like our Thirsties, there are a few notable drawbacks of pocket diapers and in my research on different cloth diaper systems, I found out about the Flip system through the Cottonbabies website.

We purchased a Flip day pack with stay-dry inserts. Flip has rapidly become our daytime cloth diaper of choice due to the ease of use. Unlike a pocket diaper there's no need to pre-stuff the insert. With our Thirsties, the cotton/hemp insert takes forever to dry and usually requires overnight line drying. The Flip stay-dry inserts, on the other hand, dry in one normal dry cycle (we line dry the Flip covers). Our girl is an average sized 8.5 month old and is wearing her Flips on the medium rise setting.

Pros:
~ Trim fit but very absorbent.
~ Easy diaper changes when out and about, including a disposable insert option.
~ Easy laundering and care. The covers line dry in an hour or two and the inserts dry quickly in the dryer.
~ The new hook-and-loop closures make diaper changes so easy with a wiggly baby. The closure tabs are nice and stretchy and give a snug, secure fit.
~ Ability to re-use the covers for several changes with fresh inserts. This saves space in the diaper bag and wet bag compared to using pocket diapers.
~ The stay-dry inserts are embroidered with lines and sizes so that you know where to fold for the small and medium rise settings.

Cons:
~ The stay-dry insert is not absorbent enough for our 8.5 month old who is sleeping for 10-11 hours overnight.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By PghYinzer on December 23, 2010
Color Name: Moonbeam
I bought a bunch of BumGenius 4.0 which I LOVE. I am using them on 2 1/2 yo twin girls. Prior to this my cloth diapering experience was pinned prefolds and one cover or another. BGs seemed so EASY... and they are, but I wish they held more pee.

I wanted to try a few of these as I was intrigued by the idea of a one size cover so I could still do prefolds (which hold more pee than a BG). But I tried some of the Flips inserts, too. I tried the stay dry and the organic as well as some of the econobum prefolds which, while not sold to be used with this cover, work just fine. The Flips covers is just a bit higher quality than the econobum cover IMO.

The organic inserts hold the most pee, followed by the econombum. I don't feel like the stay dry holds as much pee as a BG 4.0 even though it is supposed to be about the same. None of the 3 holds as much as a premium prefold, but the econobum and organic will get you through a generous 2 hours, while the stay dry gets dicey as you near that mark. (Bear in mind this is with 2 1/2 yo kids - obviously younger kids will pee less) In all it's a pretty easy, compact (as far as travelling) way to diaper.

The cover itself is nice and stretchy - a little bigger I'd say then the BG, as with a BG I use the biggest setting on one girl and the second biggest on the other, whereas with these I do second and third biggest. It doesn't covered a pinned premium prefold as nicely as I'd like, but it DOES cover it (and my husband says it's because I pin funny :-P ) I think it would work even better with a smaller baby in an infant sized prefold.

I am happy to have 2 of these, with a variety of inserts - not sure I will buy any more.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Scott VonDuhn on March 10, 2011
Color Name: Grasshopper
Flip Diaper covers and inserts are made by the same company that makes Bum Genius and Econobum. The flip cover is essentially a bumgenius 4.0 without a pocket. The econobum cover is also the same size, but has had some features removed (snaps are horizontal instead of vertical, no flap to keep the insert in place). I had an unsuccessful attempt at cloth diapering with Bumgenius 3.0, and was hesitant to try the flip, but I am glad I did. I have now been using the flip diaper and stay dry inserts for the last week with my 5 mo old, and I am quite satisfied.

PROS-
- The stay dry insert feels only slightly damp against my babies skin, even when it is soaked. I have not noticed any skin irritation. I think it does a better job of "wicking" moisture away than a pocket diaper because all the layers are part of one unit, and definitely feels dryer than a typical prefold.

- No Leaks. I have had many leaks with pocket diapers, as the inner layer seemed to conduct the stool towards the edge of the diaper. With the flip, if my baby has a massive BM or wets a lot, there will be leakage around the insert onto the cover, but because of the gap between the insert and cover, it never reaches the border of the cover around his legs or back.

- No red marks. I have not found that I need to tighten the diaper so much that it leaves marks. The elastic around the legs and back is very stretchy.

- Not Bulky - for a cloth diaper, this is one of the less bulky ways to go - the inserts are relatively thin compared to a prefold. Once on, it is similar in appearance to a pocket diaper such as Fuzzibunz or Bumgenius.

- More Affordable than AIO or Pocket - Although it may not be completely obvious, you can save quite a bit of money by getting the Flip vs.
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