GroVia All in One Diaper - Owl
- The PERFECT diaper!
- Super absorbent, organic cotton inner
- Soft layer of water resistant TPU outer
- No stuffing, no doublers
- One size design that grows with baby
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Our total system consists of the following:
*15 All In One shells in a variety of prints and solids = 6 velcro and 9 snap GroVia All-In-One (AIO) Cloth Diaper - Planes
*36 organic inserts GroVia Certified Organic Cotton Soaker Pad 2 Pack
*Magic Stick diaper ointment Magic Stick All Natural Diaper Ointment, Clear, Net Wt. 2 oz.
*Brabantia Pedal BinPedal Bin, 30 Litre (White) (25.98"H x 11.54"W x 15.55"D)
*36 Grovia Wipes GroVia Cotton Cloth Wipes, 12 count
*Diaper Detergent Tiny Bubbles Detergent, Net Wt. 60 oz.Read more ›
They take forever to dry- I dry all my diapers on high for 50 min (mostly TotsBots and Tiny Tush Elite)and these are the only ones that always need to be hung up to dry the rest of the way.
The elastic has relaxed considerably over 9 mos- I'm guessing from the drying, even though they are often hung up.
They ride low- I have some really cute pics of my son flashing crack in these. His thighs are pretty chunky so maybe that's why but he's a pretty average size kid these days so I wouldn't think it's him.
They are very narrow in the crotch- I'm not sure which is more annoying, too wide or too narrow. It kinda makes the elastic dig into his inner thigh area on the newer ones that still have tight elastic. The relaxed elastic probably makes them more comfortable.
The elastic is bulky- inner thighs and back of the waist always has a big imprint from the elastic when I take them off.
When they're wet they feel WET- one pee and your soaked.
You have to be careful snapping the bottom snap or you can pinch their thighs.Read more ›
I bought these diapers about 7 months ago and they started breaking apart about 2 months ago. I contacted customer service and sent some pictures that show the major tears (I will upload some here). They said I need to send my diapers for review which I did. When they received the diapers I got an email saying that they reviewed the diapers and that it's MY fault they are breaking apart (not in these exact words but pretty close)!!! After a good number of back and forth emails in which they accuse me of using brighteners/bleach because my diapers looked clean!! I got an email from the CEO saying they will be sending the diapers back and will not replace or repair them again because it's obviously my fault.
I do not appreciate being called a liar. I have followed the product care instructions to insure that they last through my first child. I explained that I was using Tiny Bubbles (which is their brand of detergent) and also used the grovia disposable liners which could explain why my diapers are clean (because the poop doesn't touch the diaper!!). I couldn't believe how email after email they would find something to blame on me (first it's how clean the diapers looked so I must be using brighenters, then it's my stash size because I didn't have enough, on and on). They repeatedly claim to stand by their product but they obviously don't. If you have issues they will tell you that you didn't follow the care instructions and return your diapers with no repair or exchange. For how expensive these diapers are you are better off going with another company that would really stand by their product. My diapers didn't come close to lasting through 1 year!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love the print and idea but the liners were quite bulky. We did just as well with the covers and used bum genius liners. These also took a long time to dry in the dryer. Read morePublished 22 months ago by ghs
These are my least favorite of the 3 types of cloth diapers I have purchased. First of all, my 15 week old son always leaks through these. Read morePublished on April 18, 2013 by jenni T
I bought this diaper because I liked the fit of the shell (how trim it is) but I was very disappointed. Within about 20 minutes of the first wear, it leaked. Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by elizabeth
I'm a Gro-Via loyalist. I've used their hybrids since our son was born and when we enrolled him in Montessori they requested cloth diapers. I had to go with the AIO hands down. Read morePublished on September 12, 2012 by A. Gift For You
I'm a dedicated bumGenius 4.0 user but wanted to try a cotton AIO. I bought two Grovia to try, figured I'd add to my stash if I loved them. Read morePublished on July 7, 2012 by NatSmacks
The fabrics and construction of this diaper seem very high quality and it is very attractive, but I can't imagine it will fit my two-month-old through potty training. Read morePublished on June 3, 2012 by Busy Mommy
We've tried probably 15 different cloth diapers and this AIO is by far our favorite. I converted our entire stash from bumGenius pockets that literally stunk and leaked to these. Read morePublished on May 19, 2012 by Helio
We bought GroVia AIOs because we were looking for an easy way to cloth diaper. We have 1 baby and we thought that if we made the investment to get a lot and were very careful to... Read morePublished on April 13, 2012 by Cay
I've tried 4 different AIOs and these are by far, the worst! I bought three of these and followed the care instructions PERFECTLY. Read morePublished on March 26, 2012 by Neisha