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bumGenius One-Size Snap Closure Cloth Diaper 4.0 - Grasshopper

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Grasshopper
  • Patented leak-proof outer cover and stretch-to-fit sides for a custom shape and fit.
  • Easy to use durable snap closures help keep diapers on older babies.
  • Patented covered lining opening protects baby from moisture. Soft lining wicks moisture away from baby.
  • Diapers are bundled with two inserts: a newborn insert for newborns and a one-size insert for your older baby.
  • Patented 3x3 snap system adjusts to fit babies 7-35+ pounds and gentle leg elastic prevents leakage.
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Product Information

Color: Grasshopper
Technical Details
Item Weight1 ounces
Product Dimensions1 x 1 x 1 inches
OriginMade in USA
UPC879860004424
Item model numberBG4/S/GR
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation6.6 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation35.3 Pounds
Material TypePolyester
material_compositionInner and Outer: 100% Polyester Tabs:95% Polyester, 5% Spandex
Material freeBPA Free, Phthalate Free, Latex Free, Lead Free
Care instructionsPre-wash cold. Wash hot (100F/40C) with bumGenius detergent. Extra rinse. No laundry additives. Line dry cover. Tumble dry insert. No fabric softeners. Use 1/4 cup or 60 mL bleach in the hot wash once per month.
Number of items3
Best usesCloth Diaper
Batteries requiredNo
Is portableYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB003VRGYT0
Best Sellers Rank #2,900 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Product Description

Color: Grasshopper

Cloth diapering has never been so easy! bumGenius One-Size Cloth Diapers feature our patent pending butterfly closure system to provide a comfortable, trim fit. This simple design makes cloth diapering as easy as using disposables. The familiar design makes bumGenius one-size cloth diapers perfect for care providers who might be resistant to cloth diapering (including daycares).

All bumGenius One-Size Cloth Diapers include a small, lightweight insert for newborns and a larger one-size insert for your growing baby. When your baby outgrows the newborn insert, it works as an overnight booster or as extra absorbency for heavy wetters. The soft, waterproof outer fabric keeps the diaper trim on your newborn and toddler. Soft, sueded inner fabric gently wicks moisture away from your baby's skin. Super stretchy, gentle leg and back elastic with rolled out casings keeps the yuck in and help to keep red marks away. Our unique covered* slot opening keeps your baby protected from moisture.

bumGenius One-Size Cloth Diapers fit most babies from 7 to 35+ pounds. No more sorting by size or having to carry multiple diapers when going out. Three snap-downs on the front of the diaper* allow you to easily adjust the size of the diaper as your baby grows. For newborns, fold down the insert stopper for an extra-small rise.



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Customer Reviews

BumGenius 4.0 is by far my favorite cloth diaper.
Dianna M. Czaplinski
They are very well made, easy to use, fit well, and clean up amazingly well.
Amy Hester
I recommend bumGenius to anyone who is looking to use cloth diapers.
Corrie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

172 of 181 people found the following review helpful By ppmomma on July 4, 2011
Color Name: Sweet
I originally bought several BG diapers for DD mainly because they were so popular and had so many positive reviews. BG is one of the biggest brands of cloth diapers so you can get them pretty much anywhere. The diapers are fine, I just don't think they are the best. I tried several other smaller brands that I think were better for a variety of reasons.

I'll start with the things I liked about the BG diapers:

1. They are very absorbent diapers and rarely leaked.

2. They are very affordable. I got mine during a B5G1 sale, so my real cost per diaper was only $14. That's great for a one-size diaper. I also like that it comes with two inserts, although most OS pockets do.

3. They're cute! I loved all the bright color options and new prints.

4. Option of snaps or aplix. There are pros and cons of each, and it is nice to have the choice.

But, there are quite a few things that could be improved on:

1. Quality - These are not the highest quality diapers I tried. Although it did effect the function of the diaper, almost all of mine had uneven stitching or elastic. I also prefer TPU shells to PUL. TPU just feels softer and stretchier to me. The shell of these is pretty thin. I felt sometimes like I would tear it if I pulled the snaps too hard. I don't care for the feeling of the stay dry liner and microfiber - it is almost sticky when you run your hand across it. I prefer fleece, which is much thicker and softer on baby's bottom. The regular price of these ($18) is comparable to other OS pockets but they just don't have the quality of anything else I tried (Oh Katy, Bummis, THirsties, AMP ect.)

2. Back pocket opening - this is a big deal to me.
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176 of 190 people found the following review helpful By whatever on November 17, 2010
Color Name: Grasshopper
BumGenius has almost caught up with FuzziBuns with the introduction of the new 4.0 version. All the things that made FuzziBuns far superior, BumGenius borrowed for this design. The availability of snaps means that you can use your diapers for a second child (the velcro does NOT last on velcro tabs of any brand - DO NOT GET VELCRO) and active babies don't rip off their snap diapers (wrangling them into the snaps, of course, is why some people like velcro - but not so great when they choose to rip off velcro and do their business on the nice rug). The biggest improvement is the replaceable elastic - something FuzziBuns introduced a while back. This is the number one reason my older cloth diapers "pooped" out (and I mean that in oh so many ways).

So, the remaining differences (and here I'm talking about the latest versions of both - November 2010):
I think FuzziBuns are softer and stay softer after washing.
I think BumGenius stay drier longer.
I think BumGenius are better for bigger babies (the FuzziBuns fit my ginourmous second child fine still, but I wonder exactly what is going to happen when he's 3 given that he weighs almost 30 pounds and is not yet 1).
I think BumGenius are much more difficult to wash (the pocket has an end flap. When you use the BumGenius sprayer - which rocks BTW - all the poop gets caught in the pocket. If you spray toward the closed end of the pocket, the water gets in but takes forever to drain out so my wash bucket gets all full of water and the "waterproof" BumGenius liner eventually leaks. The FuzziBuns spray off much easier, no poop goes in the pocket, and they don't hold so much water) and tend to hold smell longer (they need to be stripped more often).

With the new 4.0 version, I think the difference is mostly preference - but I'm sticking with FuzziBuns as my primary diaper.
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107 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Huckleberry on June 24, 2011
Color Name: Sweet
My wife and I decided to use cotton (pocket) diapers be we are both product designers and liked the features and economy the offered. So the first thing we did was to read a lot of reviews and talked to many people who all seem to contrasting views, so in the end we bought a few of each style diaper and tried them ourselves. The results:

1. FuzziBunz (one size) these leaked on our newborn despite him being in weight range and trying all the possible settings. When I contacted FuzziBunz customer support I was told that "maybe he is too small" (despite being in the correct weight range). We also spent a lot of time adjusting all of the elastic points trying to find something that wasn't too tight (leaving red marks on his legs) vs. leaking and just when we find it he would grow and we would start again.

2. BumGenius (one size) these functioned pretty much the same as the FuzziBunz except that they don't have all the elastic adjustments, which we thought was going to be a negative, but turned out to work better than we thought. The pad inserts were also a little bigger than the FuzziBunz which gave them a bigger look (to an already big looking diaper)

3. Flip (one size) When I was at the store there looked like the worst one because it didn't have all the bells and whistles of the other pocket diapers, and really just looked like a shell for the insert. And as it turns out this is our favorite for just that reason. Unlike FuzziBunz and BumGenius pocket diapers with the sewn in polar fleece liner the Flip can be reused several times before washing. That is because it IS just a shell for the liner. So as long as the soil is only on the liner and either does not soak through or you rinse it off you can simple put a clean liner in and reuse it.
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