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  • Leak-proof outer cover and stretch-to-fit sides for a custom shape (patent pending)
  • Easy-to-use closures
  • Covered lining opening protects baby from moisture (patent pending)
  • Soft lining wicks moisture away from baby
  • Three by three snap systems adjust to fit babies 8 to 35 pounds (patent pending) and gentle leg elastic prevents leakage
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Technical Details
Item Weight5.4 ounces
Product Dimensions7 x 6.5 x 2.5 inches
UPC879860001201
Item model number879860001201
Minimum weight recommendation8 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation35 Pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB000OFNFDA
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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From the Manufacturer

bumGenius One-Size Reusable Diapers are soft inside, waterproof outside and gently fitted to prevent leaks. Easily adjustable sizing fits most babies from 8 to 35 pounds. This 100% reusable diaper and diaper liner prevents landfill waste and saves money.

Product Description

Cloth diapering has never been so easy! BumGenius! one-size cloth diapers offer an industry first, stretch- to-fit tabs (patent pending). The redesigned tabs provide a comfortable fit and trim look. This simple design makes cloth diapering as easy as using disposables. BumGenius! One-size cloth diapers are perfect for care providers who might be resistant to cloth diapering (including daycares and dads)! Less Clutter BumGenius! One-Size Cloth Diapers easily fit babies from 7 pounds up to 35 pounds. One diaper for multiple children simplifies laundry and the diaper drawer. No more sorting by size or having to carry multiple diapers when going out. Three snap-downs on the front of the diaper (patent pending) adjust the rise as your baby grows. For newborns, fold down the insert stopper for an extra-small rise. Highly absorbent The BumGenius one-size cloth diaper is one-size off the shelf. In addition to the regular insert, we are including a newborn insert/booster with all version 3.0 diapers. The newborn insert is designed to reduce bulk for small babies. When the baby outgrows the newborn insert, it works great as an overnight booster or extra absorbency for a heavy wetter. Only the Best for Your Baby The soft, waterproof outer fabric keeps the diaper just as trim on a newborn setting as it is on a toddler. Soft, suede inner fabric wicks moisture away from your baby's skin. Super stretchy, ultra gentle leg and back elastic with rolled out casings keep the Yuk in and to help keep red marks away. Plus, our unique covered (patent pending) pocket opening keeps wetness completely off of your baby. After the diaper has been used, you can even avoid messes in your wet bag by rolling the diaper up and fastening the tabs before storage!

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Customer Reviews

I would highly recommend these diapers to anyone who wants to do cloth diapers.
J. Dix
Clearly, having diapers that can be washed and used again saves (a lot of) money and keeps disposable diapers from filling up landfills.
B. Andi Brick
These diapers are ease to use, easy to clean, look good under clothes, and work very well.
N. D. Johns

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

442 of 445 people found the following review helpful By TNCorgiLover on June 19, 2007
These diapers are fabulous! I have the bumGenius 2.0 (paid $17.95) I thought the adjustable sizing would case the diaper to leak when my child was small, but it didn't. These diapers have worked great and not leaked even as we have changed sizes (up to 17 lbs). The leg openings are snug, but do not leave marks. There is also elastic in the back of the diaper, which has resulted in no "up the back" accidents.

I personally prefer the velcro tabs over the snaps that are on the Fuzzi Bunz diapers. The velcro makes it easier to fit the diaper, especially if your child is moving around. During the day, I use only one insert with the diaper and have not had an issue with leaks. To insure that I did not have leaks with the Fuzzi Bunz, I had to use 2 inserts. The Bum-Ware diapers completely soaked through. I have heard good things about Swaddlebees Organic Velour Fitted Pocket Diaper Medium Periwinkle, but haven't not tried them yet.

The fleece interior of the Fuzzi Bunz was softer than the bumGenius material, but bumGenius was still much softer than the BumWare diapers and all disposables.

One negative is that the bumGenius is only available in a very limited number of colors and no prints. Happy Heiny's has a much wider selection of colors and some very cute prints. I have not used #1 Rated Diaper Happy Heiny's Pocket Diaper with Free Insert to comment on the quality.

All of my bumGenius diapers are colored and I have had them a couple of months. So far, the colors have stayed true and not faded.
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86 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Bioluminescence on March 2, 2008
Color Name: White
I LOVED these diapers---AT FIRST. They are very absorbant still. They are way, way less likely to leak or blow out than landfill diapers. However after 7 mos the first one we got doesn't fasten very well. The velcro has not held up. Sometimes when we lift my daughter up one side comes undone under her clothes. There is also lots of pilling next to the velcro, even though I always use the laundry tabs. It's ugly. Also, my tall baby is 9 months and 20 pounds, and we already have the diapers unsnapped to the biggest setting. I thought I was saving a lot of money getting these. especially since I would use them for the next baby, but now I don't think they will last until potty training. I got a few other brands to try, and so far I like the Happy Heinys One Size because it snaps out into a bigger size. There isn't a flap to keep the insert in the Happy Heinys, but it hasn't been a problem.

I whole heartedly recommend cloth over landfill diapers. Just buy a few different kinds to try for a while instead of a TON of one kind that everyone likes. Most of the recommendations are from moms who have not been using them for very long.
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68 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Shirleen Burnett on June 9, 2007
These diapers are "genius" -- for so many reasons. One size makes them very economically attractive. My daughter is growing so fast she is out of the sized diapers so quickly and at average $18 a diaper this gets painful financially. These diapers are very well made, user friendly and most importantly keep the runny poops in! They fit snug and cosy, clean up nicely and don't leave nasty red marks around her legs. I've tried prefolds and diaper covers(Bummis Whisper light) as well as Happy Heinys pocket diapers. I found the BumGenius by far superior.
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By E. M. Dusen on June 15, 2008
SUMMARY: Great diapers, very economical (in the long run) and very easy to use, contain messes better than disposables, dry quickly in the dryer, can look bulky, washing routine can be complicated

When I first began looking into cloth diapers, it was mostly out of curiosity. I wanted to be environmentally friendly but I assumed cloth diapering would be too inconvenient. Why else would disposables have the corner on the market? My research turned my assumptions on their head. With modern cloth diapers, you can avoid pins and leaks - and still save money! (Some also say less diaper rash and earlier potty training. It's only been three months for me, so I can't comment on these supposed benefits yet.)

There are several types of cloth diapers. Read a summary here: [...] I decided that pocket diapers were the way to go for me. They offered the convenience of not using pins or a cover, but they dry much faster (and reportedly hold up better) than all-in-ones.

I did my research and decided to buy 24 BumGenius 3.0s. Since I bought in bulk, I paid only $384. That sounds like a lot, but I expect these to last until my baby is done with potty training (about 2 years old). If I spent $40 a month on disposable diapers, in two years I would have spent $960. (And beware the hidden costs of fitted diapers. Although fitted diapers may be a little cheaper than all-in-ones, remember that you'll have to buy new fitted diapers when your baby outgrows that size. Additionally, fitted diapers typically require covers, which are also sized.)

I began using these diapers when my baby was about a week old.
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