bumGenius One-Size Cloth Diaper Twilight (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- 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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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.Read more ›
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.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love bum Genius cloth diapers. I have 3 other brands and these ones hold up the best! lasted through 2 kids!Published 6 days ago by Roberta Olsen
My daughter wore them as an infant/toddler & they're wonderful. A great & eco-friendly alternative to disposables. But the maintenance & upkeep is son-of-a-gun! Read morePublished on January 5, 2014 by ruffian7-1
This is one of the most ingenious and versatile designed diaper systems I have ever seen in my 6 decades of life. Read morePublished on July 10, 2013 by Cherie C. Binns MSCN
I did a lot of research online and of course I checked the Amazon ratings before I decided what type of cloth diapers to buy for my first born son. Read morePublished on March 25, 2013 by user
I cannot say enough good things about these diapers. After trying several other cloth brands, I bought a few of these on the recommendation of a friend, and have never looked... Read morePublished on March 4, 2013 by R L
The velcro wears out quickly, even if you follow directions. The diapers needed another shell to keep them on, or other clothes, at about 12 months. Read morePublished on December 10, 2012 by Dr. in Chicago
I have used the 3.0 with aplex closures for almost 3 yrs, and two babies. The diaper materials and inserts have held up well overall. However, the aplex is a disappointment. Read morePublished on October 30, 2012 by Ms. A
I bought these diapers for my daughter to use on her daughter. They didn't fit my granddaughter until she was nearly a month old and she was an average size baby at birth. Read morePublished on July 11, 2012 by E. Denton
I have been using the same diapers since day one for my son. He is now a very active 19 month toddler. Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by Abbysmom