OsoCozy All In One Cloth Diaper Ver 3.0 (Large, Aqua)
- Size 1 fits 6 to 18 lbs. Size 2 Fits 15 to 35 lbs
- Both the bleached and unbleached options are available with five outer cover color options (white, pink, aqua, deep purple and light green)
- Manufactured in the USA by stay at home moms and grand moms!
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> Half dozen pack with Free Shipping:
Size1 12 x 16 = $11 @$1.8 each >> 10.5 x 12.5 after shrinks
Size2 14 x 22 = $19 @$3.2 each >> 11 x 17.5 after shrinks
> One dozen pack with Free Shipping:
Preemie 9.5 x 13 (2x6x2) = $13 @$1.1 each
Infant 12 x 16 (4x8x4) = $26 @$2.2 each >> 10.5 x 12.5 after shrinks
Regular: 14.5 x 21 (4x6x4)= $27 @$2.3 each >> 11.5 x 16.5 after shrinks
Premium 14.5 x 22 (4x8x4) = $30 @$2.5 each >> 11.5 x 17.5 after shrinks
Toddler: 17.5 x 23 (4x8x4)= $42 @$3.5 each
I'm very happy with the quality of these diapers. The problem is the shipping cost go up and down. In the past 2 months I have seen Free Shipping twice for all sizes. Then the rest of the time cost $10 or plus per dozen(ridiculously high). Finally I was lucky to order it with free shipping today. I'm putting down the price and size diff below for those who has time to wait for price drop. Of course if you are in a hurry, get it now. Cloth diaper will save parent a fortune. We once changed 24 diapers a day for our baby, he is always clean and happy. That worth every penny to us.
BTW, if this is your first baby, I recommend ordering Three Size1 6-pack (total 18 diaper). We have 2 dozen of size1 and it became too small for our 2-month old boy. We just ordered 2 dozen of Premium size, hopefully it last (will update here). BTW, the quality between Premium and Regular are the same but Premium is a bit larger.
For my normal wash routine I do a hot/cold heavy duty wash on my HE front loader with extra rinse and wash. Then when that's done I do a 20 min rinse/spin. Then all are dry by 40 mins on low in by dryer. I also hang them on the line to get sunned so I don't have stains, but the Flats must be moist to remove the stains, it doesn't work if it's already dry!Read more ›
The OsoCozy prefolds have washed and quilted up so nicely and as everyone says they just get better the more they are washed. They are very absorbent and I use them to stuff my overnight diapers. I believe that the OsoCozy are better than the Bummis organic cotton prefolds. I purchased some Bummis organic cotton prefolds from a local baby store before these arrived and while they are nearly identical to the OsoCozy they are a bit stiff, not as soft, and double the price. I haven't found that the organic cotton makes them anymore absorbent either. So save your money, which is the reason many of us cloth diaper, and get these OsoCozy prefolds.
I originally purchased size 2 prefolds which are currently way too big for my little guy. He is 15 lbs. and the size 1 prefolds still fit him when using a newspaper fold and snappi (a must if using prefolds) and once that no longer fits I can still use them trifolded.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I do not like the fit of this at all on my daughter. It has leaked every time. We will stick with BG FreeTime and Thirtsies AIO.Published 16 months ago by Darlapuppy
I did much researching before deciding to purchase these diapers. I used disposable diapers for my first son, so I was not sure how budget friendly these would be. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jada
Very absorbent and soft. We went with the large size and fold it down. We basically us it like a soaker pad for an AI2.Published on August 24, 2014 by Momo
Best "burp" cloths ever. So soft and sturdier than the cheapos you find at box stores. I give these as Baby Shower gifts and they are always excitedly welcomed! Read morePublished on August 21, 2014 by RamblingRose
I love these prefolds! They fluff and quilt up so soft! We use them to diaper and burp and at this price you can have enough! Read morePublished on August 9, 2014 by Kelly E. Doughty
Thought these were going to be the plain smooth cloth diapers but they had a slight rib. Not a deal breaker but will not order these again.Published on August 3, 2014 by DuffyD
I got these after trying the Gerber prefolds (absolutely awful) and then getting a trial of the Econobums' prefolds. These looked similar to the Econobums and they are. Read morePublished on July 29, 2014 by A. E. Handley