AMP All-In-One Cloth Diapers$19.99
AMP DUO Cloth Diapers ... one of the most versatile cloth diapers available.
The new AMP one-size Duo pocket diaper is a revolutionary new diaper that combines both the benefits of the AI2 diaper and the pocket diaper all in a one size. It is one of the best fitting cloth diaper combinations around. The intelligent snap placement allows this diaper to have three different rise options and multiple tummy and thigh settings for a custom fit from birth to potty training (8-35lbs). The outer waterproof layer is a soft durable laminated PUL and the inside is a dreamy soft layer of microfleece that is designed to wick wetness away and keep baby dry and comfortable. The envelope opening is large enough for easy stuffing and is placed at the front of the diaper to make removing the insert easy and mess free.
We suggest the size small Duo diapers for newborns (fits approx. 7-18lbs) and the one-size diapers for baby's that are at least 10 lbs (fits approx. 10-35lbs). These diapers do require an insert - choose from hemp cotton, rayon from bamboo or microfiber.
To use, snap the rise adjusting snaps to the appropriate setting and place insert inside the diaper. Place the diaper under baby and fasten the tummy and thigh snaps at a snug but comfortable position.
This AMP cloth diaper can be used as an AI2 (All in two) diaper during the day and just change the absorbing insert when wet, or stuff it and use it as a pocket diaper to keep baby dry at night... or use it as a pocket diaper all the time.... These diapers have same amazing fit as the Original AMP AI2's but have the added versatility of a pocket opening for stuffing.
Made in Canada (Winnipeg).
My FAVE One-Size Diaper Review by Tara
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I LOVE these one-size diapers!! They have the best fit from all the OS diapers I've tried. I have a slim baby and they fit great. It is a trim fit with lots of snaps to adjust. I like the front opening for inserts (easier for messy diapers). I also love that they come in so many colours and are made only an hour from where I live! (Posted on 12/31/10)
Love them! Review by Malinda
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I love my AMP cloth diapers... I don't stuff the liner but just change it out and use the cover again if it's only wet or a small mess. Best bang for your buck without a doubt, I can see these will easily fit my little one as he grows.. currently 12 weeks. I've had no leaks, they wash up beautifully and snap on easily. We even take them when traveling to visit family, or just on the go. Disposables might seem easier for travel but when we're on the go I like knowing I'm not going to have any leak issues and a big mess to clean up. (Posted on 11/13/13)Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
My favourite pocket diaper, has lasted for years Review by Patricia
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I have been using these cloth diapers for over two years. They have been washed multiple times a week since then, and are still completely fine. (Other types have not survived this long in my household!)
My child has always been on the small side, but the adjustment snaps seemed to work for her, and I found these have fit well since she hit about 10 pounds. I find the fit is the most customizable of the types I've tried, and this is the only diaper I would say has really been a "one size" for us.
I did have two small issues - in one case, a snap came unattached, and in the other case, the pul laminate started to peel off. In both cases, the company repaired the diaper or sent me a new one in a simple and reasonable process (even though in one case the warranty period had expired and they were not technically required to do so).
(Posted on 2/25/14)
Great diaper but not for skinny minnies! Review by Lorraine
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I wanted to love this product as I love the AMP fitteds and inserts, but these just didn't work for us. After my daughter outgrew the size 1 we moved to size two but even on the tightest setting they were too large in the legs. She is petite, however - I think these would work well for a chunky baby but not for a skinny minnie! (Posted on 6/30/10)Would you recommend this product to a friend? In the right circumstance.
OK, but not great Review by Therese
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I've been using the AMP diapers with the hemp inserts as an all-in-two system for a couple of months now. I love the idea of the all-in-two system: put the insert on the diaper, then take off the wet insert at the next diaper change and put on a new one. This will work for a change or two, but then I find the ruffles at the leg openings start wicking moisture out from the insert and onto my son's clothes so we have to do an outfit change as well as a diaper change. I'm not impressed with the quality of the materials used to make the diapers. I have many other brands of diapers, both pocket and AI2, and the AMP shells are now my least favourite because of the ruffles. The AMP inserts, on the other hand, are fantastic and my go-to inserts.
A note from the bynature.ca family: Thanks for your review! Please don't hesitate to contact us when experiencing difficulties with any of our products. We're happy to help troubleshoot! We do have a few ideas as to what may be causing your leaking. First, how wet are your inserts when you change them? If they are saturated, your child may simply require more absorbency. If the inserts still have dry patches and you're experiencing leaks, we'd like to know more about your washing routine. It's possible a residue on your fabrics is leading to repelling (leaks). If there is no washing issue, and the inserts are not saturated it could be that your inserts are bunching up and there is not enough surface area to absorb quickly. Some people put the inserts too low in the diaper, and the insert gets squished between the legs. It's important that the insert is in fanned in the front so that the insert stays in place when the diaper is snapped up. One last check - we've also found that some babies can pee very hard and fast, and they may need a booster to add absorbency to the wet zone, for faster absorbency. I hope this helps! (Posted on 6/19/12)