BumGenius Freetime Cloth Diapers ... easy to use, one-step cloth diapers.
bumGenius Freetime All-In-One One-Size Cloth Diapers feature a butterfly closure system to provide a trim, comfortable fit. This simple, easy to use design makes using cloth diapers just as easy as using disposable diapers. No stuffing needed, the stay dry inserts are semi-attached for easy use. Great for caregivers and those resistant to cloth diapers! No cover needed!
Designed to diaper your baby quickly and easily, giving you more "Freetime". This no stuff, no fold system allows you to diaper baby in one easy step!. The bumGenius Freetime cloth diaper can be worn from birth to baby's potty training years.
Why you'll love the bumGenius Freetime Cloth Diaper:
- 3×3 snap down design adjusts the sizing to fit small, medium and large sizes (approximately 8-35+ pounds).
- Trim, snug and comfortable stretchy tabs provide a custom fit.
- One step cloth diaper - no stuffing!
- Two rows of snaps ensure a trim, bumGenius fit every time!
- Gentle leg elastic contains the mess!
- Semi-attached, stay dry inserts dry faster and allow for customized absorbency where your child needs it most.
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 yuk in and help to keep red marks away.
Fits most babies 8-35 lbs.
Covers made in USA or Egypt. Microfiber inserts responsibly made in China.
Buy more, save more! Save $1.00 per diaper when buying 12 or more bumGenius Freetime Cloth Diapers.
Great diaper Review by mangoetcie
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Love how easy these diapers are to use. Adorable colors. Good to use during daytime but would not make it overnight with our little one. There is pocket space integrated in the flaps to add extra liners (hemp would work great but nothing too thick). Haven't tried it yet as our better option for overnight right now are the bamboozle fitteds + cover. (Posted on 4/8/12)