Wednesday, May 9, 2012

FuzziBunz Onesize Pocket Diapers (Long time coming)



Fuzzibunz OS Pocket Apple Green and Watermelon
made in Turkey

So while Im working on my Babywearing Blog I figured I would post a review of my Fuzzibunz. The First Cloth Diaper I ever owned!
my very first box of diapers!


I First learned about Cloth Diapers 15 months ago. I was pregnant with my second and needed to save money. As I talked my Husband into I was researching all the diapers we could get. I found Fuzzibunz on Amazon for a few dollars cheaper then buying from their site if I ordered 12 of them. So I ordered 2 sets of 12 and thought I was set for cloth. (Little did I know I would become addicted and would get in trouble time after time thanks to diapers)
We ordered our diapers a month (May) before Blake was born, but thanks to a hurricane in the gulf I didnt get them til nearly August. Boy was I excited to finally got the first box!


Blueberry


I ripped it open and in awe I looked at them. These were the first Cloth Diapers I had ever seen in person! The colors were so bright, they were so soft. I was super Excited to try them out on Blake who was already well over a month old. I opened them up and took a look at them. They came with two inserts, one new born size and one larger.. Also stuck to the inside was a sticker for a giveaway they were doing. On most of my diapers I didnt have any residue left when I took off the sticker, though a couple did. It eventually washed out , with no effect on Blake.




INSIDE:
Fleece liner

Adjustable Elastic




 They are made with a fleece liner. And adjustable elastic in the legs (front and back are adjustable), which is nice..

  Its just an open pocket, which has a large opening and great for large hands. The only thing is It doesnt stay large. Once you are past the opening it gets really hard to get your hand in for the stuffing. And the Sticky PUL doesnt help either. 
Pocket


 Fit/Outside:

Kumquat
Grape



 The outside of these Fuzzibunz comes in great colors. It took me a while to get them just right and not to leak. Since they were my first Cloth Diapers I had that learning curve.Since the OS has adjustable elastic there are no Rise snaps. So the front looks very clean no matter what size your baby is in. Its A very tighter looking fit, and I have noticed that unless the Fuzzibunz are falling off my son, they tend to leave marks on him.
Tootie Fruitie
Marks on legs



 My Experience:
Fuzzibunz is an honest company with a good warranty on their diapers. I had 2 of my Fuzzibunz' Snaps break with in a month or so. I filled out their claims form and sent my 2 diapers back (I paid shipping)  And they sent me two brand new Elites Onesize diapers, which were an Upgrade from the style I had. To make up for my shipping cost they sent me a Free Fuzzibuz Mattress Pad which retails for around $40! (your items may vary in retail value) I would say that well makes up for my few dollars in shipping! And Yes, They paid shipping back to me.


THE DEETS:

From the Fuzzibunz site
Now you can get the FuzziBunz Onesize Elites (not the style I have, mine have been discontinued) from their site for $19.95 each, or less is you buy in bulk. They come in a ton of great colors and now have sayings on some of the bums. They even have Perfect Sized diapers if OneSize isnt your thing (Perfect Size is cheaper then OS). They also have many other products including Mama cloth!

THE REVIEW!

I give FuzziBunz Onesize Diaper 5 out of 5 snaps.

Though they leave some marks, and are a little hard to stuff, Once I got the hang of Cloth I have never had a leak and their Customer service makes up for any small issue I may have with the diapers.


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Looking for the links to Fuzzibunz? Welp look in the Blog =) Everywhere it says Fuzzibunz is a link , every description of a different Item takes you to that item on there page!

3 comments:

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    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick

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