I tested these out and they seem to work just as directed. Heard some stories about Snappies so I decided to try Boingo first. I believe boingo is more versatile and I see no difference.
Reviewed by: Anna Maria from Tidioute, PA.
So much better than a Snappi. The Snappi hooked several times on my baby's boy bits. It also pinched his tummy in order to get it tight enough not to sag. The Boingo does have a learning curve, but after you get the hang of it, it is the best fastener there is.
Reviewed by: Heather from Burbank, CA.
they are ok
I had these a while now and only used them a few times. They work fine but I keep grabbing my Snappies instead of these ones. I like the Snappies better for my 4 month old because they are stretchier, they are easier to put on without getting your finger under the "teeth" and its easier to just use one fastener. However, these will work better when my baby is bigger and the Snappies are too small...but Snappies come in a larger size... I thought I'd like them more than I do.
Reviewed by: Michele Hamilton from Virginia Beach.
I had some prefolds that were too small across the abdomen on which to use Snappis. These work great!
Reviewed by: Susan Mayer from Charlotte.
I havent been able to put my boingo's on a real baby yet. Shes not out of the womb yet! I do say I am very happy with it though as a cloth diaper veteran. I prefer them from snappis as the material is sturdier and allows better adjust meant having it in two parts. My only concern is if I have to overlap the wings it may allow for the crotch to droop.