I recently purchased a few Thirsties All-In-Ones for my new grandson. (Aqua is the prettiest pastel color!) My daughter-in-law already loves the Thirsties Duo pocket diapers. In comparison of the two, her ONLY complaint was the much longer drying time. (4.8 would be the rating I would give if I could) Otherwise, the fit, absorption, and no leaks from the double leg gussets make Thirsties #1 in her book.
Reviewed by: Tess from Pennsylvania.
I have one of these in Size 1, and because I have so many others that I prefer (the fit is just better on my baby) I won't be getting more, BUT it is a great diaper and at a reasonable price. My main complaint is that because there are only 2 rise snaps on the size 1 it creates a bulge at the crotch.
Reviewed by: Stephanie J from California.
While these are not my favorite cloth diapers, I do like them. We've never had a leak with these, and the price is fantastic, but they are quite bulky compared to some of our other cloth diapers, and they take 2 cycles in the dryer to fully dry. I love how soft they are, although I do wish they were organic. Overall, a good cloth diaper.
Reviewed by: Danielle from New Jersey.
These diapers are very nice and size one can get quite tiny, which is great if you have a tiny baby! My baby was born at 9 lbs, and at one week old we were already on the second rise of snaps. She is now 8 wks old and nearly 13 pounds, and is completely grown out of size 1 of these. So, I love the diaper itself and it worked great when it fit her, but I am disappointed that she is already grown out of them even though they are supposed to fit until 18 lbs.
Reviewed by: Hilary Richmond from SC.
My favorite diaper!!!
I've never been a fan of AIO's until this diaper. I love that they don't use micro sued...DD's allergic. The tunnel system works great for added absorbency and quick drying. The quality is amazing, and the price is even better! The colors and prints couldn't get any cuter. Very "daddy" friendly!