Good, but not what it says on the tin
Let me state first that these are certainly high-quality diapers - nice hook & loop, beautiful prints, I appreciate the tall elastic at the back waist. But I'm a little confused about their intended use.
They're supposed to be an AI2, with generously-sized flaps inside and snaps so you can snap in their inserts, though tucking in a different insert works well too. Fine and good. They're like a cross between a Blueberry Capri and a Flip, which is high praise. However, the fit of the snapped-down size 1 (which theoretically fits from 6lbs) on my 9lb baby is so roomy that a) the pad isn't held against him, and b) while the waist is plenty small, the non-gusseted legs are not snug, and the result is that pee can pretty much run freely out the leghole if he's not upright. Now, it fits well and nicely covers if he's wearing a Snappi'd prefold or even a full-coverage fitted like a Mother-Ease OS, so we're using it, and I expect it to work as intended when he gets bigger, hence the four star rating. It is a very nice full-coverage cover, flexible and wide through the crotch - my confusion is partially that it's marketed as an AI2 but really seems better designed as a cover for a fastened diaper. But the description calls size 1 a newborn size and it is emphatically not! More like a smallish one-size. An especially large newborn could start in these, but an average or smaller baby definitely couldn't - six pounds is in no way an accurate starting weight, even if you have a very wide-boned chubby 6lb baby. The other possibility, I suppose, is that the three size 1s I received are mislabeled and are actually size 2s.
So, all in all, the size 1 Tots Bots PeeNut Wrap is a good diapering product, but not at all what its labeling says it's supposed to be.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Ally Gillotte from Kansas City.