FuzziBunz One-Size Elite Diaper
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FuzziBunz®

One Diaper—Birth to Potty Training!

The FuzziBunz One-Size Elite Diaper includes 1 One-Size Diaper, 1 small microfiber insert and 1 medium/large microfiber insert.

If you thought the FuzziBunz® One Size Diaper could not get any better—think again! FuzziBunz® has re-engineered their already popular One Size to be trimmer f itting, more comfortable, faster drying and easier to adjust than before! And best yet—with NO increase in PRICE! The FuzziBunz® One Size Elite gives you even more bang for your buck. Click here for sizing chart.

Some features of the FuzziBunz® Elite are:
  • Quick Dry Fleece: Baby feels dryer faster and fleece stays nicer longer
  • Easy-Replace Elastic are all internal—no buttons next to baby’s skin
  • Microfiber Inserts: 2 microfiber Inserts adding the following benefits
    • Less odor than microfiber
    • Less staining
  • Trimmer fitting diaper with same amount of absorbency
  • Streamlined front panel and snap design provides better fit with less leaking
 

Made in China.

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Reviewed by Sandra on Sunday 01 December, 2013

I wanted to buy a 6 pack soooo bad because they have beautiful colors and feels very soft but I didn't want to waste over $100 on diapers that might not work so I just ordered 1. I ordered spearmint which looks nothing like the online picture, it's much darker and almost like a dark green. After I prepped it with one wash I noticed the buttons all had threads hanging as though they were coming unsewn... It was odd that after 1 wash they would start falling apart. Then I decided to put it on my 20 lbs baby... It was huge! No matter how small I adjusted the elastic, it was just too big and loose on her bum and she has a good size bum for a baby. Lastly when I took it off I too noticed red marks on her back... I'm not a fan. No matter how hard I try I can not get a good fit with these. Glad I didn't waste my money on 6. Bumgenious 4.0 have been amazing and are even more trim in my opinion! BG are bulletproof! Just make sure you use a hemp doubler ar night and your golden!!!

Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
Reviewed by Bre'elle on Wednesday 06 March, 2013

I have 4 that i have been trying and I am not super thrilled with them. They are soft which I like and I do like that they are more contoured to my babies. However, I do not like how they leave deep indents in my babies thighs and bellies. Even on the biggest setting it seems they dig into their skin. I also have a leak problem. I tried using two inserts and they still leak, not to mention they are hard to stuff to inserts into. I use these as my back up diaper, but I am not too fond of them. I do like the various colors though!

Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
Reviewed by Michelle on Friday 11 January, 2013

I was really looking forward to trying out these diapers. I've been using the size medium regular Fuzzibunz diapers for about 6 months & I liked the idea of being able to adjust the diapers to fit my daughter. Unfortunately, I was not very thrilled with these for several reason. The inserts are VERY small compared to the others that I've been using. They have to be to be able to fit inside the diaper (the space is smaller due to the extra stitching for the adjustable elastic). Trying to fit 2 inserts in this diaper is nearly impossible and forget about my husband using these. Not to mention a smaller insert means less protection against leaks. I didn't find the straps all that difficult to adjust (not like others complained about) but these diapers are not very big. My daughter is 18 mos old and only 23lbs. I already have the legs adjusted to almost the largest setting. There's no way these will fit her for the next 6 mos - year until she's potty trained. I seriously doubt these would fit a 30lb child. Not to mention with the elastic out to the farthest setting there's not much elasticity left around the legs which I know will eventually lead to leaks. So glad I only bought 2 of these to try out. I think I'll stick with the regular Fuzzibunz & get rid of these.

Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
Reviewed by Lindsay on Friday 16 November, 2012

I bought large packages of both the BumGenius and Fuzzibunz Eite. After over half a year with the Fuzzibunz (and years of experience with BumGenius 3.0 and 4.0), I wanted to write a comparison for others who are contemplating buying these products. I really liked the design, colors and trimness of the Fuzzibunz Elite, and they're much softer than the BumGenius. However, they do not hold up as well (I had to get four (and counting?) replaced in the first couple of months!), and they LEAK. I contacted customer support and read tons of other blogs to figure out what to do. I am not a novice; I've been cloth diapering for 10 years. What it boiled down to: "compression leaks." And no, there are no refunds for that. That means that the little minky inserts can only hold a little pee and as soon as baby sits down, if there's too much, squish! It squeezes out the legs onto the onesie. So frustrating. My baby couldn't even go two hours with both inserts in at 10 months! I realize not everyone has this problem, but LOTS do, and the workmanship leaves a lot to be desired. I recommend BumGenius instead-- sure, they may be a little bigger on your newborn than the elites, but you'll have a diaper that lasts (I used them on more than one child) and doesn't leak! :)

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Reviewed by Julia on Wednesday 25 July, 2012

Also wanted to mention something about the back pocket. I think it is meant to hang a bit out of the back - so that all that touches your baby's skin is fleece. That is exactly how the expensive Blueberry one size diaper is made - and they explain the reasoning for having it. Honestly - i have more issues with making sure my microfiber inserts in BG are under the flap since you can't have microfiber against skin. I intentionally pull a little out so that it protects her back from red marks. If you only pull a little bit - it's not the "silly" looking as some mention.

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