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Easy to use and easy on the wallet, Thirsties Duo Wraps have an adjustable rise the allows a great fit twice as long. Two sizes will last from birth to potty training!

Completely waterproof yet breathable, pliable and comfortable for even the most delicate skin. Thirsties Duo Wraps' leg gussets provide advanced leak protection and the bindings are soft against baby's skin. Want to have fewer covers in your stash? The inside of Thirsties Duo Wraps can be wiped clean between uses.

Thirsties Duo Wrap - Newborn

Features

  • Adjustable rise for extended use to suit your growing baby
  • Two sizes will fit from birth to potty
  • Leg gussets provide superior protection against leaks
  • Pair with basic Prefold Cloth Diapers and save $2000 over disposables!

Care - Machine wash warm or hot. Dry in dryer or hang to dry.

Content - 100% polyester w/ urethane coating.  FREE of PVC, phthalates, lead, and latex

Sizing

  • Size One: 6-18 lbs (3-8 kg) 0-9 months
  • Size Two: 18-40 lbs (8-18 kg) 9-36+ months

Made in the USA

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Thirsties duo wraps are my favorite covers to use with prefolded diapers! We also have Flips covers, but I prefer Thirsties because of the double gussets (which contain nearly everything) and the elastics on Thirsties seem to stay stretchy longer than Flips. Based on my experience the Thirsties have done a better job at containing messy poos than Flips. I disagree with another reviewer that complained that the gussets did not contain the mess (when apparently the diaper was too large and the gussets didn't fit snugly -- fit is important!!). Furthermore, I disagree with another reviewer who complained about Thirsties not having a front flap; a front flap is completely unnecessary with prefolds, granted that you get a good fit with the diaper cover. Thirsties covers are a better product than Flips in my opinion.

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My very favorite diaper cover EVER. I have tried 4 different kinds of covers: rumparooz, bummis, happy heinies, and thirsties duo wrap snap. I favor my thirsties over all the others. I love that I can adjust the size, and use them for both my 11 month old and 2 yr old, I love the double gussets that hold in any mess either babe can dish out, and they fit both my chunky monkey and skinny toddler extremely well. I wish I would've known they would be the best at the beginning, would have saved me some money to just get a bunch of these!

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Just got this diaper today. I have a size 2 duo with Aplix which is okay, but I don't like the fit as well as the Flip with snaps. I was hoping the size 1 would work for my newborn but was disappointed to find that the front flap was snapped down! Not very useful to avoid front leaks! I'm hopeful that the gussets will prevent leakage around the legs but the reviews are mixed. The size seems appropriate for the weight range indicated. Fully extended, it's about the same size as the Prorap small size and should work with my yellow edge GMD prefolds. They do seem to fill it out completely, so again I'm a little worried about the lack of front flap.

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I bought a size 1 Thirsties Duo wrap snap as well as a size 2 (hook and loop) I have used both of them maybe 3-5 times. The first time I used either the elastic on legs detached!!!! on BOTH of them! :( such a disappointment. Now they are absolutely useless since poop can leak out. I will NEVER buy Thirsties again....

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I ordered this cover to compare it to them Econobum cover. I read some good reviews on it because of the double leg gussets. The cover works just fine on my daughter but in my opinion it is no better than the Econobum cover. I love the Econobum cover, but I thought the double gussets would make the Thirsties cover just a little better. However, the outer gussets do not make contact with my daughters legs, so essentially it really is no different than the Econobum. I do love that this cover comes is different colors, but I don't like that its not a true OS cover. I just prefer white diapers but I might get some colors for spring and summer. Overall this is a great cover but I would rather pay $4 less for the Econobum cover.

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A friend recommended this cover to me and so I read the reviews on it and got one. As some of the other people have said it did sag in the front on my son. It leaked a little bit 2 times because of it sagging. I really liked the leg gussets though and thought it was a good diaper except for the sagging it does in the front with the snap closure.

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I have both the snap version and the aplix version. I really don't like the snaps. The snaps will come undone, mainly where you adjust the rise. They don't fit as well as the aplix. Even though they are smaller than my flips, I prefer the flips over the snap version for my four week old. However, I prefer the aplix version over my flips. Also there is no flap to hold inserts in place on the snaps, which I didn't think would be a big deal, but turns out it is. The aplix does have the flap. One more thing, my infant flip inserts fit in these great.

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They get the job done, but they are not my favorite. They fit funny, and some of the snaps don't work well (they pop open). I would choose Flip covers over these. They are nice in that they don't leak. They are just a pain to get on and they fit really odd. Gaps at that top.

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I like this cover a lot. I generally prefer Aplix, but for an older baby these stay on better, and the waist snaps are well-placed for a good fit. I do wonder how long these will fit, as my 22-pounder has already been on the largest setting for quite a while, but so far I have had no problems with this cover. It's cute and fits nicely over our prefolds and flats.

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These covers came so highly recommended, I suppose they couldn't possibly live up to the hype. They are very good in many respects-- solidly made, good leg gussets, very roomy and adjustable, cute colors. But my husband and I have been very frustrated because they sag in the front and the edge of the prefold keeps getting exposed and leaking. We also don't love the way the snaps line up-- would prefer a double row like on the flips. There's also no flaps to hold a trifolded prefold or insert in place, which is a problem with a squirmy 15 month old. In general, I'm liking my Flips much more right now-- no sagging, good fit, and the prefold stays in place better without snappis.

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Id go with aplix in this cover,even though I usually prefer snaps. The size 1 aplix fit, the size 1 snaps fit horribly.

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Great for bigger babies! I just started CDing and I love these! I actually love the way the snaps fit, but I also have a VERY chunky boy (22lbs at 6 months). I have the size 2 on the largest setting and I can stuff it with a prefold and a doubled up hemp insert and it's not too tight around his middle. I just purchased a velcro duo wrap for my husband to use, and I'm not as fond of it-but I still like it.

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Incredibly cute, but they gap in the front. I use these with Indian prefolds and they gap big time in the front. It doesn't cause leaks, just looks awkward. Not a great fit.

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We love these covers. I was able to use the size one on my newborn son from one week old. Paired with a newborn sized prefold, this cover is very trim fitting. We've had no leaks or blowouts and I believe it's due to the double gussets. This is a great cover for those wanting to save money, but still have plenty of color and print options.

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I have the Blackbird print and I think its adorable. No leaks, great fit. I use the larger size on my 8 month old 20 lb. daughter on the smallest rise and it fits perfectly. I use Flip inserts and have had no trouble with the insert moving around or getting bunched up.

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I am not a fan of these because of the fit in the front. The snaps don't lie flat, so it looks really weird, and doesn't fit under clothes very well. I got one from Amazon.com and returned it w/o DD even using it, because of how the snaps lie. It would be better if the snaps were more like the Flip cover. The leg gussets and 2 sizes of the Thirsties and the snaps of the Flip would make the perfect cover!! I purchased the velcro version of the Thirsties Duo and that works great.

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I give this diaper cover a 3 simply because it didn't work with my Flip inserts very well. The snaps along the inside flap don't allow me to tuck the insert into the diaper to keep it in place. We've used them and kept the Flip insert un-tucked, and it works in a pinch, but I prefer to have the flap to tuck the insert into.

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These are the first covers we tried with prefolds and we love them. I use the snappies also, but don't need to, which is nice. I heard from others that the velcro-type can wear out over time so I went with the snaps and they rock. We can customize them in so many ways! I can't wait to buy a smaller stash for our 2nd when he/she arrives.

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This is by far my favorite cover ever! I love the fit of it and I love that it is very versatile and will fit her for a long time to come. I've been using it on my daughter since she was first born at 6lbs 9oz, and we have never had a leak. I will only buy these from now on! They are awesome!

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okay, i'm a big thirsties fan- and these are no exception! I'm actually liking these alot more than the velcro version because i have a wiley 19 month old with wandering hands... they take an extra couple seconds to fasten, but they hold in a soaked diaper, liner and baby-log so i'm definitely on board!

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I use these with my 20 month old son. I do like the velcro better then the snaps as they adjust better and are more like a disposable diaper. If you don't put the velcro duo wraps in the drier then they last quite awhile. I can't get the same fit with the snaps but they hold everything in just the same. I can't wait to use my Size Ones on my little girl due next month :D

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i was positive i would LOVE these covers, as i loved the thirsties duo with velcro when my daughter was in the size one still. however, i am a little disappointed with the quality of the snaps used (unless i just got one with bad snaps). i love the fit, still trim enough for my liking. and i have no problem with the way the flaps lay with the snaps...they do stick up a little more, the way some have commented, but i just don't mind that. what is annoying is that almost everytime i put the diaper on, i have to snap the waist first, then go back and re-snap/adjust the rise snaps. i just don't feel like this should be necessary...it makes diapering a wiggly eight month old much more difficult than it needs to be! however, if thirsties would invest in a stronger, better quality snap, i would LOVE these covers.

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I ordered this cover in the size 2 blackbird pattern. I love it! It fits very well on both my 25 lb- 10 month old and 30 lb- 2 1/2 year old. It is thin and not poofy or bulky which is great since the cloth diapers already add enough bulk. I have the snaps which probably are better in the long run as velcro tends to age and sometimes come undone in the washer. But if you have an extremely wiggly baby during diaper changes, the velcro version would be quicker to dress the baby.

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The gussets are great at holding in breast-fed poop. My 4 month old is a chunky 16lbs and the size 1 still fits, as long as I use a tri-folded infant prefold. The size 1 cover in white seems to run smaller than the prints. I bought a size 2 and it doesn't lay right but probably will fit better when she gets bigger. Until then, the FLIP covers seem to work better.

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There's something about the snap design on these that is just...weird. The tabs don't lie flat and so the fit is not nearly as trim as the regular thirsties duo. Other than that, they are fine. Just don't expect trim fit out of these. I prefer the FLIP system covers.

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I love these covers! I started using them when my son hit 7 pounds (25% for his age) and was happy that they fit very well on the smallest size. I've never had a blowout. I'm thinking they will fit until he is at least 15 pounds and then i'll be getting size 2. (i use them with indian prefolds infant size and double up at night). my only gripe is that they stain on the white but no one can see it while they are wearing them

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The only thing I do not like about this cover is that the inside front flap that is nice to tuck a trifolded prefold under has the snaps though it so there is nothing to help keep the prefold tucked in place or leakign up the front. I really like that all the velcro thirsties you can put the trifolded prefold under the flap. Aside from that I do like the covers.

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SWEET! I LOVE THIS COVER!!! I used to be a big Thirsties fan because of the great fit... but then the velcro all went to crap :( When the Duo came out I didn't bother trying it because I wasn't going to deal with the velcro thing again, but now it comes in snaps!!! My tall and skinny 25 lb 2-year-old and short and chunky 17 lb 6-month-old both fit in this cover. The fit is amazing on both of them. It fits over our prefolds and Kissaluvs fitteds great. Yay!!