Look for our unique butterfly closure system to ensure that you are getting genuine Cotton Babies™ brand cloth diapers
- Includes 18 disposable inserts. Cover sold separately.
- Compatible with Flip Diaper Covers.
- Insert folds down to adjust size.
- Oeko-Tex® certified to be free of harmful substances.
- Thin and absorbant design is great for travel and stocking diaper bags.
Diapers for any baby
Real life demands flexibility. With the Flip™ hybrid diaper system, parents can choose from three absorbent inserts to meet their changing needs. With Flip you are free to change it up and enjoy life wherever you go!
9g Non-Woven Viscose, Made from Bamboo
19-20g Wood Pulp
1g Starch-Based Glue
Oeko‐Tex Standard 100 certification indicates that bumGenius diapers have been stringently tested and are free from harmful or problematic substances.
I have a very heavy wetter and these even work at night! I have to say I don't use them with Flips covers though... I use them with GroVia shells. But they are amazing, especially if traveling!
I recently used these when we went on a 6 day vacation. I used them inside Flip covers and they worked just okay. My main problem with them was that they were so long. My ds is almost 2 so he wears large diapers, but I still had to fold over the top of the Flip disposable inserts to fit properly in the cover on the largest size. There are no gussets, no sticky tape on the back to hold the insert in place. So, the insert had a tendency to bunch up and messy diapers ended up with messy covers. If we go on another vacation I'll skip the disposable inserts and just grab a pack of disposable diapers for the week. These are, however, good to keep on hand for those days you are running low on your cloth diapers and need to catch up on laundry. Or if your little one has a bad rash that requires non CD friendly rash cream.
I have used cloth diapers since my daughter was born. I love my bumGenius 4.0's and my FuzziBunz , but when we decided to go on a cruise this summer I decided after much research on using the Flip disposable system. I ordered the 3 pack covers and 4 packs of disposable inserts for our 7 day cruise. they worked perfect. They are super absorbent and we didn't have any leaks, even overnight. I brought a little pack of diaper soap with me and hand washed the covers as needed and let them air dry. They dry super quick since it is just the outer shell. I was worried that I would run out of the inserts, but I still have a pack and a half left. Now that I have the covers I also don't have to worry about running out of diapers before wash time now. I can use my extra cloth inserts with the covers as needed. I am so glad I have added the Flip covers to my stash!
I haven't actually tried these yet because I want to wait till we are on vacation later in the Summer, but I really love the Flip system so I am pretty sure I will love these as well. Should be really great for travel.
My 3-year-old is still not dry over night, and she sleeps 11-15 hours, so I definitely need a diaper that goes the distance! She outgrew her bamboo fitteds around the time she potty-trained (daytime), so I opted to go with disposables for overnight. The problem was that even so-called "Overnight" disposables didn't hold enough. She would wake up soaked up her front and with wet sheets. So I ended up buying a package of the Flip disposable inserts. I use them inside a disposable diaper, and it allows us to get the absorbancy we need to keep her jammies and bed dry alllllll night loooooong. My only complaint is that if I don't fold the Flip insert to double it up in the front of her diaper, it ends up really scrunched up and very narrow inside the disposable diaper (same thing happened when I tried it in the Flip cover) and then only the very front of the insert is wet; the back half is completely dry but she's still leaking pee up the front. This morning I weighed her disposable diaper and the Flip insert when she woke up, and together with the pee, it all weighed 18 oz. She's a heavy wetter for sure, but her jammies stayed dry!