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Fuzzibunz One Size Diaper


Pros: Cute colors, poo comes off easily, easy to replace elastic

Cons: Leaked, hard to get the right size, elastic is exposed

I bought these used from a Mama here on MDC. I wanted a night time diaper that was very absorbent, but wouldn't leave my LO feeling wet and getting rashy like my cotton prefolds had been doing. The six I received were all in excellent condition - one was even new, unused. 


Initially I liked these diapers. I thought the design was cool. I spent a good hour painstakingly fitting all the diapers to my son - six buttons to adjust per diaper. I tucked all the little 'tails' in their little 'holes' and we tried them that night. 


I'm forever wondering how people get these diapers to work. I mean... fleece repels water. Is it any wonder that my son's pee would just roll right off the diaper and out the leg hole??? That's precisely what happened in my bed. We tried again, thinking it was a fluke, but no - another leak, another wet bed!


We were not using any diaper creams or anything, so I'm not sure what our issue was. I re-adjusted the elastics and whatnot, but we always had the same issues. 


Also, every time they are washed the elastic 'tails' come out of the 'holes' and you have to re-tuck them all again. Plus stuff the diaper. I just thought they were a lot of work compared to a prefold and cover!


Anyway... I sold them. I'm not a fan.


Pros: Its a cloth diaper

Cons: Bad Fit, Ugly, runs Small

It's clear Fuzzi Bunz only innovation was the pocket diaper 10 years ago. This diaper is a disaster of epic proportions. The fit is terrible, it leaks, and my god who ever picked those prints should be fired. Go with Bum Genuis, it's a far better product


Pros: one size

Cons: too narrow, not enough fabric to cover older/larger babies

I was a huge fan of the original FB one size diapers. Then they discontinued them all and came out with the elites. I am NOT a fan.

These diapers are a lot smaller than the regular one size and didn't fit my (then 2 years old) son!

Waste of money!

The Elites have been revaamped (yet again) and I have not tried the 'new' elites.

Not sure if I want to spend the money!


Pros: It's a cloth diaper

Cons: Weird fit, terrible prints, hot causes rashes and fleece gets pills after one wash

Not impressed with this diaper. Left horrible red marks on my daughters legs and its so hot that she was left sweating and got a major rash.


Pros: hip snaps, one size for less diaper confusion, pocket is easy to stuff

Cons: hip snaps, colors

I like this style, but my husband dislikes having the extra snaps for the legs. And if I'm going to be the only one using them, I might as well get colors I like, and these aren't my style.



-one size = less diapers to carry in diaper bag, since they can be snapped up or down to fit.

- quality materials, these last through at least 3 kids since mine were bought used too and are still going strong.

-pocket design is easy to stuff, and have prepped and ready to go!

-hip snaps keep these in place through crawling and toddling around all day



- hip snaps, my husband will not change these at night

-colors are not as cute as charlie banana. I must add, the colors wouldn't be as big of a deal if it weren't that DH already does't like this type.


Overall, these are the best fuzzibunz diapers in my opinion.  Having one size makes stuffing simpler.  I stuff them to the smallest size, and he can unsnap and move to a bigger size for the older girl if he needs to.  But its still not my favorite brand, because of the hip snaps. And the colors, I just can't get over it.  While I mostly CD to save money, I have to admit, the cute factor is a larger day-to-day motivator!


Pros: Quality materials, one size fits birth to potty trained

Cons: The sizing adjusting is confusing.

I love that these diapers have the same quality as my FB perfect fit diapers. The sizing system is just too much work for me. Even when following the size chart, I couldn't get the right fit. It would take adjusting and then checking the fit and readjusting until I found what worked. Then baby would grow... And it would start all over. I prefer the perfect fit. 


Pros: Nice colors.

Cons: Leaks

I love how Fuzzibunz come in nice bright colors, but for some reason they have always leaked around the thigh area. I check the size chart and still always leaks. We only use them during the day while we're at home for this reason. It's the only pocket diaper brand we have problems with.


Pros: Trim fit, great color choices, durable fabric, no leaks

We live near Cotton Babies (home to BumGenius) and, almost by default, I had mostly BGs for my baby.  As much as I like the BGs, if I had to do it over, I'd choose these diapers.  I had two of them, and they were my go-to favorite diapers.  They were the diapers I chose when we were going out and I wanted a trimmer fit for a cute outfit.  (As much as I love the fluffy booty, it's not the best for fitting into toddler jeans.)  The FB inner fleece (or whatever it's called) is super soft.  It doesn't stay AS soft after lots of washes, but it's still really nice and absorbent.  The outer fabric is durable and impervious to leaks.  I didn't have blow-outs or leaks with these diapers.  I like the narrower inserts--really absorbent and, again, they contribute to the trim fit.  The color choices are amazing and fun, too.  I like the adjustable leg elastics, too.  This was necessary for my son--he went from the ultimate roly-poly Michelin man baby to a  very slender toddler.  (Gotta love that breastfeeding!)  


Anyway, I can't say enough about these diapers.  Love 'em!  If I weren't nearly 40, I'd have another baby just to use them again.  ;)  


Pros: dries pretty fast

Cons: Have to change cover with every diaper, need more room in diaper bag

Probably the best pocket diaper out there, but I am really a fan of covers with either fitteds, pre-fold or flats.


Pros: can hold an extra stuffy, comfortable fit

Cons: bulky

First, let me say that my daughter is TINY. When she wore this diaper, it looked like she had, as my husband says, " a big load " in her diaper. It didn't fit well under her clothes, but we liked the color and how comfy she looked, so we used it overnight with an extra stuffy when she was still getting a bottle.

Fuzzibunz One Size Diaper

Fuzzi Bunz will last you a LONG time! The durable and secure fastening system stay strong wash after wash. The snaps don't come apart while on your child either. These diapers have a unique pocket that you can stuff with the insert that comes included or for a heavy wetter you can even use your own prefold cloth diaper or a folded hand towel. The waist and legs are conveniently adjustable to multiple sizes so each diaper lasts as your baby continues to grow. The elastic on the leg is stretchy for comfort, but also has a mini gusset in order to contain messes and forego any leaks. You can use these diapers through multiple children. Think of all of the money you are saving! You won't have to run out to the store because you are out of diapers. You also won't have to think about how all those disposible diapers are sitting in landfills. You are one part in contributing to the decrease of the waste!

BindingBaby Product
Feature1 year warranty
List Price$19.95
Product GroupBaby Product
Product Type NameBABY_PRODUCT
TitleFuzzibunz One Size Diaper, Apple Green, 10-45 Pounds
Release Date2010-08-20
Package Quantity1
ColorApple Green
Manufacturer Maximum Age36
Size10-45 Pounds
Maximum Weight Recommendation4500
TypeAll In One Diaper
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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