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Technical Details
Model NumberONEAGRN
Item Weight159 g
Product Dimensions15.2 x 15.2 x 5.1 cm
Item model numberONEAGRN
Target genderUnisex
Minimum Weight Recommendation3.2 Kilograms
Maximum Weight Recommendation15.9 Kilograms
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Best Sellers Rank 154,440 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight159 g
Date First Available10 Aug. 2010
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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!

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131 of 135 people found the following review helpful
Great one size diaper 18 Nov. 2009
By Elizabeth - Published on
We tried fuzzi bunz one size diapers, kissaluvs fitted diapers, fuzzi bunz xs, small, and medium perfect size diapers, bum genius all in one, one size organic snap diapers, and the bum genius 3.0 one size pocket diaper with velcro and the fuzzi bunz one size was our favorite. I don't have any particular comment on the "Apple Green" version. We have the color and it is a fun bright color that doesn't fade. On FB one size, in general:

The Pros:
-First, obviously, we like it because we don't have to buy a whole new set of diapers for each size. Our son has worn these since he was a few weeks old and is still wearing them at eight months. The adjustable elastic is very convenient and only has to be adjusted every once in a while and it doesn't bunch up like the bum genius that only has three different levels. The notches in the elastic make the fit much more customized for the baby.
-We much prefer the snaps to the velcro on the bum genius because you always know where to snap the diaper so that it isn't too tight or too loose.
-We prefer the pocket to the all in one because it seems like they get more clean this way (you can separate them for the wash), you can adjust the absorbency based on size and time (night or day), and they dry faster this way which is especially important if you are line drying. That said, we also prefer the pocket to the fitteds with a cover - more convenient.
-Even though our son would fit in the medium perfect size, the one size fits better. I think they often fit better than the "perfect" size.

The Cons:
-We generally like these, but the later versions (we have some of the first ones and some later versions) have one less snap and at eight months they already seem to be getting a little bit tight on our boy who has a round tummy and chunky legs. I wish they would go back to the extra snap. Also, the first ones didn't have the hip snap which worked better for us. It makes it too tight around his chubby legs when we do the hip snap.
-We have had some problems with leaking. I've taken to stripping them more regularly, and I'm sure this would be the case with most cloth diapers, but it is sort of a hassle.
-It would be nice if there were more designs for the one-size. Currently only solids and daisies.
-The white ones end up looking a little discolored, so I would go with a colored one.
-The earlier versions had smaller holes for the elastic and the ends didn't slip out. The later versions had bigger holes and sometimes the end of the elastic slips out which can be annoying and leave little marks on his legs.

All of that said, we have 24 of these one sizes and like them better than any of the others we've tried. For our next baby, we'll use only these, with maybe a few small "perfect size" diapers early on.
104 of 107 people found the following review helpful
Soft, Colorful, and Keeps My baby Dry! 10 Jan. 2011
By Ginger - Published on
These are the best 1-size diapers that I have tried. The Fuzzi Bunz Perfect size diapers are wonderful too, but the thing that makes the 1-size diapers so great is that they will fit from infant size all the way to potty training. I've cloth diapered 3 children and tried prefolds, covers, and pocket diapers of various brands, but Fuzzi Bunz has been my favorite "go-to" diaper.

Here are some of my favorite things about Fuzzi Bunz 1-size Pockets:

*Snaps. I have never heard of anyone having issues with the snaps wearing out. With velcro you only have a year or so before it looks crummy and stops holding up. That's not the case with Fuzzi Bunz because the snaps keep on working.

*Vivid Colors. The color selection with Fuzzi Bunz is a lot of fun and the diapers hold their colors well. They are bright and fun to put on my baby.

*Soft Fleece Lining. The fleece that goes against Baby's skin is SO soft when the diapers are brand new. After months of use, they are still pretty soft (especially compared to the suede type liners that other pocket diapers have instead). I like knowing that my baby will be covered in something soft and cozy. The fleece pulls the wetness away from Baby's skin, plus it makes it easier for the baby poop to come off.

*Adjustable sizing. I like that I can adjust the opening around the leg and the size of the waist. The diapers fit my second to youngest child up until she was potty trained and now they fit my infant.

*Replaceable elastic. Each of the diapers comes with an extra set of elastic for the waist and leg openings. This is really important in the long run because elastic does eventually wear out on the diapers. My Fuzzi Bunz Perfect Size had elastic that started to wear out after 2 1/2 years of use or so. Knowing I can replace the elastic with the 1-size diapers means the elastic will still be in great condition even after I no longer have children in diapers.

*They have a great resell value. Fuzzi Bunz hold their value well because they are made great and work well. They are well respected in the Cloth Diapering community. That's important to me because I eventually plan to sell (or give away) all of my diapers when I no longer need them. I know when that day comes that I will be able to sell the diapers for at least half (if not more) than what I paid for them brand new. $19 for a diaper isn't a bad deal at all when you can use it for a couple of years and still sell it for almost $10.

*Extra Absorbency. With a pocket diaper, you can add extra inserts to make the diaper more absorbent. This is great for at night because you can put 2-3 inserts in and create a diaper that is very absorbent even for a heavy wetter at night. Huggies and Pampers could not keep my toddlers from leaking out at night, but a Fuzzi Bunz extra stuffed could.

*They don't leak poo! Every single time (literally) that my baby wore a disposable diaper during the first few months of life, he would leak poo up out of the back of the diaper. I had the same problem with all of my other children. The disposable diapers just can't hold in breastfeeding poo in well at all. I don't have that problem with Fuzzi Bunz at all. The elastic around the waist and legs does a fantastic job of holding the poo in and preventing it from getting on my baby's clothes.

Okay, now on to a couple things I didn't like (none of which were troublesome enough to take off a star):

*The ends of the elastic never seem to stay in the opening they're supposed to. The ends just kind of stick out a bit. It's really not a big deal to me as I tuck them into the diaper anyway. It doesn't seem to rub against my baby's skin so it's really just a minor thing. It may be that I'm doing something wrong for getting them to stay in there. I haven't messed with it too much as it just doesn't matter too much to me other than it's a bit puzzling why they'd make a hole for the extra elastic to stick in if it won't actually stay there.

*My baby could not stay dry in them as a newborn. I don't know if it was the fit or what. I didn't really play around with the elastic much at that point to try and get a better fit because I had other diapers to use on my newborn at that point. Bum genius 1-size did not work well on my baby as a newborn either. It also probably had to do with that my baby was a heavy wetter. You can't really double stuff a pocket diaper and expect it to fit well on a newborn. It's too bulky, so a single micro-fiber insert could not keep my baby from leaking out as a newborn. Now that Baby is bigger I can use two inserts and keep Baby dry, but that wasn't really an option in the beginning.

A couple of tips:

*When you put the FB 1-size on your baby, snap the hip snaps on both sides BEFORE you do the waist snaps. I didn't know to do that until a couple months ago and it has greatly improved the fit on my baby. So do the hip snaps first!

*If you are experiencing leaks, then it's time to strip your diapers! Detergent and other things can build up on your inserts. If you're finding that the inserts are starting to repel or that the outer shell is leaking, then you need to strip them. There are several ways to do this. Google "how to strip diapers" and you will find many suggestions. Make sure you are using a detergent that is cloth diaper friendly, meaning it won't cause as much build up. If you google: "detergents for cloth diapers" you will find lists that show you some of the best ones out there. You also need to make sure you are doing a wash routine that will get the suds out properly. I believe Fuzzi Bunz even has suggestions on wash routine and detergents on their site.

*If you don't have a clothesline to dry your pocket diapers, you can hang them up over the shower curtain rod, stair case banister, the top of the chair, ect. I've hung mine up in many different places to get them dry. It only takes a few hours before they're dry and ready to use again. I try not to put them in the dryer unless I'm out of clean dry diapers and need a pocket shell in a hurry. Letting the shells line dry prevents them from wearing out as quickly as if they're put in the dryer every time.

*Microfiber inserts are not your only option for stuffing these diapers. Hemp is a really popular choice as it's a natural fiber, thin, and absorbent. I've even just stuffed them with a prefold before (which is pretty bulky in case you're wondering).

I hope this helps anyone considering trying Fuzzi Bunz! They have worked great for my family. If you decide to try them and they don't work out for your baby, you can always list them on craigs list or diaper swappers and sell them there. They are worth giving a try!
99 of 102 people found the following review helpful
Nice diaper but be careful about how you wash it 1 Aug. 2010
By E. Karr - Published on
One of the best things about this diaper is that it washes nicely and dries quickly. I only need to put it on a drying rack outside for a couple of hours, which saves a lot on electricity. And stains disappear with just a few hours in the sun. I like the sturdiness of the snaps and the stretchy waterproof cover, which contains messes well. The diaper feels soft on the outside and inside. The material is also very durable (no fuzzy pills) and looks nice wash after wash. And the diaper also washes really easily - just toss the whole thing in the wash - one rinse cycle on cold, a hot wash cycle, and then a cold rinse.

Note that that the diaper is meant for "10-45 pounds" and will be huge on most newborns as well as bad for the healing of the umbilical cord (since the diaper covers it and could keep it from drying out). On the smaller settings (for babies less than 18 lb), it is a little more difficult to get the insert into the cover. Another concern I had about Fuzzibunz is that the inside of the diaper seems to get really warm and moist due to it being made of fleece, and I worry that a newborn may get overheated in the summer. For a one year old, it's not as big of a deal. Also the fleece makes it hard to tell if the diaper is wet unless you stick your finger in the diaper or smell it. On the other hand, the fleece does help keep the baby's skin dry, preventing diaper rash. Fuzzibunz says the warranty is void if you use diaper rash cream, but if you need it, California Baby diaper rash cream is the best (and smells wonderful).

One other thing I wanted to mention is that this diaper is VERY sensitive to the amount of detergent, and mine started stinking and leaked badly when I used too much detergent. I had to rinse them like crazy until all the suds disappeared. Now I make sure I only use 1/4 of the detergent and not 1/2 like the instructions say (I have a small washer-dryer unit which has the dryer stacked on top). Yes, it is very counter-intuitive to use less soap when it is more stinky, but the soap gunks up the fabric. So if you get any leaks, the first thing to try is (after you've washed them clean) to do an extra cycle on hot and look for bubbles, which indicate you have too much soap. You'll need to keep rinsing them until the bubbles are gone. The fuzzibunz website has a number to call if you have problems, and there is a warranty on the diapers (so keep your receipts).
A final suggestion for new cloth diapering parents - when we first came home from the hospital after using disposables, the thought of using cloth was daunting. I suggest having some disposables to use for the first few weeks while the umbilical cord dries out. The adjustment to caring for a newborn and the exhaustion can be overwhelming, so be flexible and make it easier on yourself during this initial adjustment period. When you are ready, take some time to figure out what size to adjust the elastics to (the sizing chart was very helpful). What I did was adjust a few diapers to different sizes and try them on to find the best fit (as it turned out, the sizing suggestion on the package was right on for me). Then set aside a time to stuff and adjust all the rest of your Fuzzibunz to the size that works. Line them up or stack them in a drawer so that they are ready to go. That way, you are not overwhelmed while the baby is crying and needs changing.

UPDATE - There have been many instances of leaking. A couple of times, I had to resort to "stripping" them by scrubbing the inserts with a toothbrush and Dawn dishsoap (and wasting a lot of water/energy/time getting the soap out). I would definitely suggest not washing them at a laundromat (I think that's what caused the repelling). I would also suggest that you "strip" your washer of buildup, avoid using fabric softener, and start using less soap for your other clothes. I usually avoid washing diapers with my other laundry. I also started using water softener every few washes and whenever I have repelling issues. After 9 months, I had to start using doublers at night. After 12 months, even the two fuzzibunz inserts together didn't give my baby enough absorbancy, and I started using Seventh Generation disposable diapers at night. Then I found out that babies can be potty trained (EC - elimination communication) and stopped putting diapers on her during the day.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
FuzziBunz One Size Cloth Diapers 18 Jun. 2012
By Arthur & Family - Published on
Ugg. I really really wanted to love these diapers (especially after all the money we spent buying 24 before our baby's birth and then 12 more a few weeks after her birth)! FuzziBunz is so close to being a good product, but unfortunately they have a major flaw - they leak. We have been using these diapers for about 6 months now. I have only ever used detergent specifically formulated for cloth diapers and have taken the care and time to line dry all the diaper shells so they'll last longer. Initially, FuzziBunz worked great when our baby was only a few months old and only drinking small amounts of milk at a time. Since her intake (and therefore output) has increased, these diapers leak constantly causing me an enormous amount of frustration and time washing extra pants, onesies, blankets, and whatever she's sitting on when the urine soaks through the diaper. From what I can tell, the problem comes from the way the leg openings are designed. (The only leaks we have ever had come from the leg openings.) The piece of fleece that lines the inside of the diaper extends into the leg openings and is then sewn to the outer shell. Unfortunately, this area of the fleece is exposed outside of the diaper. So, as the fleece absorbs urine, the urine spreads right through the leg openings. I wish they had designed the leg openings like they designed the back adjustable elastic area of the diaper where the waterproof fabric folds over the elastic and the fleece is never exposed to the outside of the diaper. There are a lot of great features to love about FuzziBunz diapers, but I won't be purchasing them again in the future, because there is no point in using a diaper that leaks constantly!!
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Leaks periodically 16 Dec. 2010
By SunShine - Published on
I was so excited when I purchased these because of all the cute colors they came in and that they're so highly recommended by EVERYONE. The fit is great and so customizable. Granted, I mainly do prefolds and these are the only pockets I own so I can't really compare these to other brands out there. I found that these leak periodically and I haven't used anything on them that would cause repelling. I take two stars off because in order to prevent blowouts, I have to have the fit around the legs tight enough to prevent gapping and that almost always leaves a red mark around my baby's legs. I don't have this problem when I do prefolds. Other than that, they wash well and the absorbency is very customizable with how much you stuff it. It is annoying that after every wash, the elastics that adjust the size for the thighs come out of their slots and have to be put back in. They hang out in four places and when you want to just put them away, it's a little time consuming.

Update after 9 months of use:

Maybe it's just me, but I'm not impressed. Prefolds have been my preference and still is. And at this point, I consider myself seasoned in cloth diapering because I have them all. Every kind and every brand. The only good thing about this diaper is that it is the least bulky. But the inserts aren't as absorbent as I thought they were. Now that my daughter is older and she is peeing a lot more, it is necessary to use a doubler to prevent leaks. A couple months ago I noticed I was having leaks ALL THE TIME. Very frustrating when you're out and about and see a big wet spot in your stroller seat. I realized it was because the PUL in some of my Fuzzibunz were delaminating. The lamination was literally ripped apart. This was very surprising considering these pockets aren't even used that often. So the life of these diapers were still fairly new. I rigidly follow the instructions for care and maintenance with all my diapers, never drying the covers because of the heat wearing out the PUL. Now the fact that I was having a problem with this makes me question how long these diapers could really last if these were used on a regular basis. They say it could be used for up to two children depending on wear and tear, but I'm really beginning to doubt that. When I addressed this with Fuzzibunz, they were quick to send me replacements at the cost of paying for shipping to send the damaged diapers back to them. When I received my replacements I immediately noticed a difference in the quality between the ones I had purchased and the ones I received. It seemed like a much cheaper counterpart to the ones they sell in retail. Also, I sent them multiple colors of damaged ones and they sent back only one color for all the replacements. This is frustrating when you intentionally pick out different colors to meet the preferences of the gender. Another huge con that supersedes all the others is that you need to be prepared for stripping these diapers on a regular basis. It's not so much this brand in particular, but synthetic fibers will build residue much more easily than natural fibers. You have to be very careful not to use any cremes or lotions, including diaper creams, that will build up in these kind of diapers and cause repelling. They don't wash out easily, so they will need more manual stripping. Overall, I won't be buying Fuzzibunz ever again. If I want more pockets I'm going to give BumGenius a shot.
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