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Gnappies Little Gpants Everyday Orange and Green Small Reuseable Nappies - 6-Pack

by Gnappies

RRP: 69.95
Price: 58.17 (9.70 / each) & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Most eco-friendly nappy system on the market. gRefills are the only certified 100% biodegradable, plastic-free and elemental chlorine nappy.
  • The original hybrid nappy system. Cloth or 100% biodegradable disposable option.
  • Colourful, soft cotton on the outside. Unique waterproof gBreathe(TM) technology inside means more comfort, less rash.
  • Non-bulky, trim fit. Perfectly sized to reduce leaks and fit your baby at every stage.
  • More convenient than other cloth systems.

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Gnappies Little Gpants Everyday Orange and Green Small Reuseable Nappies - 6-Pack + Gnappies Gpant Pouches, 6ct, Small Reuseable Nappies + Gnappies Gcloth Inserts 6-pack - Newborn/small
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Product Description

Product Description

: Little gPant Nappy Covers are an environmentally- friendly alternative to traditional disposable or cloth nappies. Their soft, breathable cotton fabric reduces the possibility of nappy rash. With a trim fit that reduces leaks, your baby will stay dry, comfortable, and cute. These six plastic-free nappy covers are designed to fit with either gNappy disposable or cloth inserts, giving you the flexibility to choose what is most convenient for you. Earth and Wallet Friendly This set of six gNappy covers is made for you to get started or stock up and feel good about having a small environmental footprint. The reusable system means you're not constantly throwing away disposable nappies, which can take up to 500 years to break down in a landfill. This eco-friendly nappy system gives you both flexibility and affordability to fit your life.

Box Contains

  • Six little gPants, six little gPant pouches, and user guide.

  • Product details

    • Product Dimensions: 25.4 x 20.3 x 10.2 cm ; 259 g
    • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
    • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
    • Item model number: 60084
    • ASIN: B003IGTQKS
    • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 28 Oct 2011
    • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 88,599 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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    Amazon.com: 3.7 out of 5 stars  87 reviews
    46 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars save $ and the earth, here's what we do: 23 May 2011
    By harpersmom - Published on Amazon.com
    To ecofriendly parents who don't want to pollute the earth with plastic baby diapers:
    This is the reason we use gdiapers; and I will admit, they are not as easy and absorbent as pampers, or other plastic diapers on the market that take centuries to decompose; yet they do work well and our family highly recommends them.
    Here is what we do: we use about 8 outters, 12 plastic liners, we buy the disposable paper liners by the case (each one is about $0.30 a pop, comparable to plastic diapers), and we have 8 gcloths, and NOW WE ALSO USE GCLOTH LINERS TO MAKE THE DIAPER CHANGES FASTER AND CLEANER.
    We use the disposable (paper, can be flushed) liner just at night, at daycare, or when we are not at home; otherwise we use the washable gcloth throughout the day. This used to be a messy affair when the wee one pooped, yet not we just put a gcloth liner on top, and peel and flush it during a change. It has a water permeable layer, yet keeps all the poo off of the washable cloth liner. Sometimes, a little poo gets on the edge of the cloth, but usually only the pee gets through. At about $0.08 a pop, this is well worth it. Once the wee one has pooed, we don't need to use the liners for a few changes, so we only end up using 2-3 per day. This saves us from scraping the poo off the cloth liner into the toilet (a nasty affair), it also saves $$$.
    I like the fact that you can reuse the outter and plastic liner after a pee (and sometimes poo) without having to wash it (only having to wash the cloth inner liner). Fuzzy buns and other "pocket liner" systems require the entire diaper to be washed after each pee or poo episode. The diapers end up not lasting as long. Also, after many many washed, if the velcro gets fuzzies in it and no longer sticks, gdiapers will send you new velcro tabs for free. Nice.
    I highly recommend this system to everyone... save $ (in the long run) and the earth.
    21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Review: gDiaper Cloth Diapering System 24 Jan 2012
    By thatmollygirl - Published on Amazon.com
    Overview
    According to their website, gDiapers are "adorable diaper covers with environmentally-friendly inserts." GDiapers come in four sizes (five if you include newborn). The size ranges are as follows: Newborn, 6-10lbs, Small, 8-14lbs, Medium, 13-28lbs, Large, 26-36lbs, and the newest size, X-Large, which fits babies 34lbs and up.
    GDiapers are comprised of 3 parts: the Little gPant (the colorful diaper cover), the Waterproof liner,or "pouch," and the insert. You can use either the biodegradable insert or the gCloth, which is made of a layer of microfleece with a cotton/hemp inside.

    Pricing
    One diaper (gPants, liner, and cloth) will cost $17.99. You can buy 6 cloth inserts for $29.99. Additionally, you can purchase extra pouches (snap-in liners) for $19.99.
    I recommend buying about 6-8 gPants, 6 extra snap-in liners, and a minimum of 18 gCloths if this is your only diapering system and you want to do laundry every other day. Remember, because these diapers are sized, and not one-size-fits-all, you will need to stock up in every size.
    Per size, the total cost of using gdiapers is about $217 for the MINIMUM to diaper. This seems kind of expensive for a basic cloth diapering system, and when you factor in that you have to buy this multiple times, it could get pricey.
    The nice part is the snap-in-liners and gCloths are the same size between mediums and large, but you still have to buy new gPants. If you're diapering longer it's even more expensive, and if you're diapering multiples you'll need even more.
    I don't use them, but for your information, the biodegradable inserts are $14.99 for 32, or you can buy a case of 4 packs of 32 for $52. Initially, I purchased a pack of inserts for overnight use.

    Pros
    Cute, stylish, can be customized by embroidering, adding patches, or other accents
    Don't really need pants in the summer time
    No need for a diaper cover
    Velcro on the back is useful for little hands
    Velcro is easy to use, especially with a squirming baby
    When wet you can just change the cloth; when dirty just the liner

    Cons
    Lot involved with washing: you have to separate the liner from the gPant, wash, and then separate for drying (more to come on washing in a future post)
    Come in 3 sizes- you'd think its a good thing until you've tried a one-size-fits-all
    Doesn't come in white, so you either have to match or have to cover it.
    You have to use different cloths, or at least I did, to prevent leaking
    The microfiber gCloth gets clogged easily and actualy becomes repellent when you have to use a diaper cream or if you ever use dryer sheets or detergent. This even caused me to stop using the gDiapers for a while
    I've noticed slight fading of the gPant and curling of the velcro, even with line-drying

    Overall
    This was my first cloth diapering system. We had a full stock of smalls, but experienced frequent leaking. Once we moved to medium, the leaking was fixed for a couple of weeks, but the leaking started again, we tried all sorts of things, like stripping the diapers, but the cloths weren't even absorbing anything, they had started to repel even water.

    I still love the bold, bright colors, but I wish it came in white. There's a new taupe option, but my husband and I just like the simplicity of white.

    Because they are sized and not a one-size adjustable diaper, you have to basically stock three sets of diapers, even more if you have a large baby and a late potty-trainer. In addition, you only use the smalls for a couple months, if that, because they grow out of them so quickly.

    I'm really happy I tried some other diapers, because I started using the bumgenius natural cotton pre-fold in the gDiapers and I haven't had any leaks since. I'm attributing that to the repellant nature of the synthetic gCloth material. It's definitely allowed me to start using my g's again. I just don't use the gCloths.

    Now, I really like that gDiaper offers the option to use biedegradable inserts. It's good for the planet, but not so good for your wallet. It's $14.99 for 32 inserts and you could just as easily get disposable for half the price. So, if you're using gDiapers to save the planet that's one thing, but we were doing it to save money.

    Just a final note, diapering aside, I love the gDiaper company. Customer service is fantastic, they really value their customers and let you post photos of your "gBaby" to their facebook wall. They also show pictures of having their kids at headquarters and really seem to value family. You can even be a part of the gMum/gDad program and receive promotional material and coupons to pass out to other moms.
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Good w/ Disposable, Bad w/ Cloth 13 July 2011
    By ZacJacsMommy - Published on Amazon.com
    The gDiapers are super cute and the idea of the velco being in the back is very smart when you have curious baby hands, but they were tricky to find the "sweet spot" when it came to tightness. Too loose, they leak out the leg. Too tight, they leak out the waistband. I did not have any luck with the gDiaper using their cloth insert. However, they are absolutely fabulous with the biodegradable refill! I can keep him in it for 4 hours (which was my norm with disposables) and we have no leaks and can reuse the cute little gPant. Unfortunately, over a few more weeks with trying other cloth diaper options, we decided the gDiapers just weren't the best for us and we got rid of them.
    11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars Very disappointed 12 Oct 2012
    By MommaWoods - Published on Amazon.com
    I researched cloth diapers to use on our baby and settled on gdiapers for several reasons: I liked the idea of a hybrid diaper, I didn't want the big bottom look of traditional cloth diapering systems, and the Velcro closure system in the back instead of on the front was appealing. These diapers were great in theory but a disaster practically. We started cloth diapering once our daughter was about 3-4 mo old with the gdiaper system and it was an epic failure. We tried both the biodegradable insert and the cloth insert. The biodegradable option is convenient, but horribly expensive. Both the cloth and disposable option bunch and wad up in the crotch, which I feel would be uncomfortable, but also results in more urine and stool in the liner instead of on the cloth or disposable insert. The cloth seemed to be absorbent, but my daughter always felt damp through the cover despite not actually wetting through. The snap tabs for the liner left red impressions on her stomach and back no matter how I fitted the diaper or which size I had on her. And as for the Velcro in the back; it's great to keep it away from little hands but it also makes it awkward for grown up hands when trying to diaper a wiggling baby. Plus Velcro wears out really fast. I used these diapers for about one week before getting so frustrated and finally getting rid of them. We switched to Bum Genius 4.0 one size pocket diaper with snaps and have been very pleased so far! The diaper is adjustable and you can customize the fit for your child without having to buy 3 sets of diapers for a constantly growing baby. Snaps are in the front and makes changes quick and easy. Having the cloth insert in a pocket style diaper greatly reduces the bunching in the crotch and there are no hard snaps on the inside of the diaper to irritate delicate skin. Another plus is that these come in white, so you don't have to always match a diaper to an outfit. I do think the colors gdiapers offer are cute and I think the trim fit can't be beat. However, I will take the big bottom look any day for a diaper that actually works instead of being frustrated with every diaper change.
    7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars So much better than I was expecting 24 Mar 2012
    By sew_so - Published on Amazon.com
    I had initially registered for gDiapers on Amazon but removed them from my baby registry because of so many negative reviews. A friend of mine ended up gifting me the gpant six pack and I was very hesitant about trying them out on my newborn. I was so wrong about these diapers and can't say enough about how great they are. First of all, let me say that I stuff them with the Bummis newborn prefolds. I have never used the gcloth inserts and have only recently started using the biodegradable grefills at night (love these by the way). The Bummis prefolds work great when stuffed in the gpant pouches and I like the fact that they are much less expensive than the gcloth and can be useful even after baby has outgrown them (my baby was too big for Bummis newborn prefolds at 9 pounds but we still use them in the gDiapers and they are great). The fit of our gDiapers is terrific - we've had numerous blow outs and totally soaked through the prefold and though the diaper cover may have gotten a little damp on occasion, we have never had a leak.
    A few people have complained that the pouches and diaper covers have left red marks on baby's skin. I think this is bound to happen with any diaper - it's just the delicate nature of baby's skin. In my experience the red marks disappear with a little "air time" or a bath. If they don't then you know for sure you are using an ill-fitting diaper and need to make a change.
    What I really like about these diapers is the fact that a single diaper can be used multiple times in a single day. As long as no poop has gotten on the pouch or the cover hasn't gotten wet, you can simply wipe down the pouch, restuff it, and snap it back into the cover. It's really easy, convenient, and cuts down on laundry. Because these diapers fit our daughter so well, we are able to use the same diaper 3 or 4 times in a row by replacing the prefold.
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