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  • All the reusable cloth nappy supplies you'll need for your child, from newborn to potty training.
  • Over 100 items, including prefold reusable cloth nappies, nappy covers, potty training pants, Diaper Liners, and nappy booster pads.
  • Real Nappies reusable cloth diapers are made of premium Oeko-tex-certified 100% Indian cotton that stays soft and fluffy, even after vigorous laundering.
  • Real Nappies PUL nappy covers repel moisture to keep baby dryer and are easily fastened with velcro tabs at the waist.
  • All Real Nappies products are made from premium quality materials, and are backed by a unique warranty on nappies and covers that extends across two children.
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Technical Details
Item Weight13 Kg
Product Dimensions46 x 42 x 39 cm
Manufacturer referenceBTP01
Target genderUnisex
Minimum Weight Recommendation3 Kilograms
Maximum Weight Recommendation18 Kilograms
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB002LR78RI
Best Sellers Rank 74,506 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15 Kg
Date First Available10 Oct. 2010
  
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The Real Nappies Birth to Potty Pack takes the guesswork out of reusable cloth nappies and contains all of the nappy supplies you'll need for your child. Compared with the cost of buying disposables, and you'll save hundreds or even thousands of pounds by choosing reusable cloth nappies.

The Real Nappies prefold reusable cloth nappy system features a 100% Indian cotton nappy and a waterproof PUL nappy cover that fastens with a velcro applix enclosure at the waist. Stretchy elastic around the legs ensures the nappy stays snug on your child and won't cause redness or rashing.

The Real Nappies Birth to Potty Pack is the most economical way to buy all of the prefold cloth nappies and nappy covers you need. Each Real Nappies Birth To Potty Pack contains:

  • 24 x Reusable Cloth Nappies, Newborn
  • 24 x Reusable Cloth Nappies, Infant
  • 18 x Reusable Cloth Nappies, Crawler
  • 12 x Reusable Cloth Nappies, Toddler
  • 6 x Snug Wrap Nappy Covers, Newborn
  • 6 x Snug Wrap Nappy Covers, Infant
  • 6 x Snug Wrap Nappy Covers, Crawler
  • 5 x Snug Wrap Nappy Covers, Toddler
  • 8 packs of 100 Real Nappies Diaper Liners
  • 2 x Booster Pads
  • 1 x Potty Training Pants
  • 1 x Waterproof Nappy Bag
  • 1 x Helpful User Guide
  • Free Bonus 2 x Nappy Fresh Nappy Sanitiser Packs

There's no better way to get started with Real Nappies reusable cloth nappies.


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By sar79 on 16 Aug. 2011
I started using the odd cloth nappy with my eldest son but never really knew where to start so just ended up with bits that didn't really get used, this time I again thought about trying cloth nappies again but wanted to get stuck in and do it properly, this pack has been invaluable for that as it has everything I'll need, it comes with so many items that it works out really good value and already I can see how I'll be making huge savings... And my concience is clearer that I'm not filling landfills with nappies that don't decompose! The whole cloth nappy process has been made easy because of this pack and the nappies are so soft :-) I must admit I feel a flutter of pride seeing a line full of washed clean nappies too (sad I know but it's the little things) really good value pack and so impressed with how much is in it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Susan Woods on 6 Dec. 2011
I've been researching the possibility of using cloth nappies with my daughter while she was still in my belly. After not being able to make up my mind, I decided on these and I am very satisfied with my decision.

I loved them since the first time I put them on my baby. They are made from high quality materials, they dry quickly, clean much easier than I would think they would, and the fabric is very soft causing no irritation what-so-ever on my baby's bum. I'll be using these for a long time to come, highly recommended!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By anon on 7 Nov. 2011
I was interested in using cloth napes for my baby but didn't know where to start. This pack took out all the guesswork as it has everything you need and now that I have been using cloth napes for a while these prefold types are clearly the easiest to use.
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But it does require some more time than the quick alternative.

The different age sizes are good and it has a good fit and it gives room for the child's stomach and it does not seem like it makes unnecessary pressure.

A good instructional DVD in the package to show how to fold them, very helpful.

It seems like a very good quality package and we will definitely use it again if we are having another kid, but we are not in a hurry =D
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65 of 67 people found the following review helpful
I love these diapers! 22 Jun. 2010
By Emily - Published on Amazon.com
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I knew that I wanted to try to use cloth diapers with my baby. I was doing all my cloth diapering research when my water broke 5 weeks early! So right before heading to the hospital I ordered the birth to potty pack because this system had the best reviews. The diapers arrived soon after we came home from the hospital. Since I was in a rush to use them, I only did two hot water cycles before putting them into circulation. Even with just two hot washes, the diapers were absorbent and had quilted up nicely. I hated the idea of wasting so much hot water for just 1 stage of diaper inserts, so I washed the Newborn and Infant stages together. Good thing too, because my full-sized preemie outgrew the newborn size in about a month. I went to pack away the newborn diapers, when I realized I can use the smaller diapers as a "catch pad"/bib for breastfeeding. I'm currently on the Infant size and I'm using the Crawlers and Toddler sizes as tummy-time drool mats, drool mats for naptime, lap pads, and as changing pad liners. The use as changing pad liner was an epiphany after reading so many bad reviews for changing pad systems that required special liners that ultimately end up rolling and bunching in the wash. I received some name-brand washable lap pads as a gift, and they were really small and only lasted two washes before falling apart because they're just two pieces of felt glued together; what a waste! These Real Nappies have turned into so much more than just diapers, and this set really is everything you need to diaper your baby!

Every 2 days I use Charlie's Soap and the tiniest amount of the Nappy Fresh to wash soiled diapers on a cold water+extra rinse cycle, and then I add all of baby's clothes and other laundry for a second warm water+extra rinse cycle. Haven't had any staining or odor issues yet. I only wash the diaper covers if they get pooped on, and air dry the other covers by building and rotating thru all 6 covers in a day.

My baby hates wet diapers, and will cry the instant his is wet. When you feel the diaper, there's never any question if it's wet, versus with disposables we're always poking the diaper over and over again to figure out if that's the reason baby's crying. People have told me the cloth diapers will make potty training easier because baby will know when the diaper is wet, versus with super absorbent diapers, babies tend to sit around in them for longer periods of time. When my baby was sick and having diarrhea, we went 48 hours in disposables, and in that short amount of time he got diaper rash. When we switched back to the nappies, the rash went away. We've never had to use diaper cream (why add more chemicals to your baby's life?).

These cloth diapers have far better workmanship than other prefolds out there. I wanted a few extra inserts so I bought some prefolds and covers from other companies for comparison. I found that the Real Nappies are a little narrower in the crotch so baby's legs can be closer together (how is baby supposed to crawl with a huge diaper in the way?) so I joke that they are European cut. The sewing is tidier and doesn't unravel. For the diaper covers, I love that the fabric is soft and there's no exposed PUL (other companies have an exposed polyurethane liner, almost like pizza parlor tablecloth, and it tends to get sweatier). We've had some close calls, but have not yet had any blow outs (#1 nor #2) even though there are no gussets. The edges of the velcro can be sharp, but aren't nearly as sharp as other wraps I've tried. Keeping the diaper insert pulled all the way to the top edge will help keep the diaper cover from rolling inward and cutting into baby's belly.

The one thing I didn't figure out until later: Since you're doing cloth diapers, why not do cloth wipes too! They can fit into a diaper warmer or tupperware. Just add water and a few drops of natural wipes solution!

I'm a first time mom and I'm no crunchy-granola-hippie, I'm really more of a consumer. But I wanted to provide my baby with the healthiest options I could afford. I never planned to "go green" but after trying these diapers, I can see how easy it is to make my household healthier by reducing the amount of chemicals and trying to choose greener products. While the initial investment is upfront, in the long run, I will spend less on diapering my baby.

I love these diapers.
36 of 36 people found the following review helpful
So glad we took a chance 27 Jan. 2012
By mwh - Published on Amazon.com
We purchased these before our son was born and are quite happy with them. My husband was not so sure about cloth diapering when he thought about washing them and all, however, there are plenty of sites out there that give pointers and advice to help along the way.

We started using these diapers once baby was done with the meconium poop phase. At the beginning, because he pooped and peed quite often, we'd have to wash them every day and a half to two days. Though it seems rather bulky up front, he was comfortable in them. We like these cloth diapers because they do not smell. Disposable diapers smell because of the scents and chemicals used to make them, and once he pees in them, it smells even more. With the cloth diapers, he knows when he's wet, and he really doesn't stink unless he poops in the diaper.

He is currently 6 months old and wearing the Infant size. He's never blown out with the cloth diapers, though he has blown out at least twice with the disposable diapers. He started eating solids at about 4.5-5 months, and now we use the liners. It is nice to just be able to lift the liner up and toss it in the toilet and put the diaper (and cover if it got dirty) in the pail.

We use the simplehuman Semi-Round Step Trash Can, Brushed Stainless Steel, 40 Liters / 10.5 Gallons with Planet Wise Diaper Pail Liner - Avocado. We bought two liners, so while one is in the wash, there is still another one to line the pail. For wipes, we use Charlie Banana 10 Reusable Double Sided Wipes, Blue Emb. as well as Spasilk 10 Pack Soft Terry Washcloth, Yellow. I actually love the Spasilk washcloths. We use them for everything. The Charlie Banana wipes are okay. The fleece side is softer on baby's bottom, while the cotton side holds water and picks up grime a bit better. The Spasilk washcloths also have a smooth side and a rougher side, but are only one layer (easier to get into folds and cracks, as the CB wipes are rather thick).

To put diaper on baby:
We watched the DVD included with the pack, which was short and easy. We follow the method they show in the DVD.

When baby gets dirty:
Take off dirty diaper, put soiled cotton prefold into pail (we do not dunk). Wet wipe and wipe up any mess if there is any. Throw wipe(s) in pail. If cover is soiled, make sure the velcro tabs are folded down and put in pail (or they can be handwashed if that's what you prefer). If cover is not soiled, put a clean prefold into the cover and velcro it back on baby. If we are out, we put the dirty diaper in Kushies "On the Go" 2 Pack Wet Bag, Green or the wetbag that came with the pack.

To wash a load of diapers:
When running low on clean prefolds (2-4 left), we run a wash (about every 2 days). Take the full pail liner and empty into washer, turning pail liner inside out and throwing it in with the wash. Wash load on COLD cycle, NO detergent, with light spin (just to drain the water). When cold cycle is over, wash on HOT with detergent (we got a good deal at Costco for a 6-pack of Tiny Bubbles) Tiny Bubbles Detergent, Net Wt. 60 oz., Yellow Box. Then we throw all the prefolds in the dryer and hang the diaper covers and the pail liner. When the prefolds are dry, we fold them just like any other laundry would need to be folded after drying. They come out clean and do not smell at all. The washing machine also does not smell at all. (We have a front-loading washer and dryer.)

Pros:
- multiple uses: burp cloths, largest size to line changing pad
- baby knows when he/she is wet, so will likely tell you or seem annoyed
- saves tons of money that would have been spent on disposable diapers
- chemical-free and smells clean
- doesn't leak because diaper covers are really good. we started putting the cover over his disposable at night so his clothes wouldn't smell like urine in the morning. disposables allow the smell and moisture to seep through to clothes.
- hold up to a lot of washing
- prefolds are nice and thick, very absorbent (other prefolds I've seen in the stores have fewer layers and are not as thick)
- can use again for future babies (or, if no more babies, can use as cloths for household use, car use, really, anything you'd use a cotton cloth for)

Cons:
- prefolds are rather bulky, so packing them in a diaper bag is not so desirable. we use disposables when going out.
- baby knows when he/she is wet, so you can't be lazy and not change him/her - the Flip Stay Dry Diaper Inserts are GREAT for helping baby feel dry even if he/she is wet.
- other people who might watch your baby may not know how to use these. putting them on incorrectly can cause leaks. (but they're easy to put on correctly, once taught)
- daycare may not allow for cloth diapers

Newborn 2.5-6 kg = 5.5-13.2 lbs
Infant 5-9 kg = 11-19.8 lbs
Crawler 8-14 kg = 17.6-30.8 lbs
Toddler 13-18 kg = 28.6-39.6 lbs
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
So easy! 22 April 2010
By *Michelle* - Published on Amazon.com
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With our first child, it was brand name premium disposable diapers only. With our second, we switched to store brand after a few months. Our third has never known the feel of a premium brand disposable on his bum. With number four on the way and number three still in diapers, I decided to bite the bullet and switch to cloth for the cost savings. Even the least expensive generic diapers would still cost us about $1000 per year for two kids.

I opted for Real Nappies because I wanted a complete system and I'm very pleased with the results. We purchased the Birth to Potty Pack, along with some extra Crawler and Toddler sets, night time booster pads, and extra nappy liners. Even with a new diaper pail and diaper pail liners thrown in (not to mention a shelf and fabric bins to store everything in the laundry room), we're still paying less for years of usage than we would pay for a single year of disposable diapers. So, I'm very happy from an economics standpoint already.

I also couldn't be more pleased with the diapers themselves. The instructions are clear and concise, the inserts are thick and absorbent while still folding easily, the wraps are snug and easy to fit (and plain white, so they can be used for either gender), and the disposable nappy liners make changing soiled diapers just about as easy as disposable diapers. It took a couple of days to get a good routine down for the diaper changes and laundry, but it's been smooth sailing ever since.

I'm glad we made the switch to cloth. I only wish we'd done it right from the start. Think of all the money we could have saved!
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
great 22 Jun. 2010
By Crown of Jewels - Published on Amazon.com
I'll share what I was looking for, so you can better get what you need out of this review. Having used other cloth diapers with all sorts of bells and whistles, I was looking for plain, simple and straight forward. No finnicky wicking material, no special washing instructions, no need to strip, or handle carefully. I wanted the old fashioned, very economically priced, get the job done sort of a diaper. When I read that they were used at maternity wards in New Zealand, I figured I'd probably found what I was looking for, and I have.

I was initially concerned at the lack of leg gussets, but have been pleased and relieved to find that they function perfectly without them. I think perhaps with some of the thinner inserts out there, the leg gussets become more necessary. But, as these are meant to fit firmly against baby, that doesn't pose a problem with these and I have not had leaking issues apart from my occasional lapses by leaving the diaper on too long between changes. You do have to make sure you've got the diaper snugly fastened. I pull up and out towards baby's side with the front of the diaper as I cross the tab over to fasten which nicely snugs down the legs and waist at the same time.

I have had the whole gamut of issues with previous diapers that I have tried, and these are far superior in function, at a fraction of the cost. Add to that a two child use guarantee out of your diapers and you really can't go wrong.

We've used the first two sizes so far. I did find that they were easier to use and fit better as my baby got a little bigger - the second size was easier, but the first size worked too. The liquid poo fold works like a charm.

As pps stated, you need to make sure the insert is fully stuffed into the leg gussets and isn't sticking out anywhere around the legs or waist.

I also noted that the velcro tabs were stiff and kind of sharp. I have solved this problem by making sure the insert is completely forward in the cover, so it doesn't fold over and tuck in at the waist, thereby preventing the tabs from coming into contact with skin. I line the insert up with the very edge of the front of the diaper and then stretch the back out so that when the diaper is put on, the insert stays close to the front and not the back.

They seem pretty sturdy and have held up well. The writing on the labels has come off, but the cover itself seems virtually unchanged by multiple washings.

We have a essential pack and a top up pack for this size, yielding 5 covers and loads of inserts. I never make it through all the inserts but I do occassionally run out of covers and have to use a disposable while I do the wash. I think if I were more on top of my laundry, that wouldn't pose a problem, but I think to essential packs instead, with 6 covers is how I'll go for the next size.

It really seems like you can't beat the price. If you're doing cloth diapers to be economical and functional, then this is a good match. If you want the latest bells and whistles, flashy colors, and don't mind spending a pretty penny for what could turn out to be a flop, then this wouldn't be your best match. I kind of wanted a sure thing without much that can go wrong, and not much of a financial investment in my experiment. It worked out great!
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Perfect for first time cloth diapering parents 8 Dec. 2009
By bookworm - Published on Amazon.com
We used disposables with our first child, but when my wife became pregnant with our second child we decided to try cloth diapering. After researching online and trying to find a system that would work for us, we ended up going with the Birth to Potty pack.
There are at least one hundred items in the box; diapers, covers, liners, sanitizer and everything in between. This system fits with our lifestyle and we don't have to worry about buying new diapers every time our son reaches a developmental milestone. The diapers stay soft and fluffy (even after vigorous washing and drying), and now that we've upgraded to the Toddler size our Newborn set has been put away in storage until we decide to have another child.
Now that we've used cloth diapers, we'll never go back to disposables!
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