I bought 3 of these diapers and have found that they are by far the lowest quality that I have. I have a variety of American made and chinese diapers in my stash and these are the worst I own. One diaper completely delaminated after the first wash. I wash in cloth diaper safe detergent, only line dry, and never bleach. A second diaper is beginning to delaminate after only about a dozen washings and the third while still appearing to be okay does leak. I purchased other ""cheap"" diapers and even many second hand, but they all work better than these babyland. I would shop around more before you buy.
Usually you can pick the babyland diapers up for 2-4 dollars. That is crazy cheap and thus they are lower quality. They make good fluff for your stash. For cheap diapers to make up the bulk of your stash I like the Econobum and KaWaii diapers. On my blog Growing Little Ones I compare these two diapers with the Babyland diapers. Here is a link if you want to read my full review. http://www.growinglittleones.com/2013/05/cloth-diapering-on-budget-comparison-of.html
I bought 20 babyland diapers with 40 inserts for only 110$ with tax and shipping on ebay. I've been using them for a month so far and I love them. They fit great on my 2 month old daughter who is 9 lbs and they absorb a lot, never leak and they have great patterns as well. They also leave my daughters bum nice and dry which got rid of her sore bum rash very quickly. I highly recommend buying these diapers. They're affordable and a great cloth diaper!
my favorite pocket diaper so far! i got a lot of 11 with free shipping, a single + insert for $2.98 shipped, and 2 + 2 inserts for $3.91 shipped on ebay.
i use prefolds inside the pocket to avoid any possible gaps between an insert and the gusset and have yet to experience a leak.
the crossover snaps are great - because of them, these diapers perfectly fit my 5lb 11oz newborn [and, yes, i was SHOCKED].
stains sun out very, very nicely and they dry relatively quickly even if they aren't put in the dryer.
the only negative thing i can think to add is that we experience a bit of ""wing droop"" after a while of baby wearing the diaper, but it is normally time to change her at that point and it still doesn't take away from the great functionality that we get with them.
would recommend them to anyone
I purchased these diapers originally in February 2011 and I hated them they leaked and I just couldn't handle them For my 1 1/2 year old boy....... But then I met a CD lady who explained to me about soaps wicking and how to take care of them and it truly opened my eyes now I am addicted!!! Okay first of all , I use bumgenius liners now because my boy is big and needed the extra absorbency, but her baby boy uses the regular liners that cam with the diapers and says they are awesome (2-3 month old). Plus I wash mine regularly and they have held up very well. I also use BumGenius diapers now too and they are awesome but 3x as much (some are even more). Plus when the Babyland diapers get icky I can replace them easily I am not so attached but my BumGenius are like gold and I don't want to make any mistakes(by the way they don't hold up any better then my baby land ones) The only thing is that my Baby lands are WAY EASIER TO STRIP!! The Bumgenius hold the smell way longer. I love these diapers and for someone New to diapering these are where you start and buy one or 2 of other ones to test the waters.... by the way Babyland now makes BAMBOO diapers!!!
Purchased in 6/2010. Used this item for 12 months.
Date Posted: 6/19/2011
I bought 30 of these a year ago. They were great on a 3 month old. But as my son got older and drank more during the day, as well as the more I washed these diapers, the more they leaked. They are pretty much trash now because the PUL is cracked and completely missing in some areas, but because I like to reuse as much a possible, I'm planning to make a patchwork wet bag with the useless diapers. I do not recommend these for anyone who plans on using them for more than one child over several years. I wish I had spent my money on Grovia, FuzziBunz, Or bumGenius
I originally purchased 6 of these diapers when they were brand name Papoose. I liked them and decided to buy more but they were renamed Babyland. I ordered 10 more and started them in full rotation when LO was 4 weeks and 10lbs. Prior to that they were too big. The original 6 papoose diapers lost their absorbency after 2 weeks but the new babylands worked great! I purchased 25 more because they worked so well! They are trimmer than Kawaii(although I love Kawaii as well) & fit smaller babies. I've had no issues w/leaking due to absorbency (I change her every 2-4 hours using the inserts that came w/the diapers). At night I use 2 inserts. On occasion I get wicking to her clothes because the microfleece liner wasn't tucked in or from tight onsies folding in on the legs. My nanny even figured out how to use these w/zero instruction and no experience w/CDing. They are easy, dry quickly, and trim. I wash them w/Tide original on cold/cold then another soapless cycles on hot/cold. I line dry to sun-out any stains but also dry them on high heat if I'm in a rush. I don't know how long they will last (size-wise) through her toddler years but like I said they are great for smaller babies. DD is still on the lowest rise setting at 4mo and 13lbs. I will be buying more of these with the next baby! You just can't beat the price! Oh and customer service is awesome when I had a very small issue
Purchased at: Ebay - seller is Hairworlds
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