Diaper Rite brand products are sold exclusively at Diaper Junction. Just recently, A LOT of new products were added including:
- Diaper Rite Newborn Pockets, Covers and Bamboo AIO’s
- Diaper Rite Bamboo Pocket Diapers
- Diaper Rite AIO Diapers (updated version)
- Diaper Rite Hanging Wet Bags
Today I’m reviewing the new one-size All-in-One (AIO) diaper. I got the new Chevy print and love the bright zigzag design!
Here are the basic features of the Diaper Rite AIO:
- Waterproof TPU outer with a white microfleece inner lining (the old version was lined with suedecloth)
- Semi-attached soaker pad made of two layers of microfiber and one layer of microfleece on top. There is also an extra built-in layer of microfiber in the diaper itself.
- Waterproof strip of TPU on the inside top of the waistband for extra leak protection
- Fits babies from 8 to 35 pounds by means of an adjustable, snapping rise
- The wings close with double snaps (the old version featured a single snap and two hip snaps).
- Back elastic
- Retail price is $10.95
This is a true All-in-One because the soaker is permanently attached at the back and there’s nothing for you to stuff or snap. If you have a smaller baby, just fold the soaker under at the front and tuck under the flap.
I like the updates that Diaper Rite has put in their AIO. The microfleece is softer and snugglier than microsuede, and the new snap configuration at the waist is quicker to fasten (two snaps instead of three). Even though the hip snaps are gone, I haven’t noticed this diaper sagging even on Erik, who is an active two-year-old.
WHAT I LIKE:
- It’s a little more absorbent than your typical pocket diaper AND you don’t have to stuff it
- This AIO diaper can actually be AIR DRIED in a matter of hours
- You can lift up the soaker and add a doubler underneath for extra absorbency
- The double snaps at the waist help to keep the wings from curling back, and the wings stretch generously for a snug fit
- The front flap not only holds the soaker pad in place but can guard against tummy leaks
- You only have to wash it once before it’s ready to use
- Diaper Rite offers a lifetime warranty on snaps and six months on defects in materials/workmanship.
- You can choose from 24 colors and prints and it’s only $10.95!
WHAT I HAD ISSUES WITH:
- Because the soaker pad is attached to the back, you will need to fold the front under a bit to fit a smaller baby. This, in addition to the fold-down rise, creates some bulk up front. But it didn’t compromise fit or function in my testing.
- Since Ingrid is a girl, ideally I would like to be able to fold the soaker pad under towards the back of the diaper (where she wets heavily) instead of the front. Since it’s sewn down at the back, this is not an option. However, if it was sewn at the front, then you’d have this same issue when diapering a boy. I can easily remedy this by adding a small Diaper Rite cotton doubler (they are only $1.52 each) towards the back when she takes a nap.
This is the Diaper Rite cover on Erik; in this picture he’s 2 years old and 27 pounds.
Here’s 7 month old Ingrid:
Here are the colors and prints offered by Diaper Rite – many of these were just recently added and may be new to you.
One reader will win the new one-size Diaper Rite AIO from in-stock colors and prints. Open to US and Canada. Good luck!!