Pros of Rumparooz One Size Diapers
- Four diaper sizes in one
- Cute color combinations and prints
- Durable diapers that stand up to the rigors of daily use, washing and drying
- Easy to stuff the microterry insert into the pocket diaper
- Snaps or Aplix closure options
Cons of Rumparooz One Size Pocket Diapers
- The pocket opening is lower than most other brands, which means a really dirty diaper may end up covering the opening.
- Microfiber insert sometimes gets stuck inside the diaper, making it hard to shake the insert loose into the washing machine. Many times, you have to stick your hand inside the pocket to get the insert out.
- Only has a 30-day warranty, where some competitors have a one year warranty
Rumparooz Diaper Inserts
Each diaper comes with two microterry inserts. One insert is smaller and contoured. The other is larger and snaps for a custom-size fit.
I use the smaller insert for my 1 year old during the day. For naps and bedtime, I double up on the inserts. Even with the inserts doubled, baby doesn't feel bulky. Yet, the inserts are very absorbent and keep baby dry.
Rumparooz DiapersRumparooz offers three diapering options. The Lil Joeys are an all-in-one diaper for newborns up to 12 pounds. Diaper covers are available as newborn and one size fittings. The Rumparooz G2 One Size Diapers are pocket diapers that cover your baby from 6.5 pounds to 35+ pounds.
For this review, we'll take a look at the Rumparooz G2 One Size Diaper. The one size pocket diapers give you four sizes in one with the adustable snap rise.
What makes Rumparooz stand out from its competitors is the double inner leg gussets. These inner gussets are sewn about an inch inside the diaper. You have two gussets wrapping around baby to keep those messes contained.
The gussets are soft against baby's skin and are covered with the same microchamois that lines the diaper. The microchamois is thick and feels like a blanket.
It's hard to tell when baby wets the diaper because the moisture is wicked away from the skin. Baby feels just as dry as when you put the clean diaper on him.
The biggest drawback of this diaper is the pocket opening's placement. Most cloth diaper brands leave the opening at the very back edge of the diaper.
The Rumparooz G2 One Size Diapers opening is about one inch lower and is inside the diaper. If you end up with a really messy diaper, you can have some of that mess covering your pocket opening. This makes it very tricky to get the insert out.
Another downside to the Rumparooz diapering system is the price. FuzziBunz will run you about $16-19. Happy Heinys costs less than $20. Each Rumparooz diaper costs about $25. That's a significant difference in price when you need to build your diaper stash.
Rumparooz Diapers Wash and CareI wash my Rumparooz Diapers daily. I dry them on low heat. There haven't been any problems of leakage or the diaper breaking down due to being used so often and dried in the dryer.
The official washing instructions ask you to run a cold pre-wash. Then you add 1/4 cup of additive-free detergent in a hot wash/cold rinse cycle. Tumble dry on low or line dry.
Tips for Buying Rumparooz Diapers
- You can't buy Rumparooz diapers directly from the manufacturer's website. Do check the website for a list of authorized retailers, though. Many only have online stores but offer free shipping, clearance items and special sales.
- Comparison shop between several sites. Sometimes Amazon.com has the best deal on a certain color. Sometimes one of the online only retailers listed on the manufacturer's website has a better deal. The savings can be a few dollars or more.
- Buy one Rumparooz diaper to try before committing to more. If this diaper isn't for you, you won't have to deal with the hassle of returning more than one.