Looking for an affordable, one-size pocket diaper in cute colors and superior leak protection? You just might have found the one, the GoGreen Pocket Diapers Champ 2.0. Plenty of snaps, generous sizing, no touching dirty inserts, there is a lot to love here. We received the Blueberry diaper and small wet/dry bag for review.
Materials: This is a PUL and microfiber pocket diaper. No need for a cover. The stay-dry sueded lining shield the baby from moisture and is great at resisting stains (in our experience). The wet/dry bag is also waterproof with PUL.
Sizing: This diaper is fantastic with the sizing. On the biggest setting, I seriously thought I could try it on myself [almost]! The tiny setting (above) is truly compact, can't wait to try this on a little newborn. There are so many snaps, choose you fit (love the rainbow colors too). The best feature of course, is inside, the Dual Gussets keep messes in so your couch doesn't have to! Speaking of messes, you don't even have to touch the insert as it self-agitates out in the wash.
The wet/dry bag holds about 8 diapers, I always have it in my diaper bag as it is the perfect size for out and about. I love that I have both the clean and dirty diapers in one bag, but separated. It is also a piece of cake to wash (and dries fast) since it doesn't have several layers.
Value: One-size, just one set of diapers for the life of your baby, all at an affordable $15.95 each for the Champ 2.0 (some prints on sale for $14.95). Also available are the Solid Silky Diapers, Print Silky, and Fuzzy Diapers for only $9.99 each. The wet/dry bags are $6.99.
About: The mission of GoGreen Pocket Diapers is to provide a quality diaper at an affordable price. With three kids in diapers, the parents living in Colorado were being charged extra for the exorbitant amount of trash their family produced. They were glad to discover cloth was easy and performed better than disposables, but the price tag was more than they could afford. That's how GoGreen Pocket Diapers was born!
Come back to Eco-Babyz later this fall/winter for our account of how each Newborn Fluff product worked for us.