the One-Size Small and the One-Size Large FuzziBunz pocket diaper.

FuzziBunz First Year Adjustable Diaper, Fly boy, 6-24 Pound


How to Stuff FuzziBunz Pocket Diapers

The FuzziBunz Pocket Diapers are not my favorite to say the least. They do not work well with my chucky legged baby.

Ease of Use
The diaper itself is not hard to put on. I have an issue with the leg adjustments on these diapers. I do not fully understand how they work or what you are actually supposed to do with them to make the legs gussets fit different size babies.

Leak Prevention
Every time I have used this diaper so far I have had some kind of leaking issue. I have put this diaper to the bottom of my stash for emergency use when the others are dirty. I do not grab this diaper if I have a choice to use a different one because of the leaking.

My son does seem comfortable in these diapers when he was wearing them until he would go to the bathroom. Once my son would go to the bathroom within minutes he would have a leak somewhere which resulted in him no longer being comfortable.

I can not say how I feel about the absorbency in this diaper because I always have leaks through the legs. I believe that if I could get the legs to fit him properly I would not have any leak issues and the would absorb well.

I found the Fuzzibunz to be overall a decent cloth diaper. I bought them because I had a half off coupon at a local children's store, and this was one of the few cloth diaper brands they had at the time. The colors are very bright and cute, and there are many options to choose from. The inserts that it comes with are very soft, but I used prefolds instead inside the pocket. I found the pocket insert to be quite narrow, especially compared to BumGenius 4.0's, and had a harder time stuffing these diapers. I also did not like the adjustable elastic being inside the diaper, and never figured out how to replace the elastic. The diapers did come with extra elastic, and these diapers did not seem to hold up as long as the other diapers that we used. There was a few months where I preferred these diapers, but overall I preferred BumGenius 4.0's.

Ease of Use
The Fuzzibunz pocket diapers are relatively easy to use. All you have to do is put the inserts in and snap the outsides around your baby. Most of my cloth diapers are Bumgenius, and I think those are easier to use than Fuzzibunz especially to adjust the size of the diapers. Fuzzibunz has an adjustable elastic inside the diaper, which was different than just adjusting the snaps on the outside like the Bumgenius 4.0 diapers that we mostly used.

Leak Prevention
Overall the Fuzzibunz diapers were pretty good about preventing leaks. I did have a few Fuzzibunz diapers that seemed to always leak even when they were pretty new.

These cloth diapers are very soft in the beginning and appear to be very comfortable. It is harder to get a perfect fit in this brand compared to others, so that might impact the comfort for baby depending on body size.

I found Fuzzibunz diapers to be pretty absorbent. The inserts that came with the diapers worked well enough, but I switched to using a prefold as an insert instead.

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