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    Default "Best" cloth diapers?

    So, I'm looking at getting some new cloth diapers -
    Must be Velcro, as pinning diapers on by yourself is a massive pain.

    I currently have the below:
    https://www.changingtimesdiaperco.co...=CONTOUR-ADULT
    Pin-on style - Annoying

    http://www.incocare.co.nz/index.php/...are-brief.html
    OK for the price. Polyester wadding, so a little strange when whet (read: wet pillow).

    http://www.fetware.com/pull-all-cott...ated-p-37.html
    Like wearing a balloon. Right size waist and legs, but so much cloth. With plastic pants gets creases and is not as comfortable as they could be

    http://www.incocare.co.nz/index.php/...er-system.html
    PUL outer, bamboo fabric. As it is a pocket diaper, dries really fast. - Best choice if buying locally (NZ), discreet shipping

    http://dependeco-adult-diapers.com/c...hp?category=11
    Is there another option I should look at - I got 3 last week, delivered in 7 days, comfortable, solid closing


    What brands have I missed that I should look at before getting more dependico diapers?

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    I've wanted to check out pre-fold diapers myself but love my Dependecos. I'm not familiar with any of these and don't have many outside sources.

    Not sure if they ship to NZ our outside the states, but Angelsbest on Ebay has some nice Velcro cloth diapers too. About as much as a Dependeco and they're made to order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by okram View Post
    So, I'm looking at getting some new cloth diapers -
    Must be Velcro, as pinning diapers on by yourself is a massive pain.

    I currently have the below:
    https://www.changingtimesdiaperco.co...=CONTOUR-ADULT
    Pin-on style - Annoying
    Well, before you give up on your CTDC diapers--they're my personal favorites, and I actually like pinning--perhaps you'd consider using them in a pocket diaper? Here's a somewhat popular option along those lines: http://snap-ez.com/Shopping.html

    Dependeco also has a pocket diaper option, but with Velcro instead of snaps, so that may be more your thing: http://dependeco-adult-diapers.com/c...php?category=4

    And you should also know that pins aren't the only way to fasten pin-on cloth diapers. There are Snappis, and the far more adult-ready Boingos: http://changingtimesdiaperco.com/products.php?cat=45
    ...if you care enough to give those prefolds a second shot, anyway.

    AIOs are great if you just have to have something disposable-like, however as most long-time cloth-wearers will tell you, the absorbent part of a cloth diaper will usually far outlast any waterproof cover. As a parent who cloth-diapered his baby-babies, I can attest to this. Of course, that was with constant use. YMMV.

    Cheerio!

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    I've got the Snappis, I just can't seem to get them.. comfortable :/

    I do like to have the absorbent part separated from the outer, so I'm thinking these:
    http://dependeco-adult-diapers.com/c...hp?category=11
    Of a few various cololurs

    Plastic pants, I think are another topic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by okram View Post
    I've got the Snappis, I just can't seem to get them.. comfortable :/
    Honestly, how adults manage to use Snappis is still something of a mystery to me. They're so small, and just not stretchy enough for adult diapers unless you oversize your diapers or use one Snappi per side--which defeats the purpose, IMO. As I said above, Boingos are much more adult-friendly.

    But anyway...

    Pockets!

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    My favorite source is http://www.adultclothdiaper.com. Most of their stuff is rebranded Gary products, all of it is great quality at good prices. Their only velcro product is an AIO ("All In One"), which has its own pluses and minuses though.

    My other favorite source is http://www.babykins.com/store/adult-cloth-diapers/. Great quality products, and they have a ton of AB prints and products

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    You don't have to use pins to wear prefold cloth diapers. Do a Google Search for Snappi fasteners, and Boingo fasteners. Those are two great alternative to diaper pins.

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    I like pin-on cloth diapers also. Very easy to adjust for the correct fit, and stays in place. Have tried velcro, but it eventually wears out and you end up using pins anyway. When my little brother was wearing diapers, mom bought us both some "DiDee clips", which worked ok on him but when I was active they often slipped off.
    Last edited by chuck; 06-Sep-2015 at 21:36.

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    I wear white BabyPants cloth, but I also have some fun all in ones. My favorite is a Diego pattern. My AIO diapers were bought on eBay, but I don't recall the brand name. I use PUL plastic pants.

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    I quite like the look of the Freestyle Maxi Briefs:
    http://urincontrol.com/brief.htm

    I got interested in them as there was someone selling them on ebay UK but they got snapped up and he didn't have any more so never got one! Has anyone tried these / can review for me?

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