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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Thirsties Duo All In One

Here is my picture review for the New Thirsties Duo All In One. I have the size 2.
Inside, the soaker is sewn down on the sides only.
Here is the Thirsties Duo Pocket size 2 (Left, shown in cool stripes) next to the New Thirsties Duo All in One (Right, size 2 in Blackbird). They are both open to their largest settings.
Side view on largest setting.
Side by side on smallest setting.
Side view on smallest setting.
All in one on the left, pocket on the right. Inside.
Open side by side, duo pocket is much longer.
The Duo All in One has a much lower rise.
The pocket is open on the back and the front to create a 'tunnel' for adding extra inserts
Front opening.
Side by side with a Bumgenius 4.0. The rises are very similar.
Slightly slimmer through the middle than the BG 4.0.
The snaps are aligned vertically.
Back view of the Duo All in One.
The Duo all in one on my 19 month old 21 pounder.
I will note, this diaper doesnt have a PUL flap at the front near the stomach, so as you can see, if it isn't sized and positioned right then the fleece inner may poke out of the top, which could cause wicking.
Here I repositioned the snaps and it alleviated some of the problems with the fleece sticking out the top.
Here he is in the Duo Pocket for a comparison of the different fits. The All in One definitely seems to have less of the boxy, bulky fit that the duo pocket has.
The front of a Duo Pocket.
All in all, I think it is a good diaper for the price, especially if you can get it on sale. The lower rise will be good for older babies on the smaller side. It is sized more like a regular one size diaper as far as the rise. It is bigger through the waist, as my child usually has 4 or 5 sets of unused snaps across the middle of a BG 4.0 or a rumparooz, whereas only 2 with this All in One. It doesnt have the gussets that many thirsties products have, however the leg elastic looks to be very similar to the way the BG 4.0s are sewn, which is great for us. I would love to see some stretchy tabs and a flap at the front to prevent wicking!
Disclaimer: Products were bought by me and reviewed by me. I was not endorsed in any way for this review.

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