If you are looking for a super trim, easy to use, organic, all in one cloth diaper you might want to check out Smart Bottoms Smart One 3.0 All In One Cloth Diaper! When I received this diaper to review the first thing that crossed my mind was there was no way this diaper wouldn’t need an extra liner. It is SO thin! (Spoiler Alert – I was wrong!)
Made in the US this diaper retails at $23 this diaper features 6 different color options and 3 fun prints. It is one of the trimmest diapers I have ever used.
The liner is 100% organic cotton gives you up to 10 layers of absorbancy and is customizable to where your baby needs it most! Many AIO cloth diapers take forever to dry, but not smart bottoms. Somehow they managed to make their liner super absorbent as well as quick drying.
The 4 rise adjustable snap is really nice as well. Many One Sized diapers only have a 3 rise snap. This is one of the few diapers that I own that Baby D still is using the adjustable snap rise at 22 lbs. The leg openings feature a thick elastic covering that is intended to prevent red marks on baby’s skin. While it didn’t give Baby D red marks, we did find that it took a few extra moments to twist the edging so that the liner wasn’t exposed. Once we did that, this diaper was great.
There is also extra elastic at the back of the diaper to prevent blow-outs. Baby D has certainly put this to the test, and the diaper held up!
Ease of Use: A+
Performance: A- (Best for daytime)
Performance with a second insert: A (Still best for daytime)
Drying Time: A+
Patterns: Yes and fun colors!
Overall: B+/A- These are a very good daytime diaper option. They are easy to use, and are super trim!
You can buy the Smart Bottoms Smart One 3.0 for $23. Use code: SMARTONE30 for free shipping!
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