A revolutionary new All-In-One style diaper from bumGenius, the makers of the popular bumGenius OS pocket diaper. Features stay dry semi-attached inserts for quick drying type, and maximum customizability.
Two rows of snaps ensure a trim, bumGenius fit every time!
Gentle leg elastic contains the mess!
Semi-attached, stay dry inserts dry faster and allow for customized absorbency where your child needs it most.
Cloth diapering made even easier! bumGenius Freetime All-In-OneOne-Size Cloth Diapers feature our patent pending butterfly closure system to provide a comfortable, trim fit. This simple design makes cloth diapering as easy as using disposables. Our "no-stuff" system with semi-attached, stay dry inserts is an ideal solution for families with a child in day-care or family members resistant to cloth diapers! Using the snaps on the front of the diaper, adjust the size if needed, put the diaper on your baby, wash, dry and re-use. No extra steps. No stuffing. No cover required. Our one-size diapers are designed to fit most babies weighing between 8 and 35 pounds.
Only the Best for Your Baby The soft, waterproof outer fabric keeps the diaper trim on your newborn and toddler. Soft, sueded inner fabric gently wicks moisture away from your baby's skin. Super stretchy, gentle leg and back elastic with rolled out casings keeps the yuk in and help to keep red marks away.
Fasten hook tabs to laundry tabs on slot cover.
Pre-wash cold. Wash hot (100F/40C) with a recommended cloth diaper detergent.
Extra rinse. Line Dry.
No laundry additives. No fabric softeners.
Use 1/4 cup or 60 mL bleach in the hot wash once per month.
Product Warranty bumGenius, Flip and Econobum products carry the best warranty in the industry. Read more about the warranty details.
I bought these when I was trying to figure out cloth and what worked for me (and my son). I loved how easy it was to transition from disposables to these AIO - so easy to figure out. As my son gets bigger, I'm not as wild about the way they fit (I prefer another brand, but still use these). Great diaper, just not my #1 go-to.
(Posted on 8/10/2017)
I love this diaper! It works just like a disposable so non cloth diapering people still want to use them!! My only complaint is that the elastics seem to stretch out too quickly even with never using the dryer.
(Posted on 7/13/2017)
I'm new to CD. I had such a hard time getting my husband on board with CD, but he is so glad that we went ahead and did it. The AIO style makes it so easy. The diapers are so cute too, which is a bonus considering you're saving money and reducing your carbon footprint. We have 24 - which keeps us comfortable with a NB, but I think I will end up getting a few more.
(Posted on 12/6/2016)
I really love these diapers and the option to fold over the fabric for a double layer to catch urine. I find it difficult to clean the diapers when they're pooped in due to have a flap of fabric on either end, makes it hard to spray with the diaper sprayer as we use a plastic trash bin with bottom cut out in the toilet to spray our diapers. Other than that I love these diapers and am planning to purchase the 5.0.
(Posted on 11/24/2016)
These were the first cloth diapers we tried out. We have since decided to use another system for daytime, but we still use these for some nap times and overnight! With a doubler, these are pretty unstoppable. We've never had any problems with any leaks, including compression. These diapers are very absorrbant and o would recommend to anyone looking for a good AIO. They are a bit bulky, but I think the fluff butt is adorable!
(Posted on 11/9/2016)
I bought these after testing a few diapers for night time wear for my 19 mos boy. He still wakes up 1-5 times a night, and his wetting ranges wildly from almost nothing to soaking through quite a few layers -- so I always have to be prepared!
This diaper has a few main advantages: 1) I can adjust the tummy a little tighter for night time. He has big thighs, so I don't like tightening diapers with only one row of snaps. 2) It's all in one and I can put it on him at least somewhat easily when I am tired and grumpy in the middle of the night (just forget about those diapers that require all the stuffing to magically stay in place - or even inside - while your child bounces around!). 3) It is made to have essentially double absorbency, so I only occasionally get very small leaks. Also, all that absorbency is nicely distributed for a trim and attractive fit. Some of my other night time diapers are just crazy looking!
Most of my stash is my original (rookie) stock-up of a single quality-brand of diapers. I love and hate those... They are super leaky on my little one despite his chubby thighs. And every night and nap diaper leaks so bad I have to change the sheets and the mattress cover. So, these BumGenius diapers are a huge relief and end up being a very nice cloth solution where we had switched to disposables.
(Posted on 10/9/2016)
We started off cloth diapering with these diapers and have loved them so far! We've had some minor issues with leaks over longer periods (compared with disposables - after 2.5-3 hours), and definitely need to use either disposables or pockets diapers overnight. Our son also developed some minor skin irritation the first couple of days we used them, but once his skin adjusted to them he was fine. Depending on exposure to air flow/sunlight, they've taken about 12-24 hours to dry after washing. Ours have a very faint "wet dog" smell after washing, but that could be a result of our water or the detergent we use (All Free & Clear).
(Posted on 8/30/2016)
We opted to try several different diapers before investing in a huge stash. So glad we did ... We now know which are our favs. We use these the most at nighttime b/c of how well lined they are! It's like having 2 liners in there :)) We also tried FLIP (2nd fav) & the Grovia hybrid. These are worth every darn penny & are likely great for heavy wetters :)
(Posted on 8/24/2016)
These diapers made it so east to transition from disposables to cloth. I use them on my 6 month old and 19 month old and works great overnight. My 19 month old is a heavy wetter and leaks with a lot of other diapers but this one. Definitely going to purchase more.
(Posted on 3/4/2016)
We love these diapers. They are so convenient, not having to stuff them. They work very well for our daughter. Easy to wash. Take a little longer to air dry, but have held up well when I have had to dry them on low heat at times. I would suggest using the snaps instead of velcro. The velcro ones we did use ended up not sticking very well after a while and would come apart while our daughter was wearing them.
(Posted on 1/16/2016)
These diapers are great and a very high quality. If you're sold on this style, getting a pack of six (or twelve) is a good deal. Our day care allows cloth diapers that are all in one and these diapers have been great. We use the snap version and they are easy for everyone to use (mom, dad, day care, grandmas, and babysitters). They are also easy to care for. Some people complain about the long dry time. I've only had these in the winter, but I hang them in our house and they are dry within 9 hours. I can't wait to get them outside on the line. We haven't had any leaking in 5 weeks of use. They are, of course, more bulky than disposables, so it can be tight around the bum of age appropriate clothes. My baby isn't a mover yet, so I can't speak to comfort or performance with a crawling or walking baby.
(Posted on 1/5/2016)
These diapers have been great for my husband and I as first time parents and first time cloth diaper users. The are easy to clean and hold all of the messes in very well. The only downside to these diapers is the length of time they take to line dry after washes as AIO diapers, so you need quite a few to exclusively cloth diaper.
(Posted on 12/3/2015)
I bought this bundle to try out Freetimes on my then 3 month daughter. We have now used them for a month and they are holding up well. Each diaper is used and washed 2-3 times per week, then air-dried. So far, so good! They are very easy to get a good fit and a great way to transition into cloth diapering. The diapers (as long as they are sprayed or rinsed soon after poop) resist stains, are quite absorbent and air dry relatively quickly. I was able to sun out the few stains that did set in with no problems.
(Posted on 10/26/2015)