Flip Disposable Insert Features:
Flip One-Size Disposable Inserts are easy to use, dye free, fragrance free and the only disposable insert that has achieved Oeko-Tex certification. Perfect for travel, daycare and those moments when practical life demands something disposable.
Because Flip Disposable Inserts are trimmer than your cloth inserts, you may need to use a smaller snap setting on your Flip Diaper Cover to keep the insert in place.
18 inserts per package.
Non-woven bamboo viscose, 5g
Wood pulp, 14-15g (filler)
SAP, 3g (filler)
Starch-based glue, 1g
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I used these while on a trip. I found them to be easy to use and really absorbent. I used two in a flip cover at night and it worked great! My little one still nurses through the night and his diaper is usually soaked by morning.
(Posted on 1/29/2017)
My LO wasn't into the bulk of CD and I was bummed. We had invested so much into a good stash. So we decided to try disposable inserts with our covers and baby is happy :) momma is happy too, now we can use all our super cute covers. We find them to be very absorbent and easy to use / dispose of.
(Posted on 8/24/2016)
I do like knowing that I can buy disposable inserts for my Flips when I need them (like when vacationing without a washer/dryer!). I have had good success using these on my daughter up to about a year old (after that they don't seem absorbent enough), and they seem to hold about as much as an infant prefold without leaking. The price is decent considering the price of similar disposable inserts (such a the gRefills).
(Posted on 8/22/2015)
Great to have on hand for reusable diapers users when baby has diaper rash. They also work great for diaper doublers. For nighttime use, I use a regular reusable insert under the disposable when I need to use diaper rash cream. Much cheaper alternative to regular diapers when disposable is needed. TGN has the best prices for this product, too!
(Posted on 8/15/2015)
We use these when we are traveling. Only downside for us is that with grovia shells, although they fit and work well, they cause the inner mesh to get stinky quickly. They are also great to add absorbency to a nighttime disposable (without this added our son can pee through any disposable overnight) - makes a huge difference.
(Posted on 4/2/2015)
though I always would choose a cloth flat at home, I found these super great for travel and occasionally i have underestimated how long I may be away from home in a day and these work in a pinch when all of my flats are dirty- but need to change every 2 hours instead of 3-4 with a cloth
(Posted on 3/26/2015)
I bought these to use on a trip and it was nice not to have to haul around wet inserts. But we had a lot of leaks so I ended up hauling around pee stained clothes instead. I probably wouldn't use them again, even though they are much cheaper than disposable diapers.
(Posted on 2/18/2015)
We love the Flip system. We have a few covers, stay dry inserts and I got these for emergencies or when we aren't home. I have used them when I have diapers in the laundry too. I don't like the waste of folding it to size and then using it. My son pees in one spot and then the whole thing is trash. I wish they would size them to fit the snap rise or two. They work for us, but I think I like them more than my son.
(Posted on 10/19/2014)
We dont often use disposable inserts but gave these a go on a camping trip. They worked ok but im not overly enthusiastic about them. They were too long, and when folded it just made a lot of bulk even on the highest rise setting. That being said they did absorb well and I felt a little better about these vs. a full disposable diaper.
(Posted on 8/31/2014)
Recieved a pack from my sister and used them at the hospital so i didnt have to bring dirty diapers home.
Worked awesome in my newborn covers, will most likely use again if i ever bring baby on a trip for the travelling portion.
(Posted on 8/25/2014)
I bought these for when we fly because I didn't want to have to haul around a wet bag and dirty diapers. These are awesome, very absorbent and fit very well inside the flip covers.
(Posted on 8/14/2014)
Not likely to order more of these. They don't fit great and tend to bunch up, which might be the cause of the leaks we had, not sure. And, when the diaper is a poopy one, it often sill gets on the cover, so it sorta defeats the disposableness of the insert.
In summery: not a fan of these, would not buy again.
(Posted on 8/6/2014)
I am an avid 4.0 and Freetime fan - I was looking for an option to use on my 8 month old and 2 year old while visiting family over the summer so I recently took the Flip covers and disposable inserts for a "test drive" with both my kids.
Pros: Both the Flip cover and the disposable insert is very slim and would fit nicely inside a diaper or wet bag. They are ideal for travel because they take up very little room. The Flip inserts holds a reasonable amount of baby pee ( I used this insert overnight on my EBF Nurse all night 8 month old) and 1-2 (max) toddler pee. The inside of the flip shells easily wipes down after each pee - although I would recommend wiping - air drying- and rotating at least 2 shells. I have not had any problems with pee leakage. I have noticed that the Flip shells are slightly larger then the 4.0 and Freetimes and need to be adjusted in the rise accordingly. For example my 2 year old is on the Large setting on the 4.0 but the Medium setting on the Flips.
Cons: Poop! Any and all of it! EBF Poo does not stay on the insert. It goes up the back and hits the pocket which is not very wipeable. The insert tends to bunch at the crotch also (which isn't a problem with the pee because the fit of the shell is solid) but because of the bunching the EBF poo always makes it way to the sides of the cover making it all but unusable until it is at least given a hand washing in the sink and then laid out to dry.
Toddle poo isn't as bad- it doesn't mess up the back pocket (usually) but the bunching does cause some poo to get on the sides of the cover. Again, the cover must be thrown in the pail with the other dirties or hand washed in the sink.
Overall these will work for their intended purpose - short term while on vacation - or to throw in the diaper bag for day trips. I would recommend having at least 4 covers for each child (the covers do dry rapidly) and not to use this (the disposable inserts) as your permanent solutions to cloth diapering.
(Posted on 4/25/2014)
I bought these to use on a camping trip. I tried one out the other day on my toddler. While it contained the mess, the cover still got dirty....so I'm not sure this is going to work for our camping trip, since we won't have access to running water to rinse out the covers. The inserts are really soft (almost cloth-like) and hold a lot! I was impressed with these and didn't feel like I was using a regular disposable. These would be great in a pinch, but I much prefer using the cloth inserts.
(Posted on 4/11/2014)
I got some Flip disposable inserts to try, and they are ok. They bunched up quite a bit leaving a lot of PUL exposed. I think they could really benefit from a small amount of adhesive of some kind or redesigning the covers to hold them better. I would think an EBF poop would get all over the cover every time. Absorbency didn't seem to be a problem, but we always changed after 2 hours and didn't try overnight. It was nice that they didn't smell bad like regular disposable diapers and contain a lot less of the chemicals. I have half a package still, and I will probably use them at some point, but I wouldn't use these regularly.
(Posted on 4/5/2014)
We use these in our Flip covers when we travel. They work good for daytime, but I'm always careful to change more often when we are using these. They do tend to bunch when wet, but my son has never seemed to be uncomfortable because of this. I would not trust this for overnight...we always just bring enough 4.0's along for the nighttime when we travel. But, overall, it gets the job done with no leaks and makes traveling easier and less bulky!
(Posted on 2/22/2014)
We were camping and had to buy some Flips in a bind. These are definitely not my first choice of diapers in general, but the disposable inserts were a nightmare. Not only were they the least absorbent insert I have ever experienced, but they didnt even fit in the diaper. There were margins of about an inch on each side of the absorbent strip that was just paper-thin frill. The insert shifted a lot, which caused more than a few leaks. We had to change and check Baby frequently to make sure she didn't have a blow- out or a heavy wetting. We had to be almost neurotic about checking her so she didnt have to sit in wet clothing or have poo dripping down her leg. Also, we have composting where we camp. Our usual, trusty G-daiper disposable inserts are compostable when wet. They are a dream to dispose of. The Flips are not compostable. So, we had a big, smelly garbage bag full of diaper inserts sitting at our campsite. There were a few curious forest friends that came to visit our camp at night. Thankfully, we had the bag hanging on a line between two trees or we would have had a huge mess. We had to put the smelly bag in our car and carry it out of our camping ground to conform with camping policy. Needless to say, I will not be buying these inserts again. We are using the G-diaper inserts with our Flips, and they even fit better. I would use paper towels before using these inserts again.
(Posted on 11/12/2013)