With this starter set you can determine if GroVia Hybrid diapers are for you, without a huge commitment! Scroll down to see all the available colors, or simply enlarge pictures under main image. Includes a total of:
We opted to try several different diapers before investing in a huge stash. So glad we did ... these diapers are amazing. They were the last ones we ordered (due to cost) but ended up being my hubby & I's favorite. We LOVE how soft the insert is & how both the shell & insert contour to the babys bum. They also dont seem to stain like other inserts. We also tried FLIP (2nd fav) & the BumGenius A10 - which we thought would be our favs. These are worth every darn penny & we can't wait to order more... hopin for some new fall prints to get in stock!
(Posted on 8/24/2016)
Absolutely worth the money! Grovia diapers are so easy to use, absorb WAY better than microfiber insert/pocket diapers, wash well, are durable, breathable, and comfortable, and are super cute! I like the soaker pads, and use boosters for over night!
(Posted on 1/22/2016)
We ordered this package to try the no-prep inserts and get a few more snap shells. I'm really not a fan of MF when you have to touch it (stuffing pockets) but the no-prep inserts are wonderfully absorbent and easy to launder. We love the shells as well, easy to use and great fit. This package is a killer deal to try GroVia or fill in your stash!
(Posted on 12/21/2015)
This diaper is incredibly versatile. We have all 4 types of inserts. My favorite is the Stay Dry. The hook and loop allows you to get a better fit for your baby. My husband also prefers using the hook and loop because he can't stand to deal with the snaps. We also use the biosoakers with the Grovia shells when we're out and about and they work great. I only wish that Grovia would come out with some cuter prints. The solid colors are great but I'd like to see more "wacky" versions of the diaper.
(Posted on 12/2/2015)
I've tried several other diapers before buying this starter set. They look still a little big on my 4 mo old but they fit really well even though she is a tiny baby with skinny legs. We've had no leaks so far. I line dry the covers and tumble dry the inserts, so drying time isn't an issue even with the organic pads. These are the only ones that my husband is confident enough to use since you snap in the pads front and back. Love the vibrant colors and cute prints and I will definitely buy more of these in the future.
(Posted on 11/21/2015)
I've test driven other diapers, but for us, the GroVia snaps hybrids are the most convenient and cost effective option! These diaper inserts last for well over a year and some of my covers are on their third baby! Plus no stuffing! And buying the packs helps save a couple bucks - BONUS!
(Posted on 11/11/2015)
This is worth every penny. You get sticker-shock at first, but I've saved so much on diapers over the past six months. The best part....there's no soaking involved! They are pretty absorbent. For heavy wetters though, I'd recommend getting the extra absorbency pads...they're worth it.
(Posted on 10/21/2015)
I love these diapers! They are so soft. I bought a variety of brands (BumGenius, Flip, Rumparoo, Alva) when I first started cloth, but I always find myself reaching for Grovia first. These are my favorite to take on the go. Fit nicely in diaper bag. The trim fit is perfect for my baby. The no-prep inserts are very absorbent and don't take as long to dry as the stay dry!
(Posted on 10/7/2015)
We got one of each of the styles of shell, as well as the organic vs. stay-dry inserts, with the organic booster pads as an add on. So far, I like them all, although I think the snap shells and organic pads are my favorites. I think in the end, I will have these as well as a number of grovia AIO's as my stash!
(Posted on 8/31/2015)
My husband and I are new to this whole being a parent and cloth diapering experience so this is our first dip into that pond! We ordered these and a few of the flips and I prefer these! Although my son hasn't been born yet, these feel softer and a lot easier to figure out than the flips! We both like these the best!
(Posted on 8/5/2015)
I primarily use BG Freetimes but I have a good supply of these GroVias. They are better under snug clothes since they are a bit slimmer. However they can bunch if you're not careful so I don't like to use them when I plan to have my daughter in a carrier for a while and they wouldn't be what I reach for if I'm expecting a big #2.
I do like how quickly the shells dry which helps us do laundry a little less often.
The poppy and pudge prints are simply adorable.
(Posted on 6/17/2015)
I am slowly building up my cloth diaper supply, and the experience package allows me to do so without the bigger price tag of larger bundles, but still with a discount. I'm very happy with my purchase.
(Posted on 5/11/2015)
I bought this package before our daughter was born as well as Thirsties covers paired with Osocozy prefolds. I wanted this to be my favorite diapers because it was trimmer and easier to use. The two things sent me back to the thirsties each time I used these. 1.) They didn't fit my 8 lb, 11oz daughter at birth (I think we tried them again around month 2 or 3 and they were still really big but stayed put and caught most of the output. However, on the smallest setting, the insert was still really bunched up at the back which I didn't like so they went back in the drawer.) 2.) The leaks. When my daughter outgrew her size 1 of the Thirsties and prefolds, we tried these again. the fit was better but it seemed to leak at least 60% of the time. Her daycare teacher loved them for the ease of use so we sent them to daycare to get some use. I just sent extra pants because a wet diaper often resulted in wet pants. After about 4 months of continuous use, the elastic in the legs of the cover seemed to give, resulting in an even looser fit. I wish I could have loved them, but I just can't so back in the drawer they go. Maybe they will work better on a different baby.
(Posted on 4/28/2015)
As a cloth newbie, I was always afraid of the complicated laundering process and touching the pee/poopy inserts that is associated with cloth diapering. Well these are my new favorite covers and inserts. (1) Laundering is easy because the covers can hang on our bathroom rod overnight and the inserts can be tumbled dry in the dryer. (2) the inserts snap on to the cover so there are less leaks and the inserts have a waterproof layer underneath so taking off the insert is easy--turn upside down over wet bag and unsnap by touching the waterproof clean layer. As a bonus, there are disposable inserts as an option, which is great for traveling. The quality of the diaper overall and especially the hook and loop is amazing. Needless to say, I ordered a lot more.
(Posted on 4/15/2015)
My first hybrid. My son is a heavy wetter and I have had no problems with leakage and the stay dry soakers keep him drier than other diapers. The fit is great and the designs are cute. The only thing I do not like is that my son always gets the front too wet to reuse the cover.
(Posted on 1/20/2015)
This is such a good deal to try out the brand before committing to a whole stash. You can pick aplix or snaps for the shells, and I got to try out the stay dry and organic inserts. And you save a little bit of money!
(Posted on 1/12/2015)