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Saturday, October 22, 2011

New Fuzzi Bunz Elite One-Size vs. "Old Style" Fuzzi Bunz One-Size

We have had a lot of questions about the differences between the new Fuzzi Bunz Elite One-Size Pocket Diaper and the "Old Style" Fuzzi Bunz One-Size Pocket Diaper. If you're not able to get your hands on one at our Madison Retail Store, we hope this side-by-side picture comparison will help answer your questions!

The Fuzzi Bunz One-Size Pocket Diaper has always been one of our best sellers, and in my opinion the improvements that FuzziBunz made have made it even better! Here is what they changed (Black diaper is the "old style" and Tootie Frootie is new Elite):

The super customizable button adjustment is still present (and with the same numbering system) on the Elite Diaper, but the buttons are now hidden so they don't touch your baby's skin. You can still adjust the leg and waist casings individually to allow for a perfect fit for your little one.

The front panel is slightly more narrow and the front of the diaper is also slightly tapered to allow for an even trimmer fit. Again, Tooti Frootie is the Elite, Black is the "old style".


The snaps on the front panel have been slightly changed, removing the inner most thigh snap on each side.

 The tabs have also undergone a very slight change in shape as have the snaps on the tabs.

Now included with each Fuzzi Bunz Elite One-Size Diaper are two Minky inserts. They are trimmer (but with the same absorbency), will stain less and will hold less odor than microfiber. As you can see below, the inserts are the same size as the microfiber inserts included in the "old style" diaper. Minky inserts are on top, microfiber on the bottom.

One thing that may not be quite as obvious upon first glace is the improved fleece. It's designed to wear better without pilling, dry more quickly when washing and keep baby feeling dryer, longer during wear.

A question that we have been asked several times is about the size of the pocket between the legs. As you can see from the picture below, this has not changed. In order to maintain a trim fit, the narrow pocket size is the same. The Elite diaper is on top and the "old style" is folded over on the bottom. 

Overall, I think FuzziBunz hit the nail on the head! If you were a fan of their One-Size Pocket Diaper before, you will be very pleased with the improvements to the Elite One-Size Diaper! If there was something small you didn't like about the Old Style, the Elite will likely be the answer!

Take advantage of the sale price on the Old Style Fuzzi Bunz One-Size Pocket Diapers before they are gone! This includes the Nicki's Diapers EXCLUSIVE Black Fuzzi Bunz One-Size Pocket Diaper! FREE Shipping on ALL Pocket Diapers at Nicki's Diapers!

1 comment:

Beccalynn said...

I'm bummed about the change in the snap placement on the tummy. I loved that curved design. It was ingenious! I hope they change it back :-(

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