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Post by mum2kiwis » Wed Mar 21, 2007 4:30 pm

So are these any good for fast over active crawlers then? I dont wanna buy them and have them rub her and cause pain....
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Post by April » Thu Mar 22, 2007 10:07 am

DD was 19 months and walking when we started using these, and we haven't had any trouble with rubbing or cutting in - the fit is absolutely perfect! :smt049

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Post by Rodent » Thu Mar 22, 2007 10:25 am

We don't have rubbing issues. I've started using this nappy more lately, it seems to be much more reliable now than it was in the past. I don't like our original version much, that nylon feels awful and is see through, but the v2.0 is ok.

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Post by mum2kiwis » Thu Mar 22, 2007 1:15 pm

Cool i just ordered some for night time so hopefully we will be all ok :)
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Post by farlos » Thu Mar 22, 2007 2:09 pm

I think that myself and moss07 are the only people with a rubbing problem. Maybe we've just got odd shaped babies... :lol:
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Post by mum2kiwis » Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:03 am

I tried these on Ella last night and they are awesome she had it on for 4 hours and it still could take more and thats with 2 inserts i have to say so much better than the fuzzibunz...
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Post by miggs » Fri Mar 30, 2007 4:13 pm

We got our new v2 in the mail 4 days ago and i love them more than before, the pink is just gorgeous even on my wee boy :lol: , was a little worried about overnight but no leaks from 7pm-7am.
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Post by Sapphire24 » Sat Apr 07, 2007 2:49 pm

I love the fit of these nappies. I've now got 2 of them and after only using snap nappies, I now love velcro! It's so easy to adjust to get the fit just right. My wee girl has quite skinny legs, so it's hard to get a snug fitting one-size nappy, but these are perfect :)
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Post by Angel » Wed Apr 18, 2007 10:40 pm

Rave rave rave!!!

If I had to pick one nappy for a full stash it would be v2.0's.

Great fit with nighttime stuffing and great fit with daytime stuffing. Toby isnt on the move yet, so no rubbing issues.

Big thumbs up from me :D
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Post by nbishie » Tue May 15, 2007 6:21 pm

I love mine
I have 2 blossom ones
they are great :D
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Post by Rodent » Tue May 15, 2007 7:40 pm

I'm back to not liking mine much. I find the front folds over and the insert can leak there if it gets really wet. I've tried everything but it still does it. I can only wonder if it might be ok on the large setting but on the medium it's just not doing it for us.

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Post by nicky-noodle » Tue May 15, 2007 8:38 pm

I love ours have only used it on the large setting on Sophie and have had no issues at all with it! Gran said to day how easy and Granny friendly it is to use! I might have to get more :D

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Post by nicky-noodle » Tue May 15, 2007 8:38 pm

I love ours have only used it on the large setting on Sophie and have had no issues at all with it! Gran said to day how easy and Granny friendly it is to use! I might have to get more :D

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Post by Aitchy » Wed Nov 21, 2007 7:30 am

Has anyone had any problems with the velcro coming undone on these while they are on? I've just had to refasten DS's one this morning about 4 times, I don't know whether the velcro is starting to wear out or what? He is 15 kg so probably above the 'official' weight limit but there is plenty of overlap around the waist to velcro, it seems more like the tab on one side is just coming unstuck. It is a nappy I bought second hand from a fellow TNNer but is less than a year old and is in good condition otherwise.
I am hoping there is a solution to this as I love the fit of these nappies and they are so easy for daycare. (My only other reviewing gripe would be the flap at the back for stuffing is hard to cover up when putting the nappy on so sometimes DS gets the insert rubbing on his skin - the flap almost needs a wee bit of velcro to hold it in place, or to be a bit longer).

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Post by podg » Wed Nov 21, 2007 8:47 am

I agree on the stuffing issue - have to be really careful to get the insert covered.

Putting it on a newborn (inexperienced mum), I managed to get an adjustment snap pressing into her for 5 hours overnight which has resulted in a permanent pigmented mark :oops: :cry: on her leg. I still have to be careful to fold these outwards when I put it on her now.
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