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The best reusable nappies

The best reusable nappies

Not only are they better for the environment, reusable nappies are said to be softer on your baby’s skin, less likely to spill and help make potty training easier. If you’ve read all you need to read about the reusable vs. disposable debate and decided to use the washable version, you’ll be pleased to know, things have come a long way since safety pins and lots of stress!

To help you find the best reusable nappy for you and your baby, we’ve collected our top picks into one handy article. From the gold, silver and bronze winners in our Mother & Baby awards, to those shortlisted finalists our mums loved, these are the best reusable nappies on the market right now.

Tots Bots Easyfit, £14.99, Amazon

Tots Bots Easyfit

Quick drying, slim fitting and easy to use, these colourful, cute nappies come with a nifty Velcro tab that makes for a quick changing. With a couple of bamboo boosters, the Tots Bots Easyfit will stay dry for up to four hours. The fleece liner is great for reducing nappy stains, as well as making the nappies extra absorbent. This is an all-in-one nappy that fits most babies from birth to potty training - the Velcro ensures a good fit, however old your little one is. Our mums loved these easy to use nappies, voting them four and a half stars out of five. One of our testers vowed she would never go back to disposable nappies after using these easy to use, washable nappies. Read more real mum reviews of the Tot Bots Easyfit here. 

Close Parent Pop-in New Gen, £17.50, Amazon

Close Parent Pop-in New Gen

Picking up a silver Mother & Baby award, these cute washable nappies have been designed with your little one’s comfort in mind. The back poppers have been replaced with tab poppers and the birth-to-potty nappy is made from a unique, fast-wicking panel to keep excess moisture in the middle of the nappy. The designs are cute and colourful, but if you have a wiggly baby, you might find these nappies slightly complicated to put on and take off. Read more real mum reviews of these reusable nappies here. 

Bambino Mio Miosolo All-in-One Nappy, £15.99, Amazon

Bambino Mio Mosolo

The cute Bambino Mio Misolo nappy fits well, sits comfortably and dries quickly after washing. The pull-out tab system makes removing the core from inside the nappy super simple, which is always a good thing! The downside, however, is the nappy itself, which is not highly absorbent and usually wouldn’t last the whole night, yet Miosolo have tried to solve the problem, with an added booster pad. Our mums loved the great designs and how easy these nappies were to wash. Want to read more reviews

Charlie Banana One Size Hybrid, £20.00, Amazon

Charlie Banana One Size Hybrid

Not only do these nappies look adorable, they are super versatile, thanks to the ability to be used with reusable washable inserts, or disposable ones if you’d prefer. Designed with a cloth insert which is made from super soft fleece that lies flat across your baby’s skin, minimising rubbing. With a bra-strap adjustment which allows for a secure and comfortable fit, our mums loved the easy to use buckle. Read what else our mums had to say about these nappies here. 

Ecopipo v2 Pocket Nappy, £12.99

Ecopipo v2 Pocket Nappy

These Ecopipo nappies fit babies from 7 to 35lb and are made from strong Velcro that is gentle to your baby. With a double gusset system to reduce those unwanted leaks, the super soft elastic in the legs and back is great for containment. Every nappy comes with two super absorbent inserts, a long trifold insert made from microfiber and bamboo and an extra booster for heavy wetters. Our mums put the Ecopipo through its paces and gave it four stars out of five, loving the easy to adjust Velcro and different height adjustments. Read more real mum feedback here. 

TotsBots Bamboozle Stretch, £11.99, Amazon

TotsBots Bamboozle Stretch

These cute reusable nappies are soft, snug, bright and comfy. What’s more, they’re also super absorbent and won a Mother & Baby gold award! We love the fact they come with a handy instruction leaflet for those who are trying reusable nappies for the first time. The only downside? They take a while to dry after washing and can be quite bulky, however they are still a good night-time nappy!

BumGenius Freetime All-In-One Nappy, £16.99, funkymonkeypants

BumGenius Freetime

Coming in an array of colours, the BumGenius Freetime not only washes well, it dries super quickly. With semi attached stay-dry inserts built into the cover, you won’t need any additional stuffing, which is a real time-saver. They might look a little bulkier than other reusable nappies, but the easy adjustable poppers combined with the leg elastic create a snug fit. Super absorbent, the BumGenius Freetime lasts about four hours, but can be used with a booster to last overnight.

Baba+Boo Reusable Pocket Nappy, £10.95, Babaandboo

Baba and Boo reusable nappy

With poppers on the tummy and legs for easy adjustment and poppers around the crotch for a perfect fit, this cute reusable nappy is super cute and super affordable. It comes with an insert and a booster for overnight absorbency, they can be washed and dried overnight. The downside? Our mums felt like these nappies, though being cheaper, were not as sturdy as some other reusable nappies on the market, however they are still a lovely, soft nappy.

BumGenius Flip Nappy, £10.95

BumGenius Flip Nappy

Cheaper than other reusable applies on the market, the pull-off sections make this nappy really easy to wash. With a number of booster pads to choose from, you can re-use the outer cover, making it a flexible and versatile choice. That said, although changing just the inserts sounds like a great time-saver, it can be fiddly.

Piriuki Nappy V3, £17.80, Amazon

Piriuki Nappy V3

A highly absorbent, comfortable nappy, the fleece inner layer will keep moisture away from your baby’s skin and the waterproof polyester outer layer keeps wetness in. Good value for money, our mums loved the choice of bright colours. There are a few downsides however, despite being good quality for money, it’s not as absorbent as other brands, so be prepared to carry a few additional nappies. 

 
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