I was given a Diaper Rite AIO at no cost in order to facilitate this review. This post also contains affiliate links.
Diaper Junction’s Diaper Rite brand of diapers is an affordable cloth diapering option. I have never tried a Diaper Rite diaper and was happy to be given the opportunity to review their new all-in-one (AIO).
About the diaper:
Before I begin this review I would like to address a question that I have seen a couple of times. Are these rebranded China diapers? The answer is NO. The overall shape may look similar but the materials are of a higher quality, the features are different, and the snap placement is different. I have also heard directly from a representative of Diaper Junction that these are not rebranded diapers.
The Diaper Rite AIO is a one-size diaper that fits babies from approximately 8-35 pounds. There are three rise settings for small, medium, and large as well as a set of crossover snaps to fit smaller babies.
It is different from other AIOs that I have used and seen on the market. It is almost a cross between a tongue style AIO and an AI2. The insert is sewn in on the top of the diaper similarly to how an AI2 would snap in.
The great thing about this style is that you can fold the insert to whatever size you need it to be and tuck it into the flap in the front. In addition to keeping the insert in place, the front flap also helps keep moisture from wicking out of the front to keep your baby dry. This is especially helpful if your baby is a stomach sleeper.
The insert is made of microfiber with stay dry material on top. There is also a layer of extra absorbency sewn into the liner. This allows for the absorbency you need but gives you a faster drying time.
There is something about a black diaper that puts a smile on my face. I was very happy to get another one.
My model is just shy of three years old and about 33 pounds. We are using this diaper on the largest setting and got a really good fit on the bum.
It is also fairly trim. The leg elastics are nice and snug without being too tight.
We are able to wear this diaper on the second waist snap and it fits nicely. We did have an ever-so-slight bit of curling on the tabs. This doesn’t affect function in any way, it is purely cosmetic.
This diaper performed really well for us. We didn’t have any leaks during our review period and there were times when the diaper was quite wet. It’s nice and easy for The Husband to use, too.
I have stated several times recently that I am no longer a huge lover of pockets because after 2½ years of stuffing diapers, I’m kind of over it. In general I am mostly an AI2 lover these days and love that I get the functionality and faster drying time of an AI2 but the convenience of an AIO. I don’t have to look for the matching insert which is nice since I sometimes have a problem with getting diapers put away in a timely manner. I love being able to grab the diaper out of the basket and go.
If K-Dub was younger then I would definitely buy more of these. They come in a variety of bright, vibrant colors and with a price tag of just $11.95 you can’t go wrong!
You can buy the Diaper Rite AIO from Diaper Junction.