Affordable and adorable cloth diapers are always an awesome find! If I could name one diaper style to be most popular in our house, it would be pocket diapers. My husband loves them and reaches for pockets first with every diaper change. I love pocket diapers, too! I am a big fan of finding an inexpensive pocket diaper to fill out the gaps in any cloth diaper stash, and Baby Beduga cloth dipers are a pretty good choice. Baby Beduga is a family run business based in Wyoming. Owned and operated by a cloth diapering, work at home mom, baby Beduga strives to provide really affordable diapers to Eco-conscious families.
So first of all, the specs:
- One size for babies and toddlers ranging from 8 to 35 pounds.
- Durable Snap closures.
- Three levels of rise snaps for sizing.
- Crossover tabs for a great newborn fit.
- Soft leg gussets with stretchy elastic.
- Stain resistant suede cloth inner lining.
- Elasticized back opening for double protect against blowouts up the back.
- Waterproof polyurethane laminate (PUL) outer shell.
- Includes a trim microfiber insert.
Baby Beduga pocket diapers are pretty basic, but are great quality and have a fantastic price point. The print diapers are currently only $8.75 and the solid colors are just $7.50! Talk about a deal! The fit is great almost one year old at 16 pounds and also on my two year old. I love the vibrant colors in the prints. I am happy to report that the colors have not faded at all. If there is one thing that drives me nuts, it is prints that fade after two washes. The insert that comes with each Baby Beduga cloth diaper is fairly thin like most standard inserts, so I recommend doubling up. They have extra inserts, liners, wet bags and wipes available as well.
Here is Wyn on the middle rise setting and with plenty of room to adjust in either direction. While the Baby Beduga diaper is a little wide through the crotch for a newborn, It would still work within the first couple weeks of birth.
I love how roomy the back-end of the diaper shall is, since it makes it easy to stuff extra absorbency for nap time. I can add an insert and a prefold to the Baby Beduga microfiber insert with no trouble. Overall, I am impressed with the quality and think these inexpensive cloth diapers can rival most higher end brands.
winner: #155 Courtenay P.
*Review Diaper c/o of Baby Beduga.
**Just Add Cloth is not responsible for prize fulfillment.