Friday, March 18, 2016

Newborn Diaper Trial Results: Diaper Rite All In One

Finishing out the second week of newborn diaper trial results is the Diaper Rite All In One newborn diaper.  I have long been a fan of Diaper Junction and their products so I was excited to try out this newborn diaper.
I conducted the newborn diaper trial exactly the same as my normal diaper trial with the exception of how I logged the leaks.  Overall I would say that the newborn diapers I used leaked more often than the one size diapers I have tried in the past.  For that reason I decided to track the severity of the leak to give the results a little more color.  With each leak I ranked them from one to five with one representing a tiny leak that you might not even change their clothes for and a five being soaked. Diaper Rite is unique in that it comes with two soakers and approximately 6 configurations. One soaker is longer and one shorter and you can snap either soaker in the front or back of the diaper and even use both at the same time by snapping one in the front and the other in the back.  Because of all of the options I logged results for using just one insert (the small one) as well as using both inserts. Here are the results of the Diaper Rite All In One newborn:
One Insert:
Number times of uses: 9
Number of leaks: 5
Longest wear without a leak: 2 hours, 45 minutes
Average severity of leaks: 2
Big Booty factor – 3
Two Inserts:
Number times of uses: 8
Number of leaks: 0
Longest wear without a leak: 2 hours, 45 minutes
Average severity of leaks: 0
Big Booty factor – 3

·      Multiple options to customize absorbency
·      Fit longer than most of the other newborn diapers
·      Least expensive of the newborn diaper I tried

·         Looks bulkier on a newborn and could use cross over snaps to get the waist tighter
Overall I was really pleased with the Diaper Rite All In One newborn as with one insert it performed just as well as most other newborn diapers and with two inserts performed better.  My only con was that at 2 weeks it was a little bulky (even with one insert) and could have used cross over snaps for my little guy.  This diaper is said to fit from 5-15 pounds and while I would say that it will fit longer than most of the newborn diapers it also fit later and probably wouldn't have fit well at 5 pounds.  One important point to note is that at almost 3 months this is the only newborn diaper I am still using.  For the quality of the materials, absorbency with two inserts and price of the diaper you really can't go wrong with the Diaper Rite All In One newborn.
The pictures below are when Lachlan was 2 weeks old and about 6.5 pounds.  The fit on the legs was fine but the waist was a little loose and it was very bulky on my tiny newborn.
The next set of pictures I took were at 1 month old (5 weeks) and he was 9 pounds, 4 ounces.  The diaper is looking less bulky on him now and on the tightest waits snaps.


At 2 months old, my son was 11 pounds 2 ounces and 23 inches long.  He is still on the tightest wait snaps with plenty of room to grow.  The picture below also has both inserts in it and you can see that it's not too bulky at all.
Overall this was a really great newborn diaper and for the price it can't be beat!
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