Monday, March 31, 2008

Review: Fitted Diaper - Itti Bitti Boo

Material
100% BAMBOO side-snapping multiple size fitted diaper. This is the softest fitted diaper and come in various mouth-watering colour.

Lasting?
This is not recommended for heavywetter but it's a good diaper for daytime. More suitable for light to medium wetter. It doesn't come with stay-dry feature too.

Wash
Retain smell and definitely not so easy to wash compare to cotton diaper. But, it's not so hassle to wash compare to hemp.

Fit?
Again the trimness wins!!! It's abit bulkier than Dream-Eze though as the snap in inner boaster is a triple fold plus one snap in boaster on top. But because it is so trim at the crotch area, you will definitely like it over others.


PRO:
1) Very snug fitting, extra trim!
2) Very soft and comfortable
3) Trim

CON:
1) No sewn in fleece liner
2) May need to buy extra as it comes in multiple size
3) Takes longer time to dry
4) Require a diaper cover and it's the most expensive fitted diaper I had bought

Get it from: Lil Danzell

Rating: 4 out of 5

Note: This review is based solely on my personal usage

6 comments:

lotus said...

Actually it is not 100% bamboo, got some cotton content too.

The outer is cotton/poly velour, hidden layer of cotton, the inner is bamboo velour (hence no stay-dry layer, cos bamboo velour is soooo soft). The boosters are bamboo/cotton topped with bamboo velour. Apparently you can buy the mini booster (bamboo or microfibre) which snaps on below the hourglass booster, for added absorbancy.

Velour and minkee are hot trends in USA and Australia now, the hottest is bamboo velour (fabric shortages right now!). That's why the nappy is so expensive.

Sorrylah, I hijack your blog post again LOL ;)

CanCan said...

I love your site! I have been blogging about my cloth diapering journey this week. I think I will link to this site if you don't mind!

zarita said...

Eh, i thought u stop trying other CD brand already once u know which one suited ur bb.
Or is this "new brand CD addiction?:-)
Anyway, have u tried My Baby Precious Baby?Tempted but don't know whether can last long and some more hemp. I have bad experience with hemp.

Peridot&Sapphire said...

lotus: thanks for the infor... I didn't do much study about this one as I know it's really soft. So, it's true that it has cotton mixture and I'm amazed that it's softer than pure bamboo. Maybe different content??

Cancan: Hi... welcome to my blog... no problem on the linkage...

Zarita: Itti bitti was my last additional diaper stash and got it almost 2 months ago... The reason I got this one is to compare the bamboo with DB OS bamboo which dissapointed me so much...

lotus said...

no problem, it's only because the newborn nappies I was planning to make, the fabrics combination i wanted to follow bitti boos. :)

Cotton velour is soft because of the way it is made: polyester mesh at the back and fine cotton fur in front.

I would love to feel it but I don't want to spend anymore on new nappies.

alicia said...

wah never know got ppl support n got addicted to tis cloth diaper so much.... m new to the tis world n had not tried but i certain learn alot for ur experience....

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