Saturday, September 28, 2013

Green Line Diapers Review

I received a sample from Green Line for the sole purpose of this review.

Green Line is a brand of diaper I've wanted to try for a long time now. They are a very unique style that I've always wanted to try. I'm so glad that they contacted me and asked me to do a review for them. I couldn't wait to get my hands on this wonderful diaper I've heard so many good things about. 

I received a Dino cover and their bamboo cotton flat soaker for review

I love the soaker. It is basically a flat diaper that you can fold how you wish to go within the cover.
The cover adjusts with toggles on the sides of the legs. This works out really nicely because you can adjust each thigh individually. Great for those babies that aren't totally symmetrical. 
The smallest it goes. The leg holes are almost non existent. I'm certain this would easily fit a newborn with a nice custom fit.
 Somewhere in the middle of the settings.
 And the largest it goes.
 The back can be folded over...
 Or left up for more coverage.
 The flat soaker. 
 Can be folded up like a prefold
 Or folded in half and then trifolded as a pad fold diaper inside.
 I like to tuck the elastic from the legs behind the soaker so they don't stick out. A Toddler could easily pull them tighter on their leg and hurt themselves.
 Fits Emerson somewhere in the middle setting. 

Since there's no elastic in the back, the tabs don't pull as tight as a lot of diapers, but it's still tight enough to prevent leaks. 

I like the soaker a lot, it's super absorbent and easy to fold, but it's also 1 layer thick so it dries really quick even though it's bamboo. 

I love the dino print and they have so many other adorable prints on their site. There is definitely something unique for every taste. The way the diaper adjusts is definitely different, but it's really nice. I don't like that a baby can do the leg elastics on their own though, it could cause damage if they pilled it tight and a parent didn't notice. It's nice real elastic that is stretchy, once it's tight, it doesn't move. So there isn't much give there. 

But overall I love the system. 
Love this girly diaper!

Price: Covers are $20 and the Inserts are $8 or 3 for $22.  Code HealthyPlanet will give you 10% off

Overall: *****
*Disclaimer* I received an item directly from  Green Line in exchange for a review. I was not paid to try out these products*
A big thank you goes out to Green Line for allowing me to review this product


MichelleS said...

I have never used cloth diapers, but wow, I love the patterns on these!

Sarah McKelvy said...

I see they also have menstrual cloth pads.

Ana Davidson said...

I find that tucking the cord behind the front tabs keeps them from hanging loose and they won't get wet. Since it's just a cord and toggle, even if the cord is pulled it will go back to where it was set. Unless, of course the child knows how to adjust the toggle.

Rachel said...

I think I'd like those toggles! I have a diaper that does something similar and it certainly helps make a snug leg fit!

Olivia R said...

Cloth diapers are so cute, but it seems like so much extra work, especially with newborn that goes several times. I could see for,older infant, but the amount of laundry would be crazy for a new mom.

MissMannah said...

I love diapers with toggles instead of snaps. They can have a much more customized fit.

ALee said...

The girly one is so cute! I really like that this one has toggles. Snaps don't always fit right.

bxcrochet said...

both are really cute prints

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ALee said...

These are really cute diapers.