- Dimensiones del producto: 15,2 x 12,7 x 10,2 cm ; 862 g
- Número de modelo del producto: 63045
- ASIN: B002Y27PLE
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 29 de marzo de 2012
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº47.884 en Salud y cuidado personal (Ver el Top 100 en Salud y cuidado personal)
Gnappies 63045 - Pañal tela
|Precio recomendado:||EUR 24,08|
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|Ahorras:||EUR 6,09 (25%)|
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- Dimensiones: 1,87 x 17,5 x 21,25 cm
- Existe el sistema de intercambio para el bebé más verde. Inserciones desechables gRefills son el único método 100 % biodegradable certificada , plástico y cloro.
- El sistema híbrido originales. Opciones lavable o 100 % biodegradable.
- Algodón suave de color exterior. La exclusiva tecnología transpirable gBreathe TM interior para una mayor comodidad y menos irritación.
- Fino y bien adaptados . Perfectamente cortar para reducir el riesgo de fugas y coloque a su bebé en cada etapa.
- Lavado simple y menos que otros sistemas de cambio de pañales de tela.
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Tamaño: large | Color: Great naranja
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Ademas del cobertor, lleva un absorbente muy bueno y otra pieza que sujeta el absorbente y que es impermeable, con lo que no es necesario cambiar el cobertor tantas veces pues no llega a calarse.
Me han resultado ser de los mas cómodos, pues son muy pequeños en comparación con otros y, además, son muy bonitos.
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Having already diapered two children with "regular" disposable diapers, I find these to be the perfect balance of convenience and cost. It is true that there are multiple pieces to the "system" and it's costly up front. That being said, I invested in cloth inserts (of a cheap brand, not the ones they sell) that I use part of the time to reduce waste and cut costs.
The way gDiapers fit is good, but it could be better. The part where you close the diaper with velcro is stiff and thick due to the weight of the fabric and the fact that it's folded and sewn together making a thick layer can press into the top of your child's leg on the sides of the leg hole (as it has with my chunky baby). Over time caused what I believe to be slight bruising in a tiny spot above each leg. To prevent this, I adjust the diaper a couple times as I put it on, being sure to pull it up high on the baby as to keep a gap at the top of the leg hole between the diaper and the leg. In addition to that adjustment, I use my fingers to flatten out the insert inside the diaper after putting it on, by actually putting my fingers inside the diaper between the legs (palms facing away from the baby) and uncurling the insert. Basically, as you put on the diaper, there is no method of doing it that doesn't cause the insert to become bunched up, possibly in a way that would result in the baby being able to pee to one side of the absorbent part and leaking. After getting the diaper all the way on, making the insert flatten out prevents all leaks, and also gives opportunity to make sure the waterproof liner part is placed nice and wide on the baby. All of this quick work at getting the diaper on correctly is key to an awesome experience. I know I mentioned that the fit could be better, but I am ONLY referring to the top of the leg hole. Everything else actually works BETTER than a disposable when it's on just right, which is really much easier than I make it sound.
The gPants are really cute, and the leg holes make for a nice fit around the crotch. Best I've ever seen in a cloth/hybrid diaper. They wash easily and don't seem to stain somehow. I have bleached every color I have (blue, green, yellow, pink, newborn) and none of them lost their color. I did fade some of them a teeny tiny bit when I went through an over-bleaching phase before I found out I shouldn't do that. I admit that the white newborn ones I did manage to stain--I don't know if it's because they are white or that newborn excrement is really orange/weird, but they did stain.
I think the most important part of what makes these wonderful is that my daughter doesn't get rashes! The first two children I diapered got frequent rashes, and went through periods of having almost non-stop rashes come up. I don't have that problem with these diapers. According to the gDiaper website, it's because they allow air to flow through them. I don't know if that's why. I just know it's what happened for me.
The waterproof liner is waterproof, but at the same time a soaked -cloth- insert can allow moisture to build up everywhere inside the diaper, even to the point of moistening the gPant (cloth outer part) enough to seem completely wet. I've noticed that it's just moist and not leakage, although it's really similar feeling and almost as bad. If you choose to use cloth inserts, you must know that you have to change all wet diapers as soon as possible. Leaving them wet will eventually cause the moisture problem (but no rash!).
I recommend these to everyone!! Just buy the gPants on sale, and the rest whenever. If cost is an issue, do cloth inserts some of the time and like me, you'll end up SAVING MONEY by the end of the year.
The only drawback I've found isn't with g's... it's that most ready to wear baby pants are not designed for cloth-diaper wearing babies. It is inevitable that cloth is a little more bulky than a disposable diaper. But, I've found that g's are one of the trimmest-looking cloth systems. None of that RugRats look... ;)
You are going to need several reusable covers and a set of pouches. At the moment we have 2 covers per kid, sizes M and L, and 8 pouches total. The same pouch size can be used with both M and L covers. Also the same size of disposable inserts can be used with M and L covers which is really convenient.
So if you want to do your share in saving the planet for all our kids, then I highly recommend trying out gDiapers.
I wish these worked better because the lightweight cloth outer is very soft and form fitting without giving my baby the cloth baby bum that doesn't fit in her clothes!