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EcoNaps Convertible Cloth Nappy

EcoNaps Convertible Cloth Nappy

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Pros

Snug nappy design for most ages
Highly absorbent inserts
Good customer service

Cons

Premium price at $34.95 each
Sometimes bulky on newborns

Reviews

  • Value for Money
    2.7 (15)
  • Ease of Use
    3.4 (14)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    3.2 (14)
  • Comfort
    3.3 (11)
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Natalie
Natalie
  • 2 reviews

Very disappointing!

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I have yet to receive the nappies which I ordered on 30 May to trial. I am reviewing the business based on poor customer service. I signed up for emails and placed my first order (spent $170 and paid via afterpay as let’s be honest it’s a huge expense) and the following day 1 June notified of a sale commencing via email. Reached out to their customer service and was advised they had shipped the nappies the same day I ordered so they believe now they shouldn’t need to provide a credit note or refund the difference.

Purchased in for $170.

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Andrea F.
Andrea F.
  • 2 reviews

Good but not great

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I bought one of these to try - I use a variety of different cloth nappies and found these to fit well but they’re a pain to use. Firstly, the inserts are difficult to stuff into the nappy. Secondly, the snaps are stiff and the cover is so stretchy that undoing the snaps looks like it’ll rip the fabric. Thirdly, the inserts take two days to dry on the sun as opposed to simple bamboo inserts which take half that time. Overall a good product but I prefer My Little Gumnut and other brands.

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Stacey
StaceySouth East Queensland, QLD
  • 2 reviews

Prefer these out of all cloth nappies we've tried

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Have been using these nappies for just over 3 months now and I love them. They are so easy to wash and never seep. I have other types of cloth nappies but much prefer these. Not very expensive, very absorbent soft and on my babies skin. High recommend.

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ABoz
ABozSydney, NSW

Not worth the price

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Purchased in for $85.

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Durdy123
Durdy123Sydney, NSW
  • 3 reviews

Far from the best Eco nappy

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Purchased in for $340.

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Zan23
Zan23Hunter Region, NSW

Don't waste your money

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Purchased in for $700.

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Nikki
NikkiDarling Downs, QLD
  • 2 reviews

Super trim nappy!

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These are one of my go to nappies.
I've used them on both my kids, both have fit into them differently and has held up great after 2years of constant usage and washing!
These nappies come with 2 inserts. 1 long snake and 1 short insert wich is great for newborns. The snap in inserts are bamboo and are super absorbent. Can also be used as a pocket nappy or lay in/snap in nappy. They are 3 snap rise with a double snapping waist. Great from newborn to toddler. I love the patterns these nappies come in and I also love their plain nappies also. Great options for both girl or boys.

Purchased in at Econaps for $34.99.

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Tia M.
Tia M.Goldfields, WA
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Great nappies & easy to use

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We have been using Econaps full time for almost 5 months now and we absolutely love them! They are made so well and very easy to use, I love the patterns and the fact that they regularly bring out new designs. We have 24 in total for full time use.
We have a heavy wetting boy and recently had to buy boosters as he was flooding his nappies, we purchased 3x mixed booster packs and love the slim design of the hourglass boosters and the trifold are great for overnight on top of his normal inserts.
I recommend everyone try cloth nappies and use Econaps !

Purchased in at Econaps for $34.95.

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pixie
pixieMelbourne, Victoria
  • 2 reviews

Shorter than expected lifespan

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Purchased these in early 2018 and used on one child from mid-2018, currently still in use...

The inserts have perished and are almost unusable despite following their washing guidelines. I've also noticed the wings and legs are becoming worn with small holes forming on the edges of the nappies.

Whilst they have lasted almost three years the inserts have been showing signs of damage for about half of that time. I expected better and I hope they improve the materials they use as this has the potential to be a much better product.

Purchased in for $1,200.

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Serenthia
SerenthiaAU
  • 2 reviews

There are better brands, don’t waste your money on these.

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Purchased in for $99.

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smelm410
smelm410South East Queensland, QLD
  • 4 reviews
  • 2 likes

Love them

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We only started using these when bub was about 4 weeks old as, even on the smallest setting, we found them too chunky for him to the point he would roll to the side with them on! However now we are using them during the days full time and love them! The washing is not a problem as we do washing every day anyway. The liners are super soft and covers are well stitched to prevent leaks. I’ve just ordered a few more plus the wet bag to keep some back ups in the nappy bag. Highly recommend.

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Tina
TinaGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC

Don't Bother - Twice the price of other nappy brands and a leaking nightmare with terrible customer service

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Purchased in for $69.

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Elastics don't last the test of time

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The leg elastics have completely worn out unfortunately and will have to be fixed/replaced prior to baby number 2’s arrival. Considering price of nappies and waste factor - they should last for multiple kids. The nappies were cared for and washed as per instructions and my first child isn’t even 2 yet.

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A leaking nightmare!

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Purchased in for $350.

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E2088
E2088Sydney
  • 5 reviews
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Perished after 2 years

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I've used these on and off for 2 years, always washed according to instructions and treated with utmost care. The leg elastic is already perished on most nappies. I would have loved if they lasted longer, so I'm a pretty disappointed, I thought they would have been sturdy enough to be used for many years. Otherwise easy to use and really cute designs.

Purchased in at Econaps for $150.

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Questions & Answers

karen hayward
karen haywardasked

I need to purchase reusable nappies for a severely disabled child on a remote island in PNG - 10 years old, about 15-20kgs.
I hope you can help me,
Thank you

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Details

These EcoNaps cloth nappies win points for versatility. They can be used by newborns (from 3.5kg), all the way up to toddler age (up to 16kg). If you’re not sure whether to opt for pocket nappies (good for heavy wetters) or all-in-2’s, EcoNaps will have you covered, with a 2-in-1 design.

A variety of snap buttons means size adjustments are plentiful, with just over 16 size settings to choose from, depending on your bub’s weight and size.

What makes Econaps nappies eco-friendly?

Econaps uses a cloth nappy cover (with materials not being specified on its website) and a choice between bamboo inserts and a suede layer built into the cloth nappy cover.

Econaps aims to apply this enviro-conscious mentality to its delivery system as well, using compostable postage satchels, recyclable boxes, and organic cotton tote bags.

Points of Praise for EcoNaps Convertible Cloth Nappies

  • The inserts were described by reviewers as super absorbent, and are made of bamboo terry cloth.
  • The overall design and effectiveness of the materials of these nappies was loved by reviewers. The liners were soft on baby’s skin, and a snug design helped to prevent leaks.
  • A good fit for older babies, it was easy for EcoNaps to be securely placed on baby’s bodies, including wriggly babies.
  • Customer service is helpful, friendly and personable, with the company based in Australia's Byron Bay.
  • The eco-friendly mindset of EcoNaps was a crowd favourite amongst reviewers.

Points to consider

  • Can be a bit bulky for younger babies.
  • Trifold-style inserts take a little longer to dry, but most reviewers thought this was worth it for the high quality of EcoNaps nappies.
CategoryReusable Nappies
Price (RRP)34.95
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