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Our best-selling diaper, O.N.E, just got BIGGER and BETTER! Introducing Big O.N.E., a diaper designed to meet the absorbency and size needs of larger kiddos.
The Big O.N.E diaper is unique among cloth diaper all in ones (fits 35-70 pounds) because it comes with everything parents need to cloth diaper a baby: enough absorbency to forget boosters and doublers (even overnight), two built-in closure options, and a heavy-duty construction that is built to last.
The Big O.N.E. features a unique Outlast closure system that gives you the ability to choose between Hook & Loop and Snap closures, and the ability to buy a replacement kit when your Hook & Loop wears out. Big O.N.E's absorbency comes from a hidden body layer PLUS our one-of-a-kind cotton, channeled soaker design that is trim yet absorbent. All with the same amazing quality you've come to know and love in GroVia products.
No need to choose between Hook & Loop or Snap closures
With the Big O.N.E., you can have both! The removable Hook & Loop closure is perfect for those who love a “no-hassle” fit but want to transition to a snap closure later on.
Washing Instructions - This is an All In One diaper, you must wash the entire diaper when soiled.
Before First Use
Remove Hook & Loop strips*. The BIG O.N.E. must be washed and tumble-dried 3-5 times before first use.
*For maximum longevity of your hook and loop, we recommend removing prior to washing and drying.
Love how much these hold. My 18mo is a very heavy wetter, so we already need both inserts to last through the night. Only reason I don't give this a 5/5 is I wish there was more prints!
Pic of us getting ready for bed!
We loved our ONEs for night time, but our potty training boy was getting to be too big for them. We are so happy to have an option that can work for our heaviest wetting time and will last as long as we need. Thank you GroVia!
Purchased 3 BIG ONEs as my daytime trained 3yo still needs nighttime backup. Love that they are designed like the original ONE that worked so well for us for so long. My only concern is how easily the rise snaps pop open. He is small enough (33lbs) that he is on the lowest rise, but it takes several tries to get the snaps to stay in place while putting the diaper on him. Twice I've found a snap had popped loose in the night. Fingers crossed a few heat cycles on one will help stick the
rise snaps together.