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Thirsties Duo Wrap - Aplix

Thirsties Duo Wrap - Aplix
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Thirsties Duo Wrap Aplix Closure - New Aplix version

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Size one 6-18 pounds (see notes above, we think it runs smaller, 4-15 pounds or so)

Size two 18-40 pounds (we think runs smaller, more like 15 pounds to about 30 pounds)

The snap version is here: Thirsties Duo Wrap Snap.

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These are not the same fit as the Thirsties Cover which is a sized cover without rise snaps. This one does have rise snaps. The fit of this cover is trimmer and the sizes run differently. They are very nice, but see pictures, because I don't want people assuming they are the same as the others because the names are very close. I think the size change from size one to size two might come at 15 pounds not the 18 pounds recommended below (baby shapes vary of course, so weight recommendations are always a rough guess). Great over unpinned prefolds. Size one fits over orange edge or yellow edge. Size two fits over red edge or brown edge Cloth-eez prefold diapers, trifolded and just layed in the wrap. A no-pinning delight. They also work very nicely over Workhorse diapers and other fitted or fastened diapers, too. Made in the USA.

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Average customer rating:
(6 reviews)  

5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Nov 1, 2013
I recently started cloth-diapering our 1-month old (I've now been cding for over a month, she's 2 months now) and I have 3 of the Thirsties Duo Wraps (along with a few other covers of various brands - Bummis Super Brite and Flips). These are my GO-TO covers! I absolutely love them. I have both the old- and new-style aplix and I must say that the new aplix is so much stronger than the old - I definitely recommend it. Thirsties Duo Wraps and Cloth-eez Workhorse diapers are where it's AT. I wish my whole stash could be just these!
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Dec 14, 2013
The only drawback to wool covers is that they can have compression wicking during long car rides in the areas where the straps press against the diaper. For those times, I keeps couple of these wraps on hand. They are simple, cute, and the leg gusset is pure genius.
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Jul 23, 2014
LOVE these covers! When I started cloth diapering years ago, these wraps were recommended to me. They are so easy to use! When my kids get older, I didn't even pin them. Just tri-folded them into the diaper. While my babies are young and have runny poo, I do pin (or now snappi--cloth diapering is SO much easier now than when I started!). The only problem I've had is each wrap only lasts through one child. As the kids grew, the elastic got stretched out and couldn't be reused with a younger child. But they are cheap enough that this wasn't a major concern. And it could just be my kids--they've all had linebacker thighs :)
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Jul 17, 2014
These are nice functional wraps. The thicker velcr band is nicer than the older ones. These are not our favorite because they are thinner so I have had a couple leaks but not many and look "shabby" quicker than some of the other brands (we also have hard water). I also tend to like the sized covers better for a more custom fit.
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May 27, 2014
I have many different wraps/ covers and these are by far the best. We have been using them since birth and at 4 Mos and almost 17 pounds we are ready to go up to size 2. Duo wraps with the new aplix over a pad folded flat make a wonderful trim and leak free option!
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