Bummis/ Tots Bots Easy Fit Giveaway! (5/24) *closed*

Kelly’s Closet and I worked together to bring you a review and giveaway!

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out my video review of the Easy Fit.

Here is the lowdown on this amazing diaper, taken from Kelly’s Closet.

The innovative design of this diaper features a non messy stuff – easier than a pocket system. No fiddling around – a swift stuff to get the liner in is all you need… And – no more losing liners in the laundry! This super thirsty liner is actually attached to the diaper, making the Easy Fit a remarkable all-in-one diaper with many of the benefits of a two piece system – fast drying and easy to clean.

totsbots_innerIts innovative design provides a very versatile absorption – the attached liner can be folded to create up to 6 layers of absorption where your baby needs it. (Plus you can adjust for the absorption you need for heavy wetters and nighttime by adding extra liners). The liner consists of 2 layers. Ultra soft rayon made from bamboo fibres against baby’s tender skin actually absorbs 70% more quickly than cotton – on contact – no run-off leaking out the side of the diaper when baby pees! And an ultra absorbent layer of 100% polyester microfibre basically doubles the absorbance. Protective side guards of anti-wicking, soft brushed polyester prevent compression wetness. This is a diaper engineered for successful leak containment and total convenience! Its great fit was mentioned often by our testers – as well as generously sized Velcro type closures and fold-back laundry tabs that really stick. The Easy Fit is available in 2 sizes; one-size (8-35 lbs) that adjusts with snaps plus a remarkable Tini Fit size that will sweetly and effectively accommodate a tinier baby (5-12 lbs). 5 very trendy colours (Oeko-tex certified dyes!) plus white. Minimal packaging.
All Tots Bots products are manufactured in their own factory in Glasgow, Scotland from environmentally friendly fabrics.The rayon from bamboo fibres is also Oeko-tex certified and the bamboo fibre is produced in a “closed loop” system which recycles water and chemical output to ensure sustainability. We really enjoy working with this company! You can be confident that the products they manufacture are ethically as well as sustainably produced.

Congrats Rebecca Orr.  Winner has been emailed.
Congrats Rebecca Orr. Winner has been emailed.

totsOne Extremely luck DDL reader will win an Easy Fit in their color choice!

Mandatory Entry:

Visit Kelly’s Closet and tell me your favorite one size diaper (other than the Easy Fit). Leave a comment.

For extra entries do any or all of the following.  Leave a comment for each you do.

Follow @KimRosas on twitter and tweet this giveaway. Please tweet, “The best One Size AIO is here.  Win an Easy Fit from @KimRosas and @Diapershops. http://h48p6.th8.us  Ends 5/24.  #clothdiapers”  Leave a comment with a link to your status.

You can tweet once a day for the duration of the contest. Leave a comment with your status for each tweet.

Follow @Diapershops on Twitter. Leave a comment.

Become a follower of The Cloth Diaper Whisperer. Leave a comment.

“Like” Diaper Shops’ page on Facebook. Leave a comment.

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New Entry: Become a fan of Dirty Diaper Laundry on Facebook and get 3 extra entries! Just leave your comment as FB entry 1, FB 2, and FB 3.

Giveaway ends on May 24. Winner will be chosen using random.org. If the winner does not respond within 48 hours a new winner will be drawn.

***Open to US and Canada***

*I am an affiliate of Kelly’s Closet and included my affiliate link.

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