Kissaluvs Marvel One Size Cover Review

Kissaluvs Marvel OS Cover

I got a first peek of the Kissaluvs Marvel One Size Cover (and the Marvel AIO) at ABC Kids last September.  I was happy to see those new additions to the Kissaluvs lineup, among the other cool new products like the antibacterial pail liner and new Marvel fitted prints with a more gender neutral or boy theme.

The Kissaluvs Marvel One Size Cover is very much like most other one size covers.  The closure uses snaps and the rise is adjusted by snaps as well.  The best part of the cover has to be the great leg gussets, handy for those runny breastfeeding poops!

Ease of Use ✰✰✰✰ This is an extremely simple cover.  There is only one row of snaps and you only need to affix 4 snaps total for each change.  To adjust the size of the diaper you can snap the rise down using the three across snaps, which only takes a few seconds.  You won’t have to do that for every change.  The only possible thing complicating your diaper changes would be if you have a a squirmy baby or if you are working with prefolds.

Bang for the Buck ✰✰✰✰ The price point is very true to the competition like Blueberry, at 16.95.  Considering this should last 8 to 40 pounds, and knowing that covers generally have a long life if taken care of, it is a great deal!  It is a good deal more expensive than many sized covers, but the initial investment will be worth it if you continue to use them for the life span of your baby (or babies) in diapers.

Performance ✰✰✰✰✰ It is hard to find a cover that doesn’t work well (at least for me) and this was no exception.  No leaks, no blow outs, nothing but dry baby clothes.  I would be interested in seeing how well the gussets work to contain newborn poop, but my son has solid stools so I wasn’t able to test that.

Fit ✰✰✰✰ I really liked the elastic on this diaper, it had lots of give and was good and tight to keep leaks at bay.  The medium setting was a great fit for my son, so I know he has a while left in the cover before he outgrows it since there is one setting left for him.  We are getting to the point that he is on the unsnapped setting on some diapers, but not this one.  The cover didn’t leave any bright red marks, but light marks on the back.

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