Bumgenius Announces their Two New Products!



It’s official. Bumgenius finally announced their two new product lines at the abc show in Vegas. One, Ecobums, is an economical profold system where most families will be able to cloth diaper for as little as $100 from birth to potty training. The second product line is called Flip and is an AI2 system where inserts may be switched out and the cover reused, much like Softbums or Grobaby diapers.


Diaper Daisy did a great job of summarizing the new products and changes here. She was there when it was announced, after all! There are no plan to add snaps to bG one size diapers *frown* because the new Flip diapers are a one size option with snaps, it’s just not a pocket style diaper. They are also changing their drying recommendation to line drying PUL covers to extend the life of velcro and we should all know that for all of our diapers this is the best way to extend their life. Dryers are tough on cloth diapers and any clothes actually, and growing up in Japan the majority of families (including mine) line dried their clothing.


These new product lines are available for preorder (Ecobums, Flip) on the Cotton Babies website and will ship on October 31, 2009.

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By Emi Stapler. I am a cloth diaper advocate, green parenting blogger, mother of three and a military wife who enjoys sharing my motherhood adventures and advice. Follow me at The Cloth Diaper Report on Facebook, Twitter @TheCDReport , Google +, Pinterest and Instagram.
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Comments

  1. James, Andrea, and Clara Smith says:

    Yay! Thanks for the update. This is neat to know.

  2. I love that companies are trying to find more economical ways to get more families to consider cloth but I'm concerned about Cotton Babies decision to make the Flip a part disposable product…seems like a step in the wrong direction for a company so devoted to cloth.

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