Friday, August 17, 2012

FuzziBunz Elite a great value for the price

"You get what you pay for" seems like such a cliche, but it's very true. I've found that while I like a great price, if a regular (not clearance) price is too low, there's a reason somewhere. Maybe the materials are different. Maybe the worksmanship is not as good. An inflated price doesn't always mean it's superior, but a super-low price has to sacrifice something, somewhere.
 
In my shopping lately, I've been looking for a 'good' or 'fair' price. Not outrageously expensive, which means I'm probably paying for a brand label I may not care about. But...not so low that I worry about the product's safety or long-term quality.
 
FuzziBunz diapers has just ramped up its value without a large change in price. The $19.95 price tag is neither the most expensive nor the cheapest diaper on the block. What makes it stand out from the pack? Here are a few features that help to make FuzziBunz One Size Elite a good choice:
*super soft minky inserts
*lifetime warranty on snaps and PUL
*replaceable elastic (one extra set comes with each diaper)
*super adjustable elastic gives a great fit
 
These features really make it easy for FuzziBunz to last through multiple children. My first FuzziBunz are over 5 years old and still working! But, with the advent of one size diapers, a diaper may be washed every other day for 2-3 years. Through this number of wearings or washings, it's easy for elastic to give, a snap to fly off, or PUL to delaminate. This can happen even good laundry habits. With FuzziBunz, you know that if you take care of your diapers, FuzziBunz will take care of you.
Too many cloth diapers today come from faceless companies that offer little to no warranty and aren't able to offer proper advice for using the diapers. These diapers may seem like a great deal, but they are often lacking support and product knowledge. FuzziBunz diapers are designed by a mom that used the diapers, as have many of its retailers (including me). With the diaper you're also getting troubleshooting help and support. Not bad for $19.95!
 
 
 

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