Diaper Rite’s Improved Pocket Diapers & Wet Bag
I received products at no cost for review purposes. Post contains affiliate links. It’s been nearly 3 years since I published my Diaper Rite pocket diaper review. These diapers are manufactured in China exclusively for and are CPSIA tested, labeled and backed by Diaper Junction.
At just $10.95 each, the Diaper Rite pocket diaper is budget friendly, and Diaper Junction has improved upon the original design. Though I donate my review diapers & can’t do a side by side comparison, I’ll point out the improvements made. The color I received, sun, is a cross between a bright orange and a more creamsicle. As always, I fail at photography & ended up with photos looking much more neon than the diaper actually is.
This new version has shortened wings for a better fit, a super soft microfleece inner, high quality polyester outer and PUL strips on both the front back to prevent wicking. There are 3 rise settings to fit babies from 8-35 pounds, an offset snap configuration with overlap, and two microfiber inserts to stuff in the rear pocket opening.
Here’s the small rise setting (I measure folded & stretched to give you an idea – it isn’t an exact science!):
Here it is on my 26ish pound 2 1/2 year old:
Also improved is their Diaper Rite wet bag.
The bag has a higher quality outer polyester with a zipper & seam seal technology to help the waterproof inner keep wet things in. The strap snaps open & closed to allow you to hang it on a door or drawer, stroller etc.
The 11×16 bag is designed to hold 3-4 diapers (I fit 6 easily) and at just $6.95 each you can afford to have several.
Shop for Diaper Rite at Diaper Junction.