Quinnybums?

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Quinnybums?

Post by j-j » Mon Aug 04, 2008 2:34 pm

Just wondering if anyone had bought any of these yet and what you thought of them?
How do they compare to other OSFM pockets like Haute's and Bum Genius'?
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Post by Mel » Mon Aug 04, 2008 7:36 pm

for $15... whats there to complain about :wink: I was happy with it, however mines only been washed twice as its actually for my SIL's bub.

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Post by Kaz » Tue Aug 05, 2008 2:08 pm

I'd say they were a smaller fit than the Bum Genius or Haute. They just don't fit my 11kg chubber at all.
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Post by aussiemum » Tue Aug 05, 2008 8:11 pm

Kaz wrote:I'd say they were a smaller fit than the Bum Genius or Haute. They just don't fit my 11kg chubber at all.


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Post by LouLouP » Fri Aug 08, 2008 8:32 am

I use BumGenius and QuinnyBums. I probably prefer the QuinnyBums, they fit my daughter better and the velcro seems a bit more grippy. They don't come in colours and don't have laundry tabs for the velcro, but those things don't bother me.

My sister has had trouble getting a response about a faulty nappy though.
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Post by Laura » Fri Aug 08, 2008 8:36 am

faulty nappy?
i have only had one email with a problem and that was a stripping problem - get her to email me again - im happy to replace any nappy with a problem?
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eta- i just thought it may have been brought from the distributer
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Post by Middy » Mon Aug 11, 2008 8:06 pm

My Quinnybums have been given a hiding, and are standing up pretty well for what I paid for them. I had to replace the elastic in one, but I had to do that in a Fuzzi and Peapod too, and they had a much easier life! :lol:

Mine have been washed every day for about 8 months, and stripped countless times, thanks to Nana and her lashings of bum-cream :shock:

They are a smaller fit than BG, but I agree with Mel - for $15, I expect a performance below that of a $30 OSFA nappy, yet I have been as happy (or happier) with these than with some I have spent a lot more on. The crotch is too narrow for our night nappies though :(

Definitely recommend them to people building a quick stash or starting out with limited $$.

BTW, Sophie is an average 10.3kg and on the middle setting.
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