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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Sunbaby Review and Giveaway


For this review I was sent a one size Sunbaby 4.0 diaper in the heart pattern.  I have to admit that I was very impressed with this diaper for several reasons.  `The main one being that I was able to get an incredible fit for my son.  My son is on the skinny side so usually it’s a little hard to get a snug fit on his legs.  Not only was I able to get a snug fit with my Sunbaby, but I was able to get it the very first time I put it on!  I was also able to get a snug fit around his waist so there were no leaks with this diaper :)

Another reason I was impressed with this diaper was the value for the price.  These diapers are really inexpensive and yet they hold up incredibly well!  We’ve worn this diaper numerous times, both in the house and out for errands and we haven’t had any leaks.  For a diaper that you can get for less than $8 with inserts or around $6 without inserts, I’d say that’s pretty amazing.

The final reason I was so impressed with this diaper had to do with the company.  Sun Pei is the mommy behind this company, and everything is manufactured in Shanghai, China, however, she makes sure that these diapers are all made under fair labor conditions.  To ensure that the conditions and wages of her employees stay reasonable and that overtime is not required, she does not sell her diapers to retailers in China.  When I found that out I knew I was dealing with a very respectable woman. 


Sun Pei has not only sent us a diaper for review, but she has very graciously offered up one for one of our readers!



This review was written by Katy


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27 comments:

  1. The price of the diaper is interesting.

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  2. she doesn't sell her diapers to retailers in China

    debnmike moretti

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  3. i think it's great that she monitors the labor conditions of the workers who make the diapers. it's so easy to just decide not to buy from China, but i think what she's doing is wonderful for everybody involved!!

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  4. I think it is interesting, and important, that she makes she the workers are paid fair wages and she does not sell to retailers in China.

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  5. What an amazing price for them, and the way she makes sure fair labor laws are in place. That is awesome!

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  6. Like that they were a grat fit from the get go! Great labor practices!

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  7. https://twitter.com/#!/Shananava/status/188286911155154945
    wouldnt allow to put in field Thanks

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  8. I like that she ensures fair wages for her workers.

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  10. couldnt find you on fb and pressed the enter button too soon for that one =( sorry.

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  11. I like the trim fit and the price point!

    huntermb3 at gmail dot com

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    huntermb3 at gmail dot com

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  13. i liked that she makes sure fair labor laws are in place
    taraz9 at excite dot com

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  14. I like the prints.

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  15. I love how she is ensuring fair labor and wages. Thank is very respectable.

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  16. The prints are great, the price is absolutely wonderful and the way she works is just perfect!

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  17. I love the bit about the onwer of sun babys! I never knew!

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  18. I find it interested that the owner makes sure the diapers are made under fair labor conditions. I am new to cloth diapering, but so far have really tried to buy products made in the US. I didn't feel comfortable buying ones made in China, but the information you posted makes me want to try this diaper.

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  19. I think it's interesting that she won't sell to retailers in China! Good for her!
    tvpg at aol dot com

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  20. Loves that she doesn't sell to china and that the cost are low enough that even low income family can cloth diaper their baby's in style :)

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  21. Cindy B (on rc/fb)~ I think the price of the diapers is great and that's what interesting.

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  22. I love the price point and I never knew she wouldn't sell to China

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  24. Diapers are made under fair labor conditions

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  25. I like that it all started as a WAHM deal =)

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  26. Diapers are made in China but under fair labor conditions!

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