Cloth Diapers Top-Up Pack

  • Real Nappies Top-Up Packs are an ideal way to add to your existing cloth diaper stash.
  • Real Nappies prefold cloth diapers are made of premium 100% Indian cotton that stays soft and fluffy, even after vigorous laundering.
  • Real Nappies Snug Wrap diaper covers repel moisture to keep baby dryer and are easily fastened with velcro tabs at the waist.
  • The Real Nappies Top Up Pack contains 6 x prefold cloth diapers and 2 x Snug Wrap diaper covers.
  • All Real Nappies products are made from premium quality materials, and are backed by a unique warranty that extends across two children and applies to diapers and covers.
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If you'd like to extend the number of days between cloth diaper washes, or just want to add to your stash, the Real Nappies Top-Up Pack is for you! Each Pack contains:

  • 6 x Real Nappies prefold cloth diapers, 100% Indian cotton
  • 2 x Snug Wrap white diaper covers
  • 1 x helpful User Guide

Real Nappies Top-Up Packs come in attractive gift box packaging and are great to give as gifts or receive. Real Nappies is New Zealand's #1 cloth diaper, selected by maternity hospitals and the only cloth diaper brand to be sold in supermarkets.


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Customer Reviews

  1. great

    by Crown of Jewels on April 27, 2012

    I'll share what I was looking for, so you can better get what you need out of this review. Having used other cloth diapers with all sorts of bells and whistles, I was looking for plain, simple and straight forward. No finnicky wicking material, no special washing instructions, no need to strip, or handle carefully. I wanted the old fashioned, very economically priced, get the job done sort of a diaper. When I read that they were used at maternity wards in New Zealand, I figured I'd probably found what I was looking for, and I have.

    I was initially concerned at the lack of leg gussets, but have been pleased and relieved to find that they function perfectly without them. I think perhaps with some of the thinner inserts out there, the leg gussets become more necessary. But, as these are meant to fit firmly against baby, that doesn't pose a problem with these and I have not had leaking issues apart from my occasional lapses by leaving the diaper on too long between changes. You do have to make sure you've got the diaper snugly fastened. I pull up and out towards baby's side with the front of the diaper as I cross the tab over to fasten which nicely snugs down the legs and waist at the same time.

    I have had the whole gamut of issues with previous diapers that I have tried, and these are far superior in function, at a fraction of the cost. Add to that a two child use guarantee out of your diapers and you really can't go wrong.

    We've used the first two sizes so far. I did find that they were easier to use and fit better as my baby got a little bigger - the second size was easier, but the first size worked too. The liquid poo fold works like a charm.

    As pps stated, you need to make sure the insert is fully stuffed into the leg gussets and isn't sticking out anywhere around the legs or waist.

    I also noted that the velcro tabs were stiff and kind of sharp. I have solved this problem by making sure the insert is completely forward in the cover, so it doesn't fold over and tuck in at the waist, thereby preventing the tabs from coming into contact with skin. I line the insert up with the very edge of the front of the diaper and then stretch the back out so that when the diaper is put on, the insert stays close to the front and not the back.

    They seem pretty sturdy and have held up well. The writing on the labels has come off, but the cover itself seems virtually unchanged by multiple washings.

    We have a essential pack and a top up pack for this size, yielding 5 covers and loads of inserts. I never make it through all the inserts but I do occassionally run out of covers and have to use a disposable while I do the wash. I think if I were more on top of my laundry, that wouldn't pose a problem, but I think to essential packs instead, with 6 covers is how I'll go for the next size.

    It really seems like you can't beat the price. If you're doing cloth diapers to be economical and functional, then this is a good match. If you want the latest bells and whistles, flashy colors, and don't mind spending a pretty penny for what could turn out to be a flop, then this wouldn't be your best match. I kind of wanted a sure thing without much that can go wrong, and not much of a financial investment in my experiment. It worked out great!
  2. affordable but bulky

    by A on March 30, 2012

    I stopped using these when my son reached 11+ pounds because they couldn't contain leaks...also they continued to seem bulky between his legs, even as he got bigger. However the price was excellent for a trial of cloth diapers and the items were all good quality and easy to wash and maintain. I would recommend this brand and also consider using them again.
  3. These nappies are soooo soft!

    by meegan on March 21, 2012

    I really love these nappies and believe me I have tried lots of cloth diapers! These won hands down as not only are they super soft but they are by far the only cloth diaper that actually fitted my newborn, all others hung off and leaked everywhere.
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