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Monk N Bear One Size Fits All Reusable Nappy

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One Size Fits All Reusable Nappy

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Parent Reviews and Comments

I bought two Monk n Bear osfm nappies to try for Dd. I love the look and feel of this nappy and was thrilled with the price. I think the two insert system would be great for absorbency but unfortunately the fit just didn't work for my long skinny bub. I've passed them along to a friend whose bub is chubbier and they are working wonderfully for her. It might be worth considering your child's build before purchasing these. 


I love Monk n bear nappy, they are light , easy to use and not so bulky.

like the snap on booster and on the outside. I tried it for my 2 year old. It easily to adjust the waist line snap and no leak.

and the price is affordable.


What a wonderful nappy, they fit my 4 week old and the same nappy will last until she is toilet trained. They come in a range of different colours and for about $20 a nappy when you buy them in bulk they will save heaps of money and also the environment compared to cloth.

No soaking required, you can just put them in a nappy bucket then throw them in the wash.


I love my Monk n Bear nappies.

They are a trim nappy and look great. I may have had about 3 leaks in all the time that I have used them and they make up the bulk of my nappy stash.

I love that the bamboo parts snap on to the nappy so that the cover can be reused if it has not been soiled, so you only need 2 covers in a day. 

They are also a great price

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