SuperBottoms UNO VS Dry Feel Langot
A cloth diaper is not just one particular kind of diaper. There are different varieties that are available in cloth diapers. The one you choose will depend on the age of your child and the need for which you need a cloth diaper. This article will help you understand the difference between two SuperBottoms Cloth Diaper products – SuperBottoms UNO and The Dry Feel Langot.
The simplest way to look at this - UNO is, an advanced cloth diaper by SuperBottoms & Dry Feel Langot is an upgraded version of the old langots that our parents and grandparents probably used on their babies. To suit the need of the hour, Bummy suggested taking the old design and adding a lot of twists to it, making it a much safer, comfortable, cuter, and more convenient option.
Features of Dry Feel Langot:
- Pure– Made of organic cotton
- -Padded– 4 layer organic cotton padding
- -Dry Feel- Our solid and printed Super nappies come with SuperDryFeel(™), that means that the baby will not feel wetness in these even after urinating.
- -Semi Waterproof – The Dry Feel Langot comes with a TPU layer around the crotch making it a mess free choice for your baby.
- -Double loop – for better fit and leakage protection.
- -Safe– Printed using Azo-free dyes
- -Mess Free– Soft and gentle elastics to prevent leaks and messes: a feature that was clearly missing from the old langot designs of yesteryears.
The Dry Feel Langot is an item that’s meant for diaper-free time, and is not a diaper. It isn’t meant to be worn for long periods of time. It isn’t waterproof and hence can be worn until your baby wets it, and then needs to be changed. It can hold 1 pee for most babies and can hold upto 2 pees for some babies- This completely depends on the wetting pattern/capacity of a baby.
What is SuperBottoms UNO?
SuperBottoms UNO is advanced cloth diapers – that last all night, are waterproof, stay dry and are reusable and washable up to 300 times.
Features of SuperBottoms UNO:
- Waterproof- they come with a waterproof shell
- SuperDryFeel (™)- the baby will not feel wetness in these even after urinating.
- Super Absorbent- Come with a dry feel soaker (8-layer organic cotton) + a booster pad (8-layer organic cotton). Together these two can last all night for most babies.
- Free Size (3 months- 3-year baby)- The same diaper works for 3 months or a 3-year baby since the diaper has different rise settings for different sizes.
Simple comparison if you wish!
SuperBottoms UNO has a waterproof layer made of PUL. This breathable fabric prevents leaks (1), which will get wet only after several hours or when the diaper is completely full. UNO is waterproof, but since Dry Feel Langot is not a diaper & works as a diaper-free time essential, it has no waterproof layer.
A Dry Feel Langot is padded with 4 layers of organic cotton fabric, which absorb wetness for a short time. However, SuperBottoms UNO has a padding of up to 14 layers of organic cotton in our soakers, which would help it to absorb for up to 5 hours or more!
Wearing (Waist fastening):
The waist fastening is entirely different in a UNO and Dry Feel Langot. Although a Dry Feel Langot has the traditional system of fastening, which needs to be tied at the waist using a drawstring, the modern cloth diaper has a more advanced and modern way to fasten the waist in the form of safe and sturdy snap buttons. These can be adjusted to fit your baby.
When you use a Dry Feel Langot, once the baby has outgrown the size, you would need to buy a bigger size. However, when you use a free-size UNO, the same diaper would last you almost 3 years. So, it can be used from when a baby is 3 months right up to 3 years of age. Then, you simply adjust the size settings using the snap buttons on the diaper, and it would fit perfectly!
Before you make your final decision on how many of which to own, it would help you if you could check the SuperBottoms UNO review or Dry Feel Langot review on our website or our community of parents – Parents Trice By SuperBottoms!
However, when making a purchase, one need not choose one over another. They serve entirely different purposes and complement each other. One is for long periods and is as convenient as disposables. The other is gentler, for home or shorter periods, and is meant for giving your baby’s tender skin a breath of fresh air while also staying clear of any mess or inconvenience!