Tiny Tush Elite 1.1 Diaper ~ Review ~

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About Tiny Tush:

Tiny Tush began with Charlene Foster, a mom who was searching for a better way to use cloth diapers. Over the course of diapering her five children, she’d tried everything but had yet to find an optimal cloth diapering system. With her unique flair for textiles and clear vision of her ideal diaper, she knew she had developed a great idea that would help her – and many other moms – to successfully cloth diaper….Tiny Tush was born! Now a decade later, Tiny Tush, a family owned business, is fulfilling customers’ diapering needs with excellent products and knowledgeable, courteous, and friendly service. Tiny Tush is dedicated to providing the highest quality products (many made in the USA!) at affordable prices, and to giving customers the best experience possible. Plus, Tiny Tush offers a generous 90 day money back guarantee on all new products and a 30 day return on used products.

The Tiny Tush Elite One-Size Pocket Diaper
  •  This unique cloth diapering system is the easiest system available today. With a reverse envelope pocket opening in the rear of the diaper, the inserts are easy to install. This opening also prevents stool from getting caught underneath the flap, making cleanup easier and yuck-free.
  • The exterior of the Tiny Tush Elite One-Size Pocket diaper is a waterproof PUL. The inner layer is a non-piling polyester micro-fleece that keeps the diaper looking like new, even wash after wash. This diaper is available in either snap or Aplix closures.
  • Tiny Tush Elite One-Size pocket diapers are designed to fit babies from 7-35 lbs. The snap-down system for sizing is similar to the popular Tiny Tush Trim fitted, except there is an extra fourth row of snaps for increased adjustability. There is also an extra column of snaps to keep this amazing diapering system secure and trim.
  • The four row snap-down system (that comes with both the Aplix and snap closure diapers) allows the rise of this diaper to be adjusted incrementally from newborn, infant, crawler, to toddler
We received the new Tiny Tush Elite 1.1.  The only difference, that I am aware of, between the Tiny Tush Elite and the Elite 1.1 is that the 1.1 has colored snaps to match the diaper.  I am a big fan of the snaps matching the diaper.  And Tiny Tush has lots of great colors to choose from!
We have loved using the Tiny Tush Elite 1.1.  The inside of the diaper is lined with ultra plush microfleece (one of the softest diapers we own).  The diaper features a large opening in the back which makes for very easy stuffing, but I’m not looking forward to the day when I have to pull the insert out of a particularly messy diaper (I prefer front pockets).  So far I haven’t had any problems.
When I first opened the mailing envelope and pulled the diaper out my first reaction was, “Dang, that is one BIG diaper!”  The Tiny Tush is now the largest diaper in my stash.  This may be a drawback for some as this diaper is going to be pretty bulky on a newborn (dipe goes from 7-35 lbs).  If bulk is not a concern for you then you’re good to go.  The thing I love about the size is that my almost 4 year old can wear this at night if we run out of his cloth nighttime trainers.  The Tiny Tush has 1 more row of rise snaps than most standard One Size diapers.  I’ve found that instead of allowing for a smaller newborn size (it is just slightly larger than a bum genius on the newborn setting) it allows for a larger toddler size.  This diaper will be great for babies and toddlers who have a high rise.
Newborn rise setting
Unsnapped, unstretched. Tiny Tush on bottom Bum Genius on top.
I was also kind of concerned about how wide the crotch of the diaper looked.  The microfiber insert, however is narrow (narrower than any of my other inserts), and allows for a narrow overall fit through the crotch.
Nice and narrow
Much wider fit in the back than our other diapers

Overall we are very happy with the quality of our Tiny Tush Elite 1.1 and look forward to getting lots of use out of this dipe.

Buy It:
You can purchase the Tiny Tush Elite 1.1 at TinyTush.com and various other cloth diaper retailers for $17.95.


Disclosure: I was provided with a diaper at no cost to myself in order to facilitate a review.  The opinion expressed are entirely honest and my own.


About Amy @ Oh So Savvy Mom

Amy is mom to three, wife to one, and a sister and aunt to many. Her family is a former military family now settled in Lehi, Utah. Oh So Savvy Mom began as a way for Amy to share parenting and product advice with others. Just as she has evolved, Oh So Savvy Mom has evolved into a resource for Healthy Living for Families, Food, Parenting, and Family Travel.


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