This post was proudly sponsored by Snappi Baby USA. My opinions are completely honest and of my own. I only promote products that I use and believe in on this blog.  

Looking for a diaper fastener that is easier to use than safety pins? In this short post, I will review the new Snappi Diaper Fastener. These are inexpensive, easy to use, and come in new fun colors!

Giveaway details are at the bottom of this post! Don’t miss out, I am giving away three packs of size-two Snappi’s to three lucky winners!

What Is The Snappi Diaper Fastener?

Back in the good ol’ days, they used small flat sheets of material as diapers (FLATS) along with safety pins to secure them. In the 80’s the Snappi diaper fastener was invented by a man in Africa who was tired of getting pricked by the pins. Snappi’s began to revolutionize cloth diapering because they made it much easier and safer to secure cloth diapers.

The Snappi is made from non-toxic materials and has no latex. Snappis can secure your diaper from three sides. They stretch pretty easily and work best with cotton fabrics like terry cloth or cotton prefolds. Snappi’s don’t work as well with tightly woven fabrics like thicker hemp prefolds for example. They also feature protective loops on each end that you can pull over the teeth when not in use.

Currently, they come in a pack of 3 or 5 and are sold on Amazon. I like that they give you more than one Snappi diaper fastener so you can have extra for your diaper bag.

Here are the new colors

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My Review

I love the new colors that Snappi came out with but I do miss the neon colors they used to offer. I think it would be fun if they offered more color options and even special edition Snappis like glitter or multi-color. As far as function I think the Snappi does a great job at securing prefolds, flats, or fitted cloth diapers. I like that they are stretchy and have protective loops for when not in use. That keeps them from snagging onto things in your diaper bag or sticking your finger.

The Cons:
Snappi diaper fasteners can be a little tight in the front area compared to Boingo’s or diaper pins. I can use BOINGO’S to extend my prefolds since they can hit both sides of the hips like diaper pins. However, I do believe Snappi’s are slightly easier to use than Boingo’s in my experience.

UPDATE:
As of July 2017, Snappi Baby has decided to launch the size-two Snappi’s again! They will come in the same colors that are listed above and stretch further across the diaper. This will allow you to use your prefolds longer, saving you some $$$.

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If you are interested in purchasing your own set of Snappis, you can check out my affiliate link. I do make a small commission (very small) if you go through my link and it’s at no extra cost to you! Snappi Cloth Diaper Fasteners – Pack of 3 (Orange, Green, Gray)




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{CLOSED} GIVEAWAY! 
I will be giving away three sets of Snappi Baby size-two fasteners to three lucky winners! If you want to enter, simply comment below and tell me if you have ever used Snappi diaper fasteners before. Share this post on Pinterest and let me know your Pinterest username. I have even provided Pinterest friendly graphics for ya!  🙂

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