I am an Omaïki brand ambassador, and it’s about time I share with you the awesome-ness of the Omaiki AIO cloth diaper. Most recently, I the Omaïki AIO cloth diaper landed at my door! Featuring their special 10th birthday print – Smash the Cake – this cloth diaper is a welcome addition to my stash.
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Omaïki is a Quebec-based company owned and operated by two mamas: Anouk and Ariane. These two ladies have been in the diaper design business since 2007, and Omaiki celebrated 10 years with this anniversary print – Smash the Cake – (as featured on my AIO).
Omaïki cloth diapers are made here in Canada! How awesome is that? Omaïki also manufactures and produces a wide array of other products to grow with your family – including their line of reusable feminine hygiene products – Lötus, training pants – Herö, and bibs and bags with Gustö.
Omaïki AIO Design
The Omaïki AIO Cloth Diaper is a simple to use diapering system. As an all-in-one diaper, it is a no fuss system you use once, launder and use again.
The Omaïki AIO is a one-size (OS) diaper ranging in weights 8-35 pounds. With four different rise settings, the diaper offers a wide range of versatile sizing options to fit your child. The Omaïki AIO also comes in two different fasteners – hook & loop and snaps (double waist snaps). We have a hook & loop version.
Inside the diaper is a tongue style AIO cloth diaper. Absorbency is sewn into the body of the diaper, with additional absorbency found in a front facing tongue, and even more absorbency available in a detachable small insert (remove this to fit smaller infants, or for lighter wetters). The detachable insert snaps with two snaps.
The absorbency consists of bamboo viscose and organic cotton with a polyester stay dry material. The diaper shell is PUL.
Everything We Love
In hand, the Omaïki AIO cloth diaper most closely resembles a Tots Bot AIO without a pocket. Otherwise, its uniquely its own diaper.
- Sizing & Fit: The Omaïki AIO fits both my babies. Little Miss was about 12 pounds when we first received the diaper and it fit her great. Little Man still has a rise snap to go (mostly). I love a diaper that fits both babies comfortably. It could easily fit a smaller baby with the cross over hook and loop.
- Rise Snaps: 4 rise settings is the best. I find the 4 rise setting variation the most versatile in offering the best possible fit for my growing and changing children.. Compared to 3 rise settings, this ensures my toddler’s legs never gape and leak, and gives a nice tiny snap for the smaller of newborns.
- Cross Over Waist Snaps: Again, this diaper gets really tiny. Or use the cross over snaps to roll it up into a convenient ball when dirty for your wetbag.
- Laundry Tabs: All hook and loop diapers should have laundry tabs. Not once did I have an issue with the laundry tabs not doing their job! (Laundry Tabs fold over the sticky hook and loop to prevent the diaper from mating with other diapers in the wash).
- Ease of Use: The Omaïki AIO is easy to use because it does not require any fussing to put on. Sometimes there is a a learning curve, and with the Omaïki AIO there is no learning curve. Just use and wash.
- Absorbency: This diaper is just right for an AIO cloth diaper. With 12 layers of bamboo/cotton, the Omaïki AIO meets the daytime absorbency for both my children.
- Stay-Dry OR Natural fibres: Not everyone cares about stay-dry, but if you do care, this diaper is for you. There are not many AIO diapers with stay dry options anymore. The Athletic Wicking Jersey inner is amazing and perhaps one of my favourite stay dry options as it doesn’t pill, or show wash wear over time (compared to a micro fleece inner). If you don’t want stay dry, flip the booster on top of the stay dry, and boom your little can feel wet when you want.
Omaïki AIO Struggles
The only struggle with the Omaïki AIO cloth diaper is the hook and loop is just not suitable to my toddler. He quickly removed the diaper with ease and went on his way. Little Man can undo pretty much any diaper, but snaps would be more suitable for this active toddler. Additionally, I wish the hook and loop was more durable and do find it to be less sticky than I want. The hook and loop is holding up well in the wash.
If you’re a fanatic for Canadian cloth diapers, this is the diaper for you. Even if you don’t care where your diaper is made, the Omaïki AIO cloth diaper is a worthy stash addition. This little diaper is awesome for day-to-day goings of your little one (and even chunkier toddlers, just keep their hands away from those tabs).
Where can you find an Omaïki AIO? Canadians can buy them directly from Omaiki, or at any of their retailers. Shop my affiliate links to support the ongoing work of this blog –LagoonBaby.