Pros: affordable, biodegradable, allergen-free, ethical company
Cons: weak adhesive on tabs, tough to find sometimes
I have switched to cloth diapering full-time now, but I initially used these when my daughter was first born and continue to keep a few as "back-ups" in my diaper bag. What can I say other than these are the only disposables I will buy if given the choice. These are the only disposable diapers (other than g-diaper liners) that are 100% biodegradable. I also have researched the company (based in Sweden) and am very impressed by their mission statement and word-of-mouth based marketing campaign. I really think these diapers are the best for baby as they aren't made with a bunch of plastic, petroleum filled diapers (yes, this includes Seventh Generation) and never gave my baby a rash. My only qualms about this product were that the tabs were difficult to re-fasten if they came loose and they are sometimes difficult to track down. I had to call around at my local Targets to figure out which stores carried them (be sure to verify they have the size you are looking for!) as they are still somewhat of a new, "featured" product. At $9.50 a case this is a waaaay better option than any of the competition!