Review: Tots Bots Easyfit Star

Tots Bots Easyfit Star

As many of you will know, we are a Tots Bots family. We have used a lot of the Tots Bots nappy range over the years, sticking with Easyfits for the day and Bamboozles for the night. More recently, we have added the PeeNut to our stash, and this has become my personal favourite – until now. Say hello to the all new Easyfit Star.

Tots Bots Easyfit Star

The Easyfit Star is an all in one nappy, meaning you can just pop it on and off much like a disposable. All you need is a nappy, a liner and a baby! Lie the liner (disposable or washable) on to the inside of the nappy, fasten it around the waist with velcro tabs and away you go.

Tots Bots Easyfit Star

The absorbent bamboo core handles pretty much anything your baby can throw at it – these nappies use the same material as the workhorse Bamboozle which we use overnight. Bamboo is super absorbent, and can hold a LOT of fluid – we are easily getting 4 hours between changes. The Easyfit Star is designed with a ‘no escape’ buffer zone with stitch free seams. The nappy sits snugly against the thighs and around the bottom, meaning that nothing escapes, and the seamless finish makes it really comfortable to wear. Eliza has recently started crawling, and so she has really put these nappies to the test – she has been on the move with a full nappy, and we have had no leaks. The waterproof tummy area makes sure clothes stay dry at all times too.

Tots Bots Easyfit Star

Tots Bots Easyfit Star

Changing is as simple as changing a disposable. You simply undo and fold back the velcro tabs, remove and dispose of the liner and change. The used nappy just gets chucked in a bucket until I have a wash load to go on – they are washed at 60 degrees and line dried. It really is that simple – cloth nappies are not as scary as you might think!

Tots Bots Easyfit Star

Tots Bots Easyfit Star

As well as doing their job well, the Easyfit Stars come in an awesome variety of colours and prints – you can see them all here. I am loving the new Story Time prints, and we are big fans of the Tweet pattern Eliza is wearing above too! Tots Bots nappies are chemical free, and the Easyfit Star is a one size fits most nappy – meaning that it can be adjusted to fit your little one from birth to potty. There are poppers on the front of the nappy, which you can adjust to get a snug fit for your baby or toddler, and means that you have less of an outlay if you are just starting out with cloth – you don’t need to buy lots of different sized nappies.

Tots Bots Easyfit Star

We have used the previous Easyfit nappies before now, and as much as I love them we did find that the minky inner was less absorbent than some nappies. This was solved for me with the introduction of the PeeNut with the bamboo pad – however these are 2 part nappies which may put some people off, especially those who are new to cloth. The Easyfit Star really is the best of both worlds – an all in one, easy to use, one size nappy with a super absorbent bamboo core. I am confident these nappies will see both Max and Eliza through to potty training, and I am sure they will then be handed on to someone just starting out on their cloth journey. 

The Easyfit Star is an easy to use, parent friendly workhorse of a nappy that will appeal to both seasoned fluffy bum users and new cloth nappy parents alike.



  1. March 25, 2016 / 7:12 pm

    Tots bots easyfit was the first nappies we tried and cant wait to try these new ones, my little one is a heavy wetter so it sounds like these ones will last a little longer,when we changed to cloth i felt like i was doing nothing else but cha ge nappies 🙂 thank you for your helpful review. Marie
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  2. March 29, 2016 / 8:37 am

    These look so cute and I love the designs, mind you having the perfect baby model really helps! Tot bots would do well to use your lovely photos for their own marketing. #TriedTested

  3. March 29, 2016 / 9:09 am

    These look so cute. Re-useable nappies really appeal to me for so many reasons. They look cute, plus they save money. Great review! #TriedTested
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  4. March 29, 2016 / 9:44 am

    These look fab, my sister would love to try these for my niece, love the different designs as well x #TriedTested

  5. March 29, 2016 / 2:25 pm

    I am yet to try reusable nappies but these do look great #triedtested

  6. March 29, 2016 / 4:32 pm

    These sound really useful and they look very cute too! I was always a bit scared to try reusable nappies on my son so we stuck with pampers but you’ve made me think twice, so maybe nxt time! #triedtested

  7. March 29, 2016 / 5:22 pm

    I tried with cloth nappies and never found any I liked. I think it’s great that you’ve found a brand that works for you 🙂


  8. I love the Tots Bots stretchies and easy fits but I’m yet to try the peenut or the star with Lily although I’ve heard such good things about both.
    Eliza is such a cutiepie, she looks really happy with her new nappy!
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  9. March 29, 2016 / 9:30 pm

    These look great, I am hoping to change to cloth soon, but it’s hard to know where to begin. These sound easy for beginners like me! I love that bird print one at the top!
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  10. March 29, 2016 / 9:33 pm

    Ohh these look and sound amazing! We use disposable nappies as I always thought cloth would be a nightmare but these sound really easy to use and they are super cute too xx #TriedTested

  11. March 29, 2016 / 10:37 pm

    These have totally changed my thinking on cloth nappies it’s good to know they are constantly developing to be as good, if not better than disposables #triedtested

  12. March 31, 2016 / 3:50 pm

    I love the bright and fun designs. They look like they fit really well X #triedtested

  13. April 3, 2016 / 8:53 pm

    They are so cute! Lovely review, I love the bird pattern. Thanks for hosting #triedtested

  14. April 4, 2016 / 2:45 pm

    Ah she looks too cute! I do wish I’d been more committed to cloth bums for Amy, I just never quite found a routine that worked for us as a family.
    Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week x
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