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A fun way to fasten a diaper! The Boingo is a innovative fastener that is simple and cute! No old fashioned pins needed! Just hook on one side of the diaper, pull and grip, and you're done!

Our Price: $5.50


Product Code: BOINGO


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A fun way to fasten a diaper! The Boingo is a innovative fastener that is simple and cute! No old fashioned pins needed! Just hook on one side of the diaper, pull and grip, and you're done!

Boingo Fasteners grip on the sides of the diaper. This prevents uncomfortable compression on the babys tummy and delicate areas.

Boingo does not need a cover, because of its patent pending curved grips. Boingo stays put and does not pull off during play like other products on the market. The curved grips also help prevent accidental injuries like poked fingers and scratches.

*Comes in packs of 2 and in 7 fun colors and Disco - the new *glitter* Boingo!

*Due to the extra packaging this item requires when shipped on its own, there is a handling fee of $2.00 for orders under $10. If you are in the Raleigh area, you may select local pickup. You will receive email notification when your order is ready and you may pick it up during regular store hours.



Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 6 Write a review »

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My favorite fasteners November 16, 2014
Reviewer: Rebecca Riley from Atlanta, MI US  
I've tried these and the Snappi.  These are the favorite in my household.  They are more adjustable because you use two.  And I think they would be more comfy for my baby since there is nothing tight across his lower belly/crotch area.  Obviously way nicer than pins too!

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Works well for us! September 7, 2013
Reviewer: Amanda Clayton from Orlando, FL  
I prefer to use these instead of a Snappi with our Green Mountain Diapers Workhorse Fitteds. They are "no-closure", so you need something to hold it shut, but a Snappi doesn't grip the wings as much as these do. I only need to use one Boingo in the middle, even on my chunky 28-lb., 21-month-old. If I have him in a prefold, however, then I can use both Boingos and know that it's not pushing on his belly. The Boingos are also super easy to clean ... All I do is lay one on top of a cloth wipe, spray it a few times with our wipes solution, then use the wipe to rub it clean. Or you can rub it between your hands when you're washing them. Easy!

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Bananas for Boingos September 7, 2013
Reviewer: Blakelyn Hoyt from Florida  
I got these when snappis became a constant source of irritation. (I'm not knocking them, they simply don't work for our family) We wanted to get the green and blue, but they were out of stock, so we got a set of white, just to try. I could not wait to change my son! They are adorable.

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Better than Snappi September 7, 2013
Reviewer: Jessica from Oregon  
With a snappi I never felt like I had enough hands to get everything attached onto my baby but I don't have that problem with these. They are easy to use and my daughter loves choosing which colors to use. And I've never had a problem with them not holding PFs or flats in place. I'm glad there's finally an alternate to pins and snappis!

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Love but... September 7, 2013
Reviewer: Michelle from TN  
I really do love these. They are durable and cute, they make for an awesome fit and are easy to use.
That said, they seem to put a lot more stress on the fabric than my snappis did and I have noticed in some places they have actually snapped threads (hopefully this won't result in holes later). I've also had them come loose (completely, or just enough to cause droop) after a lot of wiggling (naps/nighttime or play) when used under wool or coverless, but this doesn't seem to happen under a cover.

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