Description: Fishnoodles is the previous name of the brand currently known as Peachy Green. The Solo Lux AIO consists of a PUL waterproof outer lined with pure cotton on the inside. It comes with a snap in bamboo soaker which snaps into the back of the diaper. The diaper features a side snapping waist closure with two snaps on each side to adjust leg opening and waist size seperately. The Fishnoodles AIO is a sized diaper and so there are no rise settings.
Ease of use: This diaper is pretty easy to use, simply snap in the soaker and put it on your baby/toddler. As it is a sized diaper, there are no rise settings to adjust. The lack of stretch didn't 'cause fit issues for us, though I still do prefer a little bit of stretch for ease of use in putting the diaper on a squirmy toddler. When you take the diaper off your baby, no dis-assembly is required, you can simply throw the diaper as is into the pail. Drying time wasn't too bad, considering only natural fibres are used for the interior lining and soaker. The design of the soaker and the fact that it can snap out makes for a much quicker drying time than other natural fibre AIOs. I love that the diaper doesn't become crunchy when line drying - an issue I have with most other natural fibre diapers. [Rating: 4.5/5]
Fit: Fishnoodles gives a snug, sleek fit around A's waist and legs, though the lack of stretch might be a problem for some people. I'm also not sure how well these would fit on chunkier babies/toddlers as they are cut on the smaller side. The ruffles at the back waist looks super adorable on, while the front tummy panel is sleek, making for an excellent fit underneath jeans and leggings. I love the rolled elastic around the legs, they are very gentle and never leave any marks around A's legs. These are some of the trimmest diapers I have and definitely my first choice when I need a non-bulky option for a specific outfit. [Rating: 4.5/5]
Value for money: These are on the pricey side and especially so if you consider that they are sized and so you would need to buy different sizes as your baby grows. For what you pay, you get a pretty good diaper, but the price (and added shipping if you're not in the US) will be off-putting to many cloth diaper users. Of course, there are always b/s/t groups and Spot's Corner if you don't mind buying pre-loved (that's what I did!). I can say that these hold up really well over time - I bought mine used and have used them for a few months now and I see zero signs of wear and tear, so that is a plus point. [Rating: 2.5/5]
Performance: I found these needed to be changed more regularly than other diapers I have, which makes sense, considering the trimness. I did go a bit too long between changes once or twice (2.5 hours or so) and A's pants got wet around the side-snapping closures where the wetness wicked out. For this reason I wouldn't recommend this diaper for heavy wetters or going on trips outside the house where you might not be able to change as frequently. I did not test this diaper overnight, but given my experience with daytime usage, I don't think it would hold up all night long. Note that hemp boosters are available for purchase on the Peachy Green website, which would obviously make a big difference in the level of absorbency. [Rating: 3/5]
Fishnoodles are no longer available, but have been rebranded as Peachy Green and are available directly on their website, Peachy Green Diapers. Like them on Facebook to be the first to hear of new products and prints.
Disclaimer: All image credits belong to Hippie Safari. Please do not use or distribute without my permission. I purchased this diaper myself and was not compensated in any way for the review. All opinions expressed above are my own. While I aim to provide detailed, objective reviews of all the diapers that I've used, please bear in mind that this is my opinion and that every mom has her own preferences and every baby is built differently. So what works well for me and A, might not necessarily work well for you and your baby. At the time that these photos were taken, A was 20 months old and weighed 10.5 kg.