SuperBottoms UNO 2.0 is an innovative cloth diaper product with a patent-pending for its unique design.
August 07, 2021
SuperBottoms, India’s leading cloth diaper brand, has introduced the most revolutionary cloth diaper for babies – UNO 2.0. With a simple design yet powerful functionality like – 12-hour absorbency, all night dry feel, and a super trim easy, UNO 2.0 is all set to be the first choice of diapering for new parents.
The homegrown cloth diaper company has a patent pending for the unique design of its latest launch. The diaper doesn’t take more than 5 seconds to wear while ensuring it still fits all age groups of babies between 3 months to 3 years.
Pallavi Utagi, founder of SuperBottoms said at the launch, “At SuperBottoms, we believe in continuous innovation basis customer feedback to create better-performing products. With every version of our most loved cloth diaper UNO, we have tried to simplify it. This time, after months of ideation, debate, and discussions, we have been able to design a product which is one of the simplest cloth diapers globally and we have applied for a design patent for the same.”
SuperBottoms UNO 2.0 is available on their website and the price range starts at Rs. 699. This diaper range is made of all cloth and it includes organic cotton pads which ensure excellent absorption along with a dry feel layer on top to keep the baby dry all night and keep them away from chemicals.
She further added, “Our earlier version had 12 snaps on the front for sizing the diaper to fit babies from 3 months to 3 years. In the new version, we have developed a system the diaper can be adjusted just by 2 snaps on the waist. We did an extensive pre-launch and test of the product through our innovation centre Bummy Labs and after months of rigorous feedback sessions with customers, we are glad to launch the product to new parents. This sizing option along with the fact that our diaper can be washed more than 300 times makes it a super economical and eco-friendly diapering option as compared to regular disposable diapers.”