One Size Wizard Duo Cover (10-35 lbs)


The Wizard Duo Cover is a lightweight, waterproof All-in-Two diaper cover. Available in 4 sizes to match our Absorbent Duo Fitted Inserts.

The Duo Cover features adjustable waist and rise snaps for a secure, tamper-proof fit. Fully elasticized waist, both in the front and back, for a comfortable stretchy fit. It can be reused a number of times by snapping in a clean Absorbent Duo Fitted Insert.

The absorbent Duo Fitted Insert snaps into the Duo Cover using 6 snaps, ensuring a secure, leak-free fit!


Newborn 6 to 12 lbs
Small 8 to 18 lbs
One Size 10 to 35 lbs
XLarge 35 to 45 lbs

Note: The Wizard Duo Covers run true to size. The Absorbent Wizard Duo Fitted Inserts snap inside the Wizard Duo Covers to ensure a leak-free diapering system. Due to the snaps located inside the Duo cover, we do not recommend using it with prefolded or flat diapers.

PUL Style

Fashionables (thinner) PUL print/color options: White, Cranberry, Navy, Mustard, Foxy, Flight, Bee Kind, Sunshine, Evergreen, Whale Song, Young at Art, Whiz Kid, Wild One, Ocean Life, Orchard, Tweet, Earth Day, Pine, Dino, Dream, Adventure Awaits.

Classic (thicker) PUL print/color options: Oceans, Savanna, Wetlands, Rainforest, Coral Reef, Yellow Sundance, Orange Sunset, Teal Tidewater, Blue Raindrop, Seafoam Green, Wood Violet.

Customer Reviews

Based on 37 reviews

I cannot say enough about how much I love these covers/the Wizard Duo set I got for my little guy. The patterns are adorable and the quality is outstanding.

Even with his skinny little chicken butt, these covers contain everything, even thru the night.

Ashley Zek.
These Diapers Make Cloth Diapering Fun!

I love a lot of things about these wizard duos. The patterns are bright and fun and bring a lot of cheer to my nursery when they're all neatly folded in my diaper caddy.
They are also very absorbent when paired with the wizard inserts. I know I can count on the night time inserts lasting all night long. The duo design contains #2 blowouts like no other diaper I have used. I have tried a brand of pocket diapers before and various disposable brands but Mother-ease wins, no contest.
I appreciate the attention to details and how Mother-ease is always tweaking their already awesome designs to be just that much better. For example, I have the older inserts and covers in my collection and in the newer ones, they've made a slight change where the inside flap of the cover no longer covers the snaps of the insert ( a little hard to describe, but it's a change I really like so I don't have to do the extra step of folding the little flap over the snaps each time). Keep up the great work, I will be a Mother-Ease purist until all my babies are grown out of them :) Excited to see what new patterns you'll introduce next!


The diaper covers are so cute! We love the patterns, but the solid colours are really nice as well. My son is a heavy wetter. We have not had a leak yet. I tried 2 different types of cloth diapers before discovering Mother Ease. I wish I had have found them sooner. I don't think the cover lasts to 35 pounds for a chubby kid. My son is chubby. He is 29 lbs, and the diapers seem really tight. He always has red marks on his thighs.

Made small

I bought 5 small Sandys + 15 one-size Wizard Duo inserts with 4 covers. My 5-month baby is 19 pounds and none of these diapers fit him anymore. He is chubby but nothing crazy. The Sandys lasted his third and fourth months (but since they are fitted it was expected), however I am disappointed that the Duo didn't last longer, especially they are supposed to last till 35 pounds.

Didn't have any leaks with them, but they are too tight, leaving marks around the waist and thighs.

Lydia W

I've been using the duos diapers for almost a year now, starting when my daughter was 2 weeks old, and they are by far my favorite cloth diaper. Once I learned how to properly put them on my daughter, meaning I need to make sure the thighs are right in place after putting the diaper on, I have had no leaking whatsoever. It was a breeze with breastfed newborn poo since everything washes very easily, and once my daughter started eating I added a flushable liner to help with the removal of any poo. So far so good ! Everyday I alternate 2 covers, letting one air out while the other is in use, and using a new one only if I have a big poo that touched the elastics. For days at daycare, I just pack them as if they were regular disposable diapers so it's not complicated and the caretaker doesn't have to change the liners. I have 12 covers rights now, 18 stay dry insert and 6 night stay dry which are awesome. I do a full extra sanitize cycle every once a while to make sure there is no urine build up, but appart from that I just clean them every 2 to 3 days with a normal warm cycle with regular detergent followed by a hot cycle with no detergent. I've saved more than 2300 diapers, making me break even with costco disposable diapers as of today, and they are still in perfectly good shape. They will go to my next child without problem I'm sure. Also, the prints are just adorables <3 Worst thing about these is that they are hard to get and sometime sell real fast.