Pampers Easy-up Pants Reviews
Product Type: Pampers baby products
Description:Brand: Pampers / Type: Nappies / Pull on pants for toddlers.
Newest Review: ... You do get less of these in a box than other Pampers nappies so they do work out more expensive. The pants are designed to ... more
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Customer Pampers Easy-up Pants Reviews (23)
by - written on 05/01/08 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Pampers easy up pants were the first pants we tried when we began toilet training our daughter. We chose pampers as we had always used pampers nappys and had never had a problem. I was dissapointed right from the begining with these. firstly they work out more expensive than nappys, it is difficult to get them in the smaller sizes so i realy had to shop around for these. My main problem with these though was that they leak, the leg holes on them never fitted properly even with the smallest size they make so every time my daughter had an accident they leaked streight down on to the inside of her legs which made her very sore as she ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/01, updated on 25/08/01 (Very useful, 588 readings)
When you have a baby it can be really hard to know what day of the week is, let alone what nappies to use. Super absorbent, reliable, cheap, easy to put onto a wiggling, walking toddler? Well Pampers have just added to the choice of nappies which are now available, especially for toddlers. Pampers have been one of the leading nappy sellers since disposable nappies came on the market have just solved the most annoying problem since nappy rash. Yes, its a pull up nappy for toddlers. To the new parent its hard to think that small babe who is so dependent can suddenly change into a squirming, screaming walker who despises being stopped and having their nappy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/13 (Very useful, 30 readings)
My little girl hasn't long turned two and as of yet she is reluctant to use the potty. I am not going to force her I have simply put it away and we'll try again in a few months. Increasingly changing her nappy has become a nightmare, she won't lie down to have her bum done and it was getting difficult to pin down a wriggly toddler. I seen these in Asda for £10 a box when the baby event was on. My little girl is tall and very slim she is still in a size 4 so we get 75 in a box. They also do a size 4+ a size 5 and a size 6. You do get less of these in a box than other Pampers nappies so they do work out more expensive. The pants are designed to go on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/10, updated on 09/08/13 (Very useful, 304 readings)
I have generally found most aspects of parenting to be much easier second time around but potty training my youngest son has been very slow going so far and much more difficult than I remember from the first time around. I've never been a great fan of the general concept of pull-up nappies, believing there are a just a marketing ploy to charge parents a premium for a pull-up nappy and also because I prefer to go straight into pants as they are much easier for little ones to comprehend when they are wet and have had an 'accident.' This approach worked with my oldest son but is less practical with a second child as activities such as undertaking the school run ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 173 readings)
**What are they?** They are a pull-on version of regular nappies. They are designed for your hyperactive toddler who does not want to lie down for their nappy change. They have what is described as a 'unique extra-dry layer'. **Are they any good?** Well, we purchased these for half price in Boots and would not have bought them otherwise as they are much more expensive than regular tabbed nappies. We thought it would be a nice treat for our 9 month old son. He has not started walking yet but always enjoys standing at any given moment so we did not think it too soon to use them. And we were right! The elasticated ... Read the complete review
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