Tesco Pull-Up Training Pants Reviews
Product Type: Tesco baby products
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Toilet Trainers / Potty Seats
Newest Review: ... you ask me! There is no picture but the pants come in a plastic red carrie, and can be opened along perforation at the top ... more
Customer Tesco Pull-Up Training Pants Reviews (7)
by - written on 13/08/10 (Very useful, 257 readings)
I am currently potty training my middle daughter and so far she is just about dry in the day time. It is still early days but we have gone straight into pants and ditched the day time nappies. She still requires nappies at night time but to try and make her feel a little more grown up, I decided to try Pull-Up's as an alternative to the more baby style nappies I have always been a huge fan of Tesco's nappies, they are brilliantly priced compared to the leading brands and I think they are a great quality nappy which have always fitted and performed really well. As I trusted the Tesco's products so much, I decided to opt for their Pull-Up nappies ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/12 (Very useful, 111 readings)
When my daughter was younger I predominantly used huggies pull ups but on months when money was tight we would also use sainsburys brand pull ups and also these Tesco easy fit pants. At 3 years old my daughter is of course now potty trained so has no need for these, although she does have the occasional accident at night. Recently I had my 2 year old niece over for the weekend to sleepover and so I popped to Tesco and bought a pack of these now called - Tesco baby easy fit pants. In a size 4, the pack contains 22 pants for £3.55 which is pretty decent priced if you ask me! There is no picture but the pants come in a plastic red carrie, and can be opened along ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/00, updated on 30/09/00 (Very useful, 280 readings)
Tesco’s own brand training pants. Tesco’s training pants have my money. They are sold in two sizes, the medium caters for smaller toddlers and come in packets of 18, and the large size is suitable for larger toddlers and older children and comes in packs of 15.Costing about a pound less than branded disposable training pants they are snug fitting and quite adequate. Reasonably priced, they are absorbent and economical with minimal leakage. My 2 year old has a thing about disposable nappies, now that she is a big girl she removes them with vigour. Insistent that she still needed protection during the night and whilst sleeping in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/09 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I use these pull ups for my eldest son at night. I always buy Tesco own brand nappies and have found them to be good quality and a reasonable price. They stand up well to overnight use, although my son probably only wets in them once or twice during the night, and I like the fact that he can pull them down and back up himself when he goes to the toilet at bedtime and in the morning. They stay up well without leaving red marks and seem comfortable to wear. I have tried them on my younger son who's just turned 2 and found they were not quite capable of holding 12 hours worth of his wee (but not many nappies are!) but they aren't really designed to so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/01, updated on 28/11/01 (Very useful, 401 readings)
This is a total rewrite, I`ve left the original at the bottom to show how pathetic it was. These are usually advertised as training pants for when you are trying to get a toddler to use the potty, but I`ve found that they are also a godsend when you have an older child who is a bedwetter. My son is 6 and still wets the bed on a regular basis, and so far these are the best pull-ups I`ve found. I went through a period of about 3 months fairly recently where I stopped using them, this was just to see if the bedwetting would improve without them. As it didn`t I have just started using them again because the amount of washing I was getting everyday was just ... Read the complete review
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