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Parent's Choice Diapers, Size 5, 280 Diapers (Mega Box)

Walmart # 568061844

Parent's Choice Diapers, Size 5, 280 Diapers (Mega Box)

Walmart # 568061844
$39.20$39.20
$0.14 / each
Free 2-day delivery
Free pickup Wed, May 29
Size: Size 5
Newborn
Up to 10 lbs
Size 1
8-14 lbs
Size 2
12-18 lbs
Size 3
16-28 lbs
Size 4
22-37 lbs
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Count: 280
280 ct
$39.20
$0.14 / each
2-day delivery
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<p>Parent's Choice Baby Diapers provide you with the ultra-absorbent performance that you need at the everyday low price that you deserve. Parent's Choice Baby Diapers are ultra-absorbent providing up to 12 hours of leakage protection . Parent's Choice Baby Diapers are breathable to help keep your baby dry and comfortable. Parent's Choice Baby Diapers have stretchy side fasteners that hug your baby, creating an all-around snug and comfy fit. Parent's Choice Baby Diapers come with a cottony soft inner liner that is hypoallergenic, perfume free, and latex free. Parent's Choice Diapers also have an easy to read wetness indicator that turns from yellow to blue when wet, so you will know exactly when your baby is ready for a diaper change.</p> <br />

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Parent's Choice Baby Diapers provide you with the ultra-absorbent performance that you need at the everyday low price that you deserve. Parent's Choice Baby Diapers are ultra-absorbent providing up to 12 hours of leakage protection . Parent's Choice Baby Diapers are breathable to help keep your baby dry and comfortable. Parent's Choice Baby Diapers have stretchy side fasteners that hug your baby, creating an all-around snug and comfy fit. Parent's Choice Baby Diapers come with a cottony soft inner liner that is hypoallergenic, perfume free, and latex free. Parent's Choice Diapers also have an easy to read wetness indicator that turns from yellow to blue when wet, so you will know exactly when your baby is ready for a diaper change.


About Parent's Choice Baby Diapers:
  • Ultra-absorbent diaper
  • For day or night leakage protection
  • Locks in wetness for drier bottoms
  • Breathable to help keep baby dry and comfortable
  • All around snug & comfy fit
  • Cottony Soft hypoallergenic liner
  • Perfume & latex free
  • Wetness indicator

Specifications

Size
5
Disposable Baby Diaper Type
Overnight Diapers, Disposable Diapers, Everyday Diapers
Is Hypoallergenic
Y
Brand
Parent's Choice
Features
Wetness Indicator, 12 Hour Protection, Disposable, Hypoallergenic, Fragrance Free
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
18.31 x 10.56 x 18.62 Inches
Customer Reviews
4.1
3918 reviews
5 stars
2462
4 stars
569
3 stars
181
2 stars
169
1 star
537
Top Positive Review
101 customers found this helpful
Budget Friendly
I recently had to switch to these diapers because my husband and I were paying $100 a month to diaper our 1 and 2 year old. Our 2 year old has sensitive skin, so we were buying Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive. Our 1 year old wears a size 4 too, so both of our girls were wearing this diaper. We couldn't keep buying the Pampers because it is so expensive. I felt like a bad mom because it took us 2 years to find the right diapers for my daughter. I've tried every diaper out there including Parent's Choice. I never had a problem with Parent's Choice, but I didn't like the feel of them and I felt like maybe my kids would be uncomfortable in them. My kids don't seem to feel uncomfortable in the Parent's Choice diapers. These diapers are 16 cents a piece and I was paying 37 cents a piece per diaper with Pampers. Pampers are softer, but they're more expensive. So far my daughter hasn't gotten a diaper rash with these diapers. I will now only be spending $40 a month to diaper my kids and that's a bargain! With two kids in diapers I couldn't afford the $100 a month anymore. My family is going to save $60 monthly now and $720 annually now. If I would have stuck with Pampers I would have spent $1200 this year in diapers. We just can't afford that with our low income military family. I love other items Parent's Choice sells as well as their overnight diapers, which I am a huge fan of! If these regular Parent's Choice diapers don't work then we will just switch to the overnights which are still pretty cheap! So far with the daytime diapers we haven't had any leaks or blowouts.
Top Negative Review
66 customers found this helpful
Big Mistake!
I have no problem using cheaper stuff on our children. I thought with the line that tells you they are wet that maybe these will be like the pampers he has used since birth. We tried luvs and they do not hold the wetness. These are worse than luvs. When we change his diaper his skin is soaking wet. The diaper leaks from the top in the front and back. No, we do not leave our baby in wet diapers for hours. After he potties, we change him. The pampers kept the wetness off of his skin. They also did not leak. These wet his clothes every time he peed. We gave the rest of them away to someone about to have a baby. Your little person deserves a diaper that will not give them a rash by keeping them wet. Don't waste your money! Our son is 3 months old.
Top Positive Review
101 customers found this helpful
Budget Friendly
I recently had to switch to these diapers because my husband and I were paying $100 a month to diaper our 1 and 2 year old. Our 2 year old has sensitive skin, so we were buying Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive. Our 1 year old wears a size 4 too, so both of our girls were wearing this diaper. We couldn't keep buying the Pampers because it is so expensive. I felt like a bad mom because it took us 2 years to find the right diapers for my daughter. I've tried every diaper out there including Parent's Choice. I never had a problem with Parent's Choice, but I didn't like the feel of them and I felt like maybe my kids would be uncomfortable in them. My kids don't seem to feel uncomfortable in the Parent's Choice diapers. These diapers are 16 cents a piece and I was paying 37 cents a piece per diaper with Pampers. Pampers are softer, but they're more expensive. So far my daughter hasn't gotten a diaper rash with these diapers. I will now only be spending $40 a month to diaper my kids and that's a bargain! With two kids in diapers I couldn't afford the $100 a month anymore. My family is going to save $60 monthly now and $720 annually now. If I would have stuck with Pampers I would have spent $1200 this year in diapers. We just can't afford that with our low income military family. I love other items Parent's Choice sells as well as their overnight diapers, which I am a huge fan of! If these regular Parent's Choice diapers don't work then we will just switch to the overnights which are still pretty cheap! So far with the daytime diapers we haven't had any leaks or blowouts.
Top Negative Review
66 customers found this helpful
Big Mistake!
I have no problem using cheaper stuff on our children. I thought with the line that tells you they are wet that maybe these will be like the pampers he has used since birth. We tried luvs and they do not hold the wetness. These are worse than luvs. When we change his diaper his skin is soaking wet. The diaper leaks from the top in the front and back. No, we do not leave our baby in wet diapers for hours. After he potties, we change him. The pampers kept the wetness off of his skin. They also did not leak. These wet his clothes every time he peed. We gave the rest of them away to someone about to have a baby. Your little person deserves a diaper that will not give them a rash by keeping them wet. Don't waste your money! Our son is 3 months old.
1-10 of 3918 reviews

Excellent choice

Its a Excellent choice

Stop buying known brands

I can’t believe I wasted so much money buying pampers, using these diapers I don’t smell anything, I constantly have to check my daughters diaper to see if she needs to be changed immediately, perfect price, and the diapers really hold

10 year Parent's Choice customer!

Best deal for good quality diapers. I have a 3 year old autistic son who is no where near ready for potty training, he just went up a size and I was pleased to find these for an affordable price, since Everytime a child goes up in size the package contains less diapers and sometimes is more expensive. Thanks Walmart. I've used your diapers for the last 10 years since my first child. I have 5.

I Am buying more !!!!!!

Love these diapers they made them different back in 2006 when my first daughter was born now they have a strip that lets you know if they potty it's awesome

Budget Friendly

I recently had to switch to these diapers because my husband and I were paying $100 a month to diaper our 1 and 2 year old. Our 2 year old has sensitive skin, so we were buying Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive. Our 1 year old wears a size 4 too, so both of our girls were wearing this diaper. We couldn't keep buying the Pampers because it is so expensive. I felt like a bad mom because it took us 2 years to find the right diapers for my daughter. I've tried every diaper out there including Parent's Choice. I never had a problem with Parent's Choice, but I didn't like the feel of them and I felt like maybe my kids would be uncomfortable in them. My kids don't seem to feel uncomfortable in the Parent's Choice diapers. These diapers are 16 cents a piece and I was paying 37 cents a piece per diaper with Pampers. Pampers are softer, but they're more expensive. So far my daughter hasn't gotten a diaper rash with these diapers. I will now only be spending $40 a month to diaper my kids and that's a bargain! With two kids in diapers I couldn't afford the $100 a month anymore. My family is going to save $60 monthly now and $720 annually now. If I would have stuck with Pampers I would have spent $1200 this year in diapers. We just can't afford that with our low income military family. I love other items Parent's Choice sells as well as their overnight diapers, which I am a huge fan of! If these regular Parent's Choice diapers don't work then we will just switch to the overnights which are still pretty cheap! So far with the daytime diapers we haven't had any leaks or blowouts.

Great Diapers, and Affordable!

I buy Parents Choice out of every other diaper because they are affordable and the hold wetness very well. I tried many other brands and they all are not perfect pampers. The only problem i have with these pampers are the straps are hard to take off. At least i know my kid won't be able to take of their stinky pamper and run around the house with it.

Comparable to up & up

I'm confused about all of the poor reviews. The new design is nearly identical to the newest up&up diapers. Features that are identical: Same tabs Same adherent strip in front Same elastic in the back Same wetness indicator Same size For the most part feel the same except that the up&up are very slightly softer on the outside. I have experienced pee leaks in up & up but not in Parents choice, and no blowouts in either. My baby drinks an 8 ounce bottle before bed and sleeps 12 hours and these hold up!
This is the second time I have purchased these diapers. the first box was wonderful, the diapers fit perfectly and the stretch tabs were great, the diaper fit around my daughter comfortably. The second box was different, the diapers were longer not wider, which didn't fit as well. I'm not sure why the design changed but I definitely prefer the wider width rather than the longer width.

Big Mistake!

I have no problem using cheaper stuff on our children. I thought with the line that tells you they are wet that maybe these will be like the pampers he has used since birth. We tried luvs and they do not hold the wetness. These are worse than luvs. When we change his diaper his skin is soaking wet. The diaper leaks from the top in the front and back. No, we do not leave our baby in wet diapers for hours. After he potties, we change him. The pampers kept the wetness off of his skin. They also did not leak. These wet his clothes every time he peed. We gave the rest of them away to someone about to have a baby. Your little person deserves a diaper that will not give them a rash by keeping them wet. Don't waste your money! Our son is 3 months old.

Worst diapers ever

These are by far the worst diapers! The diaper was only on my son for an hour and a half and his clothes were soaked. I thought maybe my husband forgot to make sure he was pointing down, but the next time I changed him and an hour later his clothes were soaked again. Only buy if you like to change your baby's clothes several times a day.
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