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951 reviews | 4.6 out of 5
Potty Training a boy :-)
these easy-ups does the job. My only concern is this; Ive found myself ripping/snagging off the leg-ruffled part. Maybe I was pulling them up to fast or too riff, not sure. But the design seems a lil fragile. However, 2 1/2 yr old sleep thru the night without wetting the bed. during the day, He might use 2-3 easy-ups & that's do to him pooping. He's mastered urinating, wont cop-a-squat
Furthermore, the Easy-Ups are worht purchasing!
p.s. come up with other cool design. something similar to real under wear.
It was a great item to begin with until I realized how an 18 months old child thinks. I started his training without these Easy Ups and it was going great. I was taking him to bathroom every hour and he got into that rhythm. Every 40-45min he would point towards his peepee and call me to take him. Also at night time I was still using the old diapers and he would do the same. But when I replaced his regulars with these easy ups, he considered them as all time diapers training and I lost all my hard work. Now I have to start all over again but without these easy ups.
It works if your kid thinks of it as his under wear and not their diaper. Good Luck to all!
I expected more from Pampers. These do not have velcro sides! It makes a huge mess if you have to remove one with #2! Pulling it down required taking off my son's pants, socks, and sneakers. It left poo smeared down his leg, and then you can't "ball up" the diaper, because there is no velcro to hold it together. Long story short; messy diaper, messy leg, messy changing surface!
Not a good stuff its leak every time i used
I used it to train my 4 year old and now I'm using it for my 18 months old. Very absorbent. It last through the night
My kids love the designs, and I love the price. It keeps them dry even at night so no mess in the morning, and they act like underwear. It's hard to keep my autistic kids clothed usually, but they don't seem to mind the pampers. They are very comfy on the kids, and they don't take them off cause of being uncomfortable. It makes it easier on me all around cause the boys think they're being big boys by wearing what they think is underwear. The best part is with my boys sensitivity an allergies I have to be careful with what I use. Pampers don't seem to irritate their sensitive skin, or kick up there allergies.
These may not be the most economical (cheap), however we use them during the day, they are soft, durable as pull ups and never leak
Fit well, catch what needs to be caught
I bought Pampers boys pull up training pants for my nephew after his mom stated she loves them and she found them to be the best. The price was better than buying the individual pack
Great product! They are NOT diapers. They are to be used like underwear. They PULL UP. And, if you are having a hard time taking them off, simply tear both sides where the normal velcro part would be on a diaper.
Absorbent and it leaves no mess. It's the only brand I'm comfortable with.
Tried Huggies Pull Ups first simply because my son was a Cars fan and they had Cars characters on their product...I was really disappointed in their Pull Ups just like I was disappointed in their diapers! Should've known better! Pampers is the only wipe/diaper/trainer product we've used from start to finish!
We have been using these to try to help in potty training my 3 year old. He likes pulling them up & down like a "big boy" but I honestly can't see that they have really helped with the potty training at all. He is still struggling & has yet to use the potty or become potty trained yet. We are definitely still working on it, though!
After trying other brands, I would have to say that "pampers easy ups" is a great product. I don't have any problems with leaks. I also like the disappearing characters on the front. For the "dirty" diapers I love that side tear away.
They worked great for my first son and I will use them again on my 2nd son when he is out of diapers!
Good fit and our toddler is able to pull them on and off by himself, which is definitely an incentive in showing him it is easy to go potty! Always recommend them to others when they ask about good diapers.
This product has an excellent fit at the legs and is very easy to pull up.
Trainers are a little over priced but they work well.
Tried pull-ups before I tried easy ups. The pull-ups did not fit my son they were too baggy and leaked all the time but once I switched to easy ups no more leaks they fit him snug he can even wear them overnight and no leaks will never buy the huggies pull-ups again
We have tried both Huggies and Pampers training pants and love pampers by far. The quality is best and Huggies brands always cause my children to have skin issues.