Pampers Baby Dry Nappies: A Review

Pampers Baby Dry: The Great Australian Nappy Review 2017

Cutest Character Designs

Disclosure: We were provided these nappies to trial in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are our own. Each nappy brand has been trialled for four days to treat each brand consistently. This post contains affiliate links, which mean qualifying purchase may earn me comission at no extra cost to you. I encourage you to use them, as it means I can keep bringing you posts like this.

//About Pampers Baby Dry Nappies//

Sizes Available: Size 2-Baby Dry Mini (3-6kg), Size 3-Baby Dry Midi (5-9kg), Size 4-Baby Dry Maxi (8-16kg), Size 4+ Baby Dry Maxi Plus (8-18kg), Size 5-Baby Dry Junior (11-25kg), Size 6- Baby Dry XL (15+ kg), Size 6+ Baby Dry XL Plus (16+ kg)
Design: Various colourful animal characters with Pampers logo
Cost: Pampers, 120 pack= $56.00 (.46/nappy)
Cost Per Nappy: 46 cents per nappy
Material: See manufacturer for details
Where to Buy: Pampers Nappies Australia Website
Purchase Samples Available Here
Features: Double Dry-Zones (a soft absorbing layer and a core that locks in wetness for up to 12 hours of dryness), Soft, Stretchy Sides, Sizefitting Fastening System, Extra Sleep Layer, Baby Guard prevents leaks, Colourful characters, Improved Extra Sleep Layer keeps wetness away from baby’s skin, New Baby Dry nappies give up to 12 hours of overnight dryness, Baby Dry nappies have Easy Tear sides, Flexible Tabs expand and contract with your baby, New Baby Dry nappies flex for a snug and comfortable fit^
Other Products: Nappies, Wipes, Change Mats, Bed Mats, Pull Up Pants, Underjams, Gift Vouchers, and sample packs

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Review: Mummy Confessions (See Mumma Morrison's review here)
For each of the nappies in this review, both Amanda and Fi trialled them with their sons (for their profiles and an idea of how the nappies sat with each child, read Amanda’s Profile HERE)

How does it fit?
The fit was good and everything seemed to fit ok. It was very thin and moved with baby well. I was a bit hesitant because of the slimness of the nappy, but it did seem to stay up and keep up with baby.

How long does it last?
This nappy lasted well for daytimes, and did well at overnight as well. WThis lasted the normal time between changes for me (about 4 hours or so) and overnight.

Is it good during the daytime and overnight?
It was great during the day time and lasted overnight decently well. I was surprised by the performance, as it was the cheapest of the Pampers range.

What is the value like? Is it worth the cost?
The value is average, and it ranges on the lower cost compared with other nappies. Its worth a try if you are looking for a decent performing thin nappy with cute designs.

Is it easy to put on and take off?
It was easy to put on and take off and I had no issues with the tabs in the use either. Very simple to use.

Are they easy to dispose of?
Yes, they are easy to dispose of, and the tabs hold well to contain the mess and wipes inside.

Summary of the Pampers Baby Dry Nappies
I was pleasantly surprised that the cheapest Pampers in the range did so well, because the nappy is thin and didn’t seem reinforced well enough at the back. I was happy to pack these on my snow trip to try out, and they did very well both during daytime for my heavy wetter as well as overnights. I tended to change them overnight, but when I didn’t there weren’t any issues with leaks. I did have one soiled leak at the legs, but this tends to be normal for my baby. For the cost, they are definitely worth sampling if you are after a thin, cheaper, yet decently performing nappy for your baby.

^sourced from Pampersnappies.com.au

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