Pampers Simply Dry Nappies: A Review

Pampers Simply Dry Nappies: The Great Australian Nappy Review 2017

Thinnest Feeling Nappy Overall

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 Simply Dry//

Sizes Available: Size 4-Simply Dry Maxi (7-18kg), Size 4+ Simply Dry Maxi Plus (9-20kg), Size 5- Simply Dry Junior (11-25kg), Size 6- Simply Dry Extra Large (16+ kg)
Design: Green printed animals
Cost: 74 pack =$33.50 (.45/nappy)
Cost Per Nappy: 45 cents per nappy
Material: See manufacturer for details
Where to Buy: Pampers Nappies Australia Website
Purchase Samples Here
Features: Size indicator, Super thin, Extra-Dry Layer, size fitting fastening system^
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.

How long does it last?
During the day time it lasted alright, and during the night I needed to change baby, as it would leak through the night.

Is it good during the day time? Overnight?
Day time, it worked decently. Overnight, I wasn’t keen to use it as I had to change it a little more often as I was nervous about leaks. I had one fairly messy incident when my bub was sick and there were leaks out both legs.

What is the value like? Is it worth the cost?
They do cost fairly affordably compared with the other Pampers, but tend on the middle range of nappies for cost. These made me a little nervous with how thin they were. But, if you are looking for a thin nappy, these may be worth checking out.

Is it easy to put on and take off?
Easy to put on and take off. The tabs worked great and reliably.

Are they easy to dispose of?
Easy to dispose and secure tabs with mess inside.

Summary of the Pampers Simply Dry Nappies
Overall, these nappies contained the smells well enough, and for how thin they were, performed alright. I wasn’t impressed with the containment of a soiled nappy, as I had to change outfits a few times while trying these. The nappies are amazingly thin and have adorable characters on them. If you are looking for a nappy for a lighter wetter, or something that will control the odour, these may be ones to look into. They are thin, light, and move well with baby.

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