Pampers Baby Dry Diapers Size 4 Economy Pack Plus 180 Count

January 11, 2014 - Comment

Up to 12 hours of overnight protection! With Pampers Baby Dry diapers, your baby can get up to 12 hours of overnight protection, which helps him get the uninterrupted sleep he needs for a great morning. Plus, Baby Dry has 3 layers of absorbency versus only 2 in an ordinary diaper. And with a wide

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Up to 12 hours of overnight protection! With Pampers Baby Dry diapers, your baby can get up to 12 hours of overnight protection, which helps him get the uninterrupted sleep he needs for a great morning. Plus, Baby Dry has 3 layers of absorbency versus only 2 in an ordinary diaper. And with a wide UltraAbsorb layer, Baby Dry offers outstanding leakage protection and flexes for a snug, comfortable fit. Pampers Baby Dry diapers are available in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Product Features

  • Up to 12 hours of overnight protection.
  • 3 layers of protection versus only 2 in an ordinary diaper.
  • Wide UltraAbsorb layer for outstanding leakage protection.
  • Flexible for a snug and comfortable fit.
  • Sesame Street characters on every diaper.
  • Earn Pampers Rewards points with every Pampers purchase.

Comments

Anonymous says:

We don’t write reviews too often, and when we o, we mostly choose to write them when something is particularly great.However, now and then, something is bad enough to make time to express that towards other buyers as well, and as much as I hate to say it, with our last purchase, that’s the case… :(Unfortunately we have to side with many other costumers who rated the new & improved version very low – we are incredibly disappointed.I myself was a ‘pampers baby’, and our son has been since he was 6 months old… he is now 22 months and we used a size 4… and we loved the brand. Devoted buyers we were, as it was the only diaper our son wouldn’t leak thru regularly, especially overnight.We live in the desert, and we drink a lot of fluids.. hence, they fill up quickly, and we go thru a lot of them…What’s changed, that disappointed us? For one, there are there over a dozen less per box now. Not a huge deal, but it all adds up in the end…

Anonymous says:

I am noticing everywhere that Pampers and Luvs are downsizing all of their boxes. Some of them are BIG downsizes too. For example, I just bought a box of Pampers Cruisers because they were on sale, and I got the last old box of of size 4, 148 count. The rest available at the store were all the new size 4, 136 count for $40. Really? That is absolutely ridiculous. This Baby Dry box of size 4 used to be available in 192 count, (which is still available on Amazon but not for subscribe & save) and is now only available in 180 count. Why, Pampers? The same goes for every line of diapers that Pampers makes. I WAS a loyal Pampers fan in the beginning, with my son because I loved the ultra soft Swaddlers but not anymore. I can understand if the company was spending more on the product, and making a higher quality one, but from what I can tell, these diapers are the same quality as the old ones for MORE money. After comparing these and Huggies Snug & Dry; Huggies is a better quality diaper…

Anonymous says:

Dear Pampers PR: If there’s more material in your “upgraded” diapers, which is why you reduced the number in the box, why is the listed weight for the size 6 box now 10.3 pounds (for 128), while the weight on the previous size 6 box was 11.7 pounds (for 140)? (Thank you google cache of amazon’s web listing!) That’s a big downgrade — each diaper (now with _more_ absorbing material) now weighs _less_ than before! Thank you, the maths! (Looking forward to the spin on that!)Also, please, in a little bubble under this review, please tell me that while I’m upset that you (and Amazon after it bought Diapers.com, eliminating the competition for affordable diapers) are essentially raising prices, that you’ll pass along my comments to “the team.” And that you sincerely hope I’ll continue to, blah, blah, blah. I will then take your answer, print it, crumple it, and wrap it in a pamper. Now that they’re even more absorbent, it may even hold your response without any leakage. So go…

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