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Baby Trend Diaper Champ Deluxe, Blue

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  • Plastic
  • Imported
  • Large capacity holds up to 30 diapers
  • They are odorless and easy to use
  • No assembly required
  • Perfect for a stinky diaper
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Product Information

Color: Blue
Technical Details
Item Weight6.3 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 14.5 x 21.6 inches
UPC090014012120 090014011680
Item model numberDC50500K
Number of items1
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Best Sellers Rank #3,113 in Baby (See top 100)
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Product Description

Color: Blue

Product Description

Baby Trend Diaper Champ Deluxe - Blue

  • Easy to use
  • Large capacity holds up to 30 diapers
  • Use the Diaper Champ Refill for maximum odor control or use any 13 gallon trash bag
  • No assembly required
  • Odorless


From the Manufacturer

This baby trend diaper champ deluxe is odorless and easy to use. Large capacity holds up to 30 diapers. Use diaper champ refill for maximum odor control or use any 13 gallon trash bag. No assembly required.

Customer Reviews

Don't make the same mistake - buy something different!
Miriam Turner
After each diaper change, every time you flip the lid you let out stink from inside the rotting pail and the entire room smells like poop.
N. West
Even with only a couple diapers in the thing, the odors do escape enough to make me uncomfortable (I don't like the smell of poop).
John Curtis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

253 of 261 people found the following review helpful By Ohio5770 on April 7, 2011
Color Name: Pink
I think it's a great product. Doesn't require batteries or special bags.

Does however require some common sense, which as we know is not all that common. If you fold up the used diaper - with the wipes inside, you reduce the smell and can fit more diapers in the pail. I have twin girls and with all of those diapers I change the pail 2x a week.

The people complaining about changing the bag out remind me of the actors on infomercials who can't use a colander or are attacked by vegetable peelers.

Seriously people.
1)A bag of used diapers taken out of the pail is in fact smelly, it is full of pee and poo.
2)Half a kitchen bag full of dirty diapers already weighs about 15-20 lbs, I'm glad the whole bag isn't used!

This product is excellent for low maintenance people possessing common sense. All others should get a diaper genie.

Update 9/30/12
Still using this diaper pail, now being used for two 20 month olds and a 6 month old. That's a lot of diapers. I would still recommend it. While the pail is closed, it's great at keeping diaper stink isolated. But opening it releases a wave of stink into the room. I can't really complain though. I'm sure I don't clean it enough, so I'm glad it can still keep the room from stinking constantly. One of my better baby purchases.
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347 of 392 people found the following review helpful By T. Haggas on November 10, 2009
Color Name: Blue
To the makers of the new Diaper Champ:

I am very disappointed in the new Diaper Champ. We had one of the older Diaper Champs for our first son and we loved it. When anyone mentioned Diaper Genie, we quickly steered them towards your product. "Don't get stuck buying up their expensive cartridges," we'd say. Not anymore. If it was just one flaw, I could handle it, but you have re-designed the DC to the point of uselessness.

First, it's much shorter. I'm not a tall guy, so I can only imagine how frustrating this is for taller people. I want to stay as close to my daughter when she's on the changing table, bending over just gets me that much further from her. Plus, I'm an adult. Bending over gets tougher each year. Every time I toss out a diaper, I'm reminded that next time, will be a little more uncomfortable.

Secondly, it's smaller. Your claim that it allows for less odors to escape is ridiculous. Of course it's going to smell less, because I'm changing the bag in it every other day. So much for saving money in these difficult times.

Thirdly, did anyone actually open the Champ and try replacing a bag before you shipped it off? It is top heavy and ridiculously off-balance. If the Diaper Champ is open, it will not stand up. How does a fact like this get past your development team? Do your engineers have children? I have banged-up walls and stubbed toes because of this ridiculous and unnecessary "upgrade."

I don't know why you felt the need to upgrade a fine product. Yes, it's true, scraping my knuckles every time I opened the old Champ was not a pleasant experience. I do like the "button" option on the new one, though getting a bag in and out of the Champ is like some kind of Chinese Chin-Ning Chu mind game.
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70 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Callahan on October 31, 2009
Color Name: Blue
We used to own the larger, original Diaper Champ and loved it. It held a lot and didn't stink, but we tossed it after our first child during a move. I couldn't find it at any local stores when our second baby came along, so I assumed this one replaced it and bought it. I wish I knew how bad it was (or that they still make the other one). The first problem you are faced with is just how small it is, it only uses about half the capacity of a tall kitchen trash bag, and seems to fill up just in a few short days. The second problem is that it doesn't really seal all that well, so there is always a gentle odor in the room. The third problem is that there is no plunger like in the original (which I think it was caused it to seal better) so there is no weighted push to the diaper, so if it doesn't slide gently into the bag, you have to shake the whole thing, kick it a few times, and then slam it against the ground to clear the diaper in order to be able to open it again. Try all that with a squirmy kid.

Finally, and this is a BIG one, the darned thing "burps" when you turn the handle to put in a diaper. It's not a pleasant situation. The burp is stale diaper gas that has been sitting in the Champ. I'm not sure what's causing it, probably something with how the seals are designed, or chute the diaper goes down, but this thing will instantly make the back half of my house reek with the addition of just one diaper. It's awful, I don't drop one it until we are completely done changing, then I throw the diaper in and we run out of the room. It actually makes me gag, it's worse than the smell of the fresh diaper.

I'm ordering the original today, and I'll just take the diapers out to the trashcans one by one instead of using this foulness again.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Dyer on April 26, 2010
This thing does have some problems. On ours the handle pops off a lot. The thing gets jammed a good bit. I find that we have to empty it every 12-16 newborn diapers or it starts jamming and the handle starts coming off. And as many have noted, it's very top heavy and because of this it's difficult to change the bag.

Here's the worst part: We needed another one for downstairs, and I said the heck with it and jumped on Craigslist. In two minutes I found an older one for $10. This is the one that is selling on Amazon for $120, and it is a BEAST. Very tall, never jams, doesn't fall over, rock solid. It's the older model with the piston in the center. You drop in the dirty diaper and flip the handle back to front. Then you drop in another diaper and flip the handle front to back. No problems, no mess. If you can find one on CL or if you're willing to pay the extra cash, the older ones rock.

If you have to go with this guy, you can cut down on a bunch of your problems by emptying it every other day. That really helps. It's also a good idea to get a big Ziploc freezer bag full of gravel and drop it in the bottom of the thing before you put the bag in. That gives it a lot of bottom weight, doesn't take up too much space, and eliminates the tipping.
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