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The unique AIR-TITE system of the Diaper Genie II Advanced Disposal System has a seven-layer barrier film that has been proven best in odor control. Plus the Diaper Genie II system is incredibly easy to use with its one-hand operation; and since the diaper never touches the pail, there's one less thing to clean. Giftwrap not available for this item.
The Diaper Genie Essentials Pail features the AIR-TITE system with multilayer refill film and Push-N-Lock clamp to help keep odors and germs in the pail so your nursery stays smelling fresh. It's designed to be easy to use with one hand, and emptying the pail is easy too with the built-in child-proof cutter. The pail fits up to 34 diapers at one time and the refill cassette holds up to 270 newborn diapers.
Diaper Genie Essentials holds up to 34 diapers. View larger.
A multilayer odor barrier film technology helps seal away odors. View larger.
The Diaper Genie Essentials Diaper Pail features the AIR-TITE system, a multilayer odor barrier film technology, and a Push-N-Lock clamp that helps seal in odors each time you drop in a diaper, keeping your house smelling fresh and clean.
The Essentials Diaper Pail makes it simple to dispose of dirty diapers with one hand--just lift the lid and insert the diaper completely through the clamp. For convenience, the Diaper Genie Essentials Pail holds up to 34 diapers at one time. It even allows you to dispose of toddler-size pull-up training pants.
The Diaper Genie Refill is designed so that dirty diapers only touch the refill film and not the pail, allowing the pail to stay clean with no mess. One Diaper Genie Refill can hold up to 270 newborn diapers, and a red indicator line on the bag lets you know when you need to replace the refill.
The Diaper Genie Essentials Diaper Pail comes fully assembled with no need for any tools. For disposal of diapers when the pail is full, simply press the button on the front to open the unit, cut the film with the built-in childproof cutter, and tie a knot at the top before throwing away the bag. Pull the refill bag to the full length of the Diaper Pail, tie a knot at the bottom, and close the pail back in place.
Diaper Genie products feature technology to help prevent odors and germs from overtaking your nursery. Diaper disposal is easy and mess free with Diaper Genie Diaper Pail and Refill.
Diaper Genie Essentials Diaper Pail and Diaper Genie Refill.
Easy to use design for one-handed operation. View larger.
I purchased this as a gift for a friend. It saves the day, everyday! They thank me for it all the time.Published on August 12, 2013 by Grandma Joan
This product came quickly and in great packaging. I used this with my first child and now I am having twins and know that it will work great!Published on May 28, 2013 by shawnjill
I bought it and use ist for about a month. I have never been a parent who uses these. I prefer to take diaper to dumpster right away.Published on March 16, 2013 by Rob
Life saver! The baby room doesn't smell, it's easy to operate, the refill bags are cheap enough and it's the perfect size.Published on January 2, 2013 by Thais Malon
really kept the smell away. And I felt it was worth buying the special bags to go inside. Makes new mom life lots easier!Published on December 27, 2012 by Kristin M. Davenport
I have 2 children and 2 Diaper Genies. I love the ease and containment of these- my 19 month old toddler can open the lid, but is not able to dump dirty diapers all over the house... Read morePublished on December 8, 2012 by Amazon Customer
I am using this for an aging parent who has an incontinence problem. With all the baby boomers coming of a certain age, this would be a great marketing tool for Platex. Read morePublished on November 15, 2012 by Enid L. Munk
I used the diaper genie 10 years ago when my kids were babies and I loved it. I bought it again this year when we had another baby. The first one we had broke within weeks. Read morePublished on October 17, 2012 by Heidi