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Ubbi Steel Diaper Pail in White

by Ubbi
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List Price: $89.99
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  • Made of powder-coated steel that does not absorb odors
  • No special bag required - fits standard kitcken bags (saves $$$)
  • Sleek and modern looking, customizable with decals
  • Simple, safe, convenient, economical
  • As seen on The Ellen Degeners Show!
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Ubbi Steel Diaper Pail in White + Ubbi Biodegradable Plastic Bags (box of 25)
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Product Information

Color: White
Technical Details
Item Weight7 pounds
Product Dimensions23 x 11 x 15 inches
OriginMade in USA
Item model number10000
Material TypeMetal
Best usesDiaper pail
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Best Sellers Rank #2,504 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight16.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Color: White

The eco-friendly Ubbi Diaper Pail is the stylish solution for getting rid of used diapers. Made of powder-coated steel, the durable Ubbi Diaper Pail keeps odors contained with its strong rubber seals and has childproof safety locks to prevent any unwanted messes. Plus, you can use your normal kitchen trash bags (sold separately) with the Ubbi Diaper Pail.

Features & Benefits:

  • Compatible with standard kitchen trash bags to save $$$
  • Powder-coated steel that does not absorb odors
  • Strong rubber seals keeps odors contained with diaper pail
  • Childproof safety locks prevents unwanted messes
  • Eco-friendly can be used with reusable diapers
  • Stylish solution for disposing used diapers
  • Easy to load, use, empty & clean
  • Safe, convenient and economical
  • Innovative sliding lid to reduce air disruption

Think about it: we put diapers in plastic containers that absorb, rather than contain all of those nasty diaper smells. Ubbi doesn't do that. Unlike other diaper pails, this one is made of powder-coated steel and has rubber seals to keep those smells in the can instead of spreading it around the room.

Cloth diapers: Ubbi is the only diaper pail in the market that can be loaded with a wet bag for reusable diapers.

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Customer Reviews

Also, the choice of colors is very nice.
It is also does a great job of keeping the smell of the diapers contained.
Mytee Garcia
When you put a dirty diaper in you can smell the entire pail.

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223 of 228 people found the following review helpful By RogueMama on January 30, 2013
Color Name: Ivory Verified Purchase
I think the idea of making a stainless steel pail is great! Not only is it easy to clean but the smell is well contained. I can even use my cloth diaper bag with this pail which was a major selling point for us! Cost is more than we wanted to spend, however it has proved to be worth it. Another plus, Amazon's shipping was super fast, especially considering the size of the thing!

*In response to all the Negative Nellies out there...this product does not have magical properties. Of course it's going to smell when you open it, it's been holding dirty diapers! What matters is if it contains the smell when it's closed, which it DOES. (And which plastic ones do NOT.) Additionally, this is not a Mary Poppins bag! It's not bottomless, and it requires to be emptied on a REGULAR basis. Quit being lazy and empty your can before it gets so full you have to rip it out. These are NOT PRODUCT FAILURES, or reasons to mark a product down, deterring other people from having a great product, these are your own problems. If you are expecting magic in the real world, you have bigger issues than what to do with stinky poo.

*Also, to help those of you claiming to have trouble with opening the sliding door...you must apply gentle downward pressure, THEN slide it open. With one hand, it works perfect every time.

*This is coming from a mom of two, one who is no longer in diapers and the other a toddler with stinky boy poo. And who has previously owned plastic diaper pails that were less than satisfactory in the smell and clean departments. I hope this helps the sensible people out there.
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66 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Karin on April 17, 2013
Color Name: White
I have 10 month old twins - We have had the pail for 10 months and it is getting 'double usage'! I am happy with the size, the fact that you can use your own bags, and the lack of smell (unless it has just been opened - which of course, it will smell). But please be careful with 2 things: 1) the plastic piece that holds the bag in place broke at the hinge - the hinge does not stay in place now. I don't know when it broke, if it was rough handling when taking out a 'too full bag', or if it was just made improperly; and 2) the circular rubber gasket going around the edge slowly started to come off. I tried pushing it back in place, but after a couple of weeks the whole thing just came off. Luckily, it doesn't seem to make that much of a difference. I just wish someone had told me to be careful with the plastic piece holding the bag in place... (or I wish that Ubbi would make a more solid hinge...)

UPDATE: I am loving Ubbi's customer service! They saw the issue here on this post, and just sent me a reply telling me that I can email them requesting a newer/stronger plastic bag holder. And apparently there is a video to show you how to put the gasket back in place. I am changing my rating from 4 stars to 5. Thank you Ubbi!!!!!!

UPDATE: My twins are now 18 months old and the pail looks and functions the same as it did the day we bought it! This is a great pail! (Again, it smells when it is open - but when it is closed we don't smell a thing.) We have no regrets spending the extra money on it - 18 months of double usage and still going strong!
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52 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Will S on July 5, 2012
Color Name: White
I was worried about spending the extra money for this pail after reading the 1 star review, but I couldn't bear the smell from our plastic pail any longer so I figured it was worth a try. It was either this or I would have to run downstairs to the trash every time I changed a diaper.

Also I read about the money savings buying regular kitchen trash bags vs. the bags I was having to buy now (which by the way are ridiculously expensive. On Amazon 30 bags cost 16-20 bucks but we're buying 50 Glad scented kitchen bags for 9 bucks. So in the end the Ubbi will probably save us money?). I also thought about buying a steel trash can but I looked on Amazon and a decent one cost about 50 bucks and none of these have the rubber seals that the Ubbi claimed to hold in the stink.

Anyways to the part you care about, we're 4 weeks in now with the Ubbi and all is well in poopville. My daughter's room no longer has a lingering port-a-potty stench and I'm not running up and down the stairs all day long.

I think I understand why the person who gave it 1 star was complaining, it's true that the pail does stink when you open the sliding door to put a diaper in but it's no worse that the pail we had before (which actually I thought was worse because we got the stink and I had to push the diaper in through a tight hole which was disgusting with the messing poops. You know what I mean when you get it on the finger tips, ugh). Also, I've got the thing down to a science. I wrap the poop in the diaper and make as tight of a ball as possible. Sit it on the top of the Ubbi pail until I'm completely done changing my daughter. Then after I'm completely done I set my daughter down take the diaper and quickly slide open the lid, drop the diaper and slide it closed.
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52 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Clara Barnes on October 28, 2012
Color Name: White
After our Diaper Genie broke, I really wanted a diaper pail that took regular trash bags, and that contained the poopy diaper smell better. Overall, this is a so-so diaper pail. It looks nice. But like other reviewers have mentioned, if the trash bag is too full, it will snag on the inner lip of the pail. This hasn't been a real problem for me. My major problem with this diaper pail is that it doesn't contain the smell of soiled diapers very well at all- poopy or just urine-soiled. For $79, I was expecting this to work a lot better than it does. I have to change the bag every other day just to keep the smell from becoming totally overwhelming. Also as others have mentioned, the stink is very potent when you first open the top of the pail to drop in a diaper. Unfortunately, the smell definitely lingers after the top is closed. I close the top as fast as possible, too, and the smell still escapes. And the can itself does absorb odor, or at least mine does. The empty diaper pail reeks of soiled diapers for quite awhile after I take out the bag.

I wish I had better things to say about this diaper pail, but alas I do not. I honestly think the Diaper Genie was better at containing the smell. And I didn't have to change the bag as frequently. A regular trash can would work just as well as this diaper pail. I've had this pail for several months now, too, and have tried everything to keep the smell at bay. I may just have to change the bag every day or multiple times a day, but then am I really saving money on bags???

Oh, and your toddler can definitely open this pail and get to the dirty diapers. The top opening on the lid does lock, but there is no lock for the actually lid, which you have to lift up to remove the bag.
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