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Luvs With Ultra Leakguards Size 1 Diapers 264 Count
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- Leakguard Core
- Stretch Sides
- Leak Barrier Leg Gathers
- Cottony soft and fresh smelling
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Luvs diapers with Bear Hug Stretch ™ premium elastic sides and stretchy leg cuffs stretch to help stop leaks. An absorbent blue leakguard core locks away wetness and helps your baby stay dry and comfortable. Choose Luvs and say "YES" to ultra leak protection, "NO" to pricey diapers!
Size: 1 | Unit Count: 264.0
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Top Customer Reviews
Not only are Luvs the least expensive diapers I have come across, they are great quality. The thing I like about them the most is that they are very thin, especially when compared to the Kirkland diapers. They allow my baby to move freely and he does not feel so bulky. The stretchy sides are also well-constructed; they provide enough give while still having a snug fit. We have never had a leak in Luvs diapers, and we have gone through two 200+ boxes of them by now. My baby sleeps 12+ hours overnight and we have never had an accident.
One feature of Luvs worth noting; they have a powder-like scent. When I first got them I was hesitant about the smell, but I quickly got used to it. The scent is strongest when you first open the plastic package of diapers. It will dissipate a bit if you remove them from the plastic packaging and let them air out in a diaper stacker or in your changing table.
Luvs are fantastic because you can get an inexpensive diaper without sacrificing quality.
1. They're thin, yet very absorbant.
2. They're really soft and have a powdery fresh scent.
3. The elastic keeps messes in, but doesn't irritate baby's legs.
4. The "bear hug stretch" is super stretchy-similar to Cruiser's.
5. Most of all, I love that they cost about 20 cents a diaper compared to the 25 cents that Pamper's cruiser's cost per diaper.
Pampers: Awesome. Best quality for sure. But WAY TOO EXPENSIVE. About 25 cents per diaper. I have used these for my two newborns because you can't beat the Swaddlers. They are the smallest and best fitting for newborns. And I'll use them again. It's only for a few weeks anyway. But once I hit size 1 I have to switch brands.
Huggies: OK. Leak sometimes. UGLY design. Kinda stiff. Not cheap enough in price to make the poorer quality worth it. Even the huge Costco box cost more per diaper than Target brand. About 22 cents per diaper from Costco.
Target: Very good. Kinda stiff, but softer than Huggies. Almost never leak. Not as great as Pampers, but much much cheaper and good enough quality. The white trim at the edges is big and hangs out under a onesie - not cute. My brand of choice until I discovered Luvs online. Roughly 19 cents per diaper after tax.
Walmart: (White Cloud) Horrible quality, leaky constantly, stiff, ugly. Just plain awful and more expensive than Target's at 20 cents per diaper. UPDATE: These have apparently been discontinued as of March 2009. And Parent's Choice is the Walmart brand now.Read more ›
My little boy puts these things through their paces. He's a prolific pee machine, sometimes going a couple of times in short order before we know he's gone even once, filling right up with the yellow stuff. The Luvs just suck it all up and he's still a happy little boy, even with pee in his pants. No leaks, or wet spots where the diaper was squeezed out like a sponge. He's also a big time pooper, not in number of times he goes, but QUANTITY (because every one of you wants to know this, you can be satisfied now that I've shared). Every other diaper we tried, famous brands and drugstore, had blowouts. Imagine my surprise at 3am when I've got a skidmark on my freshly washed night shirt because the Pampers my kiddo was wearing couldn't handle the load. Now imagine my joy when he's had many 'Defcon 5' poo incidents while wearing Luvs and not one bit of it came out of the sides.
Are they perfect? For us they absolutely are. Will they always keep my baby's bodily fluids well-contained? You can never say never, but I will take a majority of containment over playing "What is this substance on me?" every time I'm holding my baby when he does his business. I'll get back to you as he grows - who knows what solid food adventures have in store - can the Luvs contain not only solid food excrement, but hold up to the inevitable baby stuffing things in the diaper surprises? Stay tuned. I'll update if I get a chance.
Over all, these diapers are win-win.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Luvs is the only brand of diapers I use with my children. They are the only brand that I haven't ever had problems with reactions from my kids wearing them. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
the truth is this diaper is really good for some one who wants a cheaper for my husband he like this a lot its because its cheap and also its has a good material but other people... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Angel
We had trouble finding a diaper that worked with our son because he wet through all the diapers. Luvs was the only one we found that kept him dry!! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rebecca P
I like these well enough. They are a good value and work ok for the girls. I did find they leaked more when I used them on my son. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sprinklemonkey
This was one of the brands of diapers I used for my son when he was still in diapers. This is brand quality without the cost. I never had any issues with them like some kids do. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ashley Harris