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Pampers Swaddlers Diapers Big Pack Size Newborn 84 Count

4.4 out of 5 stars 490 customer reviews

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About the Product
  • Pampers Swaddlers blanket-like softness wraps babies in comfort and security
  • Color-changing wetness indicator (Pampers Swaddlers diapers size newborn only)
  • Umbilical cord notch (Pampers Swaddlers diapers sizes preemie and newborn)
  • Pampers Swaddlers diapers are the #1 choice of hospitals (based on sales data)
  • Soft stretchy sides and overlapping fasteners give infants a flexible fit

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Product Description

Size: Newborn | Unit Count: 84

Product Description

Every little miracle deserves to be protected! Wrap your newborn in comfort and security with Pampers Swaddlers diapers. With blanket-like softness, an umbilical-cord notch (on sizes preemie and newborn), and a color-changing wetness indicator (on size newborn and 1), Pampers Swaddlers help keep your baby comfortable and dry. Choose the #1 choice of hospitals*: Pampers Swaddlers diapers. Legal: *based on sales data. 2011 P&G.

From the Manufacturer

#1 Choice of Hospitals* *Based on Swaddlers sales data
1. Wetness Indicator, 2. Overlapping fastening/Small Baby Regular fastening/Bigger Baby, 3. Soft stretchy sides, 4. Umbilical Cord Notch (Sizes preemie and newborn), 4. Specifically designed to absorb soft messes, 6. Breathable and Cottony-soft. Works great with Sensitive Wipes

Product Details

Size: Newborn | Unit Count: 84
  • Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 12.8 x 7.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00347AGFK
  • UPC: 037000285380
  • Item model number: 037000285380
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (490 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,924 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Size: 2Unit Count: 84 Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Note: This is an old review and Pampers has dropped the "Dry Max" branding, but the "Swaddlers" and "Cruisers" line use an updated version of the "Dry Max" formulation and construction (adjusted for the age of the baby the product is targeted for).

If you read down the list of reviews, you will find two basic camps: "I love this diaper" or "It gave my baby a terrible rash". Now this seems true of just about any diaper, but the reaction against the new "Dry Max" pampers has been particularly vocal. So the question any parent would naturally ask is: will this diaper give my baby a rash? My answer: Well... maybe.

First of a bit about diapers: To over simplify a little, diapers keep your baby dry using two things: "SAPs" or Super-absorbent polymers and Cellulose (made from wood pulp). There are some other materials in the diaper, but the real work is being done by these two ingredients. Cellulose can hold a limited amount of water when under pressure (i.e. a baby sitting or lying in a wet diaper will apply pressure to part of it) so SAPs are brought in to provide a more absorbent and stable moisture trap.

Now a little diaper history: the two main diaper manufactures are Proctor and Gamble (Pampers and Luvs) and Kimberly Clark (Huggies). Kimberly Clark is a paper and wood products company and they brought their considerable expertise to the table when they created the successful "Huggies" line of diapers. Proctor and Gamble countered by leveraging its extensive chemical portfolio and began a long drive to improve their SAPs which allowed them to use less cellulose and make thinner diapers than Huggies. Huggies do use SAPs, but they are less advanced than what P&G has brought to the market.
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Size: 1-2Unit Count: 84
I have just finished my diaper trial period with my 6 week old son. I tried Pampers Swaddler's Dry Max, the old Pampers Swaddler's, Huggies and Up and Up, all in size 1. My son is long and lean. He is breastfed, and has a large BM every 2-3 days. This is important when choosing a diaper. He does not have sensitive skin.

Pamper's - I see little difference in dryness between the new and the old diapers. The old Swaddler's had the wetness indicator, but the new ones are very firm when wet. I prefer this, because I do not need to unbutton his pants to see the wetness indicator, but my husband prefers the stripe. When he has a BM, both old and new Pampers leak around the legs approximately 50% of the time. Neither one leaks urine, but both must be changed every 2 hours or so. I think the Dry Max version is slightly better with urine. They are cut rather large around the legs, which isn't great for his chicken butt.

Up and Up (Target) - Good diaper for the price. My go to diaper when we're home, but I don't entirely trust them when we're out. Again, the diaper is cut large around the leg openings, and leak during a BM about 50% of the time. No wetness indicator on the size 1, but diaper becomes firm when wet. Diapers slightly better than Pampers for urine. Not as soft at Pampers, but the baby doesn't seem to mind. A little difficult to put on. My mother won't use them because she finds them too stiff. Diaper tends to bunch up in the front when it is wet. He looks like he could lose his diaper when he's wet.

Huggies l'il Snugglers - This is my diaper of choice. Diapers are cut trimmer, which is great for a leaner child. If your child is chubby, this diaper is probably not for you. Diapers are soft inside and out - about on par with the new Pampers.
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Size: 1Unit Count: 92
Edit (12/4/10): When writing the original review, I should have mentioned that Swaddlers did not always have the DryMax technology. This review was based on comparing the DryMax to the original Swaddlers. The original Swaddlers had a color indicator on the front of Size 1 diapers, which was great for new parents - even though the DryMax does poof out when the baby wets the diaper. The original diapers also had a much softer powder scent. We are currently going back and forth between Pampers Cruisers Dry Max Diapers, Size 4, 140-Count and Pampers Baby Dry Diapers, Size 4 (22-37 Lbs), Economy Plus Pack, 176 Diapers (Packaging May Vary) (the kid grew!). I am still not a fan of the odor associated with DryMax (Baby Dry does not have it), but they certainly are thinner. Ultimately, we ask ourselves - do they leak? do they smell weird? does it cause rash? Unfortunately the DryMax seems to always be a yes to the last two questions.

Original review: My husband and I purchased the Swaddlers to use with our newborn (born March 1 of this year) and were quite pleased until they changed to the DryMax. There is no longer a color-indicator for wetness, they smell horrible, and worst of all our son becomes absolutely miserable the moment he wets the diaper. We certainly don't want our child sitting around in a wet diaper, but when you purchase more expensive diapers you expect your child to be comfortable in them.

If they don't at least offer the old version again, we will not continue to use Pampers. It's a shame because it was such a great diaper!
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