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AdvantagesThin, abosrbent, does a great job, no leaks

DisadvantagesQuite Expensive

...the size of the nappy, the colours are dark green for mini (2)orange for midi (3), red for maxi (4), purple for maxi+ (4+), blue for junior (5), dark blue for Junior+ (5++) and green for extra large (6). The baby dry logo is also located underneath the Pampers name in a maroor coloured setting, with yellow writing. There are 2 logos for the latest additions to the Pampers Baby Dry range. The older...

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“Dry nappies for babies”

published 14/02/2011

Advantagessoft, work well


...result in lots of accidents which can be avoided. Pampers packet The Pampers Simply Dry packet is bright orange, there is no escaping from this when you look for it on the shelf at the supermarket, it definitely jumps off the shelf at you which is probably the reason why we bought it as we saw they were they right size for Baby b and decided to give them a go. The packet is plastic which...

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Not for me

“'Baby Dry' is a lie!”

published 19/05/2013

AdvantagesNone at all

DisadvantagesNot absorbent, don't contain smells

...My daughter wore cloth nappies until she was just over one and then we made the switch to disposables. We tried a number of brands and preferred a Sainsbury's brand style of nappy, but as we don't have a Sainsbury's local to us we often end up buying these Pampers 'Baby Dry' nappies from the local Tesco store. These nappies are, without a doubt, the worst we have used on our daughter...

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