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Ordered these last time: These are 100% daytime diapers only. They will not last through two full pee's. It's not bad when you do a lot of changing anyways for the younger!

TL;DR from my next post: they don't hold as much as a Pampers/Huggies. Especially on a trip and you have no idea how much they've peed!

Nothing bad about that, but theyre definitely daytime only and change right away so no blowouts on a slightly used diaper.
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We bought a box of Size 3 for $10 and are currently on the last pack. The diapers do seem to fill up fast and needs to be changed often. I do not think they are worth $25. Below is the summary of our last order of size 3.

Item(s) Subtotal:$31.99
Shipping & Handling:$0.00
Subscribe & Save:-$6.40
Your Coupon Savings:-$16.00
Total before tax:$9.59
Estimated tax to be collected:$0.67
Gift Card Amount:-$10.26
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This deal has been going on since at least Sunday
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19 cents per diaper for size 5 is a great deal. Thanks for posting.
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Ordered these last time: These are 100% daytime diapers only. They will not last through two full pee's. It's not bad when you do a lot of changing anyways for the younger!
I usually change my child once he goes potty. I don't let him walk around with a dirty diaper. These are nice because they have the blue line on the front to tell me if he's used the potty. I feel like the larger sizes are better- when he was smaller I would use specific "night time" diapers for him at night but he's seems to have grown out of that - maybe because he is getting close to potty training
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We bought a box of Size 3 for $10 and are currently on the last pack. The diapers do seem to fill up fast and needs to be changed often. I do not think they are worth $25. Below is the summary of our last order of size 3.

Item(s) Subtotal:$31.99
Shipping & Handling:$0.00
Subscribe & Save:-$6.40
Your Coupon Savings:-$16.00
Total before tax:$9.59
Estimated tax to be collected:$0.67
Gift Card Amount:-$10.26
I change my son whenever he uses his diaper. These have been perfect for us!
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I usually change my child once he goes potty. I don't let him walk around with a dirty diaper. These are nice because they have the blue line on the front to tell me if he's used the potty. I feel like the larger sizes are better- when he was smaller I would use specific "night time" diapers for him at night but he's seems to have grown out of that - maybe because he is getting close to potty training
I'm sorry, I should have worded better. I don't let my 3mo sit in a diaper either, but she had done a small pee right before leaving for trip (15 min), and after a second, full one once we got there in same diaper it was not going to hold anything else. A pampers/Huggies wouldn't be on a verge of collapse if there was also a poop in the same timeframe, but these would have leaked if so!

TL; DR - They don't hold as much as a Huggies/pampers and these would blow out if it tried to hold as much as them.
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I'm sorry, I should have worded better. I don't let my 3mo sit in a diaper either, but she had done a small pee right before leaving for trip (15 min), and after a second, full one once we got there in same diaper it was not going to hold anything else. A pampers/Huggies wouldn't be on a verge of collapse if there was also a poop in the same timeframe, but these would have leaked if so!

TL; DR - They don't hold as much as a Huggies/pampers and these would blow out if it tried to hold as much as them.
I'm not really so sure there is a huge difference- mama bear diapers are made by Kimberly Clark. Huggies are my go to diaper- also made by Kimberly Clark. When my son was younger he was a super soaker at night-which I used night time diapers so he stayed comfortable and dry. But during the day- I saw no difference and these were a great half price stand in. I suppose it's possible that Kimberly Clark uses slightly less absorbent cellulose in these but even so, I change frequently so these are perfect. (We are in the paper and pulp industry so I'm pretty familiar with the manufacturers)
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I'm not really so sure there is a huge difference- mama bear diapers are made by Kimberly Clark. Huggies are my go to diaper- also made by Kimberly Clark. When my son was younger he was a super soaker at night-which I used night time diapers so he stayed comfortable and dry. But during the day- I saw no difference and these were a great half price stand in. I suppose it's possible that Kimberly Clark uses slightly less absorbent cellulose in these but even so, I change frequently so these are perfect. (We are in the paper and pulp industry so I'm pretty familiar with the manufacturers)
You might know about the industry, but nothing beats when you use a whole box of them, and find them to not be comparable to Huggies. They are more comparable to Up & Up, as far as what they'll hold from my experience. I wouldn't trust these for a trip in the car or to go out for errands, but they're alright for use at home, when I can more regularly monitor diaper status.
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I'm not really so sure there is a huge difference- mama bear diapers are made by Kimberly Clark. Huggies are my go to diaper- also made by Kimberly Clark. When my son was younger he was a super soaker at night-which I used night time diapers so he stayed comfortable and dry. But during the day- I saw no difference and these were a great half price stand in. I suppose it's possible that Kimberly Clark uses slightly less absorbent cellulose in these but even so, I change frequently so these are perfect. (We are in the paper and pulp industry so I'm pretty familiar with the manufacturers)
Just like how Smiling Helen replied to you: It's exactly that, less absorbing and thinner overall. I used pampers, these and Huggies one right after the other, and there is a BIG difference. If you change right away, it doesn't matter what you use. If you need a diaper because you're not home (especially trying to avoid changing because in public with Covid) you will want brand name. I've used Luvs, Huggies, Up and Up, Pampers, Seventh Gen, Earth's Best, Meijer Costco AND these over the course of 7 years, and these are on par with thinness of store brand/Meijers. They are not the best and back to main point, day diapers only! Definitely not trustworthy for a blowout away from home and unknown in the carseat.
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I got a refund on the last one I bought but I won't even use the left over diapers because I've had so many blow outs
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I usually change my child once he goes potty. I don't let him walk around with a dirty diaper. These are nice because they have the blue line on the front to tell me if he's used the potty. I feel like the larger sizes are better- when he was smaller I would use specific "night time" diapers for him at night but he's seems to have grown out of that - maybe because he is getting close to potty training
We're all adults here, no need to use the word potty.
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You might know about the industry, but nothing beats when you use a whole box of them, and find them to not be comparable to Huggies. They are more comparable to Up & Up, as far as what they'll hold from my experience. I wouldn't trust these for a trip in the car or to go out for errands, but they're alright for use at home, when I can more regularly monitor diaper status.
Maybe your child has much larger Bm's than my child. Or your brand allegiance maybe has you a little bit blinded by the fact the manufacturing process is the same between the two diapers. The only possible difference would be more cellulose absorbing gel. Otherwise supplier and supply chain is identical. But we have also used up and up with no issues. Actually the only diapers ive used which I've had problems with are Luvs and they are by proctor and gamble
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