Pampers Baby Dry: The Great Australian Nappy Review 2017

Pampers Baby Dry Nappies

Pampers Baby Dry Nappies – The Most Surprising Nappy!

Disclosure: We were provided witht the Pampers Baby Dry Nappies to trial in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are our own. Each nappy brand has been trialled for four days to treat each brand consistently.

About Pampers Baby Dry Nappies:

Sizes Available: Size 2-Baby Dry Mini (3-6kg), Size 3-Baby Dry Midi (5-9kg), Size 4-Baby Dry Maxi (8-16kg), Size 4+ Baby Dry Maxi Plus (8-18kg), Size 5-Baby Dry Junior (11-25kg), Size 6- Baby Dry XL (15+ kg), Size 6+ Baby Dry XL Plus (16+ kg)

Design: Animals in cars design, mostly blues and greens

Cost for Baby Dry Nappies: 120 pack= $56.00 (.46/nappy)

Cost Per Nappy: 46 cents per nappy

Material: Information Available on the Website

Where to Buy: From the website HERE

Buy a Sample:

Features: Double Dry-Zones (a soft absorbing layer and a core that locks in wetness for up to 12 hours of dryness), Soft, Stretchy Sides, Sizefitting Fastening System, Extra Sleep Layer, Baby Guard prevents leaks, Colourful characters, Improved Extra Sleep Layer keeps wetness away from baby’s skin, New Baby Dry nappies give up to 12 hours of overnight dryness, Baby Dry nappies have Easy Tear sides, Flexible Tabs expand and contract with your baby, New Baby Dry nappies flex for a snug and comfortable fit

Other Products: Nappies, Wipes, Change Mats, Bed Mats, Pull Up Pants, Underams, Gift Vouchers, and sample packs

Website and Social Media: Website, Facebook 

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Review of the Pampers Baby Dry Nappies:

Note: For each of the nappies in this review, both Amanda and Fi trialled them with their sons (for their profiles and an idea of how the nappies sat with each child, read Amanda’s Profile HERE and Fi’s Profile HERE). We used the Pampers Baby Dry Size 4 Maxi for this review.

How does it fit?

With a thin layer at the top of the nappy but a firm inner lining, this nappy fit really well around Starfish’s legs and torso and gave good flexibility while still maintaining a sturdy structure. 

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How long does it last?

Despite feeling really thin, this nappy surprised both my husband and I the most and had no leakages. It lasted overnight and during long stints in the day.

Is it good during the daytime and overnight?

We found for Starfish (who is not generally a heavy soiler/wetter but can have his moments), this nappy worked for both times.

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What is the value like? Is it worth the cost?

As the second cheapest nappy in this review, and considering the excellent quality it is in, I would say this nappy is one of the best nappies in terms of value for money. 

Is it easy to put on and take off?

This nappy was one of the easiest to put on and take off – considering Starfish is quite chubby and it can be difficult to get the tags off (as the nappy hides in his rolls). I also found that the tabs stuck on securely, but also came off extremely easily as well (they weren’t stuck on or would rip the nappy as you tried to pull them off).

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Are they easy to dispose of?

Despite feeling really thin, the firm inner lining meant that the nappy held the moisture and poo in while trying to dispose of it. It was easier than the other thin nappies to keep together and put in the disposable bin bag while wrangling the baby.

Summary of the Pampers Baby Dry Nappies:

This nappy surprised me the most out of all the nappies in the review. It was the first one we tried, and hubby and I were skeptical due to its thin feel. However it was one of the best in terms of containing leakages and it was by far one of the best in value for money, so I would highly recommend you checking our Pampers Baby Dry as a nappy option for your bub!

Check out my other nappy reviews from the buttons below, or view Amanda’s Pampers Baby Dry review HERE.

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About Fi Morrison

Fi is a mum to her beautiful, 1-year-old baby boy who she affectionately calls Starfish. She started Mumma Morrison as a way to document her life with her son, but also aims to create a supportive and encouraging community for new and prospective mums. She is returning to part-time teaching in July. Fi and her family live in Sydney.


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