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MichelleMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 11-Jul-13 11:57:09

This thread is for the 1,000 MNers who've been trying out Pampers Easy
Up Pants with their child. Below are some questions to get you
started but please feel free to add other comments too. All testers
will be entered into a prize draw to win a £250 Love2Shopvoucher if
they do the following:

~ Add their feedback to this thread
~ Complete this short survey
~ Write a review of the nappies
here

Please state the age of your child and the size of Easy Up Pants you
were trying in your response.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Pampers Easy Up Pants:

Number of nappies in each pack
Size 4 Size 5 Size 6
Carry Pack (£6.49) 22 20 19
Economy Pack (£7.49) 28 26 24
Jumbo Pack (£12.99) 50 46 42
Mega Pack (£15.00) 75 69 64

Alibabaandthe40nappies Thu 11-Jul-13 11:58:14

I haven't had mine yet!

sad

Yummymummy21amy Thu 11-Jul-13 12:11:37

just had my in the post today cant wait to try them out with my DS just a shame my DS size come with dora on as the others have bob the builder on as thats his favorite thing at the moment

5madthings Thu 11-Jul-13 12:19:31

Mine arrived the other day. Not used them yet but will in next week or so. Dd is VERY impressed that they have dora and diego on the front and all the animals on the back smile

NotDoris Thu 11-Jul-13 12:26:04

Got mine today too. DS has no idea who Dora is, but they look nice. I especially like the tab on the back to keep it folded closed after use, my own brand ones don't have that!

manfalou Thu 11-Jul-13 14:37:09

Mine arrived today... When DS gets back from grannies he'll be popping some on! Lets start the potty training journey! (Wish me luck!)

Penny6Pence Thu 11-Jul-13 14:50:27

My pack arrived today. Will get DD using them in the coming days and be back with feedback asap.

Mine arrived today, all good so far 😄

snowymum12 Thu 11-Jul-13 19:27:44

I've been using mine for just a couple of days and am completely impressed already. They are so much easier than regular nappies for my extremely wriggly 11 month old and hold in the wetness brilliantly. So far, so good!!

FairyJen Thu 11-Jul-13 19:34:27

I can start off as have had the nappies for a couple of days now smile

My ds is nearly 14months and we had size 6 (ds is closer in size to a 24 month old - I breed giants! blush )

Q1 my initial impression was they looked quite small compared to the "normal" pampers we used, however when I put them on they fit really well. Dd who is 6 was also very taken with the Dora design grin

I wanted to trial these as ds is a nightmare every nappy change. He won't stay still, he used to pull open the tabs or crawl away with only one side fastened. Sometimes it really was a two person job to get him changed. The result of this was frequent leaks day and night as the nappies were not on correctly.

Well no more! These pull ups are like heaven! No harder than putting his trousers on. He steps into them and then I just pull them up- or vice versa! Nappy changes now only take 2 min and it feels like an enormous relief, plus ( touch wood ) he has not leaked yet! On this basis I will be making these my nappy of choice!

q2 partly already answered but yes very easy to use and changes are a lot quicker now although I did get an unexpected shower when he worked out how to pull them back down grin

q3 with dd I used the huggies version. I like these however for some reason ds gets nappy rash with huggies nappies so its not an option. Pampers are as good as this brand in my opinion in both quality and function.

q4 I already have recommended these to a school mum with a similar aged dd for all the reasons outlined above. Her dd is ready for potty training and I have said these are a fantastic alternative to pants and are easy to get on and off.

q4 they are good value for money as they have made my life that bit easier and less stressful however I'm slightly annoyed they are a few quid more expensive than their other nappies. In the size 6 you only get 19 in a pack so they do seem to be at the top end of the pricing scale compared to other brands.

Overall I'm very happy with these and will buy them in the future, that being said I can see myself reverting back to their other nappies on the days when money is a bit tight. smile

FairyJen Thu 11-Jul-13 19:35:11

That last one should be q5 blush

ILikeToMoveItMoveIt Thu 11-Jul-13 21:02:08

Q1 A great pull up. You can tell that they are a high quality brand from the feel and fit of them. On quite a flippant note, even though ds couldn't care less what design is on the nappy I do think the current characters on the nappies are a bit out of date.

Q2 I like the convenience of being able to change wet nappies standing up. However I think the sticky tab for rolling up the used nappy is pointless when it comes to poo nappies - the poo isn't contained.

Q3 I have used Pampers, Huggies, Nature Care and Sainsbury's own pull ups. Huggies have changed their product line so their pull ups are now ££££. Nature Care don't fit very well. Sainsburys don't have a very good wee capacity and they are cut quite slim compared to other brands. In conclusion, Pampers are the best for price (as long as I buy them when they are on offer), fit and keeping dry.

Q4 yes i would recommend them, see the above conclusion smile

Q5 I can't say that they are value for money because they are more expensive than side tab nappies and at the end of the day they both do the same job - catch wee and poo!

Holfin Thu 11-Jul-13 21:27:37

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants?

Much easier for nappy changes on a wriggly 2 year old. Being able to put them on while my toddler is standing up is a bonus. Looked very similar to a normal Pampers nappy.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

As above, easier to put on toddler than a regular nappy and DD seemed just as comfortable as in her normal nappy.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children?

First time using any type of pull up.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents?

Yes I would, but only if needed for ease of changing compared to regular nappy. Otherwise I still like Pampers Baby Dry the best.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They do seem pretty expensive to me and it would put me off to be honest. I can't help but think you are paying extra for the Nickelodeon characters printed on there. I would buy them if they are on offer though.

FannyFifer Thu 11-Jul-13 21:28:19

Yay, mine came today.

Holfin Thu 11-Jul-13 21:29:14

Oops I forgot to say I tried size 4 Easy Ups on my 2 year old DD.

MonsterBookOfTyRexs Thu 11-Jul-13 23:27:14

I am still waiting for mine although I have something at the post office so maybe it is the easy up pants rather than the uni book I need grin

AmIGoingMad Thu 11-Jul-13 23:32:23

Just received them today so will get started testing tomorrow!

morethanmama Thu 11-Jul-13 23:39:08

Our Dora pants have arrived and were carried upstairs for me by ds.
He is 2.4 and dry during the day. These are my cunning plan for dry at night grin. I intend to put him in them and a potty in his room and see how he gets on!!! Will feedback.

rlouisa Fri 12-Jul-13 10:38:35

1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

i lovee these nappies, so much easier to get on my baby. he is ever so wiggly and i struggled with the strap on ones. i am not looking back. im sold.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
very easy and very convenient. its is pants! strap him down and wack them up. love it!
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare? no i havent but i must say i had to keep checking to see if the nappies were full unless the other ones i used i could see the nappy almost dragging to the floor cos they are heavy
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not? i will defintely recomment. it is easy, it is super absorbent, it is mega onvenient and there are deals in supermarket. i actually purchased one before the nappioes arrived.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why? it is pricey but as i mentioned earlier, there are always deals on and coupons. i guess it is pricey cos its really great

Tested size 5 pack on my 2yo dd

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Brilliant nappies, absorbent, and help my dd learn to pull them up by herself (she is getting there!)
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Very convienient, will be starting potty training soon so these nappies will be useful!

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Yes, have used mamia pull up nappies, and the pampers one have a much better fit for the same size, the mamia ones kept leaving red marks.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
would definitely recomend
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
Fairly good yes.

Have also done review and completed survey. smile

AllThatGlistens Fri 12-Jul-13 10:53:20

Q1: very easy to use, but I found that they weren't as absorbent as traditional nappies. Expensive considering the quality.

Q2: they are convenient to use on a wriggling toddler!

Q3: I have used pull ups before on my other children and unfortunately haven't seen much improvement in the quality re leaking over the years, and I change them regularly.

Q4: I would recommend them for ease of use but would warn to watch for leaks and do find them expensive.

Q5: the price is prohibitive, and can be off putting. I have found the Aldi Mamia brand to be far superior and much better value for money.

AllThatGlistens Fri 12-Jul-13 10:54:17

Bugger, should have said, used them on DS 2 in the size 6! grin

DawnOfTheDee Fri 12-Jul-13 10:55:56

Mine only came yesterday. We're going to start with them in a few days.

sillymillyb Fri 12-Jul-13 10:58:18

Just marking my place for later when on the computer! Nappies arrived yesterday so looking forward to putting them on ds - the reviews so far make them sound perfect for wriggly boy!

ChunkyPickle Fri 12-Jul-13 11:04:00

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Very thick (more than his normal Pampers), didn't look much like pants, were too tough for him to take off himself. They did work as well as nappies though

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

No I didn't - I found them harder to cleanly wrap up (after poo accident), harder to put on than normal nappies, and just generally more hassle than they need to be. DS stands a chance when he can undo tabs, but he just couldn't push these down at all.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Training pants yes, pull-ups no. I preferred the training pants because they were thinner (and if I'm changing an accident, then changing trousers as well isn't much hassle)

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

No I wouldn't - I don't see the advantage over proper nappies or proper pants. If he wants to feel like a big boy then he can use normal pants - I think that this halfway house doesn't help either of us.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Not really good value - I'll stick to normal nappies (if I want to pretend they are pulllups then I can just do up the tabs

ChunkyPickle Fri 12-Jul-13 11:06:18

Oh, and whilst the label, the survey and everything else say that the size 4s go up to 20kg (like a 4+ nappy) the packet says 15kg - and they were snug (not too tight, but snug) on my average sized (15.5 kilos ish) nearly 3 year old.

FattyMcChubster Fri 12-Jul-13 11:07:53

Dd is 14 months and we used size 4

Overall I was really impressed. They were much neater and more compact than nappies but still held in loads of wees and some pretty messy poos.
They are soft and seemed much more comfortable around her waistline. Dd was excited to wear her 'big girl pants'. We're not potty training but going through a very difficult nappy changing stage and these have helped so so much.
I would definately use easy up pants again.

They were convenient to use as like I've said, dd was much happier to wear them than a nappy. I just couldn't get to grips with the sticky fastener on the rear. Couldn't bloody get it to work!
Love the idea of them for holidays/weekends away and travelling as they just seemed easier.

Have never used anything like them before.

Have already discussed with a couple of friends and (apart from price) have recommended them. Really liked using them.

I just don't think the cost is good value at all. Whether it would be different if you didn't use as many but for me they're far too dear. I'm tempted to try some own brand ones now and if I was rolling in it I'd use pampers without a doubt but I'm pretty skint so couldn't justify the cost of these.

FattyMcChubster Fri 12-Jul-13 11:15:37

Have tried to write a review but don't think it completed- said is already written a review? I havn't!

AmandinePoulain Fri 12-Jul-13 12:14:53

Mine arrived this morning smile

Although I haven't used them yet (dd1 only uses nappies at night, we're waiting for a referral to enuresis clinic) my first thought is that there are only 19 in the pack, there used to be 24 shock! Will the price be going down to reflect this? hmm

phantomhairpuller Fri 12-Jul-13 12:19:21

I haven't had mine yet but won't be able to use them now! In the time since I put my name forward, DS had well and truly mastered toilet training and is out of nappies entirely shockgrin

Did but pampers easy-up when we were potty training, shall I add my feedback based on that?

PessimisticMissPiggy Fri 12-Jul-13 12:42:15

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Quality good, but thicker than expected. We will probably use them going forwards
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, easy to use. DD is only telling us about poos but not always wees and they quickly fill you. They don't seem as absorbent as Pampers Actifit.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
We've only used Pampers
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I think we've made a mistake using pull ups before DD was regularly asking to use the potty, whilst I'd recommend them, I would say to wait until they were using the potty rather than hoping a little interest plus the pullups would develop into wanting to use the potty more!
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
They are rather expensive for the quantity but if your DC are only having accidents then one to three changes a day isn't too prohibitive.

Mrskaylovescake Fri 12-Jul-13 12:52:42

Tried size 4 on ds2, 23 months. Went for snug fit and they were super snug...he's about 12 kgs

Q1 good overall, (not bothered about cartoon characters...have always been baffled on why they're needed on a nappy, who cares?), they're a nice quality look and feel. Yes, would use again
Q2 yes, convenient & easy to use
Q3 yes I've used pulls ups before and these compared well, i used a packet of another brand with ds1 that had velcro side tabs which I couldn't get on with
Q4 yes I'd recommend to someone with a wriggly toddler. I didn't use them as a precursor/aide to potty training so couldn't recommend on that basis
Q5 okish if the high cost is worth it for you to make less stressful nappy changes for example. Best value option is nappies so on that basis alone I will continue to mainly use nappies where wrigglyness allows and occasionally use a pull up

missusmurphy Fri 12-Jul-13 13:21:54

DS is 18 months old and got size 5 nappies.

Q1: I liked the design too bad ds doesn't have a clue who Dora and Diego were :-) DS have been using it for 2 days now and it seems to fill up really fast. I have always used pampers on him since he was born, other nappies give him rashes... Compared to pampers baby dry though this doesn't last long, it feels full after a couple of hours BUT I find it really convenient because ds has been pulling his nappy off every chance he gets and he can't do it with these. I will use them for daytime not for nights because he got soaked when he used these the first night he tried them pity coz it says it will keep him dry for 12 hours and I assumed it will be like his baby drys...  

Q2: The nappies are really easy and convenient to use... They're slim and won't add bulk to my nappy bag and the tapes at the back are really handy.  

Q3: I have tried huggies before for my ds on a holiday when I ran out and pampers somehow doesn't sag it still looks nice even when it's full.  

Q4: Yes I would recommend it to other mums simply because they're really convenient and easy to use even my husband likes it and he hates nappy change coz ds wriggles alot :-)  

Q5: If they would cost the same as the baby drys then they're good value for money specially if you're only using it going out or during the day.

Sparklezz Fri 12-Jul-13 15:46:40

I got mine in the post yesterday but haven't used them until today. My overall impression is quite good. My daughter has always used Pampers as they seem to suit her more than any other I have tried.

q1. The size 5 is too small for her so I went with the size 6 which have plenty of room almost too big but of the ones she has used no leaks so far and I like that they feel soft on her skin and I would recommend pampers as being reliable even though they are more expensive than some of the other brands.

q2. As Frey is a wriggly bum during her nappy change times these are time saving and less stress then having to man handle her to the mat. Shes happy wearing them and we sing you put your left leg then your right leg in for her to learn as she goes along. She is almost ready for potting training and these are a great transition from nappies.

q3. Because sometimes money can be tight I have opted for other brands before but don't find them as long lasting during the night or the fit isn't quite right. I find for me that I like the high back of the nappies/pants that stops leakages from too much movement.

q4. I would defiantly recommend pampers if anyone asked me about what nappies I have used and how I found them.

q5. I have always tried to paid that bit extra for Freya because whilst using pampers she's never had any irritations or nappy rash and I've taken that down to them being really absorbent and for her to be happy I've spent that bit extra. I do find that the bigger the nappy size you get the less nappy you get for your for money and as I am on a budget I don't find that cost effective.

PessimisticMissPiggy Fri 12-Jul-13 16:03:21

Oops, I forgot to state age and size! DD 2.2 and tested size 5.

Beanypip Fri 12-Jul-13 17:03:10

got ours in the post on Wednesday but only just got around to trying them as dd has been poorly

16mo tried size 4

Q1: they look good and were easy to put on. I like the fact you don't have to take them off like pants you can just rip the sides which is handy. I don't think they are any better to baby dry though so if these are more expensive then I probably wouldn't use them again until nappy changes become harder or she pulls her nappy off.

Q2: they are very easy to put on even when lying down and very easy to take off.

Q3: I haven't used pull ups before with her so can't comment.

Q4: I would recommend these nappies to parents if they were struggling with changing there child's nappy but for every day use I think baby dry are better.

Q5: I tink they are expensive but for what they are and especially if they make nappy changes so much easier I'd say its worth it.

Pommes Fri 12-Jul-13 18:23:46

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Mine only arrived yesterday but, in my excitement to try these, I purchased a pack a fortnight ago from Ocado. My overall impression of these was that they were easier to put on than my toddler’s usual nappies (Pampers Active Fit) but harder to take off. The elasticated waist meant there was no concern about them being too tight, or not tight enough. I thought they make a great day-time nappy for active babies but not so much at night. My reasoning for this is that we did have two leaks during the day and they seem considerably ‘fuller’ than Active Fit nappies do in the same space of time. My only problem with these was that, despite the sticky back panel, they seemed harder to ‘secure’ for particularly explosive nappies.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes, hugely convenient for my 16 month old who likes to toddle off bare-bottomed during nappy changes. He enjoyed putting his legs in, like trousers, too. Not as convenient as usual nappies for cleaning minor explosions – when removing the nappy you need to tear the sides, and they are harder to wrap up too.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

No, I have never used pull up nappies (apart from Huggies swimmers in the pool). We tend to use Pampers Active Fit during the day and Pampers Baby dry at night.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes – they are convenient, seem to be secure and are very easy to put on!

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I buy two mega boxes of Pampers from Asda or Tesco for £20.00. I think the price is too much for these as I would expect to pay about £10.00 for a mega box.

Christina1612 Fri 12-Jul-13 18:56:56

I am testing these on my 8 1/2 month old littly boy. we are using soze 4.
Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

They seem very well made and the designs on the back are very colourful but I think Dora is a little out of date. The inside cuff seems much thicker than that on the normal pampers baby dry nappies and are very good at holding in lots of wee or poo (we usually have explosions with every poo!) I would use these again as they are easy to use, and ideal for when nanny or daddy changes him ( no need to worry about them not being put on correctly!). The sides seems very strong though normal nappies have a wider absorbency near this area

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Pretty convenient though probably easier for a baby that can stand by themselves to literally pull them up, though my little boy tries to crawl away so at least I know once they are up they are not loose like a normal nappy.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

My first time using any kind of pull up nappy

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, to friends with babies my little ones age or older, they are very absorbent.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Not really, the pampers simply dry or baby dry are often much cheaper and usually on promotion, but I would be tempted to buy these once my little one starts potty training, or possibly a cheaper alternative.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

They worked well during the day but leaked at night. They look better under clothes than a normal nappy, not sure why.

We don't have Sky/cable so DD doesn't know who Dora is, I would prefer branding that she has seen/can associate with.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

It is a bit of a pain having to take shoes etc off. We were at the seaside and putting on a pull-up means that sandy feet have to go through the leg holes and inevitably the pull-up got sand in it from DD's feet. They probably aren't as convenient as normal nappies, but DD looked better in them.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

No

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, would recommend - mostly for loking neater than normal nappies.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are fine for a branded product. We tend to stock up on nappies when there is an offer on, otherwise they are a bit pricy.

I forgot to say that DD is 2yrs 10 months.

AmandinePoulain Fri 12-Jul-13 19:50:36

I used them for my 5yo dd1 who still needs nappies at night, size 6.

We always buy pampers pants as very few nappies fit her; the Huggies equivalent are far more expensive and leaked more when I bought them on offer recently - the pampers certainly hold more.

They seem comfortable, and don't leave any marks. She has very sensitive skin - we used reusables until she was dry during the day, and I recently tried them again as I was washing nappies for dd2 and they gave her a terrible nappy rash so the pampers certainly keep her skin dry.

As I posted earlier, I'm confused as to why the pack size has reduced? Will the price be reducing too? I find them expensive as it is (but I may be biased as I used reusables for so long and still do for dd2!)

Thanks for the free pack smile

TwentiethCenturyGirl Fri 12-Jul-13 20:17:36

Mine came today - however, since putting my name down to take part in the test, DD has more or less potty trained blush grin. I did buy a pack of Easy Up pants a couple of weeks ago though, so will answer the questions based on that.

DD is 2.2.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
I thought that they were ok but preferred the Active Fit nappies that we usually use. There were a couple of occasions early on when DD was refusing to poo on the potty and did it in the pull ups instead - it was a nightmare to take the dirty pants off though. However, DD did like the idea of wearing 'big girl nappies' though and I might well pop one on her if we're going on a longish car journey.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
As above, I found the dirty Easy Ups more difficult to take off a squirming toddler than normal nappies.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
First time with any sort of pull up.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Possibly - they're convenient but part of me thinks it's probably easier to go cold turkey with potty training.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
No, I don't really think that they're good value. I would probably only buy them if they're on offer. I've always used Pampers nappies but tend to stock up when they're on offer.

Only just seen this. Placemarking so I can find it after the weekend.

Q1- i trialed size 5 on my 17 month old DS. These were lovely and thick and a great fit. Maybe a more boyish pattern would go down well? These kept him dry overnight and i would definatly use them again.

Q2-we found these very easy to use and made nappy changes very easy

Q3-no this was our first experiance of pull ups

Q4-yes i would and have already discussed and recommeneded them.

Q5-they are resonable value for money. There are cheaper alternatives but they might not be as good

bangersmashandbeans Sat 13-Jul-13 10:58:52

Used them the last couple of nights and they are much better than own brand ones. Much softer and no leaking at all.

Alibabaandthe40nappies Sat 13-Jul-13 11:10:22

*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*

Yes they are very easy to use, and we would use them again. We use Baby Dry at night and will continue to do that, but I can see us switching to these pull-ups for daytime - we currently use Active Fit.
Our son really loves them, gave the packet a huge hug when we opened the box and announced 'I love mine Dora pants' smile He took his overnight nappy off this morning when he woke up and put Easy Up Pants on all by himself and came in proudly to show us. He has also taken himself to the potty several times when he has had them on. So very much a win in this house!

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes

*Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?*

Not really, only Huggies swim nappies. We did try Easy Up Pants briefly with our eldest child, but they didn't aid potty training in any way so we went back to Active Fit because the Easy Up Pants were more expensive.

*Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?*

Yes definitely - see my answer to Q1.

*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*

The pricing is not too bad, although I normally buy nappies when they are on offer - always Pampers.

Alibabaandthe40nappies Sat 13-Jul-13 11:10:51

Oh, bold fail. Sorry.

missesjellybean Sat 13-Jul-13 14:43:58

only just got mine this morning. will feedback in a couple of days smile

snowymum12 Sat 13-Jul-13 14:47:22

Q1 I've been utterly impressed with Pampers Easy Up Pants. I'd definitely use them again as they are really convenient and reliable. A great buy.
Q2 I have a very wriggly baby and these were fantastic. They pull on quickly and securely and the sides tear easily to take them off. I like the fact that they have a little plastic strip on the back to keep all the contents secure for disposal too.
Q3 These were the first easy up pants I'd tried so didn't know what to expect, I've been pleasantly surprised.
Q4 I've already recommended them to a couple of mums at the local toddler group my little one attends. They are also in the same predicament as me; active baby and issues with regular nappies as a result.
Q5 I think, for the additional convenience, comfort and ease, these are good value for money. I am definitely buying them again.

ThedementedPenguin Sat 13-Jul-13 14:53:55

I've just received mine today. Will start using them tomorrow. So will update in a few days.

TheWitch22 Sat 13-Jul-13 19:21:23

Have been using easy up pants size 4 for my LO who is 11 months old, have found them to be brilliant, no leaks and found them extremely easy to use. Have used other in the past which were ok but these seem to be a lot more absorbent. I would definitely recommend these to a friend and will be buying more

JambalayaCodfishPie Sat 13-Jul-13 19:33:19

Mine (well, DD2s grin) arrived on Tuesday, shes been wearing the all week.

Shes 15 months old and we used size 4 - despite having moved to 4+ in 'regular' style nappies.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Loved them, had not a single leak. DD2 sleeps like an inverted 'v' and usually completely saturates her front by the morning, no matter how I do up the tabs. Hasn't happened once with these. Agree with the PP who said Dora & Diego are dated, almost.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Very easy, DD2 seemed to prefer the speed of the change too.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
DD1 (now aged, 8) used pull-ups for a period of time. From what I recall, we did still have leaks then - so they've obviously improved!

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Already have done - mentioned it at NCT group to ladies who all have babies the same age.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
We regularly use Pampers Simply Dry - a mega value nappy. Obviously, Easy Ups cost more than that - but I think we will continue to buy them, and use them at night, until the time comes for potty training.

Really appreciated being part of this trial, thanks!

DS2 is 18 months.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
As nappies, I liked them for daily use - but no more than I like Pampers Baby-Dry. They didn't leak urine, we had one teething nappy disaster, they fitted well and they weren't too bulky.
We were going to use them as a bit of an introduction to DS2 as "big boy pants" - he's very hero-worshipping of his brother and is obsessed with us (DS1 in particular) using the toilet to "WEE! WEE! WEE!" but they were a little too well fitting - there's no way he could have taken them off himself without ripping the side panels. I couldn't imagine DS1 having been able to use them "as pants" when we potty trained him at 2.7 for the same reason.
I did notice they smelt more strongly (chemically?) than Baby-Dry, and this worried me slightly as DS2 has reacted badly to Active-Fit nappies in the past which also had a strong smell.
I really didn't like the design. I tend to avoid the twee children's characters anyway, so having them there on top of dealing with the contents of a nappy wasn't great! <irrational>

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
They were as convenient to use as Baby-Dry nappies. They wouldn't have been useful for us if we were potty training because DS2 wouldn't have been able to get them up and down by himself, and I think their "nappiness" would have confused him if we were potty training.
They were useful for very quick nappy changes (and would be brilliant if we were going somewhere where baby change facilities weren't available or were diabolical) but for poo nappies they were a bit of a nightmare - having to tear them off, then not able to ball them up and fasten them closed - I find regular nappies far more simple.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I have used the Boots pull ups in the past with DS1 when they were on offer. From memory, I think they were just as good.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
If they were on offer and cheaper than other nappies, then yes - as I can't see any reason not to, but by the same token, if they are at a standard price then I can't see a reason to recommend them over any other nappy in particular. I don't think I'd recommend them for potty training either because they seem - to me - to send a mixed message to the child, and they're too difficult to get up/down for the average toddler.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
No, I don't. I think they cost a premium because of their niche target audience, but they don't offer enough (any?) benefits over any other nappy, or going cold turkey with the nappies in the potty training process.

GetKnitted Sun 14-Jul-13 00:47:22

First impression is that, after just one night, DS wants "explorer pants, dddddd dora". we've always been in shop brand nappies before and he has never asked for "lion nappy, rah!". Oh the power of nikelodeon.

Back soon with full feedback

weallwearcapes Sun 14-Jul-13 08:36:15

DS is 21 months and we were testing size 4 easy ups

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

The were convenient in that it was easier to put them on whilst chasing DS round the room. They have a less plastic feel to them than the Sainsbury's own brand normal nappies I have been using. At the moment I am price driven so would not buy them unless they were on special. I don't like the fact they have Dora all over them, I would prefer a generic character, if at all.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

They were convenient to use when chasing DS to get a nappy back on him, they are less convenient when he is happy to lie down for me. I can see that as he approaches toilet training they would be more able to pass off as big boy pants.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I used pull ups with my DD. At the time I used an environmental brand. I preferred the look of the other brand, also they didn't appear to hang as low as these Pampers do.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

No, I am price driven, these nappies perform as well as all the others I have used. Plus my friends and I don't talk about nappies.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I think they are expensive, as mentioned before I am price driven. I notice that all pant type nappies are more expensive than conventional nappies, so for that reason I am going to stick with those, and go for supermarket own brand or special offer nappies.

I am not brand sensitive when it comes to the purchase of nappies and the Dora branding of these nappies puts me off.

SisterMatic Sun 14-Jul-13 14:44:32

DD is nearly 3, we are testing size 6 pullups.
Q1- I like the design of these, they are really stretchy and seem to give ny DD room to breathe. DD likes the colours and Dora the Explorer. They feel a better quality to the supermarket own brand I have been using. They feel thinner yet I have had no leaks.
I would be happy to use these again, price depending.

Q2-
They were very convenient as the give in them made it easier to put on my daughter. They were easy to pull up and down.

Q3- Yes I have been using a supermarket own brand, which in the same sizing is tighter and bulkier than Pampers. I think that Pampers pullups fared better than my usual brand in this test.

Q4- Yes I would, I have mentioned them to other Mums, because I think that they are a good product and I have been impressed with their performance.

Q5- I think they are quite expensive.I have tried Pampers nappies before with both of ny children, I would definitely buy these if they were on offer.

Thank you for choosing me to take part!

superbagpuss Sun 14-Jul-13 19:05:07

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
We have used them before, our pull up of choice as very easy for sons to use

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
yes, easy for us for do and for our sons for potty training at day and at night

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
These were the easiest for my sons to use and kept them dry at night, no leakeage

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
yes, for potty training they are perfect, a good half way stage

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
they are not cheap but are market leaders as far as we are concerned so worth paying for

superbagpuss Sun 14-Jul-13 19:08:02

oh, we used size 6, boys are three

MummyDuckAndDuckling Sun 14-Jul-13 19:42:36

used on dd 21 months (size 5)

Q1 great impression, the feel much softer than a few of the other brand nappies. dd is becoming hard work at nappy change time, so her being able to stand up to be changed was a big hit. she liked that she could just step in. i wouldnt use them again for the simple fact of the cost. if they were cheaper then i would be tempted.

Q2 yes i did find them easy to use. they are very stretchy so no worries about the seem tearing while pulling them up.

Q3 ive not tried any other nappy pants at the moment. dd is ususally in cloth nappies but i think we are looking to start toilet training soon so it was good to get a feel for them as i think i will go down this route rather than a cloth pull up

Q4 i would recommend them, but i dont have any others to compare with

Q5 i feel they are some what expensive. if i were to be using these on a daily basis, i would be struggling with the cost! id be far more tempted to use them when toilet training was more established and then as a back up

Sheshelob Sun 14-Jul-13 22:16:25

Q1 I was so disappointed. Compared to standard size 5 nappies, they are too small and leaked frequently, providing us with a poo-nado on one of the hottest days of the year. It has been a long time since i've had to scrape poo of my 20 month old's leg. I would not use these again.

Q2 They should have been easy to use but after the first wear, my son kicked up an almighty fuss every time I tried to put them on him, and was able to pull them off. Not ideal in a nappy.

Q3 I've not used others and have now been firmly put off the pull up idea.

Q4 I would not recommend these to any friends and not even to enemies. No child deserves to be covered in their own faeces.

Q5 They seem expensive for something that didn't work for us.

DifferentNow Sun 14-Jul-13 23:34:18

Please state the age of your child and the size of Easy Up Pants you
were trying in your response.

age 3, size 6

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

They didn't hold enough wee for everyday use and would be too expensive to replace my normal nappies with. Although they pull-on like pants, they still feel just like a nappy so are not particularly helpful with toilet training. They're useful for car journeys when children might doze off or outings when you don't want to risk wet pants etc.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

They were convenient and easy enough to get on and off.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Although they 'feel' better quality, they were small in size and tended to leak. They were also more expensive than other brands I've tried.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

I would recommend for a child who won't lie down/still to be changed. Would not recommend for general everyday use or for transition from nappy to potty/toilet.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I think they're too expensive.

manfalou Mon 15-Jul-13 08:44:41

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

They're quite bulky compared to ordinary pampers nappies but I like the characters which are on them as we told Ds 'we don't want to wee on Dora or Diego do we?'. I don't really like these as a potty training pant as they feel to similar to a nappy and DS didn't really understand that they were like pants because of this. I would use these for trips in the car etc so that my child still had some sort of 'pants' on and not reverting back to proper nappies.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Changing is more difficult as you obvioursly have to strip the child down to change them but DS has always been quite compliant at nappy change times anyway.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

We have used real training pants which I'd recommend over Easy up pants, just because DS knew he was wet and they don't feel like a nappy. Ive also used huggies pull ups once before which are much thinner than Easy up pants but more or less the same.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

If they were for potty training I'd say no, just bite the bullet and go straight to real pants but I would recommend them if the parent really wanted their child to wear some sort of pull ups first as DS seems comfortable in them and we havnt experienced any leaks.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

The cost would put me off buying them again. As a rule I only buy nappies when they are on offer and they work out at 10p per nappy or less (bulk buy). The cheapest the above offers in the size 4's is 20p, most expensive being 29p per nappy. For those whose children are a size 6 its even more expensive. Not really cost effective.

manfalou Mon 15-Jul-13 08:47:39

Should've put that DS is 2 years 9 months.

manfalou Mon 15-Jul-13 08:48:09

And we used size 4's! Doh!

HappyAsEyeAm Mon 15-Jul-13 12:48:11

DS is 16 months old, we tried size 5.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Excellent. Easy to identify the packaging as being the ones I want to buy. I used them with my eldest son, and found them to be really good. Glad to see that they haven't been changed for the worse!

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes, very easy and convenient.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

These are the first pull ups I have used with this DS. But I used Pampers pull ups with my eldest child a few years ago.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, as they're very reliable and easy to use.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I think reliable nappies and pull ups are always good value. Better for them to be reliable and a little more expensive than for them to be cheaper and leaky.

Florin Mon 15-Jul-13 12:50:22

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
They are good and makes life easier as my 1 year old refuses to lie down for nappy changes
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not? Yes very easy to use and convenient
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare? No
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not? Yes I would recommend
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why? They are not cheap but a good product so worth paying for

kingaratnam Mon 15-Jul-13 12:57:14

FANTASTIC I've received Pampers Easy Up size 4 a week ago and since that time , my 11months daughter wears them every day and night. They're fantastic! No leaks, full comfort when she plays or sleep. Definitely less trouble to change the nappy when your little one is wiggling, crawling or jumping at the same time. Will definitely use the for her play time . I will definitely recommend the to other parents . Great value for a good money. I can be sure my child is happy and protected all the time .Thanks Pampers !!!!

Wendyam76 Mon 15-Jul-13 12:58:26

Very pleased with them - Leia loves the pictures!

Ohhelpohnoitsa Mon 15-Jul-13 12:59:58

Got our pampers pants and have tried them. My little tike absolutely loves pulling them down (!!) (which he has never done with a nappy) but that is because he isnt wearing a vest in this heat.

q1. Good sizing (5) and wore them successfully overnight too. I love that his trousers seem to fit him so much better in these.

Q2 Very easy to use but cannot make such a neat little bundle out of the used ones as I can with nappies.

Q3 Used pampers pants before and have tried the Lidl ones which are also very good and cheaper but not so soft.

Q4 Already do. I dont think you can beat Pampers products on quality. Price maybe, but not quality (though Lidl are hot on your heels believe me they are good).

Q5 They are more than the alternatives for sure and dont seem to be on offer as much as the nappies - though that is just an impression, I have no evidence. I havent tried huggies but I believe they are continuing to do pants. I suspect Pampers will be better quality.

Really really pleased with hem. My ds is only 16m old but is the third dc and is trying o do things way before his brothers did. I am hopeful that we can toilet train him around 2 instead of 3. Will keep using pants when possible.

absterbabe69 Mon 15-Jul-13 13:01:04

They were great really good design and easy to use and hold a lot of wee little one found them really comfy

Laustar Mon 15-Jul-13 13:05:06

Hi, my son is 20 months old and is wearing size 5 pull up pants.

Q1 - I like the overall appearance of the pull up pants. My son has tried these before and I find them easy and convent to use on him. They can be easily packed into my changing bag/handbag and have a nice soft material. The stretchy fit helps when my son m

vb21 Mon 15-Jul-13 13:10:09

My son is 2 and we were using the size 5.

1 He loved the pictures of Dora and Diego, they were good for encouraging him to pull them up and down and very soft, I thought they were really good from a looking comfortable perspective.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not? Yes, very easy to use.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare? Yes I have, these are much nicer as they're soft but the downside is they are almost too absorbent if you're trying to potty train.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not? Yes I would, great for the first step in getting the idea about potty training.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why? I think they're good value as they're good quality - stopped leaks but were soft and comfortable to wear to.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I liked them, DS got size 5 and he's 22 months. I would definitely use them again, they held a lot of wee and he was comfortable in them over night.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes they were!

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

N/A

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes. Fantastic to use with a wriggly baby smile

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I think so. They suit my needs perfectly!

Laustar Mon 15-Jul-13 13:13:18

Continued..
Moves around and when pulling up and down. I would buy these again without a doubt.

Q2 - very easy and convent to use as said above. I find they are easy to store and pack in handbag etc.

Q3- I have used other brand pull ups and find them just as good. The only thing I would say is that the design pattern/picture on them could be a bit better my son hasn't got a clue who Dora is. Whereas he loves disney cars on huggies.

Q4- yes I would recommend these to my other mum friends as they don't leak and are easy for baby to pull up and down and that's most important.

Q5- I do find that they are quite expensive but it's because of competition. You get bigger packs of pampers than most brands and I prefer that.

TheFutureMrsB Mon 15-Jul-13 13:17:26

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I liked them, I thought they looked cute and my little one is impressed with them too. He likes the characters on the front (Dora & Diago) and they fit him well too. I also found that his trousers/shorts seemed to hang better with these on rather than nappies as they don't seem as bulky.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

They are very easy to use, I like that they just pull on and there's no faffing about trying to persuade him or even bribe him to keep still long enough to get a nappy on!
They don't wrap up as small as a normal nappy though but this isn't a major problem!

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I did in the past use Huggies with my third son and I think the Pampers are much better.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

I would recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants. I just think they are so much easier to use and my son loves them, he decided this week to pull them down and wee on the floor so I am guessing potty training isn't far off! He then pulled them back up and carried on like nothing had happened whilst I had to leave the room to laugh get a mop!

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are not the cheapest but they are great quality and sometimes it is worth paying out a little more for a good product.

Thanks Pampers!

Ds2 is 4 and I've been using them at night as he's dry during the day.

He was very unimpressed with Dora and Diego but he likes the fact they are more like pants. He says they make him feel less like a baby. He hasn't complained of any discomfort so they must be ok to sleep in.

I have been struggling to find a nappy that doesn't leak and while these did, it was only one night so an improvement.

I also noticed that ds2 had a really spotty bottom after the first two nights and I'm wondering if the pull ups aren't breathable enough.

I think they are ok value for money and I'd carry on using them but I'd think twice if I was using them during the day too.

I would recommend them as they are the dryest I've found so far.

My son is 26 months and has been trying the size 6 pull ups

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

My overall impression was that they are brilliant.. I would defintaly use them again as they are easy to use and my sone finds them comfortable.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

They are very convenient and easy to use as there are no fiderly bits.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

These are the first easy up pants that we have tried.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

I would recommend the easy up pants to other parents as they are designed the best for toddlers and children.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are good value for money as it's the right price for what you get.

MummyKnight Mon 15-Jul-13 13:18:35

Used on my 8 month old girl using size 4

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I loved these, they made life so easy! My LO is VERY wriggly at change times, she hates being kept still. With normal nappy changes she screams the house down and by the time it's over I'm completely frazzled and she's sobbing her heart out. Using these has been amazing! Not a single tantrum. It's over and done with in a matter of moments, I will definitely be usin these again. As soon as we've finished our existing supply of normal nappies we will be going straight on to easy up pants.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Incredibly convenient and easy to use, made nappy changes so quick.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Never used this type of nappy before.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Will definitely be recommending to others, they are so quick and easy to use. Much quicker then a regular nappy. They seem very comfy and soft and are so absorbent, not a single leak even with the most runny of poop!

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

For the convenience and ease of use they are definitely worth every penny. I would be happy to pay that price as they are such an outstanding product.

TheFutureMrsB Mon 15-Jul-13 13:20:01

Forgot to add, we tried a size 5 which were a perfect fit for my 23 month old son. They fitted him well on the waist and the legs.

dickinson13 Mon 15-Jul-13 13:28:50

My daughter is 20 months old and we tried size 4.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again?
My daughter liked the picture on the nappy, she said it was a dolly. They look good and are easy to quickly put on and off. Yes I would use them again as my daughter is getting more and more active and I usually have to put her nappy on with her standing.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes they are quick to put on and you can just pull them down and off or rip them off. I wasn't always sure it the nappy was on right though.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Yes these seemed smaller and so more comfy for the child.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes, especially if like my daughter their child doesn't like to lie still for nappy changes! Easy to put on with the child standing.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
Yes, good price. Think I would go for a big pack to save money. I usuall use Aldi nappies but they do not do pull ups.

RandallPinkFloyd Mon 15-Jul-13 13:36:41

DS is 2 next month, we had size 5.

*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*
Yes, would definitely use them again if I saw them on offer somewhere. I like the fit of them.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, very easy, nice fit, no leaks. All good! Although I always change DS standing up so not much different to normal nappies tbh.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
No, first time.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes absolutely recommend the product but I'd warn of the price

*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*
This is the only downside for me and unfortunately it's a big one. Not sure how you justify them being so much more expensive than normal pampers active-fit nappies. I have tried almost all brands of nappies and always go back to pampers as I do think they are worth the extra cost but this seems to me to be an extra charge for the 'gimmick' rather than a true comparative price. I wouldn't buy them at full price.

RandallPinkFloyd Mon 15-Jul-13 13:38:41

Bolding fail! I'll try again blush

DS is 2 next month, we had size 5.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes, would definitely use them again if I saw them on offer somewhere. I like the fit of them.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, very easy, nice fit, no leaks. All good! Although I always change DS standing up so not much different to normal nappies tbh.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
No, first time.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes absolutely recommend the product but I'd warn of the price

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
This is the only downside for me and unfortunately it's a big one. Not sure how you justify them being so much more expensive than normal pampers active-fit nappies. I have tried almost all brands of nappies and always go back to pampers as I do think they are worth the extra cost but this seems to me to be an extra charge for the 'gimmick' rather than a true comparative price. I wouldn't buy them at full price.

ihearttc Mon 15-Jul-13 13:41:23

DS is 2.5 but tiny and we tried size 4 ones.

Q1-Overall first impression was good. He was very eager to try them on as they look more like big boy pants. They were easy to get on and could do it while he was standing up rather than laying down which he hates however I found they leaked quite badly. We normally use Pampers Active Fit in 4+ which fit perfectly and we have never had any leaks. I daren't try the Easy Up Pants overnight because they were leaking everywhere within an hour of being on him during the day. In hindsight perhaps we should have gone for the Size 5 but as he is well within the weight range for Size 4 I thought they would fine.

Q2-Yes they were convenient as very easy to get on and off however because they leaked I was having to change clothes etc which I don't normally have to do.

Q3-Yes I have used Huggies Toilet Training Pull Ups on my older son before (he is 8 now though so was quite a while ago) and I have to say I actually preferred the Huggies ones as the sides were much more flexible and easy to pull up and down for toilet training. Obviously if the Easy Up Pants were just being used for a child who wasn't attempting to toilet train this probably wouldn't be an issue.

Q4-No I probably wouldn't recommend as they leaked so much.

Q5-I didn't think they were great value for money as I had to use twice as many as I would have done Pampers Active Fit because they leaked everywhere-didn't seem to hold much either.

karks70 Mon 15-Jul-13 13:44:49

We received our trial pack of Pampers Easy Up Pants in Size 5 in time to test them on the weekend.
Overall I was pretty impressed with them as they seem comfortable and I found them easy to get on and off. My 14 month old daughter doesn't always want to lie down for changes so being able to just pull on the pants was great. They did apprear a little small around the bottom area or maybe my daughter has a bigger bottom than most. We only had 1 poo so can't really comment on that aspect but there were no leaks in the morning even though they were very full. I have used Boots Pull ups and found these a lot easier to get on. I would definitely recommend them if money wasn't an issue but for me I find them a bit expensive. I will still use them after swimming as my little one refuses to lie on the change mat when we are there.

AgitaStamere Mon 15-Jul-13 13:45:40

Nappies arrived couple days ago. Tried them, I am quite happy.
Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Easy to use, comfortable, with soft sides and yes - would and will use them again. Only they could stay dryer, even if I change my sons nappy every 1,5-2h I still feel that they are a little bit wet.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes, I found them easy to use, but I have dilemma - I would like that the sides would open a little bit more easy, but if that would make them not soft, than it is good as it is.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Yes, I have tried Huggies Step in. I liked that huggies are a little bit thinner, but didn't like sides - they opened nice and easy, but was with sharp corners.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, I would recommend. They are in good price, comfortable and do their job.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They could be a little bet cheaper, but in general price is quite good.

firawla Mon 15-Jul-13 13:56:50

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

yes i would they are convenient and as my boy is 3 so older than average in nappies (sn) i rather he wears a pull up style

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

yes

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

yes i have, and they compare well

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

yes for the conveniece of not having to lie down your child to change them

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

yes

mrsreedman Mon 15-Jul-13 14:01:42

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
I am using them on DD 16m they seem to be more comfortable on her than usual pampers, although they seem slightly smaller than regular nappies, I would use these again, but would buy next size up from usual nappies.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not? Yes, nappy changes are much easier and faster than with normal nappies, my daughter prefers standing which is totally achievable with these
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Ive used huggies pull ups before, i found these pants much much better and hold urine much better without leakages
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not? yes, the absorbacy is that of a regular nappy and the ease of changing especially for toddlers is great
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why
very competivitely priced in the market, definately worth paying for!!!

Really like these pants, my daughter has been really happy in them and hasnt suffered any nappy rashes or leakages

billybear Mon 15-Jul-13 14:01:43

1 overall impression great design good feel to them ,easy to put on.i would use again.2very absorbent,love design,3 great not used similar thing before , 4 I would recommend to all my friends, just so easy to use no leaking sift. 5 not the cheapest, but so good they are worth a little bit more, will look out for them on offer

helsbels03 Mon 15-Jul-13 14:03:51

Nappies arrived before the weekend and have been using them on ds age 2,7mths size 6. He was a little skeptical as the other brand we had been using had pictures of his favourite film character on. Dora didn't have the same appeal. However, they do not leak unlike the other brand, and seem to fit a lot better too. I will def recommend these and buy again. But 1 big improvement could be side opening like the other brand have, so they can be changed as a pull up or as a nappy (in cases of poo).

jessica789 Mon 15-Jul-13 14:18:59

I tested size 5 on my 3 year old for night time use (he's dry in the day).

Q1. I really rate them and will definitely use them again - they hold wee in well, they look comfy, and are soft to the touch.

Q2. Yes, they are very convenient and easy to use. It doesn't seem right using a fastening nappy once a child is potty trained. My son can easily pull these down and up again if he needs to go to the toilet in the night (although I do have to check he's adjusted right to avoid risk of leakage!). I like the tab on the back to fold them up securely - helps keeps the smell in when they are in the nappy bin.

Q3. I've been using different brands of pull up for my son since he started potty training nearly 2 years ago. Pampers are the best in my opinion. I've found Huggies to be a bit plasticy, and some of the supermarket own brands are a bit papery and less absorbent. The pictures on his pull ups are very important to my son, at first he was resistant to having a picture of a girl on the front (he's never seen Dora the Explorer) but once we explained that Diego was a boy he was happy. I think he preferred the old design though.

Q4. I would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents, for the reasons explained above.

Q5. They are in the highest price bracket which makes them considerably more expensive than supermarket brands which is why I tend to only buy them when they are on offer, even though I rate them higher.

hytheliz Mon 15-Jul-13 14:27:34

My son is 19 months old and I tried the size 5 Easy ups.
Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
They were very easy to use and I would use them again because they prevented leaks and were comfortable.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, convenient and easy to use.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I'd say they were very similar to other brands that I have tried.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Sure. They are reliable.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why
I think they're significantly more than every other nappy brand out there.

mejon Mon 15-Jul-13 14:31:11

Q1 DD2 is 2.5m and eventhough she doesn't watch it, she recognised the Dora picture on the front and was very keen to wear them. I have used the Easy Up nappies with an older child and would probably use them again though not at the moment as I tended to use them for night-time when DD1 was dry during the day.

Q2 Yes, the nappies were easy and convenient to use. The first day we used them they lasted a good few hours but the 2nd afternoon I found they filled up very quickly and DD was keen to take them off. Having said that, I did use them overnight once (after DD had removed her usual nappy 4 times in less than 15 minutes!) and they lasted until morning with no leaks.

Q3 I've used both Easy Up pants and the Lidl equivalent before. The only real difference is in the price tbh.

Q4 I probably would recommend them. Pampers are my nappy of choice (but only when I can buy in bulk).

Q5 I don't think they're particularly good value for money - similar ones can be purchased cheaper in bigger packs but you pay for convenience and a brand name.

blueeyes79 Mon 15-Jul-13 14:31:59

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants?

They were nice, didn't like the piece of tape at the back of them though.

Would you use them again? yes when my baby is a little bigger as they leaked because he was too small.
If so, why? because they had a nice feel to them and look -

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not? Yes easy to use.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare? no never used any verson of pull ups on these.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? yes liked the dora design on them but my son is too small to understand.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Yes good value for money .

Pampers Easy Up Pants:

Number of nappies in each pack
Size 4 Size 5 Size 6
Carry Pack (£6.49) 22 20 19
Economy Pack (£7.49) 28 26 24
Jumbo Pack (£12.99) 50 46 42
Mega Pack (£15.00) 75 69 64

pearlfox Mon 15-Jul-13 14:44:58

They are pretty good actually. I was pleasantly surprised as I thought they would be a bit of a nightmare to use getting on and off etc. But my lottle boy seems to quite like them. He is 27 months now and starting to become quote independent. Think these are a great way to help him plus they are comfortable for him and absorbant. 10/10 so far

Michfell Mon 15-Jul-13 14:56:12

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I was very impressed with these nappies not only are they easy to get on and off easier than I thought, love the design to.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes very.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Yes I have but no where near as good as pampers.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes I would definately I will recommend these to all my friends with babies.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Great value for money as they last longer so you don't have to change baby as often.

BinarySolo Mon 15-Jul-13 15:16:17

I tried size 5 nappies, my son is 2 years 2 minths old.

Q1 I thought the nappies were good overall. Although they seemed much narrower than a standard nappy and the fit wasn't quite as good we had no leaks. They were very easy to get on and off and my son liked them. I probably wouldn't buy them tho, as although they were excellent, they are double the price of our normal nappies.

Q2 the easy ups were very easy to use. Much easier to get them on a wriggling 2 year old. He seemed to prefer them too.
Q3 Never used any others.

Q4 yes I would recommend easy ups. They are very convenient to use and we had no leaks using them.

Q5 The easy ups are twice the price of my normal nappy brand, which fit well and don't leak so I don't think they represent good value for money. If they were just a couple of pounds more then I'd have been more inclined to say they were good value and buy them for the convenience.

I couldn't work out how the tape thing on the back was supposed to hold the used nappy shut. Good idea to include something like that but it didn't quite work!

Riella Mon 15-Jul-13 15:28:47

Q1, My daughter is 16 mths old and I don't think we are ready for pull ups yet. These nappies don't fit her the same way as regular nappies and it did result in some really messy accident (these pull ups tended to slip to the side for some reason on the bottom).

Q2, It was neither easier or more difficult to change. Just different

Q3, No, I have not used pull ups before

Q4, It depends on the circumstances. Right now I think it is more to older toddlers who are getting close to be introduced to toilet/potty use. It isn't as absorbent as regular nappies and they neither fit the same way.

Q5, I think these pull ups are rather expensive for an average household to be used as regular nappy alternative. However it has it's place when a toddler is actively being potty trained.

Rumours Mon 15-Jul-13 15:40:43

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Overall I liked these nappies and would use them again. They were easy to get on and off, which I have sometimes struggled with in the past.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

They were very convenient and easy to use, ds could easily get them on and off.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

These pampers easy up pants were a lot easier to use than other brands we have tried.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes I would recommend.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are a little pricey for my budget, but are good value I feel.

Pampers Easy Up Pants:

Number of nappies in each pack
Size 4 Size 5 Size 6
Carry Pack (£6.49) 22 20 19
Economy Pack (£7.49) 28 26 24
Jumbo Pack (£12.99) 50 46 42
Mega Pack (£15.00) 75 69 64

happyhanz Mon 15-Jul-13 15:43:28

I got my pack last week and first impressions were good.
My son is 22 months old and is in the size 4 pull ups.
Q1: I really like the design of the pull ups and so far so good well done pampers!!
Q2: I did find the pull ups easy to use and finally a product my husband can use as he still cant master getting the nappy on correctly.
Q3:This is the first time I have used pull ups and I will carry on with them after my supply of nappies have ran put.
Q4:I will defiantly recommend to friends as I find they are easy to use and are roughly the same price as nappies anyway.
Q5:No nappy is value for money as I wouldn't like to know how much ive spent in 22 months but needs must as they say as long as they are included in supermarket offers I will be happy.

deeps79 Mon 15-Jul-13 16:09:35

Q1 My overall impression of these pants were great, and my son loves Dora and Diego (bonus)

Q2 I did find them easy to use as did my toddler

Q3 These pampers easy up pants were a lot easier to use than other brands we have tried.

Q4 Yes I would recommend. They are priced well too.

Q5 I think they are very good value for money. I have just ordered a large pack online, many thanks. It nice to try a product before buying smile

SummerZ82 Mon 15-Jul-13 16:12:37

Mine arrived a few days ago and have been using them with my 11 month old. She is too young to appreciate the great design but I was impressed with it smile I find them really easy to use much better than standard nappies however the only thing stopping me buying them all the time is the cost. Standard nappies are much cheaper.

shelley72 Mon 15-Jul-13 16:15:49

Marking place as pull ups arrived at end of last week so trying out for first time tomorrow

lucyaj Mon 15-Jul-13 16:17:01

Overall impression was very good.
Both me and my son found them easy to use and easier to get on than other brands we've tried.
Would recommend to other parents and will be buying some more as feel they are value for money.

ScardyNinja Mon 15-Jul-13 16:19:41

Q1 I will definitely buy these as they are great for nappy changes on a mobile baby
Q2 Very very convenient and easy and not bulky so good under clothes too.
Q3 not tried any others don't think I will either
Q4 I so and have already recommended these as they are absorbent and tin and as good as I come to expect from pampers
Q5 As with most things you get what you pay for, they are not the cheapest but they are good value for money

Pampers Easy Up Pants size 4 on 11 month old walker!

Snowflakepie Mon 15-Jul-13 16:30:16

DD is 3.5, tested size 6. Used at night only as she is dry in the day.

Q1. Overall I was a bit disappointed in these. They don't seem big enough although they didn't leak. The elastic inside seemed to get caught in DDs bottom and bits and so we ended up with many nights where she called for us to help as the nappy was bothering her! Now she is 37lbs so I accept on the larger side, but there's no upper limit on these pull ups. She also couldn't pull them up or down by herself so they wouldn't help with night time training for us. Really didn't like the Dora design, we don't watch that show or have sky. Would much prefer a non-brand character like the new active fit pampers.

Q2. Not very convenient. DD couldn't use them by herself and I don't generally find normal nappies to be very troublesome. But then, I only deal with 1 a day now. Trying to position the elastic inside was more of a nuisance.

Q3. Never used any pull ups before.

Q4. Wouldn't recommend them to my friends with similar age children, no. Too fiddly. We potty trained by going completely without nappies when DD was ready so I don't really see a need for that stage either tbh.

Q5. I think they are pricey for something that doesn't seem to offer an advantage over other nappies. I use the pampers active fit nappies normally and they are much better on DD, and cost less.

Samichuboo Mon 15-Jul-13 16:32:10

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Dd like the pics of Dora on front. We use cloth nappies during day but at night us disposables for a good nights sleep and these performed as well as normal pampers. Will definately use the again.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

We're very easy to slide on and fit was lovely. Have found tab ones a little long but these were just right. Dd has also learnt how take tabs off so the pull on ones have been great especially on these hot nights as don't have to worry about jammies to keep them on!

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?have not used pull ups before but very impressed.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Would definately recommend as good fit and keep bottom dry especially overnight.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

As we combine nappies the price is ok for us but would be a little pricy if using all the time.

Thanks for choosing us!

Samichuboo Mon 15-Jul-13 16:33:59

Forgot to add 13month dd, size 4

Hacko1 Mon 15-Jul-13 16:47:40

Got them last week I've used them on my little one he just starred moving around a lot more they didn't rub, good absorbance definitely a product I'd purchase easy to get on and off I only ever use pampers so value for money wise I'd pay whatever was charged they are more expensive than supermarket brand but better quality and softer my baby gas no nappy rash or irritation which cheaper brands tend to cause. I would strongly recommend these to all mums infact ill have a years supply to trial if you like ;-)))

J3nnifer Mon 15-Jul-13 17:31:11

Q1 My son has just turned 3 and we were using the size 6.

Thought they were great – easy to put on and no leaks at all. Would definitely use them again. Nice to see him without a bulky nappy under his clothes.

Q2 I found them very easy to use and he found them comfortable. Found it easy to change him standing up too, great when you’ve got a wriggly child and need to change him quickly. Also helped getting him used to pulling pants up and down at the potty/toilet.

Q3 First time using pull-ups.

Q4 I’d definitely recommend them to other parents, particularly for the convenience when you’re out and about.

Q5 I’ve always used Pampers, so would probably buy them anyway unless they were considerably more expensive than Huggies or own-brand equivalents. Like the others on here I would buy them when they’re on offer.

Thanks for letting us take part in the product test!

Aoifeos Mon 15-Jul-13 18:12:51

My Son is 8 mths and I tried size 4 easy up pants...
Q1 No I wouldn't use them again right now maybe when my baby is older and beginning to toilet train ?? I Found them to be quite inconvenient for my small baby
Q2 I found them difficult to use for my small baby it was hard to put cream on the baby and then get the pants up without smudging the cream up his back also as he is not yet standing it was difficult to pull them up
Q3 I haven't used a pull up before.
Q4 I would not recommend them for parents of young babies, if a friend had a toddler i would probably tell them to give them a go...
Q5 I felt that they were a bit expensive as they weren't as absorbant as normal pampers nappies so you had to change baby a bit more often

Dimple27 Mon 15-Jul-13 18:45:53

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants?
I found these nappies very easy to use on a wriggly baby who won't keep still for nappy change time.
Very good quality and kept my little one dry through the night.

Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes I would, ease of use and good dryness through the night.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes I did. As stated when trying to change my little one who just wants to roll about! Very easy to just pop on him.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Easier to use than a normal nappy.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes I would, especially if they have a wriggly little one! Keeps them dry through the night.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
They are a little expensive, but with vouchers and deals I guess it would lower the price.

I had size 4

Lcezo Mon 15-Jul-13 18:56:28

My son is 2 years & 5 months and we had size 6.

Q1 Really good overall impression. Slim fitting, great design (sons very impressed with Diego!) would definitely use again. As the transition into potty training looms ever closer they are a lot less messing about than a nappy.
Q2 Very convenient to use. Son can step in and out nicely with no faffing about.
Q3 Only ever used Pampers pull ups.
Q4 I would most definitely recommend Pampers pull ups as a fuss free, slightly more grown up take on nappies for your older toddler.
Q5 I do think they are good value. You can usually find them on offer somewhere too which makes it he cost even better. Had no leakages either which is great.

Pinkpiglet Mon 15-Jul-13 19:07:49

We tested size 4 nappies for my 15mo dd.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
I was impressed with the nappies. They do seen slightly smaller than a size 4 active fit but that is probably as there is no option to vary how tight they are on the waist. They seem very absorbent. Possibly slightly bulkier than our usual nappies.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
They are very easy to use with a simple diagram of how to wrap it back up for disposal. They are much easier to get on a wriggly toddler than the traditional nappy style.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
No we haven't tried any other brands of this style.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I would, especially if they were struggling to get a nappy on securely without the baby escaping

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost.
They do seem quite expensive but I never buy nappies at the full rrp. I would certainly buy they if they were on offer.

crazyinlurve Mon 15-Jul-13 19:21:29

I was trying size 4 on my 2 year old smile

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Really impressed, easy to use and pull up and very absorbant.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Very convenient and save alot of time then using the normal nappies.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Yes we have used morrisons and asda's own pullups but pampers wins hands down with the absorbancy.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, i have alot of friends who are mums and dads - most people already appreciate the pampers brand.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are a little expensive compared to other stores brands but are worth the price due to their longlasting absorbancy ease of use.

you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Q1. 22months, wouldn't use again, bit fiddly.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
No, no better than regular nappies.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
No.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
No, they were no easier or quicker than regular nappies, and less absorbent. I think they also confused my potty training daughter as she didn't know if it was pants or a nappy so would do her business, then sit on her potty.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
Not for us, as they are more than regular nappies and not as good. Also no good at night, they leak!

msynica Mon 15-Jul-13 19:23:26

i ve got my nappies over week ago and we already used them all. my little girl realy love them

Tweet2tweet Mon 15-Jul-13 19:24:45

Dd is 2.3 and we had size 6

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would you use them again? If so, why? If not why not?
I would buy if on offer but not full price. No better than supermarket brand which is cheaper

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Okay but a bit of a balancing act ripping sides when full of poo blush

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Yes, compared well but didn't stand out as better.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Price would limit recommendations, having recognisable characters on nappy good though.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
No, much cheaper like for like alternatives. Own brands available that offer the same but a lot cheaper. The only difference is the recognisable characters.

DonnaRoll Mon 15-Jul-13 19:25:26

My daughter is 3 years and we tried size 5

Q1. Good quality and easy to put on. Would probably not purchase again as it confused my daughter, it is like a nappy but not a nappy and she did refer to them as 'nappies' not pants. For potty training, they are not helpful. I'm going to stick with putting her pants because she is able to tell instantly if she has had an accident.

Q2. I put them on my daughter quite easily, she found them harder to get off by herself.

Q3. I have tried Huggies Pull-ups in the past with my other children. I gave up with them and just put them in pants the whole time for potty training. Again, they got confused when they had pull-ups on. Useful for night time though.

Q4. I would recommend to other people for toddlers who are not ready for potty training as they are easy for them to step in and pull up. Cost my be prohibitive though.

Q5. Good value for money if you are only going to be using a few a day. Other wise they are quite expensive. Good for night time use.

km479 Mon 15-Jul-13 19:26:24

1. Easy to put on and take off - probably because they are a tad too big for my daughter. The absorbency is a lot less than normal pampers
2 much easier to put nappy on my wriggler which is only a good thing
3. Nope
4. I think so but would warn that they aren't very absorbent and more expensive. Good for transitional phase only
5. Expensive - would only buy if on offer and if weaning from normal nappies to pants was not going well!

amymouse Mon 15-Jul-13 19:45:08

Q1
Really pleased. I did thinbk at first I might have ordered the wrong size as they seem smaller than the Active Fit we have been using but once on they were positively roomy! I think they seem more absorbant than ActiveFit and DD definitely is more willing to put them on than a nappy.

Q2
Really convenient, especially for out and about. Very easy to use and reduce arguments at nappy change time!

Q3
Not used pull-ups until now but have always used Pampers and they are a continuation of a reliable brand.

Q4
Definitely. It is a step in the right direction for independance for children and one less worry for me knowing DD will stay comfortable in them.

Q5
The only draw back is the price. I would happily buy them (probably in bulk!) when on offer, but would have to weigh up with other nappies otherwise for budgeting. I've tried other brands of nappies before and all other brands seem to give DD a rash or be less absorbant sop we use far more, so Pampers is the only real choice I'd make. I would really like to continue using pull-ups after trialling these. It's sooner than I expected to start using them so will have to sit with budget and scour shops!

Indigo8 Mon 15-Jul-13 19:56:11

I've been trying the Size 4 Easy Ups with my 2.5 year old DD.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

We've tried the Tesco pull-ups, but the Pampers ones aren't so bulky and are more absorbent. DD is fairly new to pull-ups and is quite independent, so she loves the fact she can put them on herself. She knew the characters as we have a Dora duvet cover, but maybe something more generic might be better. Also quite "girly" perhaps? We really liked these and would definitely use them again. However, the price would put us off and we would only get them if they were part of a bulk offer.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Definitely convenient and easy to use - we liked them. They will also be useful when DD is potty -training but she's not ready to go out for a whole day in normal pants. these are a good compromise and will help in the in-between stage. However, the tab to wrap the nappy was a bit awkward to use or maybe I'm just thick.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

As said above we have used Tesco's own and the Pampers ones seemed not so bulky and more absorbent. However, Tescos own are much cheaper so we would probably go for the cheaper option. We have also tried Huggies which always seem too small.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, we would recommend them, although still think they're a bit expensive, especially if you have a larger family or more than one child in nappies (like me!)

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

See above.

Erinlyn Mon 15-Jul-13 20:01:10

My little girl loves the Dora and Diego design on the nappy. Normally she hates having a nappy change but she has been really excited when I ask if she wants a new Dora nappy. In comparing with a pull up pant from other brands, these are brilliant. They don't rip on the sides and have a good fit around the bum and legs. She has been comfortable wearing these. I have already recommended them to other families and have bought a pack to take on holiday for ease!
Thank you for choosing us to trial them!

mandydave3 Mon 15-Jul-13 20:05:38

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
I liked the idea of them however there too like nappies for me, i found the little one just weed in the as if they were a nappy. They leaked terribly too.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
They were easy to put on, he just had to step into them
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I have never used pull ups before
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
No, there pointless just like nappies, i woild rather just put pants on him and do the washing. my other 3 toilet trained by understanding there underwear was wet
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
I think if you were only using onea day then yes the price is ok, but if like me your childr uses them like a nappy then your going to need more than pne bag a week, which would be costly.

Spamdoodle Mon 15-Jul-13 20:08:03

My daughter is just 2 so we had the size 6 pull ups.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
The overall impression is good, they are easy to use, my daughter moves around in them very well and likes the fact she can pull them up herself when she has finished using the potty. I will be using them again.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
They are very convenient. They fit in my handbag a lot better than normal nappies do. The only problem I found with them was the sticky tab on the back, some times it would get stick to the back of my daughters skirt or shorts and it would be stuck when she was trying to pull her skirt / shorts down at toilet times and that would lose it stickiness so the pull up wouldn't seal closed or she would get in a bit of a state trying to pull shorts down when a pull up was stuck to her.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I tried Huggies before but found they leaked after only a small about of wee. The pampers are a lot better and during this hot weather my girl has been drinking loads so we have had extra potty trips and pull up changes.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I would recommend to others as my daughter has had better freedom of movement while wearing pull ups, also she has greater independence with being able to pull the pull up up and down.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
I think they are a bit on the expensive side, sometimes I have to be on a tight budget with the family as I have my daughter, 2 dogs, 30 wks pregnant, a house to run. So I think towards the end of a month I would find myself having to use cheaper nappies.

Thanks for the chance to try and express my opinion on the pull ups. :-)

Please state the age of your child and the size of Easy Up Pants you
were trying in your response.

DD is almost 2 1/2. (But she's small for her age, typically wears age 18-24 month clothes).

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Overall, I liked them. DD was able to put hem on herself easily and enjoyed her 'big girl nappies'. I'd se them again for potty training, but I think they're too expensive for general use.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes. Very convenient and easy to use.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Never used pull-up style nappies before.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes. For potty training.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
No. They're much more expensive than our regular nappies. I might use them short-term for potty training, but they're poor value for everyday use if you get through as many nappies as we do.

umiaisha Mon 15-Jul-13 20:13:15

Mine arrived last week:

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Great idea, would definitely buy again as they have really helped with potty training progress.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, far easier to change a wriggly 2 year old with these compared to standard nappies
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Yes - Boots own brand. Found the Pampers a far better fit and more absorbent.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
They are a bit expensive compared to standard nappies

badgerandbunny Mon 15-Jul-13 20:16:22

I've been testing the size 5 pull ups on my ds who is 19m old and is currently into sitting on the potty but with a nappy on!

Q1 Lovely and bright. DS loves them and they seem very comfortable. Would definately use again.

Q2 Great to help with potty training as we can pull these down when he decides he wants to sit on the potty and pull them up again later which I can't do with nappies. As he's not really ready to potty train yet this is a good compromise before we move to big boy pants.

Q3 I used pampers pull ups with my first child as well as some other supermarket brands and would definately go for these.

Q4 Yes I would recommend. They are great for potty training or as an alternative to pants when you might have a little accident such as during the night or on long car journeys.

Q5 I think they're a bit expensive but they can be reused if you dont have any accidents whereas with nappies they dont stick as well once opened once or twice.

Indith Mon 15-Jul-13 20:21:51

placemarking. I only just got my nappies and have yet to get dd into them. I'll be back at the end of theweek.

buzbyh Mon 15-Jul-13 20:29:54

My nappies arrived the other day, ive got to say im loving them!! My DD hasnt a clue who Dora is but still likes the picture on the front.

Q1) I have always used pampers and my dd has just got to the stage where easy up pants are suitable. I thought they seemed smaller than the active fit but once they werr on they fitted nice and snug.. I would buy these again if they were on offer, they are a tad expensive to use as an every day nappy. I love the tag on the back to keep them closed after use, really good idea. My husband said its not completly evident which side is the front! (We discussed about the picture after my daughters little leak!)

Q2) I found them pretty easy to get off but a little harder to get up. My dd has chunky legs so pulling them up was a hit of a fight but i suppose bying the next size up would sort this?

Q3) I have always used pampers nappies but havent tried pull ups yet, overall im impressed so far!

Q4) I like the charactors and really think that the absorption is good, the only downside for me is the cost. I think they will really support my dd through the potty training stage.

Q5) when buying nappies the cost is the first thing i look for..its one of the main reasons i move between active fit and baby dry..pampers really suit my dd so I end up searching the net to find where the offers are. 21p per nappy is quite expensive. I would have to look at alternatives as much as i wouldnt want to sad

actron123 Mon 15-Jul-13 20:41:35

I was using size 4 for my 14 old daughter. They're very easy to pull up and dry for a long time. Great for a hotter days when your on the beach. I've noticed my daughter was feeling better with them than with regular nappies. Pampers brand the best and I will definitely use them in the future! Good choice!

Ledkr Mon 15-Jul-13 20:55:30

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Lovely quality and so comfy too. Much nicer for my dd to wear especially in this hot weather and so easy to put on too.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, very easy and so much more convenient not having to lie dd down when we are out.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I've used Huggys but to me there's no comparison. The pampers ones are as good as a normal nappy whereas I find the others flimsy and feeble.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes for the quality and ease but not for training as for me that's not the answer.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
I think they are fairly expensive compared to nappies but I would pay more for the comfort and ease of use.

Dd is one if those chikdren who just uses a nappy to its full extent if she is wearing one despite being dry in pants!
For that reason I wouldn't use them to train but just for comfort at night or when travelling in the car.

Lana67 Mon 15-Jul-13 21:16:49

I received my little ones Pampers Easy Up Pants....loved them immediately as did toots.....excitement and squeals when she seen Dora and Boots on the pants...they are really easy for my little one to pull up and down and are very strong, unlike other brands I've used, that rip easily at the side...they are super absorbent too if she happens to have a little accident as they still feel nice and dry and don't irritate her skin. They fit really snug around her legs and waist so no leaks.. i loved that they were not bulky and looked like a padded nappy bottom...Overall we are delighted with them and definitely will stick to this brand. Thanks x

Deeplytired Mon 15-Jul-13 21:18:06

My ds is 8 months and we are trying the size 4 nappies

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Ok, so to start with the good points the absorbency is great, like all pampas range. However pulling the nappies up is not easy as my ds is not standing by himself yet and I have to lean him against me while I pull them up. So it's a bit scary as I keep thinking he is going to lurch in another direction. As a result I think he is too early for this kind of nappy. I would probably wait to use them again until he is older.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Not really, due to my comments above.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Never used them again.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, but not for 8 months. I think the baby should be older.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They seem quite expensive compared to other nappies. I am happy with more traditional nappies for now which are cheaper.

ilovepicnmix Mon 15-Jul-13 21:31:10

1. My lo hates having his nappy changed so these were a lot quickereven though he does not stand independently yet. They felt nice to the touched and just looked quality. They were a good fit
2. Yes. As above.
3. I have not used a pull up before.
4. I would for the ease of putting them on.
5. If money was no object for me then id buy them from now on in. However, I couldn't justify the price difference.
My son is 12 months and in a size 4.

WhenIsDinnerReadyx3 Mon 15-Jul-13 21:35:31

Dd3 is 13 months and we used a size 4 pack.
Q.1. - I do really like these, definitely a help with a very wriggly baby who fights to get up, kicks, rolls over and often escapes half way through a nappy change! Quality is good.
However, i do still think pampers baby dry are the ultimate comfortable, soft nappy for a baby to wear. i have noticed that my dd gets a quite pronounced red line where the elastic round the pull up legs cuts in. I guess that ensures no leaks, but I don't get elastic indentation marks when she's wearing a "baby dry" nappy.
As ever, with the pull ups, the pampers dryness protection is very good. With 3 dd's I've tried a lot of nappies, and for my girls, no other brand has been as dry, or as good at minimising leaks and nappy rash.
Q.2 - it is really convenient to be able to put these on with dd standing up and stepping her in. It's still a bit of a tussle pulling them up as she is only 13 months and not agile enough to step in without help, and they do get a bit stuck sometimes on the pulling up bit! But it's easier to let her get up after having to do cleaning and barrier cream lying down.
Q.3 - I have used Tesco and Sainsburys pull ups in the past with older dd's, and tried Tesco ones again a few months ago. I've found all the brands fit ok. But dd3 can get bad nappy rash and I do think the pampers ones keep her drier and protect her skin a lot better. She did seem to get worse nappy rash with the Tesco ones a few months ago, so I wouldn't buy those again.
Q.4 - I would definitely recommend these to any parent with a wriggly baby who's resisting nappy changes. I've used mine overnight and dd still stayed dry. However, I found with my older dd's that pull up nappies didn't solve the potty training problem because they still didn't feel they'd "had an accident". It did help that we could put them up and down like pants though when they were bigger.
Q.5 - it's hard to call these good value when they are clearly the most expensive nappy you could buy! Even when compared to all the other pampers options. However if you have a baby with sensitive skin that reacts with a rash to any urine or poop next to their skin, then my experience is that pampers are the best you can get to help them. Also, if you have a very wriggly strong baby that dislikes lying down for changes, then pull ups are a good option. Dd3 is definitely a 2 man job if I ever have another pair of hands available to help me!

Annieuk75 Mon 15-Jul-13 21:41:36

Q1 Very good first impressions. Feel nice and soft, so would be comfy for my little girl. The pictures are very appealing, even though she doesn't know the character. Would definitely use them again.

Q2 Much easier than using a nappy, don't always have to find a toilet with baby changing facilities, as you can change them standing up. The tab on the back was really useful to seal when throwing away. I used these with my son years ago and they took the tab off. I commented to Pampers that it was really useful, so I'm glad to see they have started using them again.

Q3 Much better than other brands I have used. The sides are very strong and don't come apart like others.

Q4 Yes, they provide good coverage and we have had no leaks.

Q5 I never pay full price for nappies, and always stock up when I see them on offer. Also worth stocking up on the next size too! The Pampers are reasonably priced though.

DHtotalnob Mon 15-Jul-13 21:53:45

DD is 19months and is in a size 5.

They were fine. She's not at all happy with lying down for nappy changes any more so these are perfect for grabbing her as she runs past and panting her up.

I've also used Nature Babycare pull-ups. The nappy version were fine, but the pull-ups dont seem as soft as the pampers and they don't roll and stick afterwards.

I used pull-ups for my older daughter when she was nearing toilet training, but actually they're useful for younder ones as well. I was a bit worried that she'd take them off herself, but not so far.....

I would recommend them. Not so keen on the TV characters, but that's no biggie (although DD would prefer a duck or something and has no idea who Dora et al is).

I thought they were just for toilet training but that is not the case!

As for price - I never dare look at the prices and just hope there is an offer on.........

mountberry Mon 15-Jul-13 22:02:53

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

These look good and are easy to use. Not loving the Dora cartoon, didn’t bother pointing it out to DS, if it had been Bob the Builder or an Octonaut we may have had more success. Not sure if I would use again, I found it just as easy to use a nappy and I can change one of those without having to remove trousers properly.
We used size 5 and DS is 2.6

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Easy to get on and off providing that it only contains wee. If there’s poo in there it’s difficult not to get it everywhere. The sticky tape to help close it is good but possibly not long enough.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

We use Huggies swim nappies. In the size we use they have Velcro sides which is helpful.
We’ve tried others but not for significant lengths of time not sure which ones as we were given a bundle. In comparison I found them much the same.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

This depends on what you want to use them for. As a nappy they are fine and we didn’t have any problems with leakage. DS is securely attached to his nappy and despite referring to these as pants he just used them like a normal nappy. I may consider them if we were going on a long motorway journey.
I want a pull up pant that will help DS recognise that he’s wee’d/ poo’d and contain any accidents but not have the full absorbency of a nappy. A pull up pant that has “up to 12 hours” protection is a nappy

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

No, for what we’ve experienced I’ll just stick with nappies

SarcasticMrKnowItAll Mon 15-Jul-13 22:09:44

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Easy to use, will use again.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Very convenient and easy to use.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
We haven't used to pull up nappies before.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Would recommend.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
Good value for money

Pumpkinsquid Mon 15-Jul-13 22:18:43

q1 very easy to use, comfortable and my son age 3 can pull them up and down for potty use himself. We only used them for night time and have had a few "accidents at night but no leaks. Will def use again.

Q2 very easy and convienient

q3 tried the huggies variety, and whilst thinner they leaked andwere more difficult for DS to use independently

Q4 yes!

Q5 yes very good value considering they dont leak!

Ds is 3 and we used size 6

HazelDormouse Mon 15-Jul-13 22:34:58

My ds is 3 years old (Size 6). I was impressed with the ease of the Pampers Easy Up Pants. I found them convenient. Great for long car journeys when you are not absolutely confident whether there will be an accident or not. My ds was using the toilet when using the Pampers Pants. I would only recommend them for a child who will use the toilet/potty. Could be confusing otherwise. They are more expensive than nappies, but you shouldn't be needing to change that many if dc is using potty/toilet. I see them as a reassuring safety blanket. (Not used any other pull ups.)

Tested on my 23 month old DS.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not? They really are easy to pull up *They were very absorbent and seemed to compress better in by handbag.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not? Very much so.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare? No, I haven't.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not? I already have! Recommended to a friend whose 15 month old DD won't lie down for nappy changes anymore.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why? they are pretty expensive!

Gforce18 Mon 15-Jul-13 22:44:28

Ive been trying them out have ti say think they're great they hold eveything in like a nappy but with the convenience of pull ups my wee girl loves them

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants?

Nice design, and quite slim. I find some supermarket own nappies too bulky.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

We are just starting potty training so I'm trying to get my LO used to pulling pants up and down. I found them very convenient and my daughter did too.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children?

I've used Huggies Pullups on my elder child.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents?

Yes, I would.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Yes, they are good value as they were secure and easy to use for both of us!

Lauralou2307 Mon 15-Jul-13 23:39:48

Easy up pants were easy to use and handy to have in the bag i got the size 5 and left plenty of wriggle room for my baba to toddle around and play :D

TurnipIsTaken Mon 15-Jul-13 23:45:21

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Look quite nice but ds has no idea who Dora is as we don't have Sky or whatever she is on. Like the stripes and the material seemed soft. Don't know if I will buy any as Ds has been quick with potty training, so only using for nighttime - depends if he is dry at night before I run out of various stashes.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Ish but I actually find pullups a bit fiddly to get on him. I have been putting nappies on ds standing up for two years so maybe I just find that easier. These didn't seem that much simpler as he had a bit of trouble stepping into them.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

No, I bought some Huggies on offer but not used them yet.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Not specifically Pampers to be honest, I don't think they have massively superior features to other pullups I've seen.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

No seem expensive to me. But I only buy nappies when they are on offer.

Mum2DaisyAndAlfie Mon 15-Jul-13 23:52:24

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I will try the next size up as son leaked at night time in them. Other wise very convenient for on the go baby.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Very convenient. Great for toddlers who don't want to stop and lay down

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Not used any others

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes fit convenience

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
I would say so. As long as they don't leak, comfy and move around ok in them then works out at not very much per nappy

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Theses are great! It was my first time using pull ups with 10 month old DS and they are a revelation. Nappy changes are usually a nightmare as he wriggles away sometimes taking mess with him. Nappy changes have become much quicker with less wrestling. Small point but I hate character tie-ins! DS too young to notice anyway.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes definitely especially when out and about using public baby changes when I just want to be in and out as fast as possible!

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I used pull ups before when DD was older but not on such a young baby.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes definitely for babies who don't lie still!

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are more expensive than supermarket own brand but I would buy them if they were on offer. On fact I'll be keeping an eye out to check going forwards.

Gemshannonsmum Tue 16-Jul-13 07:22:51

Love these pampers pull ups, my lg loves Dora on the the front smile i was so happy to receive my parcel in the post started using them straight away.

Tattle Tue 16-Jul-13 07:47:49

I got the size 4 for my 3yr old girl and first impression when getting them ready to put on is they are nice and flexible at the waist and were easy to put on.
I use pull ups only for night times and long trips Incase dd can't hold on to her wee,no wee accidents to report though.
She can pull them down easily and back up a bit easier than other brands I have used.
Also one good thing is I could tell which way the pull ups went on because of the Dora pictures on the front and simple design on the back as i have had trouble recognising with other brands before due to too much colour and design.

emmaleegrech Tue 16-Jul-13 08:11:52

Q1. My son is 6 months and has just started to crawl. I found these nappies much easier than the normal stap on ones as he wriggles so much when I try and put a nappy on! He's very happy for the nappy to come off but not to go on! The convenience of just pulling it on and off is great and I was really happy that its so simple. They stay In place and I think would be great as starter pants. The only down side was that they are with Dora, which being a boy doesn't appeal to him as it would if it was jake and the never land pirates or something similar

Q2. I found them much easier like I said previously And my son also appreciated that as he didn't struggle as much

Q 3. I've never used similar nappies as I always use pampers and previously used huggies. I've found pampers nappies very good, and even though their cost is a bit higher than other brands I still think they're worth it.

Q4. I've already recommended these nappies to a friend mostly because of their convenience and easiness

Q5. I think the price is reasonable although if it was a little cheaper would be better as my son goes through about 2-3 packets if nappies each week and the it can be costly although its something that's essential. I usually wait for the boots 'buy 2 get 1 free' offers and bulk buy to last me until their next offer

Becks100000 Tue 16-Jul-13 08:21:12

I got the size for for my 3 year old Son, he loved the images on the front and is used to wearing the pull ups now. My Son only wears them at bedtime as we are still working on training at night. He finds them easy to pull up or down to use the potty before going to bed. In the mornings they were very wet and a couple of patches on the bed sheet. They are very expensive compared the own brand pull ups which work just as well but they don't have characters on them.

I would buy these again if they were on offer.

Becks100000 Tue 16-Jul-13 08:22:14

I got the size 4 for for my 3 year old Son, he loved the images on the front and is used to wearing the pull ups now. My Son only wears them at bedtime as we are still working on training at night. He finds them easy to pull up or down to use the potty before going to bed. In the mornings they were very wet and a couple of patches on the bed sheet. They are very expensive compared the own brand pull ups which work just as well but they don't have characters on them.

I would buy these again if they were on offer.

msynica Tue 16-Jul-13 08:59:29

hello.
q1 i definitly will use the papers easy up pants again. my daughter like them and i dont need to fight with her to put them up
q2. that nappies are very easy to use
q3. i have never use that kind of nappies before but we are using papmers brand anyway
q4. i would reccomend that nappies to any parents because they are good quality for not bad price
q5. they well worth to pay for them little bit more than others because in this same you use 10 pampers nappies and probably something like 20 other brand nappies

rufus5 Tue 16-Jul-13 09:11:04

Q1 Excellent quality, but too pricey. I really like the reliability of Pampers and would choose them first over all other brands if price was not an issue, but money is too tight and I generally go with supermarket own brands.
Q2 Very easy to use, except when removing when dirty - the sticky tab is of no real benefit to contain contents.
Q3 Yes, and they compare very favourably.
Q4 I definitely would if they were interested in the best quality, but not if they are more interested in the best value.
Q5 No, I find them too pricey. Although they are better than any other brand I have used they are not so much better to merit the added expense.

IncaAztec Tue 16-Jul-13 09:29:05

lease state the age of your child and the size of Easy Up Pants you
were trying in your response.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes would try them again, I like the fit of pampers and I think they are a brand which tends to keep my little one dry better.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes, very convenient, easy to take off and on. My daughter even tries to help a bit which is a good step.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

No, never.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, I would recommend them. Especially to people who have children who are just beginning potty training.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are good value in the bigger packs (mega) etc. The smaller ones, not so.

PearlyWhites Tue 16-Jul-13 09:37:56

Tested size four on my 11 month old ds
Q.1 I loved them, yes I would use them again as they made nappy changes a lot easier.
Q.2 yes, my ds refuses to lie down for nappy changes but he happily stepped into these.
Q.3 yes, they were less bulky and the dora/ diego design was much nicer.
Q.4 yes, because they are a good fit with no leaks, stress free to use and a child friendly motif.
Q.5 no, they are quite expensive and packs are small. Other brands are not quite as good but still keep my baby dry and comfortable for less cost.

cfdb Tue 16-Jul-13 10:13:08

Boy age 24 months, size 5

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
My son really liked the pictures on the front, though he had no idea who they were. I would use them again as they are much easier to get on after using the toilet when my son is standing up.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
They were very convenient and easy to use.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I haven't used pull ups before on my own child but have used them on my nephew when he stayed over but he was unable to stand at the time and he's very fat so they were very difficult to use on him. The stretch in these made them easy to get on and off.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I would if they were cheaper but i couldn't recommend them at the current price.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
They are far too expensive. I can get 20 pampers nappies in size 5 from tescos for £3.50, which is nearly half the price! other brands of pull ups are not as expensive either. I couldn't justify spending this much money on them, sorry.

nrdodd Tue 16-Jul-13 10:30:57

Very good easy to use product.

cherylconnor2013 Tue 16-Jul-13 11:05:20

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I really liked them because it is a lot easier to get them on my son when he starts to wriggle. I would use them again. My son also loved the picture on the front on them.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

They were very convenient and easier to use in comparison to normal nappies.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I've never used this type of nappy before but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked them.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

I would definitely recommend pampers easy ups to other parents because they are just so easy to use.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I do think they are a bit too expensive compared to the rest of the similar products in the market place at the moment.

cherylconnor2013 Tue 16-Jul-13 11:07:04

My son is 19 months old and I used size 5 pampers easy ups on him.

msapriza Tue 16-Jul-13 11:59:20

Fantastic!!! wonderful timing! My little one (19 months) is free of nappy now, thanks to the bag that you send us. I will fully recommend your product, but I think it is a little bit expensive at the supermarket.
Thanks a lot.
Maria

msapriza Tue 16-Jul-13 12:01:46

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Fantastic, will use it for sure on my next potty trainning smile

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
yes!

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Yes, 3 years ago and it was pampers!

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
For sure, 100%

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
I think it is something I will invest just for potty training, but they are expensive for a daily use.

twinklestar84 Tue 16-Jul-13 12:12:16

My lil one absolutely loved it. Thank you Pampers. I'm enjoying uninterrupted sleep these days.

HairyPoppins Tue 16-Jul-13 12:23:53

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Really happy with them, bit on the pricey side but they fit well and DD likes them so that's good enough for me. DD now asks to wear her 'Dora pants' and it's getting her ready for wearing real pants as she found an earlier attempt at transition from nappies to knickers pretty traumatic. One thing I have noticed is that they keep DD very very dry, which makes starting to potty train harder as she doesn't know when she's wet.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

I thought we'd have problems with runny poos put I just rip or cut the sides during changes so it's like using a regular nappy and everything stays contained. The cut of the pants makes them quite bulky/poofy especially around the crotch and initially when we tried them with DD she pulled at them a lot and told us they were too big.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

No, this was our first time using pants-style nappies.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, but I'd be wary about using them too young because of the expense, we are just about ready for potty training so hopefully won't be in them too long.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

We're hoping to get to the only required at night stage pretty quickly, so the cost should balance out. I wouldn't have used them unless we were starting to potty train.

Some additional feedback - it was only yesterday that I discovered the way to wrap these using the piece of scotch tape on the back of the nappy - I only noticed it for the first time when it had stuck to DS2's shorts and ripped the nappy, resulting in crystals everywhere. I thought it was a manufacturing fault and a piece of tape had just got stuck, until the first one I used today had tape on, so I had a proper look at the packaging.

I've now had 2 nappies get stuck to shorts because of the tape, resulting in crystal explosion.

karolinacurylo Tue 16-Jul-13 13:11:44

Thank you very much Pampers for giving me opportunity to try Pampers Easy Up's. That was new experience, little bit hard from the beggining to change with poo, as they are like normal pants. and a sticky strip should be a little bit longer. and cotton sides more durable.also even when size is alright, but baby sleeps on back wee is going all over the place, as is not stretchy and sticky stripe like with normal nappies.
However we really enjoed them and deffinetelly will buy them again.
Karolina xxx

Fredsterboo Tue 16-Jul-13 13:31:13

Q1 Really liked the Easy Ups - my 16 month old is a nightmare wriggler when I'm trying to change him and these are a good solution. Colourful, no leakage. Will be using them again.
Q2 The nappies are really easy to use as it means I don't have to have my little one laid on the floor all the time - good when out and about!
Q3 I have used other pull up nappies with my older child and pampers rate as the best alongside Lidl pull ups. I have found some of the others have a tendency to leak and tear down the sides very easily.
Q4 I have recommended Pampers Pull ups to friends. Especially those with very fidgety kids like my own!
Q5 Quite happy to pay the money for them as I don't really tend to notice price of nappies. I am aware that they are more expensive than normal nappies and quite a lot more than the pull ups bought from Lidl so would be interested to know why they are more expensive

booieaaa Tue 16-Jul-13 13:39:36

My LO is 5 months and we used size 4
Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Great nappies, I would use them again but when my LO is potty training.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

I found them very easy to use.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I used huggies with my other children and I found they would rip too easily on the sides.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes I would because they fit really well around the legs and waist and absorb anything well.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

You get what you pay for if I was rolling in it I would buy them but when they are 20p+ a nappy I think I'll wait for when they are on offer.

NotDoris Tue 16-Jul-13 14:20:49

We used size 5 around my sons 2nd birthday.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
I liked them. They were soft and comfortable, easy to pull up. Didn't like the Dora design, didn't know she was still on tv! I don't like characters of clothes though, I'd prefer plainer designs. Didn't use them overnight as B often leaks out of a size 5+ and these pants just didn't look substantial enough for 12 hours at night.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, easy to use unless I was out and had to untie and remove his shoes to put the new one on. I tended to replace with a nappy in that case. Good in this weather without a vest though as he has no tabs to undo!

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I use sainsburys own pull ups as B is starting up tell me when he needs a poo but still had no idea of wee yet!
I prefer the sainsburys nappies as they have a plain pattern (jeans style pocket on the back) and they seem to hold more and keep their shape better- the pampers go lopsided when full. I also prefer the Velcro sides on the sainsburys nappy pants, it means its possible to fold it like a nappy when dirty.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Probably not, I prefer the sainsburys ones and the pampers are so expensive. Also, I can't see the point of pull up nappies for potty training, nappies soak up wee so why bother using the potty? In pants they can feel themselves getting wet.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
No, I think they are very expensive, nearly double the price of sainsburys.

jemimaladie Tue 16-Jul-13 14:55:28

my son is 2 and half and we tested size 5
q1 I was extremely satisfied with the overall job of pampers nappies, id use them again if they were on special offer price.
q2 very easy to use when myself is putting them on my son, when he done it himself he often ripped them and so they were not useable
q3 these were the first pant style nappies iv used with my son so have no comparison
q4 id recommend them to other parents for the fact that they do as they say and if the toddler has an accident then it can be removed with no fuss made
q5 they are good value for money in that they do the job they advertise BUT knowing a lot of the mums are not on a luxcery budget I think the price is a bit expensive as iv seen other similar products for around 1/2 the price

frolixpk Tue 16-Jul-13 16:02:56

Easy up pants size 5, for my son who is just turning 3!

Q1 My son loved that these had Dora the explorer on them - it made him eager to try them on!
Q2 as easy to use as underpants, but with added protection for accidents.
Q3 We tried buggies before but my son didn't get on with them very well, and refused to potty train as they kept leaking if he had an accident!
Q4 If it came up in conversation, I would tell all, y friends about how easy they are to use.
Q5 I think they are reasonably priced, it meant a lot less use of the washing machine, so I think it balances out!

We both loved these pull ups, and my son actually enjoyed using them and is now getting quite good at going to the toilet on his own, because he has big boy pull ups on when he does miss time it he doesn't get upset that he has wet himself.

Rikalaily Tue 16-Jul-13 16:15:42

Tried these with dd3 who is 3 and we tried the size 5.

*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*

I really like these, we have tried a couple of other brands and these are the best by far, especially because of the sticky tab on the back. It's so annoying when you have to remove it by ripping the sides when soiled then have no way of sealing it shut afterwards before you bin it but that isn't a problem with these.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

I found them easy and convenient.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

We have tried a few other brands and the Pampers are the best.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

I would recommend them, because of the sticky tab at the back and their reliability.

*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*

I think they are expensive and should be cheaper, I get through a lot of them so it's pretty costly.

MaristelaMussulin Tue 16-Jul-13 18:28:20

Q1- I trialed size 4 on my 2 years old girl. These were lovely good fit I would definitely use them again.

Q2-I found these very easy to use and made nappy changes very easy

Q3-Dont, we traid of pull ups before, its good, but i think its a lit bit bigger, looks she has pee on the nappies

Q4-yes i would and have already discussed and recommeneded them.

Q5-There are cheaper alternatives but they might not be as good pampers and huggies

BigBugs Tue 16-Jul-13 19:11:46

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

A)Great first impression DD loved the Dora print on them and couldnt wait to put them on, i thought that they looked of very good quality and would use again.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

A) Yes they were very easy to use and convenient also.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

A)Yes i have used a cheaper supermarket brand and the pampers are clearly a much better pull up, better fit and DD appeared more comfortable and happier to wear them.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

A) I would recommend them and actually have to a few friends who are beginning to potty train and want to use pull ups at night.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

A) I think they are quite expensive and there are definitely cheaper pull ups out there, however in terms of quality they are worth the money in comparison to cheaper brands i have used.

GetKnitted Tue 16-Jul-13 20:24:40

DS is nearly 23 months and we're trying out a size 6 for night time.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Overall we've got on with them very well, we would definitely use them again.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
They were very convenient and easy to put on and take off (by ripping the sides)

We had a bit of a catastrophe the first night of using them, because on a sopping wet nappy DS added a sloppy poo, which unsurprisingly went on his legs. To be honest I can't think of a single nappy that could have dealt with it in terms of not leaking. However it did lead me to figure out that I had no idea how to use the sticky tab at the back to fully enclose a pooey nappy. I ended up ripping off the sticky tab completely and trying some kind of selotape attack on the ripped sides, but this wouldn't have been an issue for a normal nappy with the velcro tabs. Is there a special technique?

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
We haven't used pull ups before. At night we are using them in replacement of pampers baby dry size 5+, they are similar quality, per haps a bit more material round the waist in the pull ups (a good thing).

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes, if it came up then I would say we'd had a good experience with them.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
I think they are good value for money, but to be honest, at the moment we are going for actual cheapest of acceptable quality, so we probably wont' replace the normal nappies with pull ups for now.

stormywoman Tue 16-Jul-13 20:52:01

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
I really like those nappies, so easy to put on, they are like real pants smile
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
The best for active kids, and potty training. still aborbs liquids very well, babys skin is dry.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I use huggies pull ups, which I didn't really liked, because they will be wet if baby will pee. Pampers are great in this isue.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I would recommend pampers easy pull ups to parents who have active kids, and older than 9 months.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
Price is not bad compare with quality.

RUBY297 Tue 16-Jul-13 21:34:29

I liked the pull ups because they are a comfortable fit and we had no leaks. My little boy also likes the pictures even though he doesn't watch Dora . Peppa pig would have got him more excited or a cbeebies character that he recognised. I've used Huggies pull ups and they are less bulky but make my little boy's bottom sore. I've already recommended pampers easy ups to my friends because they are easier to use when toddlers don't want to stop what they're doing and lie down for a nappy change. They're good for starting to potty train too. The easy ups in my local Boots are more expensive than your recommended price and I think are the most expensive pull up nappies but I will still use them because I've preferred pampers for their quality since he was born.

GGG511 Tue 16-Jul-13 21:37:59

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
I liked how easy they are to get on and off and my daughter agreed. She started to change her own nappies! They cost the same as baby dry, so a good purchase, but I feel the capacity is not as good. Perhaps because my daughter is skinny and should just be in a smaller size than in baby-dry? 2 hours of weeing and the nappy would be falling off... saying that, they are not meant to be a traditional nappy - the purpose is potty training but my daughter just felt they were a different style of nappy!
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I've used Huggies and much prefer Pampers.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I would recommend them as pants (with an emergency nappy) but how you communicate with your child is vital. My daughter didn't really understand that they were 'pants'.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
They are good value as they are no more expensive than baby-dry. However, I only buy Pampers after trying Huggies and Pampers when my babies were small.

RUBY297 Tue 16-Jul-13 21:42:23

Forgot to say my little boy is 23 months and we trialled size 6

MrsSpencerReed Tue 16-Jul-13 21:57:41

My son is 35 months old, and we are using size 5
Q1 I would recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants for other children when they are potty training; however, for older children they are not absorbant enough for the volume produced so we have had a few accidents.
Q2 They are a good design. Easy for both me and my son to pull up and down. I like the sticky tab on the back to wrap up the used nappy.
Q3 I have tried the Huggies Pull Ups before but found them too scratchy. Pampers Easy Up Pants are vastly better for softness and the elastic is strong but doesn't dig in.
Q4 I would definatly recommend them to other parents, however I would warn against the "up to 12 hours of leakage protection", with my son I was having to change him every 4 hours if he remember to use the potty, or every 2 hours if he didn't.
Q5 I have always thought that nappies are expensive and after trying many "own brands" I have always come back to Pampers as they are so much better than any others on the market. But, we all love a bargin, and to be honest even making packs 50p cheaper would go a long way to helping the ever shrinking family budget.

Monikita8 Tue 16-Jul-13 22:12:32

My little one is 10 1/2 months and I'm using easy ups size 4.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I found them small initialy but after putting them on I ended up finding them big.... My little one is extremly active and nappy time specially poo ones are a nightmare. putting a nappy standing up and I get lots of smiles and huggs! he felt a sleep with the nappy on and when he woke up I had a wee surprise. so I'm not using them for sleep time. I found them hard to deal with when there is a poo but I think I need some training with this type of nappies as it is the first time I'm using them and I still have the tendency of puting my little one down to change.

PQ2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

they are easy to use a quick to put on as my little one is extremly active and nappy time is always an adventure.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

This is the first time I'm using easy up nappies so can't compare

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes I would. They are so easy to use although I had a few missfortunes. Think I still need training smile

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I do find them expensive for the amount you get in the pack. would considered to buy if they were in some kind of discount in the supermarket. but for now and until I get back to work from maternity leave I will need to stik to the less expensive but always pampers as they are the only ones that keep my baby eczema controled.

phillisaurus Tue 16-Jul-13 23:00:05

My little girl is 23month old and we tried size 5
Q1
Yes I would use these again they have been brilliant with my LG she loves having the independence to pull them up and down to use the potty!

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
I found them very convenient, easy to take off and my LG loved stepping in them as if they where knickers.
Q3 Yes, absorbency wise they are brilliant and how the tab at the back allows you to make them longer for taller children is brilliant. Another brand I have tried does have reusable tabs on the sides for larger children and that would be helpful.
Q4 Yes, They have been reliable day and night and my LG loves the independency of puling them up and down as well as loving the design even though she doesn’t know who Dora is.
Q5
Yes, Pampers is a reliable name and this is reflected in this and there other products I don’t mind paying a little extra for peace of mind that my LG is comfortable dry and happy.

MoRaw Tue 16-Jul-13 23:56:09

Please state the age of your child and the size of Easy Up Pants you
were trying in your response.
19 months, Size 5

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Nice look to them, does the job very well, and overall easy to use especially for my husband who of late never seems to get it right - with an active toddler, a nappy put on incorrectly can cause annoying leakages. I like them, my husband loves them, and my son does not seem to mind them. All around good result. Will buy again particular for the ease of use.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, very. I also found it useful that the nappies can be undone at the sides for quick and easy removal. Otherwise, a soiled nappy would be a tricky thing to remove.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare? No

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not? Yes, for the same reasons stated above. Easy to use, holds well despite a very active toddler who drinks a lot of water

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
Seems reasonable but cheaper is always better

Many thanks for sending me the sample pack. I would not otherwise have considered pull ups at this stage.

MadMonkeys Wed 17-Jul-13 08:52:55

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Great product for my 3.5 year old who is potty trained but wears pull ups at night.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, very easy.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Previously used Huggies but they have withdrawn them from their product range. Pampers seem the same quality.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes, but they are expensive
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
They are expensive but they work. I do intend to try cheaper supermarkets own alternatives to see if they work as well.

What is the plastic strip on the back of the pull ups for?

Susiemoo8 Wed 17-Jul-13 09:24:29

We tried Size 4 for a 2 year old.
1) The nappies are great - very reliable - no leaks
2) They are very eays to use and my daughter who is in the early stages of potty training can pull them down on her own.
3) I have used easy ups in the past with my older children and they seem to be an even better design these days. I have also used the Huggies pull up pants (the ones that are no longer available to buy in the UK) and I found the sides very scratchy and also they would sometimes open up on their own, or get caught. Pampers Easy Ups are superior by far. I have also tried shops own (Sainsburys/Boots) and found them to be inferior.
4) I would recommend them - they are expensive but you get what you pay for. The latest packaging change has increased their price even further (I am always suspicious of a change of pack size).
5) I always buy them when they are on offer. Most places they are now £12.99 for 50 nappies, but I just bought 75 nappies in a box for £12 in Asda that were on a 2 for £20 offer (so 150 nappies for £20) which I think is very reasonable.

Susiemoo8 Wed 17-Jul-13 09:26:04

The plastic strip is for when you take off a dirty nappy, roll it up, then you can stick it down with the wipes inside. So you don't have to use a nappy sack for a wee nappy.

Chocolateteabag Wed 17-Jul-13 09:26:45

Please state the age of your child and the size of Easy Up Pants you
were trying in your response. Age 2.8, Size 6 (big Boy)

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Liked them - decent size and absorbed alot without leaks. DS liked the Dora pattern (would have preferred Peppa or Fireman Sam though)
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes easy to use
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I have tried another brand which we gave away as they were too small for DS - despite him being in the middle of the right weight range. Pampers are generous in comparison so much esier to get on/off
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes - absorb lots of liquid without leaks
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
They are expensive compared to the supermarket brands - but then you get a better product and less chance of your day being ruined by a leaky nappy

iza330 Wed 17-Jul-13 09:55:54

Boy 17 month size 4 nappies
Very happy with Easy up nappies. These easy up pants are great in so many ways. much easier to put on than normal nappies if you have a very active baby who only wants to stand up. Good way to help with toddler potty training. We've always got on with Pampers - easy to put on, easy to take off, absorbent, leaving a relatively dry bottom and very few leakages or wear marks. They are very good value for money especially when they are on an offer. I would recommend them for all the mums. Never used similarly product before but i will be using easy up pants from now on.

robbie1972 Wed 17-Jul-13 09:58:30

Had these for a few days now.

My daughter is 2 and we had size 5, just starting potty training so it was handy!

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Great product, would like to buy them yes!

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, very easy and convenient with the sticky strip

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

No have never tried any others, this is the first time.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, definitely - easy to use and reasonable price and convenient.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are reasonably priced I think for what they do and compared to other brands they all cost about the same and they work very well!

ponygirlcurtis Wed 17-Jul-13 10:17:19

I have finished the pack now, so this is a review of the whole overall experience.

My son is 20 months, so using size 6.

Q1 My overall impression was good. I was concerned that they seemed small, but on using them on him all day every day, there was not one single leak. And nappy changing is so much easier for us all - he can wriggle all he likes, but once I've got his feet in both holes, it's game over! Plus I like the elasticated band round the waist, I always worry that the tab nappies are too tight/constricting DS in some way. My jeans get awful tight in the evenings blush, I don't want him to be uncomfortable.
The problem now is going to be using normal nappies again, it's going to be a struggle...

Q2 Absolutely I found them easy and convenient to use.

Q3 I have been using the occasional pull-up on him, but never using them solely. I was impressed, in some ways better than normal nappies.

Q4 Yes I would recommend them.

Q5 But now comes the crunch. Even getting the biggest (and therefore best value) box, £15 for 64 nappies seems a lot of money. I had been paying around £10 for a similar number of normal nappies (Asda 2 for £10), so to pay an extra 50% is a lot. I am on a budget. Plus you can't get the Mega Box everywhere, my local Asda doesn't always have it, so then it's going to be even more to get the smaller boxes. If they were on a special offer, I'd say I'd definitely buy them as I like them. But if they are not, I am not sure I want to spend that extra money.
(Mind you, I may change my mind when I go back to pinning DS down to get a normal nappy on him...)

fudge65 Wed 17-Jul-13 10:55:29

I used the Pampers Easy Up pants on 22 month old, and used size 5. These were the perfect size. I was very impressed and they did not leak at all. Liked the Dora and Diego design - very funky. I would definitely use these again. They were convenient to use too. I have not used Pull ups before from another brand and I was very impressed. To me, Pampers are an excellent brand - tried and trusted for years. I think they give good value for money - and to me, with nappies, you get you pay for!

Lent1l Wed 17-Jul-13 11:10:13

MY daughter is 16 months old and we used size 4 of the Easy Up Pants.

*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*
I really liked them. My daughter took to them really well and seemed to enjoy pulling up her pants rather than waiting to have a nappy fastened. We are now thinking of having both nappies and Easy Ups in the house as they each have their uses.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
We have found they are very easy to use and less bulky than nappies of the same size. They allow our little girl to feel a bit bigger and freer
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I've not used any form of pull up before so can not compare.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I would recommend them as they were easy to use and as a toddler helps to start to introduce the idea of pants.
*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*
I currently buy nappies from Aldi as I find them as good as any other brand. In comparison the cost of these Papmers Easy Ons is very expensive. I think I'd shop around and try some other brands before I'd be able to decide if Pampers justify the cost.

emmaruthbacon21 Wed 17-Jul-13 13:58:22

Had my pack of size 4's last week and I thought as my littleman is only 10months they might be a little big and old for him. However they are great as he is a big wriggler and will not lie still to be able to put a conventional nappy on him, these are great they simply slip on while he is standing. They hold quite a lot and also some explosive ones too. Would definatley recommend to friends.

emmaruthbacon21 Wed 17-Jul-13 14:02:43

To answer some of the other questions, havent has any other similar brands as my little man is too young, but I use normal pampers and have tried other brands and have come back to pampers.
As he is crawling around and also cruising around furniture we have found that they are also less bulky and make it easier for him to move.
We would definatley buy them for ourselves. Convenient, reasonably priced and reliable.

mummygardyne Wed 17-Jul-13 14:04:39

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

My impression was very favourable, they are not to bulky and lasted for long periods, and worked well overnight.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

They were easy to use, as less of a struggle than regular nappies, and the sticky tab for using when finished is very handy.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I have not used any other brand

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

I would certainly recommend Pampers Easy Up, my daughter seems very happy wearing them and I find they do a great job.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Pampers Easy Up Pants:

Number of nappies in each pack
Size 4Size 5Size 6
Carry Pack (£6.49)222019
Economy Pack (£7.49)282624
Jumbo Pack (£12.99)504642
Mega Pack (£15.00)756964

I think they are good value, and very often they are on special offer at supermarkets which makes them even better.

Many thanks for allowing myself and my daughter to test these out for you.

peacockdawn Wed 17-Jul-13 14:58:44

Q1 Love them, very easy to use and trust them to keep my baby girl nappy rash free.
Q2 Very convienient, even though my daughter is just 11 months and just walking, she does not want to sit still for nappy changing so following her around trying to get the tabs done is a nightmare - this resolved the issue.
Q3 No.
Q4 Yes, I trust pampers for the nappy rash issue (tried lots with first daughter and only pampers stopped/reduced it) and definitely for easy life with easy ups.
Q5 You get what you pay for, we couldn't afford these all the time so would use for special occasions, days out and buy the simply dry the rest of the time.

Maggietess Wed 17-Jul-13 16:33:42

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I liked them. I'd wanted to try them as my wriggly 10mo was driving me mental with nappy changes and they are definitely much, much easier to get him into when he's a moving target! But I thought their downside was they seem much bulkier than the Pampers Baby Dry nappies that I've recently switched to from supermarket brands. I love them as they are so thin I think it's nearly like he's not wearing a nappy so I'm not sure if I'd switch to these. Put the baby dry technology in them and I definitely would!

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Very easy to get on, not just as convenient at wrapping up a particularly poo filled nappy with just one small sticky tab at the back . but generally grand.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I have used both pampers and huggies pull ups with my older 2 and I think these seem much stretchier and softer too. I had to stop using them though with my middle daughter as her nursery asked me for ordinary nappies. I was bewildered why until they explained that for most wet nappies they didn't take off shoes and trousers, just pulled them down whereas with pull ups they had to do a full change.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

If they were looking for a pull up yes as they do seem softer than some others. But overall I'd probably recommend the baby dry nappy quicker as I think it's great.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Not as good value as ordinary nappies. They would have to be on good bulk buy offers for me to see the value here.

Thanks for the opportunity to try them.

HannahLI Wed 17-Jul-13 19:04:10

Q1 I live the concept of Pull Ups. My son is three and potty trained during the day but he isn't at night. I wanted him to have the freedom and independence at night to carry on as he has in the day without having to worry about accidents. My first impressions were good I like the design, my son liked Dora and Diego although its not very relevant to him and this might need to be thought about. We use Pampers active fit nappies and in comparison I felt that the pull up was bulky and not as absorbent. Albeit it did do a good job absorbancy wise. However I was really dissappointed when we started using them. My son could get them down fine by himself but despite trying really hard he couldn't get them back on properly. He struggled to pull them up without totally ruckling them or having them not really on right. As I said he's three and has excellent fine motor skills and is a whizz at getting dressed so I was very dissappointed that the design of these pull ups is such that a child can't get them up - surely that defeats the whole point! As such I wouldn't buy them again, I felt that they caused unnecessary frustration for my son and I can't see the point if he can't get them back up himself properly without my help!

Q2 as my comments above easy to get down, impossible for a child to get back up and fitting correctly! I didn't really see the point of the sticky tab either and didn't really think it was necessary.

Q3 We haven't really used anything like this before and we won't be doing so again. For nappies we use pampers active fit and they are unbeaten for thinness and absorbancy. My recommendation would be that the same techniques are used in the pull up.

Q4 no I wouldn't recommend them as I don't see the point. If a three year old cant get them back up himself then they don't actually function in my opinion.

Q5 I think the price is okay, nappies are cheaper so there isn't much incentive to use pull ups.

MonsterBookOfTyRexs Wed 17-Jul-13 19:46:12

We tried a size 5 on our 2.9year old dd.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
They were stretchy and seemed comfortable.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, dd is almost potty trained but does have bad days. She wears pants most of the time but the easy up pants are for when she is not doing so well and at bedtime. They were brilliant for bedtime, absorbed everything!
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I have used Huggies pull ups and Aldis pull up style 'pants'. The pampers easy up pants are much more comfortable and easy for dd to use, they hold the wet better than huggies and are more comfortable and stretchy than the Aldi ones. But the price for the amount of nappies would keep me buying the Aldi ones tbh unless the pampers were on offer.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes, but if on offer, they are worth the price as they are very good, but I simply could not afford them regularly.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
Too expensive for the amount you get.

Ds has just turned 1 (yippee!) and I've finished trialling my pack of Easy Ups Size 5.

Like another poster, I initially thought they looked quite small but they are a perfect fit and sit nicely beneath clothes (not too bulky).

Here are my answers:

Q1 - Love them! Will definitely continue to use as makes changing ds so much easier. No more trying to pin him down while he screams and wriggles and rolls over.

Q2 - Yes, see above.

Q3 - I use Huggies Little Swimmers which are awful (do Pampers make swim nappies? They should!). I've also used the equivalent pull up nappies from Huggies which I don't like. They were much more difficult to get on/off and the design wasn't very clear so we kept accidentally putting them on back to front! blush The Pampers design is much clearer and I like the little tab on the back which Huggies don't have.

Q4 - Yes.

Q5 - Yes because I'd rather pay more for a quality product. Cheap nappies are a false economy if they are always leaking or a complete nightmare to put on.

JimbosJetSet Wed 17-Jul-13 22:03:40

1. Look nice. Appealed to DD. I would perhaps buy them again, but only if they were on offer.

2. We are also potty training, and have been using the pull ups at night. Easy for me to put them on DD, easy for DD to pull down as required, but not so easy for DD to pull up again herself.

3. Have used Huggies pull ups - I think the Huggies are more generous in the sizing, but otherwise I think there is little between them.

4. I would recommend them, but only for night time use if they were to be used as part of potty training - I personally don't think using any sort of nappy during the day is useful to the child when PT.

5. Very expensive - I would only buy them if they were on offer. If Huggies pull ups were on offer and worked out cheaper, or a shops own brand, I would buy them instead.

rachaellewis Wed 17-Jul-13 23:38:31

I had size 5 for my 2 years and 9 month old girl.
They have made potty training so much easier and faster as she knows she can just pull the pants down when she wants to use her potty. She used her potty more than ever before when using these nappies. Shes able to run around freely and comfortably with no leakage too.
I would highly recommend to any potty training mums. They are much better than other pull ups I have used as easier to get on and for her to take off when she wants the potty and are much softer. They are more expensive than the usual brand I use but I'm going to look for them in the sale because I think I will save money in the long run as she will be out of nappies quicker.

goldenretriever Thu 18-Jul-13 07:33:17

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Well made and absorbent. Yes would use them again, as my daughter had no nappy rash or leaks.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes, easy to pull up on a moving target.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

No, not pull ups.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, absorbent and easy to pull up.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Not compared to other nappies, but you may have to change them less which could be a factor too.

Lindsay27 Thu 18-Jul-13 08:59:57

We found these nappies fantastic, as we no longer had to pin our 15 month old daughter down to change her.! She was quite happy to step in and out of them. I found these very absorbent too with no leakage. If it wasn't for the vast difference in price between these and Pampers baby dry we would use these all the time.Will definately buy again, as it is a lot easy changing her standing up whilst out and about.

Lindsay27 Thu 18-Jul-13 09:00:14

We found these nappies fantastic, as we no longer had to pin our 15 month old daughter down to change her.! She was quite happy to step in and out of them. I found these very absorbent too with no leakage. If it wasn't for the vast difference in price between these and Pampers baby dry we would use these all the time.Will definately buy again, as it is a lot easy changing her standing up whilst out and about.

JoScotMummy Thu 18-Jul-13 13:24:04

Q1. Very well made, soft and absorbent. I'm not a fan of Dora or Diego though. Much easier to use than normal nappies, especially on a wriggly baby. We did have a couple of leaks though.

Q2. Easy to pull up and definitely sped up the nappy changing process.

Q3. Yes, used pull ups before. These were far better. More absorbent and I like the sticky tab at the back that keeps the used nappy closed.

Q4. Yes. Easy to use and absorbent .

Q5. Not in comparison to other brands. If they were even £1 cheaper I'd be more likely to buy them. Over £6 for 22 nappies doesn't represent value for money

ButtonBoo Thu 18-Jul-13 14:14:09

Brilliant. Beats having to wrestle to get the nappy on and DD can pull them down/up on her own which she finds quite impressive. No leakage as yet!

Ann2013 Thu 18-Jul-13 14:20:09

My son is 16 months old and the size of Easy Up Pants he wore was 4.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Ans: yes I loved it he usually leaks at night but yesterday it was all dry and looked like nappy had still some more room smile

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Ans:Yes very easy to pull up and use it..He was trying to pull it up and also removed it all by himself today morning smile

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Ans: No this is first time I used pant type nappies.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Ans: Yes as they are very convenient and they do not leak smile

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Ans: I guess 1-2 pounds above the regular nappy price is the right pricing..pl dnt make it too expensive.

Over all I am impressed!

hazelsfan Thu 18-Jul-13 14:50:27

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I have had a few days to try these nappies and I like them, in this heat they are a bit less bulky for my 14 month old son who had the size 4 nappies, I would use them again but possibly when my boy is 2 or 3 months older.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes I did, though I think I prefer the traditional nappy rather than the pull up ones, mainly because of my boys age and it was a bit of a mess about.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I used these type of nappies with my little girl and thought Pampers Easy ups were of a better quality and kept my little one dry for longer.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes I would, from about 16 months i would recommend them.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Pampers Easy Up Pants:

Number of nappies in each pack
Size 4 Size 5 Size 6
Carry Pack (£6.49) 22 20 19
Economy Pack (£7.49) 28 26 24
Jumbo Pack (£12.99) 50 46 42
Mega Pack (£15.00) 75 69 64

I think they are a little expensive as you dont get as many in them as you do traditional nappies.

carriedaway Thu 18-Jul-13 14:52:49

I tried size 5s with Dora on for my 3 year old. She is potty trained except for night time and having been brand loyal to pampers nappies these seemed like a natural choice. I have only tried one other oull up style nappy brand and much preferred these. I have not been disappointed as they have never leaked, despite a higher amount of toddler wee going into them for a prolonged nighttime period. They are easy to get on and have never accidentally ripped. I think for the confidence that they will do the job they are good value for money and I would definitely keep using and recommend to others. Thank you!

HappyJoyful Thu 18-Jul-13 14:56:55

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

They fit well, I'm not a huge fan of cartoon branded characters on them though - seems pretty common on all nappies, if I had a choice I tend to prefer the no 'branded' ones. Expensive and no different to the Huggies we've also tried.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes, they are very easy to use and practical - liked the ability to pull apart - found another brand hard to take off.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I didn't notice much of a difference (though have only had Huggies to compare too - did notice Sainsburys own brand were half the price of these would be so would be interested to compare those in future)

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy UpPants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Price.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Expensive - this makes them more expensive than nappies and not sure it would tempt me to use them - I would probably avoid and just go 'bare'... risk the accidents at this price!!

HappyJoyful Thu 18-Jul-13 14:58:06

DD is 2.4 just begining potty training..

Ladeekay Thu 18-Jul-13 15:19:04

Been using mine since they arrived a few days ago. so far, brilliant. Makes for easy standing up nappy changes. Daughter loves her new 'nappy pants'. The tag that you can stick the used rolled up nappy back together with is very handy too as have used brands before that didn't have this.

missesjellybean Thu 18-Jul-13 15:53:25

I liked the way these nappies looked, I found them thinner and less bulky than regular pampers they are a really great fit.

I will definitely be buying these again.

I found the nappies much easier to use than regular nappies as they are pull up I didn't even have to look fora baby change room just somewhere private to change my baby. They Much less fiddly than regular nappies.

These are the first pull ups I've tried, but I wouldn't try another brand as all other brands seem to leak with my dc or cause nappy rash.

I would and have already recommended these nappies to others especially the parents of babies that will just not sit still during a nappy change

I normally buy pampers simply dry and think these are great value for money. Though I will keep using the easy ups I don't think they are particularly good value when compared to nappies like simply dry but they are comparable in price to pull up nappies by other brands.

Just managed to get mine today - right on time because DS did his first poo on the potty this afternoon!

britnay Thu 18-Jul-13 16:03:28

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Look nice, not too bulky

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

No

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, and have already done so

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Quite a bit more expensive than his current ones, however they are proving brilliant for my 18 month old who is adept at pulling the tabs on his current nappies and making a mess on the floor; he can't get these off yet smile

MarjoryStewartBaxter Thu 18-Jul-13 16:35:39

Tested size 5+ on 11 month old DS.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Really impressed overall, would use again. DS hates nappy changes so being able to quickly pull the nappy on rather than trying to pin him down with one hand and do up the nappy with the other was great.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Very easy to use.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Not used a similar nappy before.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes, definitely. They are much easier to get on than conventional nappies.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
I'm surprised at the price actually, I thought they'd be a lot more expensive than Active Fit but are almost the same price.

98percentchocolate Thu 18-Jul-13 17:55:38

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
DD had the size 5 pull ups. I liked the cartoon characters on them and they seemed easy to pull up, even for her to do herself. However, I found that they leaked as the inside doesn't seem to fit her bum. She is only a small 16 month old so I don't think it was that her bum is too big!

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
They were very easy to use and were great for my DD as she hates having her nappy changed. She had a bit of a dodgy tummy one day though and it wasn't fun pulling it down then!! Maybe a parent emergency tab around the back would be good so that it doesn't interfere with the design and aim?
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
No
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I would, because I like the design and how easy they were to use but I did find that they leaked 4 or 5 times and seemed to look like they were full even when they weren't. As a result we got through the entire pack in 2 days. I really like the pampers brand though and how great it was not to wrestle dd on the floor for a change so I may try other brands too.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why? I do think they are very good value for money as they seem to cost about the same or less than other brands on the market and certainly less than regular nappies in the same size.

Pampers Easy Up Pants:

Number of nappies in each pack
Size 4Size 5Size 6
Carry Pack (£6.49)222019
Economy Pack (£7.49)282624
Jumbo Pack (£12.99)504642
Mega Pack (£15.00)756964

98percentchocolate Thu 18-Jul-13 17:56:51

Forgot to say that DD was in size 5 and is 16 months old :-D

WitchOfEndor Thu 18-Jul-13 18:31:19

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants?
Good quality and easy to use.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

As you can pull them up while DS is standing they are easier to put on than a regular one.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children?

Swim nappies are similar

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents?

Yes I would for use during the day, for nighttime I still prefer Pampers Baby Dry.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are more expensive than standard pampers, which are expensive but good quality. I would say you get what you pay for, which isnt necessarily the same as good value for money! I usually buy nappies in bulk when they are on offer.

Sparklesandglitter Thu 18-Jul-13 18:37:32

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

My overall impression was positive, I am a pampers fan anyway and think the easy up pants may be the way forward for dd but only if competitively priced

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

I found them easy to use for a baby who is on the move and wanting to stand

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

This was my first time trying easy up pants

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

I would recommend as a practical solution that worked well

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are a lot more than regular nappies, I aim to pay less than 10p per nappy where possible and these in DDs size work out at 20p, increasing as she grows so the cost may outweigh convenience in the long run

Sparklesandglitter Thu 18-Jul-13 18:37:58

Whoops sorry I tried size 4 with dd

WitchOfEndor Thu 18-Jul-13 18:40:38

Also forgot to add DS is 3 and on size 6.

wellywellywoo Thu 18-Jul-13 19:57:08

Have been using our dora size 4 easy Ups for last few days on my 2 1/2 yr old dd and I must say I am surprised how good they are, easy to put on, fit well not bulky and had no leaks at all even over night. Id be unlikely to use these full time until potty training as I think they are expensive compared to normal nappies for which I pay £10 for around 80 nappies supermarket own. Dd loved the dora design and made nappy changes easier as she actually wanted to put them on. Do feel the tape closure could be better designed as it isn't that effective but not enough of an issue to stop me buying them. I haven't used this type of nappy before but I definitely would again and I would recommend them.

iuliawatson Thu 18-Jul-13 21:03:04

i've been using pampers pull ups size 4 for a few days now on my 9 months old little girl and I'm pleasantly surprised.They are easy to use,especialy at night and after swimming.I already recommended them to all of my mumies friends and definitely buy them from now on!

highlandbird Thu 18-Jul-13 21:05:27

DS is 28 months and we tried the size 5.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I like them, easy to use and very absorbent, I would use them again. Wasn't keen on the characters on the front though, DS has no idea who they are, not every toddler is that 'into' tv and especially one particular programme, whereas most children are into animals etc so think that would be a better option and would appeal to more parents as well. I for one, am not that keen on buying into tv brands.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes I did, especially when DS is in one of those moods where he won't lie still! Great to be able to pull them on as he's literally running away from me. Also very easy to rip the sides to take off, I was worried about the possibility of the sides tearing accidentally when pulling them on but that didn't happen.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

No I haven't.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

I would definitely recommend them to parents of toddlers that don't lie still for having their nappy put on, or those that want to wear big boy / girl pants but aren't quite ready.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money? Why?

I think they're expensive compared to conventional nappies that I buy, you're paying extra for a little convenience really. I would definitely buy them on special offer but would be reluctant to pay full price.

Deedee2013 Thu 18-Jul-13 21:32:50

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes I would and will use them again, easy to put on for a wriggly child and absorbent as well.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes my son won't stay still for too long so I found this great as they are quick to put on.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Swimming nappies, quite similar but the pampers pull up fit better.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

I would recommend especially when starting too potty train.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are a little bit expensive but i'm finding them quick and convenient, I will keep using them especially during the day with so many nappy changes and use my usual pampers dry at night time smile

Lucygracie10 Thu 18-Jul-13 21:35:19

They at great. So much easier, and my little girl looks so much more comfier in them smile

ash121284 Thu 18-Jul-13 21:48:19

So here we go.. I started using the pull ups straight after they arrived. My LO is 10 months old and i tries the size 4 on her.

Q1: I really liked the Dora characters on the nappies though my daughter is too small to really know about her! I think my son ( he's 6 was the one who most excited at seeing Dora and Diego lol!! ) I also thought the nappies looked smaller than the usual ones but they did fit nicely without being too snug.

Q2: Was very easy to use especially as changing times are becoming more and more difficult. It would usually take ages before i could get a clean nappy on her as she wriggles and kicks so much!! Found the pull ups great at that. Just wack the dirty nappy off, clean her up and presto.. Nappy's on in a a couple of seconds!!! I was a bit doubtful of using them at night but they held up even though my daughter sleeps from 8 p.m till 7 a.m. I did find them a bit bulky though and the sides were a bit flimsy as they came off a few times while i was adjusting them on her :-(

Q3: I have used pull ups before with my son who's now 6. We used huggies and other brands as he was allergic to pampers.. I think they're rather expensive compared to other brands. True they're effective but so are the other brands i have used. I think you're basically paying for the characters on them.

Q4: I would recommend pampers pull ups to other mums if the price doesn't put them off.

Q5: To be honest, i do think the pull ups are rather expensive as you only get 22 in a pack. I think i'd only buy them if they were on offer and not at full price.

AWhistlingWoman Thu 18-Jul-13 21:54:32

Tried these with DS1, aged 2 years and 2 months. We tried size 5.

*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*

Nice design although DS1 was far more impressed with the animals on the back than the Dora on the front! They are nice and compact, easy to slip quite a lot in the pocket of a changing bag. Not as bulky as a nappy which helps with the fit of clothes. Good fit on DS1 who is narrow in the hips but still had a couple of leaks up the back when poo was involved!

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Really easy to get on, DS1 could just step in without any of the repeated to 'please lie down on your mat . . . etc' Easy to simply pull down when wet, bit more tricky when full of poo!

*Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?*

I have used Huggies Step In Nappies, Huggies Pull Ups and Sainsburys Little Ones pull on pants before. DS1 is, sadly, obsessed with the Lightning McQueen pictures on the Pull Ups (so I'm afraid that Dora lost out there!)

Step In Nappies - Quite similar but I find the Pampers are a better fit and a slimmer nappy.
Pull Ups - I think that these are quite a bit more expensive and I really dislike the whole boys and girls split in the packaging (having had a girl who loved Cars)
Sainsburys Little Ones - are quite a bit cheaper but I found these weren't as absorbent as Pampers although they were still nice and thin. Maybe better for when potty training is going in earnest?

*Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?*

I think I would - they are easier to get on and off a child who is not keen to lie down to have a nappy fastened up and are still absorbent enough to keep urine away from the skin.

*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*

They are reasonably good value for money, less expensive than Huggies Pull Ups but quite a bit more pricey than supermarket own brand products or conventional nappies. Would probably try and buy them when they are on promotion.

AWhistlingWoman Thu 18-Jul-13 21:55:06

Erm bold fail blush

Hopezibah Thu 18-Jul-13 22:07:59

We were trying size 5 on 15 month old girl. (have also completed the survey and left a review).

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Thought they were great and really solved a problem of a wriggling toddler for us! Would use again for this reason and because they have the trusted pampers absorbency.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

yes.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Used a different brand in the past but it was so leaky. Pampers way better!

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes - I always recommend pampers! They are my fave choice of nappy!

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

prices seem high - but then again nappies do cost a lot so given the absorbency is better than other brands, I would say they are good value for money.

Magdalena7 Thu 18-Jul-13 23:09:05

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Good looking and seems comfy for my son. I'll use them again probably when my son will be on potty training. I hope he will be able to push them up and down himself.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

More convenient for my son when he was wearing them than for me putting them on. Quite easy to use, but probably easier for standing than lying baby

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I haven't.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Probably I would recommended them. They are comfy for baby and easier to put them on than standard nappy, but not the best for baby which can't really move (crawling, standing, walking)

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I think they are too expensive for everyday use, might be better for short trips, holidays or going out and about where changing nappy is more difficult.

heyday Fri 19-Jul-13 01:01:02

My 2 year old is doing well at potty training but going out with him without a nappy is very hard so pampers easy up pants are a wonderful transition. They fit very well and look nice but far too expensive to use too regularly. For a parent in the midst of potty training a toddler I would definitely recommend them

chezg Fri 19-Jul-13 06:35:30

recieved my free pack and started using straight away ..wasnt sure how id feel using pull ups on my eleven month old but have to say they are brilliant so easy quick no fuss fit well keep baby dry and flexiable for baby to move around easily ..will continue to use

Pomtastic Fri 19-Jul-13 09:02:25

DD has just turned 16 months & we tried size 6.

*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*
My overall impression was that they are fairly good - plus points were:
- moderately easy to get on
- stayed on whilst DD tumbled around
- were a surprisingly good fit (DD is 34lb, so over the top centile for weight for her age, and 91st centile for height - most size 6's dig into her waist & thighs but these were more elasticated)
- Fitted well at the back & didn't have that annoying gap that can cause a nappy to fall down if they're not wearing clothes in the heat

However, they fell down on my two most crucial requirements of a nappy: they weren't absorbent enough & would be expensive were I to buy them (c. 34p a nappy, whereas non-pullup size 6's are 19p with Amazon subscribe & save).

The absorbency really was quite poor for us - after 2 hours they'd leak out of the side onto floors, sofas, our legs if holding DD...we use cloth nappies part time & they last longer than these pull ups! When we use a disposable in the day it's because we want the absorbency to last longer than a cloth nappy (ie due to travelling) - making these a bit pointless for us personally.

As a family who have made an individual choice for us personally to avoid DD becoming familiar with commercial 'characters' or TV, I disliked the cartoon character on the front on the nappy.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
They were easy to use (it was helpful to be able to put them on & rip them off a standing toddler), and convenient with the exception of the low absorbency time.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
No, not so far

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Possibly - they did stay on and fit well, but were expensive & needed a lot of changes.

*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*
No - they are a little less than double the price I pay for a non-pull up size 6, and need changing twice as much.

ildiavolovesteprada Fri 19-Jul-13 10:11:59

DS is 2y8m & we tried size 6.

*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*

Probably not. They were alright. They felt flimsier than a rivals pull ups ime, perhaps in an attempt to feel like proper pants.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
They were easy to get off cos the sides were so delicate
I liked the tab to be able to wrap them up to throw away
The sides felt at risk from tearing when putting legs through the holes

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Yes, Huggies and I feel they are more robust

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Unlikely - for reasons given above.

*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*
They seem cheaper than my current brand so I suppose so.

ChrissieTay Fri 19-Jul-13 11:14:15

Son is 2 and a half (3 in 2 months!) and I had the Size 6 (XL) to test ...

Q1 - My overall impression is that I am really pleased, due to the comfort of the pants, how much and how well they absorb and how much of a clever accompaniment they are to my son's potty training!

Q2 - I believe they are definitely convenient and easy, mainly because my son has learned to pull them up and take them down himself, plus if the nappy is a soiled or messy one, they can easily be torn either side rather than taken down and have the risk of making a further mess, so to speak!

Q3 - I've never used an alternative brand of Pull-up, however I have and do use other branded regular nappies. Of all the brands used and tested, I can honestly admit to Pampers being the winner for me anytime!

Q4 - I would, and have, recomended this brand and nappy style to others due to their overall quality.

Q5 - I don't think they are a bank-breaker when it comes to cost, but compared to some of the other brands available, the cost is the only negative for me unfortunately.

I also used this brand and type for my oldest son who is now 5, when he was a younger toddler in potty training!

perrinelli Fri 19-Jul-13 12:40:39

Dd2 is 2 years 1 month and we used size 5

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Positive overall impression and I would use them again. They're very convenient to put on a wriggly toddler as I can put them up when she's standing up. I also found them reliable and they didn't leak.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes very convenient. Did nappy change standing up unless she was dirty.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

With my older daughter I tried pampers but didn't get on well with them and found they leaked. I used to use huggies pull-ups which I was happy with.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes because of the convenience and dd2 feeling 'grown up'

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
Reasonably good value.

Katmoore Fri 19-Jul-13 13:53:58

I tried them on my 10month little boy.
Overall I loved the design and ease of these easy ups. I would use them again but when he's older. He's still at the leg wiggle stage and kept pulling his first leg out when I was putting the second in! Lol!
I did find the easier to use but still a little fiddly but that's my boys age.
I used the huggies pull up with my older daughter. I found these much softer!
I would definatley recommend these to other mummy's!
I feel they are worth there price for on the go mummy's!

MAsMum Fri 19-Jul-13 14:49:28

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
My son is 4 and although he goes through the day in pants he needs pull ups at night. I find them good.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, I found them easy to use.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Yes, I have used other brands but they were not as absorbent as Pampers.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why
Yes, due to the absorbency
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
They are expensive but they are the only product in this sector which do not leak. It would be good however to have the occasional promotion on them plus no 6's are harder to find in supermarkets.

Mummy2aRockstar Fri 19-Jul-13 20:04:37

My 1 year old son tested size 5
Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
I loved how easy nappy changes were with my wiggly toddler, normally I have to fight for 20 mins to get a change done but it was done in 2 mins with the pull ups. I would buy them again but when my son is a little older and ready for potty training because I found that they don't hold in poo (a few times I've found poo on the floor where he was playing) and they don't absorb as much wee as his active fit nappies. I was impressed by the tab on the back which made it easy to roll up the nappy and wipes and was a god send during his birthday party when he went in the paddling pool but I couldn't leave him to put the nappy in the bin.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes as said above they made nappy changes quick and easy and were brilliant in this hot weather when they are all he is wearing.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
No, first time using pull ups.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I would recommend them but for children slightly older and ready for potty changing as explained in Q1.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
I think they are expensive (like all nappies) but they seem well made and easy to use so I would still pay this amount.

Skoggy Fri 19-Jul-13 20:51:38

Hi there!

I have been using the Easy Ups, size 6, for my 2 year old DD1. And, to make things a bit interesting, she currently is having stomach problems. sad

*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*
Ok, so my over all impression was good. They fitted and hugged her nicely. They looked quite nice as well. Even given the fact that DD1 had a bad belly and there were leakages (sorry tmi), the overall performance was good. They were quite soft as well.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Oh yes, very easy to use. The sticky tape for closing the discarded nappy is a great idea.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
I have used a stores own brand before and, to be honest, I wouldn't rate Pampers Easy Up any better or any worse.

*Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?*
I'm not too sure, to be honest. They were very good at what they do but, as I have stated, I wouldn't rate them any better or worse that a certain store brand I have used. The only plus point that would maybe push it would be that they can be rolled up and "fastened" after use.

*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*
They are quite expensive, to be honest. I do not believe that the carry pack for £6.49 (size 6 so you get 19) is good value at all. I would have expected any of the packs to be a bit cheaper.

oceanzycia Fri 19-Jul-13 21:42:51

I love them ! Best nappies I've ever used before. Comparing to normal ones they much easier to put on and seating well on my lo bum. I'm already recommending them to other mums and price is good to as my boy not using more then 4-5 a day! Thank you Pampers for letting me try them!!!

Charandella Fri 19-Jul-13 21:52:00

Using size 5 on a 22 month old

Q1 I liked the designs an the front and back my little one didn't seem to care about that. They seemed thinner then other pampers but i had no leakages. They fitted her very nice and she was comfy running around in them i was very happy with them.

Q2 I found them easy to use and they helped at nappy changes as she hates laying still at the moment , they made it quicker as i could just pull on and off. I also thought the sticky tab a good idea.

Q3 No never used pull ups before.

Q4 Yes because it makes nappy changes fast and easy, and they may help for potty training.

Q5 I do think they are a lot of money for the amount you get but as little one is comfy in them would get them for daytime use for all that running around

Jenstarplus1 Fri 19-Jul-13 21:59:11

I like the ease of getting these on, especially as my 18mth old has gone off being still during changing! however, I find these a bit small compared to standard pampers and don't trust them not to leak.

oceanzycia Fri 19-Jul-13 22:05:01

Testing size 4 on my 14m old

Leedsunited1983 Fri 19-Jul-13 22:06:56

I received my easy up pants at the beginning of this week, and I can honestly say they are so much better than huggies pull ups my daughter can wear them all day n even if she has an accident it doesn't leak unlike other brands n she loves the fact that dora is on the front of them grin

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Wouldyou use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I thought that the nappies were quite good. They managed to contain a few runny messes and DS even made it through a night without it leaking. I would probably use them again if I saw them on offer as they are expensive compared to other nappies.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes the Easy Up Pants were very convenient to use. They were a little awkward if DS was lying down to be changed but it was nothing major.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of yourchildren? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I have used Easy Up Pants with my elder son when he was going through a stage of being awkward with lying down for nappy changes. I found them more absorbant than the Huggies equivalent which were not much more than a swimming nappy.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy UpPants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes I would recommend them for their ease of use.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants costbelow - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I find that Pampers are quite expensive compared to my usual nappy brand.

I forgot to say that I was testing size 5 on a 2.5yr old.

LoganMummy Fri 19-Jul-13 23:13:16

Overall impression is a fairly decent but the fit for my DS wasnt as snug on his back as it could have been - I have a very skinny boy!
Compared to other brands they were good, but not hugely so - ive not the whole 12 hours I had hoped for at night.
Good (but not great) value for money. I would recommend but I would also recommend Asda First Pants also.

flidididi Sat 20-Jul-13 09:24:20

Age: 12 months
Size: 4

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I thought the Easy Ups were great. No leakage after 12 hours sleep. We still change my DD on a changing table, but they were still easy to use.
The only reason I wouldnt use them again would be because we use Pampers Baby Dry which are just as good but slightly cheaper.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes, they were easy and convenient.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

We're not anywhere close to potty training yet, so haven't tried any other similar nappies.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, but only if money was no object. They are a fun alternative to nappies, especially for older kids who like Dora etc.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I don't think they are necessarily good value. As I said, we use baby dry and have never had a complaint. I think Easy Ups may be a little gimmicky if it's aimed at potty training, because it's still a proper nappy.

Pics Sat 20-Jul-13 09:27:06

I have been using these for a week on my 2 yr old (approaching 3) who is ready for potty training but has chosen a terrible week to do so ......

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
I like the way the front and back were easy to distinguish (important to keep the sealing tab out of sight of child!) - but i can;t bear Dora and would honestly be put off buying them with a link to a cartoon like this.
She normally wears size 4 or 4+ Pampers - but i found these smaller than i expected - which might be good as not theoretically as bulky as a nappy and when she wees in them they are full quicker (so she notices more) but it made them awkward to change. novelty of pull up nappies wore off for her quite quickly as she couldn't put them on and off herself - so i probably wouldn't use them again - and for the reasons below in Q2.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
They are easy if she is wearing a skirt/dress and no shoes - but a night mare to get on if not as they get caught on shoes and trousers have to come off. I find them a bit tricky to pull up, as does she, They are easy to rip open, but she can;t take them off herself which is a shame.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Yes - i have used another brand in a bigger size which were easier to pull up and down - but this may have been the same if i had gone for size 5 in the trial instead of size 4.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I might recommend the concept, and say that they don;t leak - but I am not completely sold on the concept.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
I think they compare well in price to other Pampers which i pay a little more for as they just don't leak!

lykewake Sat 20-Jul-13 09:32:05

Alice is 13 months and we tried the size 4.

Q1 I was excited to try them...I love free stuff!! Alice is very mobile and we have been toilet training for a while, she doesn't really like lying down to get her nappy on, so standing up is the preferred option. I figured pull ups may be easier than trying to get the velcro tabs done up on a fidgeting child. Alice didn't really seem to notice the difference, but I felt like she was more grown up in them. They were a bit easier and probably if Alice could have pulled the pants up on her own they would have been great, however I did manage to break a few trying to get them up a wriggly child. They performed as i expected Pampers to do in terms of absorbency etc., however was unable to tell if Alice had wee'd in her nappy or not due to this. These would be brilliant overnight for older kids though. If we have not cracked toilet training in another year or so I would consider this type of nappy, however looking at the cost of Pampers Easy Ups, probably not this brand.

Q2 They did not differ greatly from standard nappies for us, the sticky strip was weird as well, great that it opened up but then you had an exposed sticky bit of strip.

Q3 This is my first time with pull up nappies.

Q4 My friends saw Alice was wearing Easy Up nappies, from our discussion we concluded that they would be great for overnights with older children. I think the fact that it makes your child seem more grown up was appealing.

Q5 They are not good value for money. My current nappy is less than half the price of these and although it is not a pull up type nappy, the peformance for a child at this age equals that of Pampers.

huuggs Sat 20-Jul-13 10:03:06

Please state the age of your child and the size of Easy Up Pants you
were trying in your response.

LO 9 Month old Size 5 (i also breed them big it seems) smile

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not? They are good as he is a figit bum when comes to nappy changes and putting his pants on and pulling up holding on to moma he seems to like (as i do when i out trousers on to try and control where he moves to) if you put a normal nappy on and don`t give him a toy he will just try and crawl off.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not? Not for the explosive nappies. Its hard to rip them off. Its not as easy to keep an explosive nappy contained in the nappy after removal (but you want them to easy to rip off as the lo will do it themselves)
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare? nope first time
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not? I say try them. Because every parent and child are different. When my little one is older i may like them more. esp when potty training but for now i stick to my usual Active fit.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why? They seem to cost the same as normal nappies ish. You may get less in the pack but that seems to happen as the child gets older.

starray Sat 20-Jul-13 12:24:13

1. I really like Pampers Easy Up Pants and I use them very often, but usually only when they are on offer as they are quite expensive compared to the supermarket brands. I don't know that they really help with potty training for the simple reason that they are extremely absorbent and when my 3 year old has them on, he feels so comfy he likes to wee and poo in them. For potty training purposes, it's better they get the sense of going without a nappy.

2. Easy Up pants fit my big 3 year old snugly and there is no leakage.
I have been using them as an alternative to the other kind of disposable nappies since my son was about 1. They are so much more convenient to take on and off especially for a wriggly child. However, they can be hard to take on and off when your child is asleep. Better to use traditional disposables for a sleeping child. Another downside is that the nappies are not marked FRONT or BACK and my son isn't a great fan of Dora the Explorer which is printed on the nappy. And I have also just figured out what the sticky tab on the back is for! (I guess that is one way of distinguishing front from back as the tab is on the back)

3. I have used supermarket brands. The good thing about Pampers Easy Ups is that the material is very soft and good for babies with sensitive skin.

4. Yes, I would recommend them to other parents because they are reliable, secure and easy to take on and off.

5. Easy Ups are more expensive than the supermarket brands, but if you buy the big packs and when they are on offer, they can be reasonable.

1033MICHELLE Sat 20-Jul-13 14:37:21

I haven't received mine still and have had no contact after sending 3 emails to mumsnet. I was really looking forward to trying these.

Gracenat Sat 20-Jul-13 15:46:42

Baby ages 7 mths using size 4

Q1What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Wouldyou use them again? i thought they looked good they seemed smaller than the regular size 4 but fit great, liked the Dora character although my son is a bit young for characters but he's crawling and nappy changes have become a battle so I really liked the fact that if he wriggled away I could still pull them up, they haven't leaked on me

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not? Yes very easy

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
First time using pull ups
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
It hasn't yet but I would recommend for very active babies like mine who just won't stay still
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
I do think there a bit expensive compared to regular nappies I will buy them if they are on special and probably only occasionally otherwise

portiapinks Sat 20-Jul-13 16:40:37

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I found them great 95% of the time, we did have a accident when my little boy had a poo. They leaked. But other than that found them really good. I would buy them again.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
They were really easy to use. Putting them on, just got to make sure that they are on right. My little boy had no problems using them like pants.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I have tried asdas own version, they were rubbish. They leaked,fell apart. My little boy likes to pull at his nappies and when he did that with the asda ones they fell off him. He did try with the pampers and they stayed on him

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I would recommend them, they are very easy up pants.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

That's the only thing that puts me off the pampers the price, all the other brands of easy up pants are cheaper. But then they don't work as well as pampers.

essjay81 Sat 20-Jul-13 19:09:31

Age 3
Size 6

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Really great product lasted 12 hours + through the night no leaks, not as bulky as others, the material is also very soft compared to others and very easy to put on. I would use these again if on promotion as I find them to be quite expensive.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes these were very easy to put on just slipped on like underwear.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Yes I have and these are one of the best I have tried for fit, no leakage and ease of putting on.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes I would as they are a superior product.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
They are quite expensive compared to own brand products but on par if not cheaper than the branded ones.

vj32 Sat 20-Jul-13 20:25:00

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
I have already bought lots more in the recent sale with the change of packaging. I like then as DS sees this as more grown up than nappies. AS some other people have said I was disappointed with the design. Presumably Pampers pay to have a character on them, but it is not one that DS has ever seen before. I would think more generic design of animals or something would appeal to more children and reduce costs.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not? Yes, easy to put on and get off.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
No.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Not sure. They are much more expensive than nappies and I know some parents find it easier to go straight to pants. DS isn't really ready for that so I think as an in between stage of getting him used to the idea of using a potty without risk of accidents is a good idea.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
I don't think they are great value for money full price, but I always wait until nappies are on offer and stock up anyway!

vj32 Sat 20-Jul-13 20:26:10

Missed off that DS is 2, we tried size 5 although I think size 6 might have fitted better as they were a bit small.

pipsicles Sat 20-Jul-13 20:57:32

Age 2
Size 6

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

I found these really good - a million miles better than the own brand I had been using, which are so bad I'm probably going to throw the rest of the pack out as I've needed to do so much washing! They last really well through the night, so goodbye to wet pjs and bedclothes in the morning - one happy mummy! DS can pull up and down himself, again, something that was impossible in my others - I love how stretchy the sides are. I also like the sticky strip in principle as my others have nothing like this, but sometimes find it a bit fiddley and am bewildered as to why the sticky strips seem to go too far so you end up with a sticky bit on the outside...? Not something to put me off though. Prints are pleasing to the eye at the back, but I'm non-plussed by the front - personally, I don't see the point of having characters on them - it's never made my DS excited about getting his nappy on, but maybe that's because he has no idea who most of the characters are (another Dora recipient here - maybe Bob the Builder would have interested him more?)

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes, as mentioned above. DS is pretty much potty trained in the day (which we did without using any kind of easy up), so having 'bedtime pant' that is just as easy for him to use independently is vital to our continued success. The fact that he can now use these alone has almost made him even less accident prone as he now has so much independence 24/7.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Yes. Again, I've kind of already mentioned it, but these are far superior. They are much softer, stretchier and more absorbent.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Definitely - I have done already! I mentioned that I didn't use these type of pants to train, as I don't think it helps them to not notice that they've had an accident, but to anyone who wants to go down that route, I would suggest that these are a good purchase, mainly because they are so easy for toddlers to pull up and down themselves.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I ticked yes to this question in the survey, but only because I am using one every 24 hours and so I am willing to pay a bit more for the pant that is up to seeing us through the night. If I were to need to use them more often, I might have no choice but to think twice as money is so tight.

Thank you for allowing me to test - you have a new customer as a result!

Michelle777 Sat 20-Jul-13 21:55:36

Q1: They are perfect for my LO, she is potty trained during the day but not during night.

Q2: Yes, very easy. My LO likes Dora on the nappy...

Q3: I only use Pampers as they are the only ones that don't leak.

Q4: Yes, absolutely. Would recommend for reasons already mentioned.

Q5: Pampers nappies are not the cheapest available, but I prefer paying more for good quality and watch out for offers.

Pmarten Sat 20-Jul-13 23:39:13

I tried size 6 Easy Up pants with my 22 month old son.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
My overall impression was excellent in comparison to another similar product. They were colourful and comfortable for my son, easy to use and loved the sticky tape to wrap them up.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Very easy to use both putting on and taking off
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Yes, pampers were much more comfortable and slightly stronger at the sides although not so much that they were hard to tear off.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes I would, they are simple to use and gives the child a sense of independence.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
Yes I think they are worth their money, quite simply because they work well and my child is comfortable in them

Helengallimore26 Sun 21-Jul-13 07:49:49

I tried pampers size 6 with my little boy 2&1/2.

Q1. My overall impression was that they are the best pull up pant I've tried. Huggies aren't v absorbing of poo. But pampers were great.

Q2. Yes there were v convient to use as they were easy to pull on & off, even when my boy was squirming.

Q3. Yes I've tried Huggies before but the pampers ones were far superior. Better fit, lasted longer & better absorption.

Q4. Yes I would definately recommend then to other mums because my little boy found them easy to get up & down without ripping them like he's done with the other brands.

Q5. Yes they are great value for money esp when they on offer as they do the job far better than other products on sale of same type.

lucyrobinson Sun 21-Jul-13 08:25:05

My review of pampers pull us size 5.
My overall impression was very good. These pull ups were children friendly, even though my son didnt know the characters.
They were not too thick and easy for my son to pull up and down. The only downside I had was the sticky strip on the back kept sticking to my sons t-shirt. I would recommend these over every nappy/pull up I have used. Huggies were the worst (they always leaked). I think these are good value but I try to stock up when they are on offer.

VodkaKnockers Sun 21-Jul-13 12:51:48

I've been using the pull ups for about a week now with DS2, aged 2.7yrs.

*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*

First impressions was they looked a bit small and tight but they were actually very stretchy and comfortable. Was very impressed with the fit and the reliability.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

At first they looked like a night mare to use, especialy with a wriggly 2 yr old but they actually really simple and easy to use. Made trips to the loo so much easier.

*Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?*

I've used Tesco's own brand pull ups and tbh there is no comparison. I found the Tesco ones very bulky and my son found them very difficult to pull up and down whereas with the Pampers pull ups he has no problem at all and it has made toilet training that bit more fun.

*Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?*

I would recommend Pampers pull ups just due to the ease of use.

*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*

I find Pampers slightly more expensive than other brands but I feel that with Pampers you are paying for the quality of a premium brand. I have been using pampers products for 11yrs and would never change to another brand.

VodkaKnockers Sun 21-Jul-13 12:53:23

Sorry forgit to mention we were using size 5 pull ups.

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emily80 Sun 21-Jul-13 13:55:47

I've been using these with my 4 year old son for night times. Although he's been potty trained in the day since he was 2, he's still wearing a nappy at night so I thought these would be good to help him become dry at night (as he can pull them up and down himself to go to the toilet).

1) I've been very impressed - they fit him snuggly and comfortably, and seem very absorbent. He has (unfortunately!) been weeing in them at night and we've had no leaks. In terms of their performance I'd definitely use them in future.

2) They were very easy and convenient, my son can put them on himself which he likes and when he needs the toilet wearing them it is a lot easier to just pull them down than messing around taking off then trying to put back on a normal nappy.

3) I've used pull ups with him before he was potty trained and they seem similar, I think these are maybe a bit more absorbent though.

4) Yes I'd recommend them, they've done everything I'd hoped for without leaks or other difficulties.

5) Personally I think these are very expensive. I certainly wouldn't buy them for that price, as a normal nappy costs a fraction of that and does the same job, it is very useful to be able to pull them up and down but I'm not willing to pay this much extra for it.

emily80 Sun 21-Jul-13 14:17:45

Sorry, forgot to mention we tried size 5 nappies

Jinty64 Sun 21-Jul-13 17:53:07

Age 6, size 6, only using overnight.

They were a lovely snug fit and did not show under his pyjamas. I'm not sure they are as absorbent as the pyjama pants as we had one leak (happens sometimes) but they are much neater fitting and we really liked them.

Cheaper than pyjama pants and really soft. I would buy them again.

rightsaidthread Sun 21-Jul-13 18:28:58

Please state the age of your child and the size of Easy Up Pants you
were trying in your response.

child aged 2, size 4 pants

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

Thicker than I had imagined which was good for absorbency but a little bulky under clothing

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

I'm on the fence with this as I can imagine they would be easy to use if my child was using them to pull up and down but unfortunately she isn't quite there yet. Getting them off after a poo incident was a little messy!

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

No haven't used this type of nappy before.

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Possibly if a child was at a stage to use them as actual pants

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

I think they are expensive to use constantly but would be better value for money if used for nighttime or occasional use

Pampers Easy Up Pants:

bigkidsdidit Sun 21-Jul-13 18:35:59

I used them with 2.6yo DS, size 5.

I liked them a lot, but think I should have got a size bigger, he is a big lad and they often didn't cover his bum entirely, he had a cheek hanging out! I found them very convenient with changing as he is beginning to hate being changed and changing standing up was brilliant. Also, in the hot weather, they were great for whipping off / on in the garden when he wanted to get into the pool.

I found them incredibly messy with poos until I realised you could tear the sides! Other than that, very easy to use.

I have never used anything similar before.

I would certainly recommend them, I really liked them. I will not be using regularly until DS is closer to potty training, as I think they are too expensive to use full time. For the time of potty training and overnight I think they would be fantastic.

Squiglettsmummy2bx Sun 21-Jul-13 18:36:14

1. My overall impression was good. I was very impressed & would use these again.
2. They were convenient & easy to use most if the time although with some outfits it was a pain undressing my ds completely.
3. I have used morrisons own brand before & found they were not as absorbent. The pampers contained the wee & poo very well.
4. I would definitely recommend these to anyone potty training or like me with a toddler who doesn't like to lie down for nappy changes.
5. They are a little bit more expensive than ordinary nappies so ok value but I would try to get them when on special offer.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?

My overall impression of Pampers Easy Up pants is good. I think they are quite strong and easy to put on. Not only this but I feel like it really goes well with potty training especially if you want to introduce your toddler early on. I used Pampers Easy Up pants when David (my son) was just 10 months. He wasn't walking but his crawling speed was immense and we decided that the easy up pants were best. We have been using them for a while now and find it hard to fault them. He is now 14 months and when we pull them down (we used to just rip the sides) he lifts up his feet either side to get out of the nappy. Although he has taken his nappy off whilst in the cot I believe it won't be long until he starts telling us his nappy is full or even takes them down himself. The only thing I would say is that I wouldn't use the easy up pants for night time. Although it's only happened once I did get an explosive nappy one morning and it was horrible to clean up. Another thing that the easy up pants by Pampers offer is the tape on the nappy to use to fold away when disposing of the nappy. Although I did not know what this was used for until recently as it is not made clear. I will indeed be using these nappies up until David is clean as I am so happy with them.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

They are indeed easy to use and I find easy to put on. They were hard at first as David would wiggle around just like any normal baby. He wiggles when you put on trousers as well. However he has since stopped being so wiggling and actually I would say that perhaps the pants have taught him not to wiggle around when putting on pants or trousers

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

I have never used any other pull ups by other companies but this is because David has always used pampers. We tried other brands when he was younger but pampers were the best for this little man's bum!

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

I would recommend them to parents whos little ones were walking or crawling fast and if they were starting to potty train there little one early.

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Sometimes they can be good value and sometimes I don't think they can be. I think sometimes they are good value because I believe the quality is excellent however I do sometimes find myself running out of money as sometimes I do need to buy a lot as we run out quickly. I prefer to buy the packet with the most nappies in so they last longer.

OLFRTAYL Sun 21-Jul-13 19:41:52

I tested the size 4 on my 20 month old son.

Q1-Overall impression was very good-will definitely be purchasing some more.

Q2-Very convenient and easy to use-far easier than putting a nappy on an active 20 month old!

Q3-Pampers are the only pull up/easy up pants tried so far as always used Pampers nappies it seemed the next step to pants.

Q4-I would definitely recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other mums.

Q5-The Easy Up Pants are a bit pricey compared with nappies but they are convenient for both child and parents.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
They were ok, but didn't seem hugely different from nappies to a child's eye. They also have to be ripped at the sides to take then off without undressing DS and if you want to put another pair on then you have to take everything off, which isn't very convenient.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Not compared to either normal nappies or Huggies pull ups.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Not as easy to use, not as differentiated in design from normal nappies.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
No, I'd say they were fine, but a bit inconvenient.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

They are cheaper than the main competitor, Huggies, but not enough to make up for the difference in convenience

babySophieRose Sun 21-Jul-13 20:13:45

My daughter is 21 months and we had size 4 easy ups to try.
Q1 Not bad overall, we use them only when we are out, as they are easy to put on. We will use them again as for convenience.
Q2 Yes, we find them convenient, but haven't tried other brands.
Q3 No, we haven't used other brands.
Q4 Yes, i will recommend them as a convenient choice for outing and when no baby change facilities are available.
Q5 If used only for outings price is okay, not sure how many we will need when we start potty training.

melanielow Sun 21-Jul-13 21:49:08

My son is 13months and he wears size 4.

Q1 - We've used the Easy up pants for a few days now and where it really excels is overnight. My son sleeps from 8pm-7am and ALWAYS has a poo in the morning when he's barely woken up. So a lot of times we don't get to him in time to change him out of the nappy he's worn overnight before he poos... and amazingly so far the nappy has been able to hold everything in without leaking!

These nappies feel soft and cotton-like so that's a plus. The tab on the back to wrap them up is really handy and secure. The fit is good and he seems comfortable.

Q2 - They are usually easy to put on but when he's being super wriggly, it can take longer than regular nappies.

Q3 Yes, we've used a Japanese brand while overseas that were also this pull up pants style and these were definitely as good if not better.

Q4 - Yes I would recommend this to other parents.

Q5 - A bit pricy compared to other options, but worth it not to have to deal with any leaks.

mummy2under2 Sun 21-Jul-13 22:37:03

Please state the age of your child and the size of Easy Up Pants you
were trying in your response.

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Well usualy my ddaughter hates wearing nappies but she found these very comfy and she liked attempting to pull them up so I will buy them again.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not? Yes because my daughter is at the starting stages of potty training so she says “ poo! When she is just abut to start and she wont wait so have to be quick and pull em down so its a lot convineient doing it instead of unstriping the sides open.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare? No never
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not? Yes for sure because it’s a good transition not exactly knickers not exactly nappies but my daughter feels more comfortable in those. And feels more grown up.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Pampers Easy Up Pants:
Number of nappies in each pack
Size 4Size 5Size 6
Carry Pack (£6.49)222019
Economy Pack (£7.49)282624
Jumbo Pack (£12.99)504642
Mega Pack (£15.00)756964

I think alittle expensive! As I would look for a cheaper version of the similer thing but if I could afford to buy it in bulk I would!

mummy2under2 Sun 21-Jul-13 22:38:03

ooPS age 16 months

mummy2under2 Sun 21-Jul-13 22:39:15

Please state the age of your child and the size of Easy Up Pants you
were trying in your response.

age : 16 months but already started potty training as she hates wearing nappies and says " poo " when she wants to poo

Q1
Well usualy my ddaughter hates wearing nappies but she found these very comfy and she liked attempting to pull them up so I will buy them again.

Q2 Yes because my daughter is at the starting stages of potty training so she says “ poo! When she is just abut to start and she wont wait so have to be quick and pull em down so its a lot convineient doing it instead of unstriping the sides open.
Q3 No never
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
? Yes for sure because it’s a good transition not exactly knickers not exactly nappies but my daughter feels more comfortable in those. And feels more grown up.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?

Pampers Easy Up Pants:
Number of nappies in each pack
Size 4Size 5Size 6
Carry Pack (£6.49)222019
Economy Pack (£7.49)282624
Jumbo Pack (£12.99)504642
Mega Pack (£15.00)756964

I think alittle expensive! As I would look for a cheaper version of the similer thing but if I could afford to buy it in bulk I would!

Niamh123 Sun 21-Jul-13 22:58:59

Found the easy up pants good so far, especially in this warm weather I'm leaving my little one with no best ok so the pants are staying up well not like a nappy with no vest would droop when wet. The colourfulness appears to interest my little girl too! However, they are quite expensive so will have to think about using them continuously.

Niamh123 Sun 21-Jul-13 23:00:17

* no vest on!

2.5 year old

1. Easier to use than conventional nappies but DS unable to pull them up or down so as trainers I'm not sure. No good for night time.

2. Very convenient and easy to use.

3. I've only used Pampers pull ups before and these seem tighter.

5. Yes.

6. Pricey. I would look for a cheaper alternative.

antsypants Mon 22-Jul-13 07:34:29

I missed my delivery and the post office cannot locate my parcel, so went out and bought some, I found them reasonably priced, especially for the large packs, although I just got a carry pack for the testing.

Dd is toilet trained during the day but not at night, she's not ready to be dry through the night and I have found ordinary nappies awkward to keep on now and also rarely waterproof.

The pampers easy ups were easy to get on, both sides were firm and well made enough to be pulled up and down by a toddlers hands, they also hold a lot of liquid, dd had a full nappy but a dry bed when she got up, the filling had not split apart of turned hard like some nappies do

Dd liked the designs on them and also the control it have.

I would definitely recommend them to another parent, my only concern would be the costs, I have friends who are on a very tight budget who simply could not afford them.

Overall I was impressed with the quality if the nappies am I would definitely use them again.

We love these - thank you for letting us test them!
I would buy these again and would recommend them. I think they are good value when bought in offer (ocado usually has good deals).
I have found them to be very good. Not for potty training (which I am doing now) as I think nappy pants are confusing for that, but for children who fight when having nappies put on and for night time.
I have tried other pull ups but I don't find the fit as well and these last all night with no leaks. My children also like the Dora/Diego design.

PolkaDotCups Mon 22-Jul-13 08:21:00

My daughter who was testing these is 10 months / 20lbs

*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*

They were good quality, felt quite thick, didn't have any accidents. On a superficial note I hate branded characters on products like this, I much prefer the look of Active Fit / Baby Dry Pampers. The characters are likely to put me off rather than encourage me to buy nappies. However, if I saw them on offer I would get them again, but it would have to be a significant saving on the RRP.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?

Yes, surprisingly so. My daughter is obviously not potty trained, or even close to starting. But she does wriggle, climb and generally move around which makes changing her hard at home and often impossible when out and about. We had to do a change in the park and it was so much easier not having tabs, she just jumped right into them and I yanked them up.

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?

Not used before

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes I would recommend, especially for parents with very wriggly, active children who aren't potty training and might not have considered them for ease of use.

*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*

No, I'm not potty training, I don't need my DD to pull them up and down myself and so at this stage they are very expensive (compared to regular nappies) for a bit of extra ease for me. I probably will buy some to use when we are out and about and there is a lack of facilities to lie her down, or she is being wriggly and difficult but I wouldn't use them at home yet due to the cost. As a step between nappies and pants later on I expect they will be more of a necessity rather than luxury.

PolkaDotCups Mon 22-Jul-13 08:22:34

Forgot to say we tested size 4

Erinlyn Mon 22-Jul-13 08:34:40

We had size 6. Forgot to say.

Bullywodgie Mon 22-Jul-13 09:16:22

1. I tried the size 6 pull ups, my first impression is the pictures on them (Dora & Diego) were a little out of date as I don't know any kids that watch them anymore and my kids never did so my three year old girl was not impressed, had to sweet talk her into them. By the pants arrived my little girl was daytime trained so I only used them at night, the fit was good and the one or two mornings she woke up wet, they didn't leak. I would try them again on my next baby when it comes to potty training him but my little girl insisted after a week that we went back to her Huggies princess pants as she felt the Pampers were for boys.

2. The pants are definetly convenient and very easy to use they go up and down in seconds.

3. I have used Huggies pull ups in the past and found the Pampers less of a struggle to pull on and probably a slightly better fit but as I said my little girl couldn't stand the designs and after a week she point blank refused to wear them and we went back to the Huggies.

4. I would recommend Pampers to friends as they did there job well but I probably wouldn't recommend them to friends with girls unless they change the designs.

5. The pull ups are expensive but for me they are only used in conjunction with potty training so that wouldn't put me off as I'd only be using one or two a day. I would be very slow to use them instead of nappies as that would work out very expensive.

Tootsandblanket Mon 22-Jul-13 09:24:16

We tested size 5 for my dd who is 2 and half,weighing 13kgs.
Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
Easy to put on, no leakages, so yes I would use them again.
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes very easy. I like the little tape attachment for easy rolling to dispose of them.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
No,this is our first go at pull ups.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
I would recommend them , it make it clear ts only based in a positive experience of my own, rather than being able compare them to other pull ups.
Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
They are expensive compared to other brands/ supermarket own . I would have to try some cheaper ones and work out of they are as effective as pampers before I could commit to buying the more expensive branded ones.

Julie8711 Mon 22-Jul-13 09:59:17

We tested Size 4 on our daughter who is neatly 1 year old. She's obviously not at the potty training stage but rolls over all the time when putting her nappy on so it was great to try these instead.
Q1. They were really good quality as I always expect from Pampers however they didn't fit her as well as the Baby Dry ones so we did have a few leakages.
Q2. They were really easy to use. Really stretchy so not hard to get over their chubby legs!
Q3. No I haven't used any other brands before. The closest in design are swim nappies that I've used and these are often hard to get over their legs.
Q4.yes I would, although I would probably wait till she's a bit older as the absorbency is better on the baby dry ones.
Q5. I always buy pampers as I find them such good quality. They are a bit more pricey but there's usually an offer on somewhere making them compatible to other shop brands.

shelley72 Mon 22-Jul-13 10:14:09

we have only just tried these on DD who is 3.2 and is not yet showing signs of wanting to use the loo/potty. we tried size 5

Q1: they look ok, didn't recognise the characters on them (DD probably would have preferred peppa and george!). they were easy for her to put on though. she usually wears active fit during the day but these are difficult to get off quickly if she does decide to try the potty. so these are good in that they are easy to get up and down.

Q2: they are very easy for DD to put on and very easy to take off, even when containing a poo shock.

Q3: we have used huggies pull ups. DDs prefers the (pink) design. absorbency wise they seem v similar (ie not as absorbent as active fit)

Q4: I would recommend these nappies to parents if they were struggling with changing or to encourage a bit of independence but other than that the other pampers are better IMO.

Q5: they are quite expensive, but comparable in price for pull ups. i would probably buy them in preparation for potty use if DD ever decides to bother

mrsmilliebrown Mon 22-Jul-13 10:32:32

Hi there

Been using the Pampers Easy Up Pants for just under a week now and I would say I am fairly impressed with them overall. My LO is 22m and so has always used normal nappies and even though there was the odd nappy change she wanted the normal style on, she seemed to like these. I found them much easy to put on and take off so less of her running about time wasted, but if it was a 'code brown' nappy, I wasnt as keen as I found it more fiddly having to rip the sides! I would definitely consider them when she is potty training and ready for pants though, I think they will be great at that stage. I would also feed this back to other parents when they are at that stage as well!

Re price though, I have to say I am not an expert (evern after 22m of being a parent) as to price of nappies. I only ever buy nappies on offer so compare at the time! So when I was ready to buy this style nappy/easy up pants, I would go with whatever is on offer or best price!

Hope this is helpful.

OiMissus Mon 22-Jul-13 10:39:26

Son, aged 19mths
*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*
I like them. I've been using them for about 6 mths, and will continue using them.
DS and I have no interest in the characters/pictures. I don't think he's noticed them.
I've not used them at night yet. We use Pampers baby dry overnight - he does tend to fill them up...
Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
I like the slim fit, I like how easy they are to get on a wriggly 19mth old, and they contain what needs to be contained during the day.
Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
No, haven't used other Easy up type nappies.
However, DH bizarrely came home with some Huggies potty training nappies yesterday. So we may try them - I haven't liked huggies in the past, they seemed to cause bad nappy rash. Will post again if we try them.
Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes, because they are so easy and reliable.
*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*
I buy the big multipacks when on offer. They are more expensive, but they are reliable and keep my son dry. I've tried other brands and been let down, I don't waste time anymore and stick with Pampers.

cazbo16 Mon 22-Jul-13 11:03:51

My baby boy is larger than average 9 month old (big at birth and in size 12-18 mths clothes). We were sent size 5 but could of gone larger as don't seem to cover his back as much as normal nappies so concerned about leaks. None yet!

Q1 I've used them for my previous children, so happy to use again. Very convenient once babes are on the move and don't want to wait around for a nappy to be put on.
Q2 They are a lot easier to use than nappies, just put them on and off like normal pants.
Q3 I've used stores own and later huggies trainers, these are more slim fitted and hold more in.
Q4 I have recommended them in the past and would be happy to do so again.
Q5 The bigger packs are obviously better value. You can buy other brands but Pampers just work!

idleweiss Mon 22-Jul-13 13:09:40

Q1 I thought they were a great pull up nappy, the sizing was good, it felt soft, designs were simple.
Q2 Yes I found them easy and convenient to use.
Q3 I have used similarly designed nappies, I liked that these were unisex.I find some pull up designs are too girly. My LO is not really familiar with the characters, but recognised Dora so was quite pleased.
Q4 I would recommend them as I found they were very absorbent and my LO felt comfortable in them
Q5 For me,they are a little expensive, I would still buy them though...they are a great nappy and pampers is a great brand and if you have the money to spend then yes I guess they would be good value for money! smile

NaveedeIslam Mon 22-Jul-13 14:09:22

i ve used pampers since my elder son was born... n every time i used it i feel more confident using it next time. its extra thin and more absorbance encourages me to recommend it to new mums too. i like pampers for the little bottoms as it doesn't cause nappy rashes too.

LiaJP Mon 22-Jul-13 14:38:21

Please state the age of your child and the size of Easy Up Pants you
were trying in your response.
My son is 3yrs old and tried Easy Up Pants size 5

Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?
I'm very satisfied with the product. We started potty training 3 weeks ago and still use Easy Up Pants when we are out and about and at the nursery. My son doesn't wet himself any more but he feels more confident when he wears them, as he is sure that even if he has an accident, no one will tell!

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Yes, my son can pull them up and down quite easily with a little or no help from me, most of the times

Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?
Pampers Easy Up are the only one we have tried

Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes, I would. They certainly helped us, so why not help other parents as well?!

Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?
Pampers products in general are guaranteed value for money. Great products, in a fair price!

AnnoyedByAlfieBear Mon 22-Jul-13 15:43:53

We tried size 4.

*Q1 What was your overall impression of Pampers Easy Up Pants? Would
you use them again? If so, why? If not, why not?*
We really liked them. They were nice and soft and looked good, as well as having good absorption. They did not come up very high at the back which I would prefer as DS has high-rising poos! I would use them again if the price was comparable with supermarket own brands.

Q2 Did you find Pampers Easy Up Pants convenient and easy to use or not?
Very easy to use (once I got them past DS wriggly feet!) and no baby trying to escape as he doesn't want to lay there. The sealing tape is a good idea but does not seal the sides of the nappy when there has been an explosive poo.

*Q3 Have you ever used similarly designed nappies before with any of your
children? If so, how did Pampers Easy Up Pants compare?*
I've never tried anything similar but I'd heard from a friend with older DC (3&5) that pull-ups are usually not as good as regular nappies and needed changing more often. This was not the case at all.

*Q4 If it came up in conversation, would you recommend Pampers Easy Up
Pants to other parents? If so, why? If not, why not?*
Yes, if parents were looking for a pull-up option or had a baby that wanted to stand up during nappy changes.

*Q5 We've included some info on how much Pampers Easy Up Pants cost
below - do you think that they're good value for money or not? Why?*
They are expensive compared to own brands but are better quality.

AnnoyedByAlfieBear Mon 22-Jul-13 15:44:50

PS my DS has just turned 1 a couple of days ago and is wearing size 4.