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Mumsnetters needed for Pampers Baby-Dry product trial - please sign up here - prize to be won

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TheOtherHelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 15-Apr-13 09:57:19

Pampers are looking for 1,000 MNers to try their New Pampers Baby-Dry nappies with their babies and give feedback on MN. Here is what Pampers say: "At Pampers we love learning about what you think of our products which is why we'd like you to try our Pampers Baby-Dry nappy, now with an improved Extra Sleep Layer for up to 12 hours of overnight dryness. We look forward to your review!"

This is open to all UK MNers who have a baby currently wearing size 3 or 4 nappies. Everyone who is selected will receive a carry pack of 30 nappies in either size 3 or 4 (depending on which you select in the survey below). If you're unsure of the sizing, here's some more info:

Size 3: 4-9kg/9-20lbs

Size 4: 7-18kg/15-40lbs

All testers will also receive a letter containing a money off coupon for Pampers Baby-Dry.

Everyone who takes part and adds their feedback to a thread on MN will be entered into a prize draw to win a Love2Shop voucher to the value of £250.

Please sign up here if you'd like to take part.


HellcatMomma Mon 15-Apr-13 14:08:31


Love Pampers Newborn nappies and it would be great to find something for longer sleeps!

Chocoflump Mon 15-Apr-13 14:17:03

Done smile

exiledmancityfan Mon 15-Apr-13 14:19:14

I have yet to find a disposable that can contain the poonamis of DS2. I have to use cloth nappies all day as he doesn't poo at night hmm

DrGarnettsEasterMixture Mon 15-Apr-13 14:24:45

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Ihavetopushthepramalot Mon 15-Apr-13 15:36:56


dimdommilpot Mon 15-Apr-13 15:56:18

Done. We only use nappies at night though, hope this isn't a problem.

DeathMetalMum Mon 15-Apr-13 16:22:06

Done. Pampers never suited dd1 so will be interested to see if they suit dd2. Luckily she is big enough for size 3's alredy at 4 weeks. grin

lunar1 Mon 15-Apr-13 17:04:29

Done, I currently use active fit and we never have overnight leaks (unless dh has out the nappy on)

lunar1 Mon 15-Apr-13 17:06:46

Can you check I put size 4 on mine, I can't remember ticking the box!

harderthanitlooks Mon 15-Apr-13 17:17:34

This would be great DD is in size 4.

iclaudius Mon 15-Apr-13 17:18:51

Done it but forgot to sign in here - size 4

Puddlelane Mon 15-Apr-13 17:32:56

Done! I need a non leaking nappy!

fishybits Mon 15-Apr-13 17:51:27

I use Pampers Baby Dry at night and they are great but there is no way I could afford to use them the whole time. I use supermarket brands during the day.

schmalex Mon 15-Apr-13 18:02:17

Already tried them. They gave my DD a horrible nappy rash, which cleared up overnight when we switched to a supermarket own brand.

glorious Mon 15-Apr-13 18:07:55

Done. Haven't used pampers since newborn size as I discovered Aldi. Would be interested to see if these are better.

SalagadooLamagicaboo Mon 15-Apr-13 18:20:45


DrMcDreamysWife Mon 15-Apr-13 18:50:52

Done, been using supermarket but we've had some leaks recently so be good to know if pampers are worth it. I used the newborn ones but got cheap and started buying boots/ tescos ones.

GirlWithTheYellowHat Mon 15-Apr-13 18:58:57


Munxx Mon 15-Apr-13 20:07:54


gruffalobore Mon 15-Apr-13 20:47:42


PolkaDotCups Mon 15-Apr-13 20:47:48

Oh just moved into size 4 last pack of nappies we brought. Had been bulk buying Huggies thanks to some good offers and vouchers and are currently trying out a variety of what's on offer so this is well timed!

PinkPenguin36 Mon 15-Apr-13 21:19:34

Done. We have just started BLW and found that my DDs usual wee/poo routine is all different and having wetter fuller nappies with more leaks at night!

RAFdad Mon 15-Apr-13 22:09:23

all done smile smile

LazyMonkeyButler Mon 15-Apr-13 22:52:07

All done. Pampers ain't what they used to be - would love to be proved wrong grin.

theboutiquemummy Tue 16-Apr-13 02:14:07


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