Swim nappies?

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QueenOfTheCatBastards Thu 02-Mar-17 22:45:52

Evening all.

My five year old has just started swimming sessions, and we've discovered tonour peril this evening that standard swim nappies are next to useless for a doubly incontiment five year old.

We've been advised to buy a reusable set, but I'm having issues tracking down anything that will fit him. Most nappies seem to go to age 2/3 then stop.

Does anybody else have a brand name I could look up please? It needs to be a solids catching nappy, and needs to go up to (and beyond) the 5/6 age range.

Thank you in advance for any thoughts you might have.

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QueenOfTheCatBastards Thu 02-Mar-17 22:46:29

To our peril, and doubly incontinent.

I can't type today!

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ZackyVengeance Thu 02-Mar-17 22:49:21


Melawati Fri 03-Mar-17 08:36:42

Maybe something like this from Eric would work? Expensive, I know, but I've found their products really do the job sand they are very helpful with advice.

gigglingHyena Fri 03-Mar-17 10:21:02

Fledglings might have something suitable.


Sleepyblueocean Fri 03-Mar-17 11:07:55

We use one like zacky linked. Splashabout do them from small child to large adult. You can fit ordinary swimwear over the top.

QueenOfTheCatBastards Fri 03-Mar-17 13:03:57

Thanks for the links, will check them out later when I've attacked the boy with a tape measure!

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