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Managed to get hold of some long out of production feel 'n' learn pull ups on ebay

Packaging 

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Front

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Back

Next to it is a pampers baby dry size 6 for size comparison 

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Their Underjams really needs to be updated with better side panels, and new graphics. Since the beginning,  I've noticed  that UJ's packaging has changed at least 3 or 4 times,  but not the product itself. 

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Why they don't make size 7 or 8? Can they make it? Can they make size 10 or 12 for an young child diapers. 

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Does anyone know if the Easy ups have better stronger side panels? If so, P&G should replace Underjams side panels. 

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The new Easy Ups finally fixed the disastrous side panels of every previous design. Unfortunately, the diapers themselves are nowhere near as absorbent or soft as they previously were. It's obvious that they money that went to absorbency/softness was reallocated to the new side panels. I'm not sure how well the design would scale up for UnderJams though, it seems like the materials used could pose an issue if more of them were needed.

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I noticed today when looking on Tesco's grocery site that they are now selling size 7 baby dry in the UK 

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The boy on the Pampers Baby Dry 7 is cute. He looks like he might be 3.5 years old. 

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Interesting find there Ipa, I wonder how they compare to the US Cruisers in terms of size, and if we'll be seeing the size 7 baby-dry in the US anytime soon. I know Europe has more size 7 options than we do, but I could see P&G wanting to expand there size 7 options worldwide with these if they ever make it across the pond.

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On ‎11‎/‎29‎/‎2016 at 10:51 PM, N830MH said:

Why they don't make size 7 or 8? Can they make it? Can they make size 10 or 12 for an young child diapers. 

The machines to make  adult pullups just don't exist yet. Also a size Small adult diaper is size 9 anyways with Abena covering size 7-8 with their youth diapers called the "abri form junior"

if you need a size chart

Size Preme: Up to 7 lbs

Newborn: Up to 10lbs

Size 1: 8-14lbs

Size 2: 12-18lbs

Size 3 16-28lbs

Size 4: 22-37lbs(Size 2T-3T is the same size)

Size 5: Over 27lbs(Size 3T-4T is the same size)

Size 6 35-50lbs(Size 4T-5T is the same size)

Size 7 42-65lbs(Youth diaper)

Size 8 75-125lbs(Youth diaper)

Size 9 125-165lbs(known as Size Small Adult Diaper)

Size 10 140-190lbs( known as Size Medium Adult Diaper)

Size 11 180-250lbs(known as Size Large Adult Diaper)

Size 12 240-300lbs(known as Size Extra Large Adult Diaper)

Size 13 300lbs-450lbs(known as Size XXL Adult Diaper or a Bariatric Diaper)

Size 14 450lbs-700lbs(known as Size XXXL Adult Diaper or a Bariatric Diaper)

 

 

Hope this helps a lot!

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