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Pampers 7 New Weight Rating?

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Guess you Americans are just getting fatter and fatter, from a early age

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(The Pampers pinned thread isn't loading properly for me so I'm asking here.)

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Well, it seems that [email protected] Cru1sers are now available in

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Uhh...There's been size 7 (41+) for years now and there are no sizes 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. I have no clue what this thread is about.

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Guess everyone is full of shit..

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I was going to say, the size 6 for Pampers and every other brand has been 35+ for a while.

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Uhh...There's been size 7 (41+) for years now and there are no sizes 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. I have no clue what this thread is about.

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Indeed yes, nearly all baby disposable diaper manufacturers use a virtually standard weight rating, with Size 6 being 35+ pounds. Since the rating is expressed this way, the situation is covered in the case of Size 6 fitting one kid who weighs the same as another taller kid who needs a Size 7.

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I've noticed for a long while now that the diaper manufacturer's are advertising it's only right to potty train a child when they are ready. If that means age 4 then so be it. They are also heavily pushing the need to keep them in diapers for a long after that for

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I've noticed for a long while now that the diaper manufacturer's are advertising it's only right to potty train a child when they are ready. If that means age 4 then so be it. They are also heavily pushing the need to keep them in diapers for a long after that for

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pampers size 7 are getting smaller it seems - rating is probably 19-25kg.

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To be sure, in North America Pampers largest disposable is the Cruisers Size 7.

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So I'm confused.

Is the Pampers Cruisers size 7 any larger than a Baby Dry size 6?

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In general from what I here country's and even Mexico have used bigger size baby diapers than the US

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It has a lot to do with the way a child is built these days too

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I've was on a site on time an it did look like

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That the largest size baby diaper that the other country was using was bigger

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I'm a UK size 14-16 any babyish ones that I could fit into I was in my local asda they had size 7 pamers was thinking could they fit

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I have 28 Grand Nieces and Nephews.

I've changed a lot of diapers.

I learned a LONG TIME AGO that Pull Ups DON'T WORK... They Suck! All of them should be Removed from the Shelves and Burned in place of Coal to run our Power Plants...

I'm just sayin' :16_EmoticonsHDcom:

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On 04/08/2017 at 0:26 PM, abgreen said:

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This. How is this thread still alive? Its been pure bunk from the moment it was posted. The day Pampers size 8 or Huggies size 7 exist, I'm sure this place will be plastered with proof of them, at least I'd expect it to be. The one small glimmer of hope for more size 7s is that the Pampers ones actually seem to be selling now and have been for the past few years, so the question now is whether or not KCWW decides to play catch-up with Huggies and if anyone else decides to follow suit with them.

On 08/02/2013 at 10:39 AM, happiesxxl said:

Has anyone ever posted a picture of Pampers packages designated Size 8 or larger?

No because they don't exist, at least not in the US, not unless you're talking about those test diapers.

The one way Pampers "size 8" exist involves some tortured logic and flawed marketing on P&G's part, and they're not really "size 8." On part of their website, and subsequently on Amazon, Pampers lists (or at least listed) UnderJams with size S/M as "Size 7" in parentheses, and size L/XL as "Size 8" in parentheses. Naturally, someone sees the words "Pampers" and "Size 8," sees them on the website, ignores the word "UnderJams" and the parentheses, and we get posts like this. They're not really "size 8" though, and P&G doesn't label them as "size 8" on the packaging. The day UnderJams are labeled as "size 8" and not L/XL, I'll concede that Pampers is making size 8 "diapers" with the quotes around "diapers" since we're supposed to believe that they're totally not diapers even though they do the same job. ;) But no, there's no size 8, not in the US anyway.

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But I lyk fapping to tha idee uv udult syze pamperz wit Elmo on tha frunt!

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