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Nothing wrong with quality or performance. I had subscription for every 4 weeks, my initial orders were 15% off but then all of a sudden the last 2 deliveries were like $43 and when I checked the subscription savings were reduced to 5% without even notifying me. Unsubscribed because I can get it cheaper from my local superstore.
Muy mala calidad de estos pañales, no se si sean originales, no traen el refuerzo en la espalda, por lo que todo, literalmente todo lo que hace el bebé se le escurre hasta la espalda, la absorción da mucho de que hablar, probé unos de la misma marca comprados en el supermercado y son de mucho mejor calidad que estos, de igual forma compre los más económicos que encontré y lamentablemente eran de mejor calidad que estos, es una pena que vendan este tipo de productos, en mi situación solo fue la etapa de recién nacido, no he checado las demás etapas per definitivamente me dejó una mala experiencia por lo que no me arriesgare a comprarlos de nuevo.
We have been using Swaddlers since our baby was born and they were great diapers. Unfortunately the new version is horrible. Still very absorbent, but smells bad and the materials are low quality. Would not recommend.
I absolutely hate the new design! I miss the Sesame Street characters and so does our kid. These diapers feel thinner and not as good quality - and these are Swaddlers, so I'm paying a premium for the premium diaper. They're cutting corners: less material (thinner product), less dyes (faded colors), less licensing fees (no Sesame Street) - so their diapers are costing them less to make, and yet they're charging the same for less diapers per box! This is not fair to consumers.
I have LOVED Pampers once my daughter was born. They worked well for her sensitive skin and gave us the fewest blowouts of all the brands we’ve tried (pretty much all of them!). I am OUTRAGED at this price increase. I thought it was just amazon with its price fluctuations, but when I went to target to stock up for daycare, I found that their price on Pampers had gone up too. $0.38 per diaper is absolutely crazy. I have cancelled my subscription and am back to trying out other brands. I’m willing to pay more for better quality, but these are the same quality as I bought last month. These are no longer in my working mama budget. Pampers, do yourself a favor and be kind to your customers.
Compared to the regualr store bought item of the same size and brand— this must be a knockoff! They are thinner, the elastics on the leg and at the back are almost non-existant and they leak easily! Very disappointed!
Edited September 20, 2020: The quality has declined horribly. Swaddlers does not last 12 hours as advertised on the box. Our (now) 1-year-old can easily soak-through a diaper and start leaking in about 8 hours less. We change our kid 7+ times in a day, and night is the only time our kid sits in a wet diaper more than an hour (we don't give liquids within an hour or two of bed.) Pampers has in-fact introduced another type of Swaddlers called "Overnights"; regular Swaddlers has in-fact intentionally been decreased in quality so P&G can sell a more expensive (at almost twice the price) "Overnights" diaper. If we want the diaper to actually last 12 hours (overnight) then we have to buy the new "Overnights" Swaddlers. Honestly, greedy money-grubbing by P&G to nickle-and-dime customers like this; especially during "the new normal." Decrease product quality, introduce newly rebranded product with original quality, sell for almost twice the price, do-so during global pandemic - Corporatism 101.
Edited August 06, 2020: The first Size 3 "month supply" box of 168 diapers we just finished was missing 7 diapers; the previous months' box of Size 2 diapers (186) count was short 5 diapers. Pretty much every "month supply" box of Size 2 & 3 diapers that we've bought starting May 2020 has been missing diapers and not included the amount listed on the box. (Yes, we actually count and keep track of our diaper usage so we know how much to buy/when to buy more.) Are these diapers going missing at the factory or at the Amazon Warehouse? Reducing our rating another star because this is some serious Q&A problems. Also have been noticing these diapers aren't lasting 12 hours before they start leaking; despite the claims on the box. Sometimes a diaper doesn't last a single urination - we're diapering a child not a horse. We might actually have to swap brands at the price per diaper that Swaddlers are - missing diapers, a diaper that can't go over-night leak-free, tabs ripping off, etc. I would say it looks like the quality has become piss-poor in our opinion, but that might be a compliment.
Have used pampers exclusively with our child; however the last round of diapers we've bought back in March 27, 2020 (at the start of the pandemic) appear to have severe manufacturing defects. The tabs rip off without much effort, and the diapers leak after only a single urination. I've seen past reviews complaining about these exact same problems - maybe a bad batch of diapers or maybe Amazon got supplied with counterfeits - we got ours via subscribe & save "Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC". So far the box only seems to be 25% affected; the diapers do otherwise feel, smell, and look like the real thing. They just feel like they were messed-up in manufacturing and the QA at P&G missed these.
These were so-so for me. Absorbency and yellow/blue indicators worked well, but they were much rougher on skin than the Huggies I'd gotten from the hospital. When I re-purchased these Pampers Swaddlers from a regular store, I realized that the Pampers product I'd received on Amazon were knockouts. The ones from the Amazon seller are much stiffer than the store-bought Pampers and had subtle design differences. Upon reading other reviews I see now that others have commented and posted photos of the knockouts vs real pampers swaddlers. Anyway, they were still functional diapers, but lower quality and not a genuine product.
We used pampers when my daughter was first born and had no issues with them whatsoever. We started getting Huggies because they worked great and a little cheaper. But once she grew into a size 4 the ones I usually bought weren’t available. So I thought I’d give these a try.
First the quality has definitely gone down. They are thinner and the Velcro tags rip off all the time. My daughter was wearing a dress and while she was walking around the diaper just fell off! Because the tag just ripped off. I threw away so many diapers due to this. They don’t seem as absorbent as they used to be, she would wake up in the morning with her bottom completely soaked. She also never had issues with diaper rash until we used these. After a few days she developed one and even though I was treating it routinely it kept getting worse. I stopped using these halfway through the box and went to the store to find some Huggies and her rash has gotten significantly better since.
Needless to say I was willing to pay a little more for a good quality diaper but these are not it.