Pampers® Easy Ups™
4.44 / 5 based on 968 Reviews
The Journey To Underwear
Transitioning into underwear is a big deal for every toddler! While the end result is rewarding, the road to get there can be challenging for parents and kids alike. Pampers Easy Ups new product features are designed to help make the process of graduating from diapers to underwear easier and more fun!
New Pampers Easy Ups Offer the Following Features
360° Stretchy Waistband: A 360° stretchy waistband stretches all the way around, giving toddlers an underwear-like fit that’s easy for your toddler to pull up and down.
Extra Absorb Channels™: Pampers Exclusive Extra Absorb Channels™ distribute wetness evenly inside the core of the training underwear to provide outstanding protection against leaks, day or night.
Dual Leak-Guard Barriers™: Dual Leak-Guard Barriers™ help stop leaks where they happen most—around the legs.
Super Soft, Like Cotton Underwear: Easy Ups™ feel more like cotton underwear thanks to super soft material.
Easy Tear Sides: Easy tear sides are designed to help make removal easy when needed.
Sizes and Availability Sizes 2T-3T, 3T-4T, and 4T-5T are available nationwide.
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I loved transitioning to these diapers! The sides tear away so you can easily pull them off if you don’t want to pull down like traditional underwear. They give your child the feel of traditional underwear however, and can help them get used to the pulling up and down. They absorb decently well, although I don’t think as good as the normal pampers diaper. However, I used these as the transition to the potty and I didn’t need as high as an absorbency.
I have five children, but my experience with easy ups varied from child to child. Overall they were easy for the children to pull up and take down, but it seemed as though the sides were defective in more of them then the competitor’s brand. Additionally, depending on how my youngest male child was situated he had leaked outside of the pamper. Again, it is a superior training pamper; these were just some of the issues we’ve had.
These were great for those potty training days. My last child finished potty training about a year ago. These were easy to get up and down and they tear at the sides if you have a particularly messy one to change. They looked comfortable and I don't recall seeing any red marks from them being too tight. I don't recall any leaks or blow outs. These worked really well for us.
I typically buy Huggies Pull-Ups® because they have more characters to choose from but our local Dollar General was out 2-3t. 😩 Don’t get me wrong, Riley likes Thomas the 🚂, but these pull ups are closer to diapers than the huggies pull ups. They do rip at the sides like the Huggies , but they aren’t reattach able. I don’t plan on buying these again unless wherever we go is out of Huggies.
Oh man am I stuck in the world of pull-ups right now!! These are very soft and my son was comfortable in them. However, he is potty trained during the day and only wears pull ups and night. These were not think enough or absorbable enough for night time wear. Overall, these would be great training pants for the day, but I do not recommend for the evening
I love Pampers easy ups! I am a cloth diapering parent, but during times when my kids are learning to handle their own clothes and potty training, we use some disposables. Pampers Easy-Ups fit better than any other brand. My only complaints would be the price compared with other/store brands, and the fact that they all seem to be gendered. I would prefer a gender-neutral version than either of the gendered characters that are offered.
My daughter loved her easy ups! They were a great transition from diapers to underwear. I loved how she could pull them up and down and go to the big girl potty all by herself! They made her feel independent! They were very absorbent at night when we were just learning that you have to wake up if you have to go potty! Great product and have recommended them to many friends with kids getting ready to start the potty training journey!
We used pull up for my little girl. She loved wearing big girl trainers. It does trap the beginning oops. However the size was a little to big for her. Even after adjusting the sides. She is a very petite 2 year old. But the were great, and she is on her way to used big girl underwear. #gotitfree
I used Easy Ups for my two older girls; my youngest isn't ready yet. They were good for the in-between stage for them. They were taking off their traditional diaper but we're not ready for underwear yet. It also get them a better sense of being wet. Diapers are made to pull all the moisture these pull moisture but not all of it. It was also great for sleeping when they were in the midst of training and on long trips in the car.
My son loves his pull-ups. They last long and easy to use. Since Thomas the Train is on them he loves to go to the potty. The price range of these are like $8-10 and that’s not too bad but I wish more came in a pack. Highly recommend though if your kids are starting to potty train.
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