Here they are in a previous woot
Great price for this many diapers. You may want to stock up, as they run through them quick. Even if you have no kids, these are great for baby showers, as new moms can never have enough diapers.
A great way to put up with your kids crap.
When I saw 7th generation diapers pop up on my twitter feed my first thought was, "Woot is taking the whole 'refurb' thing a bit too far."
msnevets wrote:A great way to put up with your kids crap.
Here is a well thought out video review:
And here is a very mature well thought out response:
-ACDC185 2 years ago
You can buy 4? Have you ever been able to do this?
I bought these last time and I'm not impressed, they bust open and don't hold much.
We bought a pack of these the other day. They are the worst diapers we've ever used. If you can imagine what a diaper made out six or seven layers of their recycled paper towels might be like, you're pretty much imagining these diapers. They have very little absorbency, and soak through ridiculously fast. So either make sure you use a waterproof diaper cover with them, or be ready to pay close attention and change them as soon as they get soiled. If you want an eco-friendly disposable diaper, you're way better off going with Bambo Nature diapers.
jseureau wrote:I bought these last time and I'm not impressed, they bust open and don't hold much.
They're not for adults Jseureau
YOU DON'T FEED A BABY CHILI!
I'm excited for the day this type of product doesn't interest me
lpsession wrote:You can buy 4? Have you ever been able to do this?
I'm wondering what some of you people are feeding your kids and how often you're changing them. We use these for both of our girls as overnight diapers (they get rashes easily if they wear their cloth diapers overnight), and they're the best disposable diapers we've found. Best of all, they don't have sodium polyacrylate like other diapers (look it up - it can be toxic and is banned for use in tampons). No leaks, no "bursts" (really man, what are you feeding them?), and they don't smell like those gawdawful diapers with that "baby powder" scent. In fact, they're fragrance free. So, aside from being better for the environment, they are heaps better than anything else we've come across (other than cloth diapers) for keeping our kids dry and rash-free.
these diapers are crap!
but really use old newspaper, ot will work better.
takidau wrote: be ready to pay close attention and change them as soon as they get soiled.
Preeeeetty sure the child-owner's manual says this is one of the owner's primary functions.
It's not really tricky to figure out but here is the company website
make sure you register this product and fill out the warranty card completely. You know, just in case it ends up being a crappy buy and you need to return it
The package doesn't say "disposable". It took me awhile to find out if they were cloth or disposable.
brdr159 wrote:these diapers are crap!
but really use old newspaper, ot will work better.
A little more information would help the other wooters.
We used to put our toddler in these, but then they "improved" the diapers and added some decoration (the Lorax). Suddenly we were dealing with constant leaks. If I knew that these were the old style, I'd be all over them.
Anorion wrote:YOU DON'T FEED A BABY CHILI!
Umm I don't feed my 22 month old chili; I'm not sure what you mean by that.
CowboyDann wrote:They're not for adults Jseureau
It’s been a long time since I’ve had an accident!
Can you split it and get 2 cases of size 3 and 2 cases of size 4? My little one is going through the sizes quickly and I don't know if I will be able to use 4 cases of the same size?
mikacz wrote:Can you split it and get 2 cases of size 3 and 2 cases of size 4? My little one is going through the sizes quickly and I don't know if I will be able to use 4 cases of the same size?
If you order 2 or more 4-packs, it will let you choose a size for each 4-pack in the order. You can't split a 4-pack though.
Hope that helps!
I would caution anyone who has not used this brand (or any brand before) to be wary off investing in so many diapers without verifying the fit and brand work for your little one. I bought a big box of 7th Gen at Target once, only to discover that they caused an allergic reaction for my daughter. Not telling you not to buy...just suggesting you try and get a hold of some and trying them out before committing to this volume of diapers
Like with most 7th Generation products, I tried really hard to put up with these diapers lack luster performance but found myself using more of them which offset any environmental benefit. Not only did the tabs break easily, they did not hold much and resulted in messy blow outs that required fist fills of baby wipes. I switched back to pampers and my son was more comfortable, happier and we potty trained him earlier to offset the negative enironmental impact.
I think you nailed it !
It is a nice thought. . . But Kroger has a chlorine-free brand that is cheaper. . . And cloth is cheaper.
To those who have had issues with "leaky diapers"; I am not sure how often you are (or are not) changing your child.I purchased these last month for the very first time and have had no leak issues even when my son had a stomach virus and ended up with diarrhea. I only had one diaper that had a tab break but that only happened while trying to diaper my overly wiggly child. Aside from that, I have had no other issues. Even overnight.I probably change my child more often then a lot of you folks.I just know I wouldn't want to sit in a soggy diaper (that's just plain gross!!)but again even overnight when my child isn't changed every two hours I have never had any issues.Oh wait, One time I did put him in a size 4 instead of a 3 and had diapers leak so maybe the leaky diaper was just not the right size?? These diapers aren't "pretty" but they certainly work wonderfully!
These are great - we have been using them since my son was an infant. He is now 21 months old. However, this is the same price (if tou factor in shipping) we pay through Amazon Subscribe and Save with prime.
I bought some during the last woot sale, and have not quite used them all up yet. I am not a 7th Generation purist by any means, but I do use them as often as possible. In our situation, we use cheap(ish) huggies for everyday use and the 7th Gen (or other chlorine free option) for over nights. They seem to hold out against leaks well enough and the diapers don't give our kids a rash from all the "deposits" overnight. This is a great deal for us because it brings the price down to just about regular diaper prices... still won't use during the day, though...
Got them a few weeks ago, just not the biggest fan. Sure they are "supposed" to be better for your baby, but I found that the performance was lacking. We seem to need to change these more often than other name brand diapers, and the seem as though they may not be as comfortable and soft as other brands.
bluejester wrote:When I saw 7th generation diapers pop up on my twitter feed my first thought was, "Woot is taking the whole 'refurb' thing a bit too far."
I was thinking the same thing. I understand the hand-me-down shoes, and the hand-me-down shirts, but I would think that by the seventh generation it's time to throw these disposable diapers away!
No wonder these diapers are brown!
These are the worst diapers that we ever tried. They leaked almost every time we used them, have a gross brown color that looks odd hanging out of a onesie, and are frequently on sale for $4 a pack at our local grocery store. We threw several packs away, rather than regifting this junk.
I bought 3 boxes of these the last time. BEST DIAPERS EVER. The only ones that function anywhere near as well are the Target brand diapers. These are a tad more expensive, but no tax, so it's kind of a trade off.
Our son is a heavy wetter. If he drinks a little extra milk or water at bed time, then Sam's club diapers, Huggies, Pampers...they all leak. Sam's were the worst offenders as they would hold a lot of pee but feel wet on the front. These 7th gen have had ZERO leaks.
I used these off and on for my son. He was sensitive to some ofthe other bands at first and i had won a 6 month supply in a contest. They did the job for the most part. Because they stay damp to the touch, I used them when we started potty training so he could feel the wet and mess. Worked like a charm! He was fully trained without and carpet accidents in justa few days!
melodiel wrote:It is a nice thought. . . But Kroger has a chlorine-free brand that is cheaper. . . And cloth is cheaper.
Nailed it. We use cloth but at nighttime we use Kroger's "A Touch of Nature" chlorine free diapers. Much better quality and cheaper!
We have been using these diapers since my son was 2 months old (he is 9 months now). He is primarily a cloth diaper baby, but we use these for when we're out and overnights. Yes, overnights! I am not sure how often everyone is changing their baby's diapers, but we've never had trouble with leaks or blowouts.
As far as the color goes, part of their selling point is they don't use dyes (aside from the Lorax pattern) or bleaches; not sure why the color was surprising.
Best Diapers Ever!
Bought 3 cases last time, stage 3, great fit, NO LEAKS, bought 4 cases this time, would buy more but limit is 4 cases per person.
Highly Recommend these diapers, can't say enough good things about them!