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    Would appreciate if anyone who's tried them to answer a question or two =).

    Are the huggies pull ups larger than pampers cruisers 7/baby dry 6?

    Are the "night time" 3t-4t pull ups larger than the 4t-5t regular ones?

    Thanks!

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    Don't bother with the night time

    They totally rip at the sides much more than the easy open stretchy sides of the normal ones and I can not see them holding anymore.I have entire dirty stash of them in the garage I am getting rid of today. .

    Granted, I do weigh 150 pounds (No more pizza) and am a 32-34 waist.

    But I would reccomend the Cars see and learn or whatever, which ever one has the dissapearing cars when you wet. They at least work better for me

    Note: Cool Alert Sucks - Don't bother ....goodnights and underjams especailly are fantastic pullups, I would say odds are the pullups will be larger and fit better than cruisers/baby dry, but I have not tried them, mainly cause it's a finicial risk I would never attempt. They could make decent stuffers I'm sure.

    I say go pullups, go 4t-5T. The dissapearing ones. Or if you need bigger go Underjams, or goodnights.

    Unless you find a 7/6, and fit, in which case please do report

    I consider myself a pullups boy. A kid "in training." It's comfy, convient, and I can use the big toilet all by myself if I need to. Trick is finding one that will be good for extended public wear/use.

    And there's the fact that diapers are meaningless to me unless there's some to put it on me.

    Hope I was of SOME service, somehow.

    G'luck

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    I fit 4T-5T perfectly and I have like a 32-34 inch waist. The night time ones are smaller than the regular ones. I'd just stick with regular ones if I were you

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    Quote Originally Posted by woof View Post
    Be warned, Pull-Ups' absorbency is lacklustre at best.
    I agree 100% about baby pullups. If you wear them to bed be prepared to awake up in a wet bed unless you are also wearing plastic pants with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk View Post
    I agree 100% about baby pullups. If you wear them to bed be prepared to awake up in a wet bed unless you are also wearing plastic pants with them.
    Oh yeah... I forgot about that... If you're not a light wetter then you'd better just go with goodnights or double up

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtt View Post
    Would appreciate if anyone who's tried them to answer a question or two =).

    Are the huggies pull ups larger than pampers cruisers 7/baby dry 6?

    Are the "night time" 3t-4t pull ups larger than the 4t-5t regular ones?

    Thanks!
    They are not larger than the listed diapers.

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    I am not 100% sure about my answer but I am preety sure that none of the sizes listed first ones listed are smaller than the next one. The 4t-5t do fit for waist sizes 32-34.

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    I just wanted to give you all an update.. after trying them for myself, pulls 4t-5t are indeed bigger than the largest size baby diapers (pampers baby dry 6/cruisers size 7). Thanks for your input, they fit great =)

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