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pampers crusiers size 7

pampers crusiers size 7

  • Good

    Votes: 17 58.6%
  • Bad

    Votes: 4 13.8%
  • Undecided

    Votes: 8 27.6%

  • Total voters
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For a baby diaper, I am very suprised as far as absorbency goes. They can hold two or three medium wettings with no leaks.

Sizing can be difficult. I'm curvy, so I really have to stretch the sides. Once you have the velcro tabs on the diaper, usually they stick well.

They have a wonderful scent to them, too! :)

I think they are an excellent baby diaper, but just be aware since they are intended for babies, they are small.
 

Fire2box

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Prefect for a bay/toddler.
Okay for a Bedwetting kid of 6 or less.
Comedic for a teenager/adult to use.
 

satyrical

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Comfortable, incredibly stretchy, rather large, can handle an okay amount of liquid. Fun to sleep in, for me at least. And very cute.
 

BabyKat

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good for stuffers.
Ya.

I really think there's not much difference between these and the 6's...not enough to matter anyway. I have both sizes of cruisers, and it might be like a half inch to an inch longer. They aren't "tall enough" for me - if they were, I'd have no problem with the waist - but the sides have to go around my thighs instead because they're short - since, ugh-dugh - they're for babies. I wouldn't expect them to fit. Heck, for height I even have issues with a lot of adult small size diapers, which would all fit my waist....this just accentuates that problem.
 

HuskyRye

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I wouldn't know. Never tried them...I think I may be too big anyways. I'm 150 lbs and 32 in. waist, so I'm assuming I wouldn't be able to :( Oh well.
 
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Butterfly Mage

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I can't fit in them. They look like they'd be really good for actual toddlers, however.
 

cmon6969

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I prefer size 6 better because thay are cheaper for stuffers. I like the luvs the best
 

Kyler

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all this has me pondering....i wonder if i could fit them, me and my 29 inch waist, scrawny self =P
 

LittleAdam

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As Fire2box has said, they are great for younger kids, probably under 6. But they're simply not meant for teenagers and adults, no matter how small or skinny you are.
 

Dakota13

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I used to be able to fit in to size 6 baby dry's, and i had a 32 waist but it took some major stretching, they also only held about one good wetting and any more would cause it to leak once you sat down. Though now that i have lost some weight and only have a 30 waist maybe i can. They are a good stealth diaper but i think that anyone would probably be better of with underjams or goodnights for that.
 

WhiteWolf

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There a good diaper, though the main problem ive seen is from what ive also heard from those who review the underjams, sides tear. I cant sleep with them due to this fact, though they do absorb fairly well so to me I consider them good.
 
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