Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants for Boys

Outstanding leak protection while potty training!

Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants for Boys

You and your little boy will know when he’s ready for potty training. That’s why Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants are designed for when he’s ready for potty training during the day, but still needs protection at night. Plus, they feature Pampers Leak Protection for fewer leaks. And Pampers Easy Ups absorb quicker than the other leading training pant. Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants come in easy toddler sizing that matches the size of your child's clothes and feature fun Thomas the Tank Engine designs. *based on size 4 Huggies Pull Ups Learning Designs

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  • Benefits

• Fewer leaks than the other leading training pant

• Up to 12 hours of protection, even overnight

• Thomas the Tank Engine designs

• Core specially positioned to absorb for boys

• Graphic wetness indicator

• Earn Pampers Rewards® points with every Pampers purchase.

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Best training pant ever

lilacheart13 September 14, 2011

My son has been using pampers products since he was born. I was unsure about using the Pampers Easy Ups because when I read the reviews some parents said that this product did not have any sides that would open up, thus making it difficult to change the baby after defecating. Therefore, I bought pull ups (not pampers). I found out that I made a huge mistake. Even though they had sides that open, the material was uncomfortable and the absorbency was not good at all. After using them for a week, I decided to buy Pampers Easy Ups trainers. I went into the Pampers website to find the proper size for my 2 year old son. As soon as I put them on him he felt happy and looked very comfortable. The material is very soft and the design is perfect because he loves Diego. He is able to move better than when he was wearing the pull ups ( not pampers). Their absorbency is great. Now he wakes up in the morning and his bed as well as his clothes are not wet. The sides will not come apart when he wears them. And the great thing about them, is that I am able to open the side easily by using only my hands in order to change my baby when he defecates. I found this product to be excellent and I would really recommend it to everyone who needs training pants.

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tarable12 April 03, 2012

My son started potty training, and we went straight for the Pampers product because that has been our only brand since he was born. The diapers were cute with the Diego design - but the sides of the diapers are a real pain. Huggies has pull ups that the sides come undone like a diaper... just in case. Trying to get the Pamper pull ups off when he has an accident isn't easy or clean - I like having the options of a diaper when I need to clean him up. Maybe you can work this into your design?

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Response from Pampers

Dee, Consumer Care April 12, 2012

Thanks for your feedback about the Pampers Easy Ups. I'll be happy to let our team know you didn't like the sides. We do listen to consumer feedback when deciding on changes to our products.

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I hate these!

renzi09 January 30, 2012

I teach toddlers & one of our families brought these in for their son. He's 18 months and definitley NOT potty training yet. As a diaper, they are awful. You can tear away the sides for fast removal unless there is poo, then it's the same as a diaper. Putting on the new one is a total pain because I have to take off pants & shoes which takes much longer and is frustrating for the child. We've asked for regular diapers but this is all we have. It would be so much easier if they had the sides you could easily open & put back together. I would NEVER buy these for a child.

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Love these, but...

bpw1123 September 04, 2012

I absolutely love these for their absorbency factor and they are easy for me to put on my very active son who hates diaper changes (the real reason I bought them). The only thing I can't stand is taking them off! He is not quite potty training yet so when I have to change a poopy diaper, having to rip the sides can create quite a mess at times. I don't like Huggies products, but I do love their velcro sides and wish these had the same. So easy to take off and you can secure the diaper into a ball before disposing so nothing falls out. If Pampers could add this feature it would be the perfect product!

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Needs easy-open sides

orangegirl44 March 10, 2012

We used Pampers ever since my son was born and loved them! However, now that we are potty-training, it is very difficult to change (especially with #2). I would recommend Pampers for every stage except this. The other part I dislike about Easy-Ups is there is no way to keep the diaper closed once used and ready to toss (like we did with the Velcro on diapers). If Pampers changed the style to have Velcro, I would switch in a heart beat! Plus I have such great coupons for their products!

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