|Product Name||OverNites Diapers|
|Country of Origin||United States|
|Age Range Description||Toddler|
|Item model number||10036000406860|
|Product Dimensions||23.66 x 30.48 x 22.23 cm; 2.47 Kilograms|
HUGGIES OverNites Diapers, Size 3, 68 ct., BIG PACK Overnight Diapers (Packaging May Vary)
|Price:||(S$4.56 / Count)|
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- Scientifically designed for sleep
- Most absorbent HUGGIES diapers, with Double Leak Guard for up to 12 hours of protection
- SnugFit waistband and Double Grip Strips for a secure fit, plus a wetness indicator stripe that changes color when diaper is wet
- The #1 Selling Nighttime Diaper (based on nighttime diaper category sales)
- Available in Size 3 (16-28 lb.), Size 4 (22-37 lb.), Size 5 (27+ lb.) and Size 6 (35+ lb.)
- Packaging may vary from image shown
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The most absorbent HUGGIES night time diapers, OverNites are designed for sleep, with Double Leak Guard for up to 12 hours of protection, a SnugFit waistband with Double Grip Strips for a secure fit, and a wetness indicator that changes color when it's time for a fresh diaper. Plus, these disposable night diapers have a quilted inner liner that locks away wetness and a breathable outer cover to help keep baby’s skin feeling dry and comfy. The #1 Selling Nighttime Diaper (based on nighttime diaper category sales), HUGGIES OverNites come in sizes 3 to 6 and fit babies and toddlers 16 to 35+ pounds.
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The brand new version is horrid and has less absorbency than a normal daytime diaper - we couldn't get through a week, I wanted to toss the rest of the box, but my husband suggested we just use them as emergency daytime diapers in the car or something.
In the week we used this item son woke up repeatedly in the morning soaked through his clothes and clammy cold, embarrassed, upset, uncomfortable. Extra laundry, extra inconvenience, and less sleep for everyone. I thought we'd done something wrong, but reading the reviews on the new product -- I can see I'm not alone. I'm done with this brand. Canceling my subscription that has been serving me well for years, and heading over to the Pampers camp. Buyers beware.
Update to include response to manufacturer who, in repeated responses to poor reviews here, blames experienced parents rather than accepting responsibility/accountability for their newly ineffective product:
It's definitely not the size that's the issue - he is currently a size 4, and so we put him in size 5 for overnight. We have been temporarily using Pampers size 4 daytime Cruisers for our new overnights (to replace this product) and they work better.
The issue is the quality of your new revamped diaper. It's poor. The quicker absorbency, or whatever updates have been made, compromises the total absorbency such that the the amount it contains in total is less. The urine starts seeping through the outside of the diaper quite quickly when it's not even that expanded or heavy, so I suspect that the amount of absorbency material is far less than it was in the former version, or much less able to expand.
The tragedy is that so many parents relied on your former product as being top notch in quality and high in utility. Now, this product is false advertising in a box - how can it be accurately called "overnites" when it holds less than a normal daytime diaper?
Reviewed in the United States on 23 October 2017
Reviewed in the United States on 14 February 2017