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Pampers Swaddlers Newborn 240 Diapers (12 packs of 20)

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  • Umbilical cord notch
  • Quilted backsheet
  • Soft, stretchy Sides and extra padding
  • Soft, overlapping fasteners
  • Snug, comfortable fit


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 Kg
  • Item model number: 30374
  • ASIN: B0019QB1P2
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 7 2012
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507 of 581 people found the following review helpful
Dry-Max vs. Non Dry-Max ... are you confused? Maybe I can help! Oct. 21 2011
By JC - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
New parent here. I have been using Swaddlers since my baby was born (newborn size). Great diapers in my opinion.

I had read that some Pampers diapers had Dry-Max in them and that it could irritate sensitive skin. However, as much reading I did online I never got a good concrete answer on which Pampers Swaddlers had dry-max in them.

To convolute things even more, go to a local store that sells diapers and you will probably find that some Pampers Swaddlers packages say "with Dry Max" on them and some dont (I'm not talking about the Sensitive version - Just regular Swaddlers). So Pampers makes two versions of Swaddlers, one with Dry max and one without? WRONG! (well, at least according to Pampers themselves that is wrong). Straight from Pampers customer service:

1. Any regular Pampers Swaddlers (non-Sensiitive versions) diapers have Dry-Max (regardless of whether it says Dry-max on the packing or not)

2. Pampers Swaddlers SENSITIVE do NOT have Dry-Max

I confirmed this by sending them the product codes of various diapers I had bought online and in actual stores, and they confirmed that each one had dry-max in it (even though some of the packaging did not explicitly say dry-max on it).

For the really confusing part, there is a non-sensitive Pampers Swaddlers Newborn diaper that does NOT have dry-max in it, even though it is packaged like a "regular" Swaddler (i.e. non-sensitive). Look closely and you will see on each of these newborn packages that it has a special little symbol on it that reads "SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL PRODUCT". What's that all about? I contacted Pampers again:

"Thanks for writing!

There is some packaging that is normally not offered at the retail level. These Swaddlers are going to be plain white for the hopsitals, and the make up of the diaper is like Swaddlers Sensitive. "

So at least for some newborn Swaddlers, they are made like Sensitive Swaddlers and do not have dry-max. Those diapers can be found here (see sellers Trend Marketing or Planet Stuff):
Pampers Swaddlers Newborn 240 Diapers (12 packs of 20)

whew...that was confusing right? So in summary, according to Pampers themselves:
ANY "regular" Swaddlers have Dry-max, UNLESS the packaging says "SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL PRODUCT" on the outside.
ANY "sensitive" Swaddlers do NOT have dry-max.

I hope this helps someone!!
303 of 389 people found the following review helpful
Great Product --- But Why the Confusing Product Differences Pampers? (Read for explanation on Dry-Max vs. Non-Dry Max) Oct. 21 2011
By JC - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Most hospitals I know of will use these Pampers Swaddlers diapers for babies born in the hospital. I am sure many of you are buying these because it was what your baby first used at the hospital.

I have been ordering these exact diapers (either from sellers Trend marketing or Planet Stuff, both "fulfilled by Amazon") for about a month now for my newborn (born 6lbs 7oz). They fit her great and we have not had any leaks or blowouts (knock on wood). They are soft, seemingly comfortable for her, and I do not believe that it irritates her skin.

Here comes the tricky part.

As you may or may not know, Pampers has something called "DRY MAX" that is added to some diapers to make them more absorbent. These extra substances may or may not irritate your baby's skin. Search online and you will find that many people have complained about having DRY MAX in the diapers and it giving their baby a rash.

To convolute things even more, go to a local store that sells diapers and you will probably find that some Pampers Swaddlers packages say "with Dry Max" on them and some dont. So Pampers makes two versions of Swaddlers, one with Dry max and one without? WRONG! (well, according to Pampers themselves that is wrong).

Straight from Pampers themselves:
1. Any regular Pampers Swaddlers (non-Sensiitive versions) diapers have Dry-Max
2. Pampers Swaddlers SENSITIVE do NOT have Dry-Max

So, what about these diapers? They are marked as Pampers Swaddlers (non-Sensitive). So we assume they have Dry-Max in them right? WRONG! Pampers does it again and confuses us even more --- order these (from the sellers i listed) and you will notice that packaging has a special little symbol on it that reads "SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL PRODUCT". What's that all about? I contacted Pampers again:

"Thanks for writing!

There is some packaging that is normally not offered at the retail level. These Swaddlers are going to be plain white for the hopsitals, and the make up of the diaper is like Swaddlers Sensitive. "

So there you have it. Even those these are marked as Regular Swaddlers, they are a special hospital version and do NOT have Dry-max (a.k.a. are made like Swaddlers Sensitive).

whew, that was confusing!

When my baby moves up to size 1, i will go straight to Swaddlers Sensitive and not even deal with this dry-max vs. non-drymax fiasco (note: many people are happy with dry-max too! just depends on your baby!)

hope this helps!!!!

edit* just wanted to mention, in the Amazon picture for this product you can actually see the special symbol. It is a white circle with a + in the middle, and around it says "Specialized Hospital Product"
74 of 94 people found the following review helpful
Ensure the vendor is Amazon.com! 5-stars here! July 7 2012
By Dean! - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Size 2, 204 Count Verified Purchase
We have used these Pampers Swaddlers with wetness indicator since our baby was a Newborn. With 4 little nieces, we knew which brand we wanted and which type. In the family's "mom's circle" it was just well known to go with the Pampers Swaddlers. During our baby shower, one of the gift baskets had Huggies and sure enough, we had 2 blow-outs/leak-throughs in the short amount of time we used them. We have had "blow-ups" with the Pampers, but that was the indication we needed a bigger size, as it travelled up the back of the diaper and wouldn't have been an issue if the diaper was slightly bigger. We've gone from NB to Size 1 and now on Size 2 and almost ready for Size 3. (Knock on wood) With Size 2, she hasn't any blow-ups (or blow-outs) thus far. At 5 months we took her to day care, where she has had 2 blow-outs/leak-throughs in less than a 1 month using their daycare-supplied-economy diapers.

Overall, we've been through 600+ Pampers Swaddlers diapers with no blow-outs/leak-throughs, but we have had a few blow-ups past the back of the diaper when she needed a new size.

[Update 8-7-12: We are now on Size 3 and introduced some Stage 1 solid foods. Size 3 seem to be about an inch taller than Size 2 and we've had some close calls that surely would've crept past the top of a Size 2. So as of this date, still no blow-outs or leak-throughs, especially since we are in Size 3. That's some 750+ Swaddler diapers to date. I can also confirm that before sales tax, your price will also be under $38 for Size 3.]

Here are some tips to getting the best price and experience when purchasing diapers online:

Amazon Moms - Save 20%!
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If you don't know about this program, JOIN IT NOW. (Search Amazon Help for more details) It took a couple weeks for us to be "accepted" into this program. (It used to be open, but now you have to "apply" for it) With Amazon Moms, you'll save 15% on most items, such as these diapers. Then, *IF* you sign up for Subscribe & Save, you'll save an additional 5%, for a total of 20% off. Don't worry, Subscribe & Save is very flexible, if you are unsure how fast you'll go through a box, then set the delivery to every 3 months. If you need a box immediately, you can click on "Need Extra Delivery" and it'll get to you in 2 days since Amazon Moms is already a benefit of the Amazon Prime Program. Then, if your baby changes sizes, simply cancel your subscription (even if you only used it once) and Subscribe & Save to the new size. It takes maybe 5 minutes a month to monitor/review your subscriptions...for the extra 5% savings, it is worth it. Put a reminder on your calendar to check it when you do bills each month.

Look for the "Clip this Coupon" button
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This is basically free money. Currently (7-7-12) you can click on this button and it takes $3 off your order. It's easy to miss the button and the coupon, so be on the look out when ordering diapers. Clicking the button takes an extra second.
[UPDATE 8-29-12: Welps looks like some good things come to an end. I ordered some more Size3 diapers and it stated the "Clip this Coupon" had been redeemed the max number of times, oh well, I'll still keep an eye out for other promotions. My total was $41 instead.]

Be careful which Vendor you choose
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Currently, THIS item ships from Amazon.com versus another vendor like 'Medical Management Company' etc. First, my customer service experience with Amazon has ALWAYS been excellent. When you read the reviews here, some of the 1-2 stars aren't really because of the correct product, rather...because the wrong product was shipped by the vendor. Ie. Some people receive these diapers WITHOUT the wetness indicator, well, it's not a bad review of the Pampers Swaddlers with wetness indicator, it's really a bad review of the vendor who falsely advertised or sent the wrong product. Had they received the correct product at the price they wanted from said vendor, they would likely have written the positive review of their experience with the actual, correct product.

Let's help others:
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If you've had perfect experience with a particular vendor, please comment here and people can check here to see who the "good" vendors are before ordering.

Overall [Updated]:
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As of 8-7-12, if you're paying more than $38 or so for NB, Size 1, Size 2 diapers (200+ quantity) or Size 3 (174 qty)[See 8-29-12 update above!], then you're leaving money on the table. Join Amazon Mom's program, make use of Subscribe & Save, Clip Coupons, and ensure the vendor is Amazon.com or a known, good vendor, based on the comments here.

General Feedback Update 3-19-2013
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At some point (it's been a blur!) we switched to Size 4, and Yes, you can still get the wetness indicator on Size 4 diapers. Also, since I posted this review, Amazon changed their Subscribe and Save policy! You can't just subscribe and cancel and subscribe again, well, you can but they only ship at the beginning of the month. We actually got in a bind, we had to buy diapers locally and pay more. As of this writing, we are still getting a box of Size 4 w/wetness indicator, quantity of 144 for ~$38, though a recent shipment was $40, but they also started charging sales tax in Texas for Amazon orders :-( . Also, because of the Subscribe and Save policy change, we had to order 2 boxes of Size 4 at a time to keep up, since you get less and less diapers the more you move up in size.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Not the +Hospital grade ones. Very subpar quality. April 29 2012
By nikecmh - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
These are not the same ones in the picture. These are not the +Hospital ones like it shows. The quality is terrible. They are paper thin compared to an identical pack you can buy at the store. Avoid and spend the extra few dollars.
100 of 133 people found the following review helpful
Hospital Approved vs Regular Swaddlers Newborn Dec 7 2011
By boarderchick - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I've had issues with two suppliers regarding these diapers. Here's my advise to anyone needing/wanting to purchase the swaddler newborn "hospital approved" diapers.

Here's the scoop: Suppliers are advertising the "hospital approved" diapers, these have a + in the middle of a circle on the package. These diapers are the ones used in hospitals and are basically the same as sensitive diapers, except you are not paying the extra .15 per diaper, you pay the same as the other swaddlers for newborns. Now, the catch is the UPC, which the suppliers are not paying attention to. The UPC is 30374X on the hospital grade and on the others is is: 30374. Now, from what a supplier told me, the manufacturer (pampers) is apparently no longer selling hospital grade to the public, which means that the suppliers who have always had these x diapers, will no longer carry them, and they are still advertising the "hospital grade", they are the regular ones.

This has made it so that if the suppliers were not aware of this change, they would not know they are sending out the non-hospital grade diapers, which has health risks to their customers. I'm severly allergic to the powder scent and powder and other stuff in the diaper, I cannot even have the package near me, if it's within 10 feet, I"ll break into hives, and be in the hospital with breathing problems, if it's closer I'm in the ER quickly... So, it's important to me when a supplier advertises something, they send the correct product.

Just wanted to give a heads-up in case there are others or their babies who are sensitive to the regular diapers, and so when you open the packaging, if the nubers on the box don't have the x after them, and/or you put the package to your nose and smell the strong powder scent, you will know you received the incorrect product.

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