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Blueberry Trainers Giraffes Pants (Large)

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  • Fits most babies from 14 - 19 kg
  • Easy to pull up & down.
  • Made with latex-free elastic.
  • Machine wash & tumble dry warm. No bleach or fabric softeners.
  • Made in the USA.
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Technical Details
Model NumberB7800-GI-L
Item Weight136 g
Product Dimensions22.9 x 1.3 x 22.9 cm
Item model numberB7800-GI-L
Minimum Weight Recommendation15.9 Kilograms
Maximum Weight Recommendation19.1 Kilograms
Batteries requiredNo
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 104,003 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight136 g
Date First Available7 Aug 2011
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These training pants are designed to feel like real underwear for those who are potty training. With an inner lining made with cotton velour, a layer of super-absorbent microterry and a hidden waterproof panel , these training pants will do the job of catching small accidents during the day. These trainers are only partially waterproof and not recommended for use overnight or for naps.

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1 x Training pants

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167 of 171 people found the following review helpful
Trim, but not waterproof enough 17 Jun 2012
By thebeta99 - Published on
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Okay, so my dd is nearly 2. We've had a potty chair for a few months and it's time to get serious. The thing is, although my dd is very interested in the potty (sitting on it clothed, flushing the big potty for mommy) she's only worn disposable diapers so she doesn't know much about being wet. Her daycare wants her in pull-ups if she's not mostly trained, so my plan is to use cloth trainers on the weekends and in evenings until she gets a few successes under her belt.

Since I'm an older first-time mom, my first instinct was to use classic Gerber trainers with plastic pants. Big mistake. The pants are so huge and noisy that it made my dd cry, and of course we want to keep this a happy experience. I tried the Dappi version of the pants - somewhat less poofy and less noisy, but still not something I could pass off as "special, big girl undies."

So on to 2-in-1 trainers. So many to choose from, and it seems with each that the majority loves them, except for the few that hate them. I decided to sample three different kinds (Super Undies, Blueberry, and Potty Patty) before making an investment (which it certainly is.) For those of you in the same bind, I'm reviewing all three here.

Note my goals up front: I'm looking for something that can handle one full accident, because my dd doesn't know what an accident is yet. It doesn't have to hold it long, and I want her to know she's wet, but I'd like whatever she's sitting on or standing over to stay dry (and to those who say use training pads - does your 2-year-old really stay still long enough for that to work?)

Super Undies - 2 stars

Size Medium, for my 30 pound girl
Length (Waist to crotch) - 8"
Width (widest part of hips) - 11"
Crotch width (at narrowest) - 6.5" (!)

- Polyester exterior with a widely-padded interior, covered with a soft, waffle-weave material. Sides are single layer, so they're a bit trimmer on the sides than some similar pants, but that wide crotch bags down and out in front.
- Legbands are narrow, so they're less likely to get wet and wick to the outside, but they're a bit tight for my dd's Beyonce thighs - they didn't leave marks but they were hard to get up and down. The waistband is actually a bit loose on her, but the pants are rather stiff so there was no chance of them falling down.
- My dd wore these for three hours. She tried several times to "go" but couldn't. After lunch I though she must have to go, and I found she already had. The waffle interior wicked so well that neither of us knew it (didn't even feel wet or thick to me - I figured it out from the smell.)
- Sorry, Super Undies lovers, these are my least favorite. They're very polyester, not especially pretty for a girl, and they hold leaks too well for a beginning trainee. And they're expensive. Maybe when she gets to just needing something overnight I'll find some love for them.

Blueberry training pants - 3 stars

Size Medium, for my 30 pound girl
Length (Waist to crotch) - 8"
Width (widest part of hips) - 10"
Crotch width (at narrowest) -4 .5"

- Cotton feel exterior with widely-padded terry interior. These are by far the trimmest looking pants, and they inspired my dd to dance in front of the mirror with glee.
- Legbands are wide, so combined with the narrow crotch (which I otherwise appreciate) they get wet and wick to the outside easily. But the fit was very good - snug, but not tight, and easy to pull up and down off my dd's Beyonce thighs.
- My dd wore these for an hour or two. I asked if she had to "go", she said yes, and by the time we got to the potty the panties were soaked, inside and out. People say they're good for small accidents - sure enough.
- I accidentally bought four pairs of these (had a couple Amazon windows open to compare products, didn't realize I'd added these to multiple carts, and the carts combined at checkout.) I was going to return the unopened extras if I didn't like the pants, but I think I'll keep them for when my dd is pretty much trained. They will provide some protection without bulking up her cloths. That being said, I wish there were girlier - and lighter - prints available. I didn't get the pink print because of the black trim.

Potty Patty - 4 stars (the winner of the three)

Size Medium, for my 30 pound girl
Length (Waist to crotch) - 8.5"
Width (widest part of hips) - 11.5"
Crotch width (at narrowest) -5"

- Polyester, but not heavy, exterior with soft cotton interior. The padding is more narrow than the others and doesn't extend all the way up to the waist - much like Gerber trainers. In fact, these are the closest to being Gerber trainers with plastic pants, in one, but not quite as puffy and much easier to get on and off.
- Legbands are narrow, so they're not too likely to get wet and wick to the outside. The legholes look small, but they're very stretchy so I think they would accommodate both big and small thighs well. Easy to pull up and down.
- My dd wore these for an hour or two. I asked if she had to "go", she said yes, but she couldn't do it on the potty. As soon as I pulled the pants up, she said "all done." And she was. But the outside of the panties felt dry, so for my purposes, these were a win. I've ordered more. Nice that they're also the cheapest of the three brands I sampled.
- Although the design is nothing fancy ("I am a big kid now", "I am all grown up."), it will hide well under most clothes and - surprisingly - these were the pair my dd grabbed out of the laundry basket and declared "panties!"

So nothing got 5 stars, because I'd really like the Potty Patties in a Blueberry cut, with cute designs like you see on the Fruit of the Loom regular panties. From the reviews I've read, those don't exist. Ah, well, she'll be wearing Fruit of the Looms soon enough.
41 of 44 people found the following review helpful
These make life a little easier! 12 April 2012
By Monkey Momma - Published on
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These are very nice training pants. I purchased Gerber, Imse Vimse and ones by Blueberry. I don't have a preference over the Blueberries or Imse Vimse. These do work a little better than Gerbers trainers. (Gerbers seem to hold a small trickle, while Blueberries will temporarily hold in a full accident.)

If your toddler seems to be getting the hang of training and isn't easily distracted, I would definitely recommend saving your money and skipping these. While I found Gerbers to be perfectly adequate for my first two children, my youngest tends to be so absorbed in her play that she sometimes misses her body's cues - which is why I love having these for her.

That being said, if you are looking for something that will hold in a full accident for any extended length of time - these are NOT what you are looking for. These will resist leaking long enough for you to remove them before they soak your child's clothing. (Once you see that "look" in your toddler's eye - you'll have maybe a minute or two.)

They are not for bedwetting, will not keep a car seat dry, etc, etc, etc. These are for children who are beginning to show some bladder and bowel control.

As for their design - they are very soft and I'd imagine are comfy. The sizing is on the small side, so do NOT size down. They hold up well in the wash. My daughter was so excited to wear these and wants them to stay dry as she loves wearing underwear.

*** I did experience one thing that was unexpected with these diapers. This is in no way a complaint of these pants and is not a complaint of the company. It probably won't be an issue for most parents. I purchased some of the giraffe-print trainers because they look just like my toddler's beloved Swaddlebees diaper. Because the print matches her diaper, I cannot convince her that the matching pant is underwear. I didn't expect that to be an issue, but I'm assuming that my daughter wouldn't be the only toddler who didn't like her new undies to match her old diapers.
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Very absorbant 6 May 2013
By E. B. North - Published on
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We needed something for a potty-trained little girl who would wet the bed on rare ocassion, and totally freak out. She has very sensitive skin and disposable training pants made her break out in a rash. She is 29 lbs and tall (wears a 4T) for sizing reference.

I tried just about one of everything, so my reviews of all are below:

Blueberry Diapers Daytime Potty Training Pants: I know they say "Daytime Potty Training Pants" but they worked really great for night too. Super absorbant and comfortable according to my daughter. The material inside isn't as breathable as I'd like, but it definitely is absorbant and doesn't seem to bother her skin. These seem to be the best made out of all that we tried and look like they are going to stand up to wash after wash. Elastic around the legs is cloth-covered and fits perfectly. They are a little bit bulkier than some, but not so much that it would deter me from buying again. My only super small suggestion is that they could make a couple more "girly" prints, but my little tomboy prefers blue, monsters and dinosaurs, so for us, it worked out great anyway! I saw some reviews said these ran big, so I ordered a medium and they fit perfectly but with very little grow room. I would say to order based on manufacturer sizing suggestions.

Imse Vimse Organic Cotton Training Pants (SL 28-37 lbs) in Zoo: These are my favorite! The inner lining is breatheable and these are very abosorbant without being bulky. Fantastic product! Sizing was a bit confusing; there seem to be a ton of different sizes. Look at the the manufacturer's web site for pound ranges and then search for the size you need on Amazon! Elastic fits great around the legs.

Charlie Banana Training/Swim Diaper Large: I found these to run a bit small. The inside is a nice cotton which feels just like underwear. By far the least bulky one I tried. We only had one small accident in these, so I can't tell you how good they would be keeping everything in. The elastic around the legs didn't fit as well as some of the others, just not as snug to keep things from leaking. Cute prints! It's too bad they don't make these in bigger sizes!

Ecaware Velcro Waterproof Potty Training Pants (Yellow, Large): This was just a horrible, clumsy, poorly made product. I could list all the bad things, but just buy something else. There are so many better ones out there!
22 of 27 people found the following review helpful
Great Trainers 1 Jun 2012
By R. A. Bailey - Published on
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These are great trainers, they hold just enough not to soak the child's clothes for every accident but will not soak it all in. That may seem like a con but the idea is not to transition child to a slim diaper but to let them feel when they're wet & teach them how much better it is to go in the potty. I love how they are just as soft as underwear & cloth diapers and they don't bind or pinch. They're probably a little more bulky then disposables but fit trimmer then cloth diapers. The designs are really cute but I wish they came out with a few more for variety. My only compliant is sizing, it seems off because my 19mth son is tall & lean but the small is kinda tight so I'm getting some mediums for comparison. They're not so tight as to be uncomfortable or restrictive but there's no way he can even attempt to pull them up or down himself (which is the point!).

Note about washing: DO NOT wash these with your regular detergent, even "free & clear" doesn't always mean free or clear they still have brighteners/ additives/ stain fighters that can build up & reduce the effectiveness of the cloth. I use Charlie's Soap (can be gotten online or any natural/ health store) but you can also use Ruby Moon, Rockin' Green, Mountain Green, Allens, Arm & Hammer Essentials Free, Country Save, Dropps Baby Free, Ecos Free & Clear liquid, LifeKind, Maggies Soap, Nature Clean, Nellies, Trader Joes.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Trainers 27 Feb 2013
By KB - Published on
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These do tend to run small in size, so it would be a good idea to bump up to the next size if your kiddo is close to the cut-off for the size on the chart Blueberry provides.

That's about the only "con" on my list with these. I have been using them with my daughter, and like them way better than the gerber brand trainers- these have a layer of waterproof fabric (that's really flexible, you can barely tell they're there) that helps keep a kiddo's clothes dry if she has an accident. Now, they are not a replacement for a diaper, so if the accident is a large on, clothes (and potentially the floor) are going to get wet. I wouldn't use these until your kiddo is consistently letting you know that she needs to use the restroom. The waistband is stretchy enough to make it easy for my nearly-two-year-old to push down and pull up on her own so she's able to gain some independence in using the potty. Plus, the designs are really cute! My daughter really likes them and the cute colors/designs have provided an incentive for her.
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