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Babylove Crawler

Babylove Crawler

3.4 from 69 reviews · View Statistics
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NinaJay
NinaJaySouth East Queensland, QLD
  • 107 reviews
  • 20 likes

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I used to love this brand and would recommend them to everyone but I have gone right off them now :(

Not absorbent, flimsy and are too 'cheap' feeling. I guess the fact that they are cheap are their only saving grace but there are better brands for comparable prices out there.
Cheap and easy to find (in supermarkets). My daughter loves the wiggles so the print designs are her favourite
I found these older styles of these to be excellent but either they have changed it or as you go up sizes, they are no longer reliable.

I find these leak more than any other brand. They get 'lumpy' when full. The tabs seem to unstick really easily too.

beka001
beka001
  • 8 reviews

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Over all i would not buy these nappies again - i haven't tried any other type in the baby love brand so i don't know what they are like but the crawlers dont seem to have enough internal space,
They are easy to put on, the side tabs are long and the price
They leak - i have my 9 week old in them because hes 7kg and they leak both pee and poo.

ashtonsmum
ashtonsmum
  • 34 reviews
  • 3 likes

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I personally dont like these nappies a lot - they leak - arent as soft as huggies and the tabs often break. Whenever I have used them I find that we need to change more often.
good price - have specials often
the prints! Would be nice to have a plain print or even different ones. These nappies used to work well for us years ago but they appear to leak every time we try them now

bricktop
bricktop
  • 27 reviews
  • 4 likes

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This proudct is a cheap quality - the tabs on some napplies are broken to begin with or break easily needing a nappy change. Nappy does not sit well and does not last very long before needing to be changed (along with clothing )due to sagging or leaking. Never to be used as an overnighter as child will always wake up wet. Not worth the difference in cost as you end up having to use 2 nappies for 1 better quality one.
cheap - discounted well. Handy packs - bulk packs are available from the supermarket
lots of leaks - not very reliable, tabs are always breaking

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Mum_of_One
Mum_of_One
  • 19 reviews
  • 3 likes

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looks like i'm not the only one commenting about the smell - we ended up associating it with cat wee and an old cat at that! were lucky enough to be on the nappy testing panel here in brisbane so got to put my thoughts across and didn't have to pay for them. the boy didn't experience any rashes or leakages just the odd tab breakage but that can happen to any brand
cheap and available everywhere
weird smell

hilbert
hilbertAU
  • 18 reviews
  • 1 like

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I liked the babylove nappies until baby got to 4 months and was on lots of milk. This size leaked every night and we had to change to Huggies. Baby can also need changing every hour and a half in the day so you use lots of nappies, and this makes them a lot less value for money as you use so many. You need to watch the clock and take spare clothes everywhere. Disappointing.
Fit around baby tummy well and fit baby according to the weight guide - cheap if bulk bought
Leak at night badly and get through lots in the day

stormii
stormiiNewcastle, New South Wales
  • 13 reviews

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When times are tight, grab the Baby Love above the other cheap brands, but use a better nappy at night (eg Huggies) if you don't want to witness the weird gel stuff!
Baby love is cheaper than Huggies or Snugglers, they provide a good fit around the waist and legs that prevents leakage and are easy to apply so even dads can change the baby.
Tend to give rashes more often than the Huggies or Snugglers, not really resealable as they lose their stick or tear and there's this weird gel stuff inside them instead of a draw away liner.

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qtboo
qtbooQLD, 4116
  • 17 reviews

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i will never use these nappies for night time again! to many wet beds for my like. its ok to use druing the day but prob wouldnt buy again unless i couldnt afford huggies. i also found it didnt fit snug on my girl as for her age & weight she is petite, the band doesnt have that stretch thats others have. I also found that if u had to readjust the tabs it didnt pull off well & sometimes pulled apart the outer layer of the nappy just a little bit.
price point
i can smell when my child has wet the nappy unlike when we use Huggies nappies. also she has leaked through these a few times

wailing
wailing
  • 15 reviews
  • 5 likes

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cheaper but not worth it, my daughter got thrush everytime i tried these. they leaked at night, there was no consistancy in the quality. i spent the money i saved on thrush cream, doctors visits and extra nappy rash cream
when they were good they were ok
some packets leaked, she got thrush and nappy rash

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CategoryDisposable Nappies
Release dateAug 2007

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