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I used these for a few weeks while waiting for my baby to grow into the cloth nappies that I had.
I found the nappies OK but not that great, I found Huggies or Aldi nappies were more absorbent. I had no leaks and the nappies were a trim snug fit on my newborn.
The best thing about these are the price, if you can pick them up on special they can be very cheap indeed.
I was given a newborn size pack of these by a family member who bought them on special at Target. While I did end up using them all eventually (I hate to waste nappies), I used my Huggies nappies at night and only used these during the day at home as they leaked quite badly around the legs. I think these nappies fall under the "you get what you pay for" category.
With our first child in 2008 we tried a box of Dribots nappies because they were on a great sale. They were awful, too short in the rise and 4 of the 7 I used on her leaked.
This year Target re-released their Dribots and re-designed them. With a new bub I tried a sample pack of 2 nappies and I was glad that I did because now I know that they still aren't good (although they are better than they were0, atleast i won't be left wondering.
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