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Abena Bambo Nature nouveau-né couches Taille 1 (2–4 kg, 4–4,1 kilogram) – 6 paquets de 28 couches (168)
|Prix :||EUR 50,44 (EUR 0,30 / each) LIVRAISON GRATUITE en France métropolitaine. Détails|
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- abena bambo Eco couches sont respirant et hautement absorbant. Elles sont certifiées Nordic Swan, 50% biodégradable et ne contient pas de produits chimiques nocifs.
- abena bambo couches ont un noyau absorbant à base d'amidon et une taille sans latex et aux poignets. Ils ne contiennent pas de chlore, de parfums et lotions.
- Grande capacité d'absorption assure une surface sèche et l'ajustement parfait offre à votre bébé un maximum de confort.
- abena bambo nouveau-né Box (168 langes) 6 paquets - 2 à 4 kg, 4 à 4,1 kilogram
- Nouveaux abena bambo nature langes. Nouveau design. Même une couche.
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Bambo newborn nappies are breathable and highly absorbent. These newborn nature nappies are 50% bio-degradable and free from harmful chemicals... naturally the best nappies for your newborn baby. Starch based absorbent core... free from lotions and perfumes... chlorine free... latex free waistband and cuff
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So here are the facts on what has changed:
* The new diapers are thinner and lighter (1 oz vs 1.4oz in size 4). Bambo claims they improved the internal absorbent material and redistributed it within the diaper, enabling them to create a thinner diaper with no decrease in performance.
* They are also slightly smaller in size, though the manufacturer claims they are still generously sized vs competitor brands. The size 4s still fit my 31", 25 lb 21-mo-old just fine, with plenty of room to grow, but if your baby is at the upper end of the weight range, you may need to size up.
* The manufacturer reports that their manufacturing process is now more eco-friendly, with less waste produced, etc.
* The price went up temporarily (hence MOST of the negative reviews for this new product), but now it's right back where it was previously, at $0.33-0.34/diaper with S&S.
I think most of the negative reviews here are kneejerk reactions to the fact that the product changed (nobody likes change I guess, nor did Bambo communicate the benefits/reasons particularly well), and also due to the price hike (which is now no longer a relevant consideration).
However, a number of the reviews also cite lower absorbency, and/or some drooping/gaping around the legs, resulting in leaks. At first (for the first few weeks after we started using the new diapers), I did not notice any appreciable difference in performance. We change frequently during the day (after one or max two wets), so I didn't notice any issues. However, after having used these diapers for several months now, I have concluded that the absorbency is in fact not what is used to be. These new diapers are often wet to the touch inside, and there have been one or two nights when my son peed through his diaper, soaking through to his clothing and sleep sack. I just found an old unused Bambo in the same size, and tested it out overnight, and it did not have the same issue (was dry to the touch in the morning), so there has definitely been a change in performance.
I still think these are a great daytime diaper - our favorite out of all the ones we've tried (Pampers, Earths Best, Naty, 7th Generation) for LIGHT DAYTIME use, however I cannot recommend them for extended daytime or nighttime use, especially for heavy wetters or babies still feeding at night. If you often leave diapers on for multiple hours during the day, this is probably not the right diaper for you. I'm pretty bummed about this as I don't know of another more absorbent alternative for us that will not have that stinky chemical smell. If I find something good I will update this review. Please do also share if you have a suggestion for me!
One more tiny PS - the Bambos have a wetness indicator, but it really needs improvement. It consists of blue letters written down the length of the diaper that are supposed to "blur" or "smear" when wet, but in my opinion it's hardly noticeable. If this is an important feature to you, this might not be the right diaper for you.
We sized up to 4+ (even though my son is only 26 lbs, well within the size 4 range) and that seems to have taken care of the leakage problem. His diapers are still slightly wet to the touch on the inside in the morning (after ~11 hours overnight), but I haven't noticed any problems with rash, so we are continuing to use them. So, if your baby is leaking through, consider sizing up. Though this might not be good enough for babies with sensitive skin who need a product that really locks away all moisture.
I contacted the manufacturer via their Facebook page to ask if they are planning to address the complaints about decreased performance in the new version of their diapers. Below was their response. So - even if you conclude that Bambo is not the right choice for your family right now - perhaps consider checking back later in the year to see if they've rectified the problem!
"We are concerned with your fears about the line and are doing what we can. Overall we are very pleased with the changes but agree that things are not perfect. Expect a few improvements in the coming months. Thank you for your understanding....."
Our very small just-turned-3yo (30 lbs) is now daytime potty trained, but is still in size 5 Bambos overnight. Now that he only wets his diaper once, max twice during the night (and he is occasionally totally dry), these work great for us and so I'm thrilled we're still able to use them (since they are less toxic etc.). I'm not sure if Bambo ever ended up changing the design or not, but we have no issues now. I am now pregnant and plan on buying these again for our second child -- will update if and when we start running into leak issues again :)
All the best in your search for the perfect diaper for your family :)
This seems to be one of the top concerns of prospective buyers, so will be as detailed as I can about it here. The Size 1 is marked as being for babies weighing between 4-9lbs. I cannot for the life of me imagine how a baby under 7 lbs (let alone a 4lb baby!) could fit this diaper. Unless this is like the diaper version of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, there is no way that range is possible.
For reference: My baby was about 21" and 8.5lbs when we switched to this diaper. The Size 1 was HUGE on her, but the durability, absorption, softness and overall quality was unmatched, so we made it work until she grew into it.
We also tried Honest Company, Whole Foods 365, Babyganics, and Naty brand diapers - all size NB. Of ALL these diapers, Bambo size 1 ran the largest (see my photo of all diapers side by side). It is about as wide as the Naty but 1/2 inch taller, and fit a bit looser than the Naty despite their seemingly similar dimensions because the Bambo material is relatively "flat" whereas the Naty was more "puffy."
My baby is long for her weight, and the Pampers Swaddlers actually were the perfect fit for her proportions. The Babyganics and the Pampers Swaddlers had very similar proportions, but we still preferred the Bambo over the Babyganics because it was less stiff and felt more comfortable. The Babyganics was our backup diaper though, and still a fine diaper if you are specifically looking for an unscented eco friendly diaper that fits similar to Pampers Swaddlers.
My baby is now 12lbs and 23" long and has been in the Size 1 from age 3 weeks - 9 weeks. She still fits Size 1, but just barely. Because she is starting to outgrow the Size 1, she has blow outs and leaks more frequently (probably 1 every 10 soiled diapers vs 1 out of 30-40 when it fit properly). She is still a little too small for the Size 2, but if our earlier experience is any indication, we should be fine letting her grow into the Size 2, and plan to switch to that size once we run out of Size 1s.
Fit tips: You may need to attach the tabs as far as they will go to the front center panel to get a tight enough fit if your baby is lean. This might mess with the leg openings, so you may need to manually pull up the front sides to ensure the leg holes are snug. Finally, a good upwards tug on the back of the diaper when you're done never hurts anybody!
There is little I can say that other reviewers and BabyGearLab (which is how I found this brand of diaper) have not already covered. I echo previous reviewers on the amazing absorption and quality of this diaper. It can easily absorb 2-3 big pees for overnight use. My baby is a powerful wet fart/pooping machine, and this diaper can contain all but her most explosive eruptions. It is also the softest, most comfy diaper I've seen so far. The elastic led ruffles are soft and stretchy. The interior is fabric like. The diaper does not chafe or leave lasting marks on my baby's skin.
This diaper is truly fragrance free and dye free, and the Abena/Bambo company is unbelievably transparent about their practices (check out their website for more info than you thought you could want on a diaper). I feel good about putting my baby in this diaper. Maybe not as good as I would using cloth diapers, but for a disposable it is pretty hard to beat.
- Runs big (see SIZING section above and my comparison photo)
- Pricey. As a breastfed newborn, my baby could easily go through 10+ diapers a day for the first few weeks, or 3 packs per week. Now she goes through 5-7 diapers a day, or 2 packs per week. Highly recommend using Subscribe and Save to keep the costs down, but even so, you may be paying anywhere from 15-30% more for Bambo vs other brand name or generic diapers. For me, the extra $15-$20 per month is doable, but I understand that may not be possible for everyone.
Other than those two caveats, there is literally nothing I can find fault with in this diaper. Every baby bottom is different (and adorable!), but for us, this is the holy grail of diapers.