Arrives by Fri, Oct 18
Ships to Brea, 2595 E Imperial Hwy
|Manufacturer Part Number|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
10.12 x 10.75 x 9.75 Inches
I originally ordered these because of the Hulk Design. I instantly fell in love with them.I use them as pull ups for potty training my 3 year old .There is no leakage whatsoever.Every since I've tried them I will never go back to the traditional Pull up brands.
GoodNites really have been improving in the years we've been using the Boys L-XL pull-ups. The designs are nice (especially like the new stripes and planet designs), the GoodNites rarely leak, and they are very comfortable (and have only gotten better over the years). We will continue buying GoodNites for the foreseeable future! I will add one more consumer vote to - an XXL size would be very nice!
These are a Very Good option for my 18 yr. old son with special needs. He uses them through the day and night. Very absorbent. Much better than the youth/adult diapers on the market. Glad they go up to 125 lbs. He is very small for his age (65-70 lbs), so he will be able to use these for several more years! :) Only wish they had open/re-closable sides like pull-ups - Once they get wet, it's kind of difficult to take them off & put a clean one on, unless you take pants and shoes off first.
We want a bigger size. How hard is that? For 7 years, we want a larger size because our kids are starting to outgrow the largest size of Goodnites L/XL. Yet the company just recommends our kids to use Depends. Horrible absorbancy. Goodnites litterally absorbs more than Depends. Like really. Just listen to your customers.
The new design of the diaper is horrible it's so tight and ripped easily and not comfortable at all what is a stupid idea for making new design am trying to look for onther brand similar for the old night under wear for boys.
Goodnites were my lifesaver. Not any more. My son has special needs and has worn goodnites for the past 4 years. He is within the weight limit and they fit him perfectly. But now we can't use them. The blue side panels tear every single time I put one on him. The side panel material is different. They are even A LOT smaller too. In my life if I have something that's consistent that I can trust, then it's like a huge burden is lifted. Well thanks because now I am totally stressed..
New “look” but the design has changed there is no way that the pants lost 3 inches of fit around the waist. They have said there is no changes to the pants other the “graphics” but I am many other people have told them that there they made changes to the fit but all they say is nothing has changed other then the graphics. They also said that they have different factories and the pants can vary and just to verify that I went to target, Walmart and Walgreens and there is a small difference but only by 1/4 of an inch that is not enough to make the pant rip every time a kid put one on. So I think that they are not telling the truth or they have a major mistake and they should recall all of their pants until they fix it I have been buying goodnites since 2002 back when the pants came in 4 sizes small medium large and x-large it is sad how much they have improved but I take that back because it is one of the biggest mistakes they have made please fix this mistake ASAP because I rely on this product day and night for my son with autism and it has helped more then anything else and now we are stuck trying to find another brand (enter sad face here) [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Goodnites are typically the best product on the market. I've been willing to pay $4-$5 more than the store generic brands because it was actually worth it. The sides were stretchy and comfortable.
The new materials used on new the sides of the newly designed (with new graphics) pant are akin to construction paper.
1.They're extremely tight, so much so that it restricts circulation (not really a good area to be restricting circulation).
2. They're rough on the skin.
3. They tear with a simple movement of the legs! Talk about leaks!
Seems like a ploy by some fool to save a fraction of a penny on materials. Idiotic move. As the stock of the former (actually useful) design depletes at nearby stores, I'll be turning to generic competitors that used to make products almost as cheaply as this one is made. Luckily they've upped their game (although they're nothing compared to the old design! Just bring it back and fire whoever thought the new one worked! I mean seriously, did you guys even do a focus group or testing for this!?!)
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