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Parent's Choice Diapers, Size 5, 280 Diapers (Mega Box)

Walmart # 568061844
$39.20$39.20
$0.14 / each
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Parent's Choice Diapers Size 5 are specially designed to offer an ultra-absorbent performance. They offer up to 12 hours of leakage protection, making them ideal for daily use. The Parent's Choice Diapers 26.5 lbs. (12 kg) are breathable to help keep baby dry and comfortable just as desired. They have stretchy side fasteners that hug, creating an all-around snug and comfy fit. These disposable baby diapers come with a cottony soft inner liner that's hypoallergenic, perfume-free and latex-free, making them safe for little ones to wear all day long. They also have an easy-to-read wetness indicator that turns from yellow to blue when wet, so you can know exactly when baby is ready for a diaper change. This set comes with 280 diapers as a mega box, providing plenty to last. The diapers are disposable, making them simple to get rid of after baby is done with them. This set can make a handy gift for a new mom with its quality design. The diapers have cute graphics for an added touch of fun. They're available in a range of sizes to provide an optimal fit for little ones. Parent's Choice Diapers Size 5 are also available in other amounts, so users can get what's needed for their home.
Parent's Choice Diapers, Size 5, 280 Diapers, Mega Box:
  • Ultra-absorbent diaper
  • For day or night leakage protection
  • Locks in wetness for drier bottoms
  • Breathable to help keep baby dry and comfortable
  • Parent's Choice Diapers 26.5 lbs. (12 kg) provide an all-around snug and comfy fit
  • Cottony-soft hypoallergenic liner
  • Perfume and latex free
  • Wetness indicator
  • Available sizes: NB and 1-7
  • Available quantities: 27, 108, 156, 280

Specifications

Is Hypoallergenic
Y
Disposable Baby Diaper Type
Overnight Diapers, Disposable Diapers, Everyday Diapers
Brand
Parent's Choice
Features
Wetness Indicator, 12 Hour Protection, Disposable, Hypoallergenic, Fragrance Free
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
18.31 x 10.56 x 18.62 Inches

Customer Reviews

5 stars
3011
4 stars
651
3 stars
219
2 stars
201
1 star
616

Top mentions

Most helpful positive review
101 customers found this helpful
Budget Friendly
I recently had to switch to these diapers because my husband and I were paying $100 a month to diaper our 1 and 2 year old. Our 2 year old has sensitive skin, so we were buying Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive. Our 1 year old wears a size 4 too, so both of our girls were wearing this diaper. We couldn't keep buying the Pampers because it is so expensive. I felt like a bad mom because it took us 2 years to find the right diapers for my daughter. I've tried every diaper out there including Parent's Choice. I never had a problem with Parent's Choice, but I didn't like the feel of them and I felt like maybe my kids would be uncomfortable in them. My kids don't seem to feel uncomfortable in the Parent's Choice diapers. These diapers are 16 cents a piece and I was paying 37 cents a piece per diaper with Pampers. Pampers are softer, but they're more expensive. So far my daughter hasn't gotten a diaper rash with these diapers. I will now only be spending $40 a month to diaper my kids and that's a bargain! With two kids in diapers I couldn't afford the $100 a month anymore. My family is going to save $60 monthly now and $720 annually now. If I would have stuck with Pampers I would have spent $1200 this year in diapers. We just can't afford that with our low income military family. I love other items Parent's Choice sells as well as their overnight diapers, which I am a huge fan of! If these regular Parent's Choice diapers don't work then we will just switch to the overnights which are still pretty cheap! So far with the daytime diapers we haven't had any leaks or blowouts.
Most helpful negative review
66 customers found this helpful
Big Mistake!
I have no problem using cheaper stuff on our children. I thought with the line that tells you they are wet that maybe these will be like the pampers he has used since birth. We tried luvs and they do not hold the wetness. These are worse than luvs. When we change his diaper his skin is soaking wet. The diaper leaks from the top in the front and back. No, we do not leave our baby in wet diapers for hours. After he potties, we change him. The pampers kept the wetness off of his skin. They also did not leak. These wet his clothes every time he peed. We gave the rest of them away to someone about to have a baby. Your little person deserves a diaper that will not give them a rash by keeping them wet. Don't waste your money! Our son is 3 months old.
Most helpful positive review
101 customers found this helpful
Budget Friendly
I recently had to switch to these diapers because my husband and I were paying $100 a month to diaper our 1 and 2 year old. Our 2 year old has sensitive skin, so we were buying Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive. Our 1 year old wears a size 4 too, so both of our girls were wearing this diaper. We couldn't keep buying the Pampers because it is so expensive. I felt like a bad mom because it took us 2 years to find the right diapers for my daughter. I've tried every diaper out there including Parent's Choice. I never had a problem with Parent's Choice, but I didn't like the feel of them and I felt like maybe my kids would be uncomfortable in them. My kids don't seem to feel uncomfortable in the Parent's Choice diapers. These diapers are 16 cents a piece and I was paying 37 cents a piece per diaper with Pampers. Pampers are softer, but they're more expensive. So far my daughter hasn't gotten a diaper rash with these diapers. I will now only be spending $40 a month to diaper my kids and that's a bargain! With two kids in diapers I couldn't afford the $100 a month anymore. My family is going to save $60 monthly now and $720 annually now. If I would have stuck with Pampers I would have spent $1200 this year in diapers. We just can't afford that with our low income military family. I love other items Parent's Choice sells as well as their overnight diapers, which I am a huge fan of! If these regular Parent's Choice diapers don't work then we will just switch to the overnights which are still pretty cheap! So far with the daytime diapers we haven't had any leaks or blowouts.
Most helpful negative review
66 customers found this helpful
Big Mistake!
I have no problem using cheaper stuff on our children. I thought with the line that tells you they are wet that maybe these will be like the pampers he has used since birth. We tried luvs and they do not hold the wetness. These are worse than luvs. When we change his diaper his skin is soaking wet. The diaper leaks from the top in the front and back. No, we do not leave our baby in wet diapers for hours. After he potties, we change him. The pampers kept the wetness off of his skin. They also did not leak. These wet his clothes every time he peed. We gave the rest of them away to someone about to have a baby. Your little person deserves a diaper that will not give them a rash by keeping them wet. Don't waste your money! Our son is 3 months old.
1-10 of 4698 reviews

great buy

This is a really good idea. We live an hour away from nearest walmart and it gets expensive going into a small grocery store to buy diapers if we run out. We bought the biggest box because its 6cents per diaper instead of 7cent. This should last us quite a while!

Will continue to buy!

I have a set of 3 moth old twins so i have to buy large quantity of diapers i have yet to find another brand that sells this many for that cheap. This brand had worked fine for all 4 of my kids and i will continue to use these with every kid i have so long as nobodys allergic to them or anything. I would reccomend them !

Excellent choice

Its a Excellent choice

Budget Friendly

I recently had to switch to these diapers because my husband and I were paying $100 a month to diaper our 1 and 2 year old. Our 2 year old has sensitive skin, so we were buying Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive. Our 1 year old wears a size 4 too, so both of our girls were wearing this diaper. We couldn't keep buying the Pampers because it is so expensive. I felt like a bad mom because it took us 2 years to find the right diapers for my daughter. I've tried every diaper out there including Parent's Choice. I never had a problem with Parent's Choice, but I didn't like the feel of them and I felt like maybe my kids would be uncomfortable in them. My kids don't seem to feel uncomfortable in the Parent's Choice diapers. These diapers are 16 cents a piece and I was paying 37 cents a piece per diaper with Pampers. Pampers are softer, but they're more expensive. So far my daughter hasn't gotten a diaper rash with these diapers. I will now only be spending $40 a month to diaper my kids and that's a bargain! With two kids in diapers I couldn't afford the $100 a month anymore. My family is going to save $60 monthly now and $720 annually now. If I would have stuck with Pampers I would have spent $1200 this year in diapers. We just can't afford that with our low income military family. I love other items Parent's Choice sells as well as their overnight diapers, which I am a huge fan of! If these regular Parent's Choice diapers don't work then we will just switch to the overnights which are still pretty cheap! So far with the daytime diapers we haven't had any leaks or blowouts.

Comparable to up & up

I'm confused about all of the poor reviews. The new design is nearly identical to the newest up&up diapers. Features that are identical: Same tabs Same adherent strip in front Same elastic in the back Same wetness indicator Same size For the most part feel the same except that the up&up are very slightly softer on the outside. I have experienced pee leaks in up & up but not in Parents choice, and no blowouts in either. My baby drinks an 8 ounce bottle before bed and sleeps 12 hours and these hold up!

Parents choice diapers size 5, 108 count

I usually LOVE parents choice diapers. But this time I purchased a case of size 5 for my quadruplets. Literally atleast 15 diapers split down the side while my kids were wearing them so I had to ducktape the diapers. Diapers aren't cheap, especially with 4 wearing them. I contacted walmart and was told I can return the diapers. Ridiculous!!!

Poor quality

I have bought these since my daughter was an infant, they worked nicely up until recently. My baby is now seven months old, so she likes to grab at things. If she's in just a diaper because of the heat, and she grabs at them, they start fraying leaving handfuls of a silky substance in her hands! Thankfully my husband and I always catch this! This is my third child and know diapers should NOT be doing this!! Just beware of this issue, will be switching!!

Big Mistake!

I have no problem using cheaper stuff on our children. I thought with the line that tells you they are wet that maybe these will be like the pampers he has used since birth. We tried luvs and they do not hold the wetness. These are worse than luvs. When we change his diaper his skin is soaking wet. The diaper leaks from the top in the front and back. No, we do not leave our baby in wet diapers for hours. After he potties, we change him. The pampers kept the wetness off of his skin. They also did not leak. These wet his clothes every time he peed. We gave the rest of them away to someone about to have a baby. Your little person deserves a diaper that will not give them a rash by keeping them wet. Don't waste your money! Our son is 3 months old.

I have used and loved parents choice diapers for all 3 of my kids until now. I just ordered a new pack of size 7s and suddenly they are much smaller. I held the size 7 up to my youngest sons size 5 diapers and theyre the same size!! Not many options for size 7 diapers. Walmart please go back to the old sizing!!

Disintegrating diapers

I'm extremely disappointed in these diapers! My seven month old has used these since birth! She is my third child and we're looking to save money. The diapers are disintegrating on the outside of the diaper just from simple rubbing and if she plays with them at all before we get her dressed, she will have a silky substance in her hands just from playing with the diaper a little bit! Unsafe!!! Either pay a little extra for a different diaper or go buy another off-brand somewhere else

Customer Q&A

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1-3 of 39 questions
by kj205May 16, 2015


Last answer: July 18, 2016
1. im not sure but my daughter has extremely sensitive skin and has never had a problem with them.
by AlyssaN
2. No its not
by Keke11
3. Yes they are. The one and only brand that hasn't caused diaper rashes to my children while pampers and all expensive ones did.
by Ravesa
4. Yes i've never had any issues with this brand great for sensitive skin
by Kalynne
5. I'm not sure if they are. You could read about them on Google or on walmart website.
by Caitlin
6. I'm no sure on this, but they do not have a scent to them if this helps at all!
by Erin
7. Supposedly. My baby gets rashes from this brand so I doubt it.
by Lolabonita
8. I'm not sure.but my baby had a reddish area for two days after I started to use this.I don't know exactly whether it is because of the diaper.
by Nira
9. Hmmm...what's the exact definition of hypoallergenic diaper? I don't know but they have no scent and my son has had no reaction to them
by soomoneyconscious
10. The box states the inner liner is hypoallergenic.
by DayhomeNightshiftDad
11. The inner liner is hypoallergenic. That's what the box says.
by DayhomeNightshiftDad
12. test it
by haye
12 Answers
Last answer: July 18, 2016

by VioletAugust 12, 2013


Last answer: November 7, 2013
1. Hey Violet, I usually go by the babies weight, and compare it to the weight on the package.
by LocalOnlineMommyShopper
2. 10 lbs
by SandyTurtle7
3. it all depends on how much your little one weighs and how they fit.
by benson64
4. Just buy the size 1 diapers. Babies grow out of them so quickly, so don't invest in them. The weight difference is so negligible between the newborn and size 1. If you are buying in advance, I would stock up on one medium size pack of size 1, a couple packs of size 2, and a couple of size 3 to start. Then buy accordingly depending on how your little one grows in the coming months! :)
by Erin
5. When your baby is about 10-12 pounds you will need size one. If you have a baby with very large legs around the tops, you may need size one before they reach 10 pounds so the leg holes don't dig into their skin. :)
by SarahRock
6. It all depends on what size your newborn is when he/she comes out and how quickly he/she grows. There is no way to know.
by OLMama
7. wouldn't get many newborn, the average baby is 7-8lbs at birth
by An anonymous customer
8. It depends on how fast your little one grows. We were in newborns for a few weeks and then went to the next size.
by BudgetHunter
9. We recommend that you consult the diaper chart that's on the Parent Choice Diaper Newborn packaging to determine when you should go a size up.
by RQuinones
10. My chubby baby never used nb size. He was nine pounds so I guess babies can use nb until they reach approx 9 pounds.
by Myya
11. Depends on weight When the newborn reaches 10 pounds I believe .
by Dadchiku
12. Hi Violet, This really depends on the child's size and leg size. I had an 8lb and a 9lb baby. They both stayed in newborn sizes for roughly a month.
by ItTheTruthPeople
12 Answers
Last answer: November 7, 2013

by ccriiterOctober 23, 2012


Last answer: December 24, 2017
1. Clear up to size 6 now has the wetness indicator
by Jemjem
2. no, it's not absorbing at all. not recommend to buy
by FayeNYC
3. no
by handier1man
4. no
by cgrib209
5. Not that I've seen, but I don't know why anyone would need one. It's pretty easy to tell if a diaper is wet... if it feels squishy it's wet.
by smaime
6. no it does not.
by zkjlm
7. im using the fours now but the last time i had threes there was no indicater
by jessicafairy88
8. The Parent's Choice size 3 diapers do not have the wetness indicator. The wetness indicator is only available on the Newborn and sizes 1 and 2 diapers.
by RQuinones
9. Nope! Size 3 does not have a wetness indicator. :(
by mommee417
10. I recently purchased these in size 3 and they DO have a wetness indicator. Maybe they updated them?
by Sitetostoreway2go
10 Answers
Last answer: December 24, 2017

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