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Huggies Little Swimmers® Swimpants

Posted by EB Product Panel , 10 February 2012 · 4305 views

Thank you for volunteering to review Huggies Little Swimmers® Swimpants.

Did   you know that regular nappies are not suited for use on your baby when   swimming?  That’s because they swell up when they get wet.  Huggies   Little Swimmers are specially designed swimpants, which provide maximum   comfort and protection in the water.  Importantly, they won’t swell up   when wet. They have elastic side-guards to contain unwanted surprises,   tear away sides for easy disposal and a stretchy waistband for a   comfortable fit.

Huggies Little Swimmers are also endorsed by   AUSTSWIM, who recommend that they be used in and around water to help   ensure everyone has a clean, safe and fun time at the beach or pool.

Below   are some questions which may help you with writing your review, though   you do not have to follow this format. You can also include other   information that you feel is relevant or helpful in providing   information on the product.
• What were your initial impressions of the product?
• Did you think the product was easy to use?
• What did you think of the colourful designs?
• What was your favourite thing about the product?
• What ideas do you have to make the product better?
• Where would you use this product?
• Would you recommend this product to others?

Please   note: We ask you to provide reviews that are constructive and fair in   assessing the positive and negative qualities of the product.

Thanks for your time and we look forward to reading your review.




It was great to try before you buy and we had heaps of fun and no accidents so I have been buying them ever since!
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What were your initial impressions of the product?  Very Eager to try it. Our son was starting swim school and was eager to see if it worked well.

• Did you think the product was easy to use? very easy to use... simply slip on.

• What did you think of the colourful designs? definitely caught my son's attention. Different cartoon characters would be great.

• What was your favourite thing about the product? it doesn't swell up with water.

• What ideas do you have to make the product better? label back and front.. it gets a little confusing which way is the back and which is the front.

• Where would you use this product?  we have been using it for swim school in the ocean...

• Would you recommend this product to others? already have wink.gif
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[u]What were your initial impressions of the product? To be honest thought they there were just a gimicky item (my opinions have since changed)

Did you think the product was easy to use? Could not have been easier

• What did you think of the colourful designs? Very fun for the kids

• What was your favourite thing about the product? The simplicity yet effectiveness of the product

• What ideas do you have to make the product better? I would like to see them come with their own disposable bag so that you can the wet nappy in it before putting it in your bag

• Where would you use this product? Everywhere that involves water  

• Would you recommend this product to others? defiantly, especially to those with toddlers
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Apr 05 2012 10:23 AM
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