Pampers Cruisers Diapers: Product Review | Mommy Blogger Sam Schuerman

Pampers Cruisers Diapers: Product Review | Mommy Blogger Sam Schuerman


Hi everyone, it’s Sam. Today I’m going to be talking
about a very exciting new thing that Pampers is doing with
their Cruisers diapers. This is what the new Cruisers
are going to look like. You’re going to notice right here it’ll
say extra absorb channels, Pampers’ best fit and dryness. So basically what they’re doing is
adding three extra absorb channels to their Cruisers diapers. Cruisers diapers are made for
your active babies and toddlers ranging from sizes three to seven. So if your kids are running around a
lot, maybe they’ve just started walking and they’re just going
zoom, quick, everywhere. They’re running, they’re playing,
they’re jumping, they’re skipping, they’re doing tumbles. They’re just very, very active. This is going to be the perfect
diaper because it’s going to be three extra absorb channels. So they’re going to keep your diaper
dryer, more evenly distributed for the wetness. They also have 12 hours of
protection, so they still are going to be able to give you
that protection throughout the night. The fit is a little bit better because
those three extra channels create a more even distribution of the liquid. They’re not going to just do
that sag right at the bottom so that your kids are running around
with this big, huge bulge of wetness in the middle. It’s going to be more evenly
distributed around their bodies, so it’s a lot more
comfortable for your baby. So we are going to be showing you–
I’m going to show you with the kids– how these Cruisers are actually
working versus an ordinary diaper. So in a minute, I will
be showing you the test you guys can see exactly
what we’re talking about, but these will be launching in August. You’re just going to want to
look for this little patch right here on the diaper. This is what the packaging
looks like, and it’s going to say “extra absorb channels.” I hope you guys find this helpful. Please give me a thumbs up if you do. Don’t forget to subscribe
if you haven’t already. And thumbs up for a more comfortable
diaper for your baby or toddler. Hi. We are going to be taking a small bowl,
right here, full of 3/4 cups of water. And the reason it’s this
amount is because on average at nighttime in a size 4 diaper,
there’s 175 milliliters of “pee” that goes into the diaper. And in the daytime, it’s usually about
75 milliliters of water– or pee, I should say– in the size 4 diaper. So we are going to show
you by putting the channel core– this is what’s inside
the new diapers– we’re going to be submerging it into the water. That’s 3/4 cup, so it’s
technically twice the amount of pee that would be in a daytime diaper. OK. So first, you need to
do one drop of blue so we can pretend that’s pee-pee,
even though pee-pee is yellow. We’re going to show them with blue. And me, Mom? One drop– yep, Phoenix
is going to go first. OK. Swip. Whoop, good one. OK, ladybug, your turn. I know how to do the drips. OK. Whoops. There we go! You did it! OK, so we got our blue water. Should we give it a little swirl? Yeah. OK. Let’s give it a little–
hold on, not yet. OK, so we’ve got blue water. OK, so we’re going to take
this, and Phoenix and Lily, can you guys both place it in the water? OK. Put it in the water. And then we’re going to
stick our fingers in there so that it’s completely submerged, right? Cool! Because we want all the
water to be soaking up. And you guys can probably see
that it’s already expanding in there with the water in there. What does it look like? A book. Is it looking big? What does it look like to you, buddy? It looks like it’s soaking. It’s soaking up. It’s actually already absorbed,
like all of the fluid is absorbed, and it’s not even been a minutes. It’s been, I don’t
know, how many seconds? 20 seconds? You can see– so that was less than
a minute, and all the water– here. Is there any water left in here, guys? No. Nope. No water. OK, so here is what the inside
of the diaper looks like. So this is the core of the diaper. What does that look like? How many lines are there in here? How many of these sections are there? One, two, three. Yep. 11, 12, 13. There’s 13 according to Lily, and
there’s three according to Phoenix. So you can see that instead of it just
being one big bulge of wetness, now it’s evenly distributed
so that the sag is not going to be nearly as
much inside of the diaper. This is crazy because
it feels completely dry. Feel it. Does that feel dry to you? It feels a bit dry. Feels dry, doesn’t it? That’s quite amazing. So now you guys can see exactly
what that core of the diaper looks like with the
three different channels. OK, so there’s our test. I hope you guys found that helpful. Don’t forget to give us a thumbs
up if you did find it helpful and you thought it was kind of amusing. Also, if you learned something
new about a diaper today. And let us know, if you do
try out the new Cruisers, if you do see that difference,
and if it does make your baby feel more comfortable and you notice
that they’re playing a little bit more or maybe getting a little bit
more movement out of the diaper. Don’t forget to check them
out in stores in August, and I’ll see guys in my next video. Bye.

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