Bambino Mio Training Pants (13-16kg) - Pink
The Bambino Mio Training Pants are designed especially for toddler when they start to potty train. They are a cotton blend with waterproof layer and inner pad for super absorbency and are easy to pull up which promotes independence.
designed especially for toddlers when potty training
promotes independence with pull-up style design
cotton blend with water resistant layer and concealed inner pad for super absorbency
the waterproof layer allows toddlers to feel wetness while minimising accidents
colours: white, pink, blue
User Reviews of Bambino Mio Training Pants
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Love them, 26 April 2012
By Pam - Published on Diapers.com
I was really worried about potty training since I am a first time parent so I asked all of my friends who already had been through potty training and they all recommended these pants. We've only used them for a few days now but they work great. If he pees just a little, it is fully contained within the pant. If he pees a lot, his clothes do get wet but he isn't standing in a puddle of pee like I have heard happens with other pants. I did buy these pants understanding that there would be accidents like that since this is not a diaper. Even though my son is 30 lbs, he is really skinny so I got the small pants and they fit perfectly. They wash really easy and even though you can't put them in the dryer, they hang dry pretty fast. I just wish these were cheaper so that I could buy a lot more of them.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good investment!, 7 Nov 2011
By H. Doherty - Published on Amazon.com
Although they're a wee bit big round the legs they are perfect in every other way. We have four pairs and I use them for my toddler when she's travelling by car so now we call them her "car pants"! They are comfy for travelling in and if there are any accidents then the pants soak most of the pee up. Once we arrive at our desination I change her into her cotton pants. They wash up great and I just pop them on the radiator to dry. They are a wee bit expensive but then again if you add up how much you'd be spending on disposable training pants you will be much cheaper in the long run buying reuseable training pants. I would definitely recommend these.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
LOVE these!, 2 April 2011
By mistynbrown - Published on Amazon.com
I have been using these with my son whenever we leave the house. My son is super picky about which "unders" he wears, but he doesn't mind these. i couldn't get him to wear any of the ones with plastic on the outside, so this was the next best thing! They don't stop the leaking completely, but I've noticed by the time he notices he's peeing, it has usually completely soaked the trainers (but not every time) and sometimes gotten on his pants, but I haven't had a puddle yet. :) HUGE benefit, because there's a puddle EVERY time with any of the other underwear I've used with him. I didn't want to revert to Pullups, as he just regresses every time we've had to use them because they don't allow him to feel wet. I'm confident leaving the house as long as he's wearing these trainers. (I don't use the plastic covers with these)
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
good little comfy training pants, 17 Mar 2011
By RedPony - Published on Amazon.com
They run big! My 2 year old weighs a bit over 12 kilos or more (have not weighed her in over a month) and the size small fits good, the other size up would have been too big.
They wash up easy, are comfy and do the job to help potty training. Unlike pull ups they get wet and I feel the feeling of wet helps with potty training. They also contain leakage until you get a change of clothes, pants. These are not 100 percent leak proof but as I said that was not what I wanted. So for us they are perfect. I just wisht they came in packs of 3 or more. This is why I did not give 5 stars. They are a bit pricey but I think they are worth it.