Moony Japanese Nappies | Review

Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 13.40.21Chloe is nearly two but I don’t have plans to potty train her until the summer really. So for now she is still in nappies. I thought a nice step for her might be to wear pull-up style nappy pants, to get her ready for being potty trained. We have been reviewing Moony Nappies recently, and the larger sizes come in pull-up form. So it was perfect to start her off with.

I thought she would find the idea of them quite novel and she certainly did! She was very happy at the fact that she was standing up to be put them on and stepping into them. lots of pointing and ‘ooohs’, bless her. A good progression for getting her to just wear normal pants eventually.

I found that with the easy to tear sides, that they were extremely easy to pull on and then to take off.  The inner layer of the nappy is made from a soft net containing cotton that protects the skin. the materials are all natural and organic. The nappies have a filling indicator, making them really easy to use and to easily tell if the nappy has been filled. There are two lines change from yellow to blue when they are wet through. There are really elastic around the legs, so they easily stretch to allow for walking and motion. No restriction of movement at all. I like the design of them, it is really cute. They don’t sell unisex nappies, though. You have to buy either a pack for girls or a pack for boys. It seems a little bit ridiculous if you ask me.

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These nappies come from Japan but they are available from Amazon. The cost of them is £22.50 for a pack of 44. I’m not going to lie, I think that is expensive for what it is. While they are good and have worked really well for us, I’m not sure I’d buy them again. They work out at around 51p per nappy but other brands for nappy pants, work out at around 24p per nappy.

What do you think to these?

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*the nappies were gifted in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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6 Comments

  1. 13th March 2016 / 3:18 am

    The nappies look cute and comfy. I have a thing for Japanese products – they are generally of high quality but are a little pricey though.

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  2. 13th March 2016 / 8:32 am

    It’s been a couple of years now since my daughter was in pull ups and we just went with what was available in our local supermarkets really bar a few free samples. They were very handy though and she transitioned well into “big girl knickers” #kcacols
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  3. 13th March 2016 / 9:12 am

    I’m also a lover of pull up nappies, these do seem a bit expensive but sometimes its nice to splash out on something, even if its nappies:)

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  4. 15th March 2016 / 3:36 pm

    I know what you mean about the price. They seem to be good nappies but why would I spend that much money when I can get brands here that I know are good and that are in the supermarkets. Having said that I have also been asked to do this review but I still haven’t made my mind if I will go ahead or not. I love your honest review!! Thanks so much for sharing this at #KCACOLS, :-) xx
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  5. 15th March 2016 / 11:47 pm

    These look cute but you are right £22.50 seems very expensive for a lack of 44 nappies! I could buy a three boxes of nappies from my local supermarket at that price!

    My youngest has just been recently potty trained but we still use pull-ups at night time just incase of any accidents. We use Aldi ones.

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