SEV44080

Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box

Reg. Price $44.99

Our Price $39.10 Per Box

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Bottom-loving, baby-pleasing, hypoallergenic design for safe use
Does not contain fragrances, inks, petroleum-based lotions or chlorine
Adjustable, re-sealable tabs provide flexible and snug fit
Diapers are stage 4 for 22 to 37 lb. babies
  • Additional Info
SKU
SEV44080
Manufacturer
Seventh Generation, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
44080
Brand Name
Seventh Generation
Product Type
Training Pant
Additional Information
  • Diaper Style: Regular
  • Diaper Size: 4

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Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box
 
4.5

(based on 806 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (553)

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    (183)

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    (33)

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    (13)

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94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

what's not to like?

For it's it's been a choice over the years between huggies and these. I just can't imagine using non-chlorine free diapers on my children's skin for the length of time they'll need diapers. We've...Read complete review

For it's it's been a choice over the years between huggies and these. I just can't imagine using non-chlorine free diapers on my children's skin for the length of time they'll need diapers. We've used newborn ones to training pants and they've worked fine, neither infinitely better nor worse than any other we've tried. For us it's been about the components of the diaper. We also like the minimalist design (we were fine with the Lorax way back when. Four stars for not having a more distinct cut out for the belly button in newborn size and for not making them in premie size. Our "tall and skinny" 6lb baby drowned in the newborn size and I dreaded using conventional diapers on her but had no choice.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Leaks

My first son is 8 weeks old, 11 lbs. We have been using 7th generation size 1 diapers for a few days. The diapers have leaked just about every time he goes to...Read complete review

My first son is 8 weeks old, 11 lbs. We have been using 7th generation size 1 diapers for a few days. The diapers have leaked just about every time he goes to the bathroom. Poop leaks out around his legs. Wetness up the front and up the back of the diaper. I love the natural life, but how good is it for the environment if I am having to do twice as much laundry, to keep up with his soiled & wet clothes? Not satisfied..

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5.0

Love the fit!

By jschreiber08

from Richmond, VA, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

I really dislike diapers that are bulky. I loved that these diapers weren't bulky (due the stretch at the back), but didn't sacrifice absorption. The diapers are also really soft which is a huge plus!

 
5.0

Awesome!

By Geanie M

from Riverside, CA, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

I received a free sample of these diapers about a week ago! Amazing. They are very natural and perfume free. My baby is very sensitive and cannot wear Huggies because of it. They did not leak at all. I would love to switch however they are expensive. Opinions are 100% my own.

 
4.0

Soft Diapers

By LindaC

from New York, NY, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

These diapers are soft compared to other brand of diapers. They are great for my baby's skin. I received a few product for the purpose of my review. Opinions are 100% my own.

 
3.0

Polyurethane in the waist elastic?

By abby88

from Seattle, WA, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

My son is 16 months old, and we started out by using a combination of Honest Compant and Seventh Generation diapers and loved both but chose Seventh Generation because they were cheaper. However in the last couple months of using them, our son has developed a rash where the waist elastic meets his skin. He has very sensitive skin including eczema as well as many food allergies, so I always read ingredients on any product we use or food we buy to judge whether it's safe for our son to use. I decided to read the ingredients again on the diaper package and was shocked to discover that polyurethane [which is made up of coal, oil and petroleum byproducts, acids and alcohols] is used in the waist elastic. That is a harsh substance which contradicts the branding statement of "free & clear diapers for your baby's sensitive skin".

 
5.0

Great fit!

By BetsyB

from Greenville, SC, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

These diapers fit very well. I like how they seem sturdy, but flexible at the same time. I received a few product for the purpose of my review. Opinions are 100% my own.

 
5.0

Love love love

By Rose campbell

from Houston, TX, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

I will continue to use seventh generation wipes and diapers! I have 3 kids and one on the way! I recommend this product to EVERYBODY!!!

 
5.0

Love it!!!

By Pame1407

from Wentzville, MO, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

I was looking a skin sensitive diaper for my preemie baby and this one is the one for me. I received this product for free on a baby welcome box and I recommend it

 
5.0

awesome

By Lizanet

from Mayagüez, Puerto Rico

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

i received a free sample to try it and give my honest opinion it feels soft and absorbs great the baby feels comfortable

 
5.0

Comparable to brand name diapers

By Amy01618

from Undisclosed

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

I received a free product for the purpose of my review. Opinions are 100% my own. These diapers had an adorable pattern and fit my 2 month old perfectly! Nice stretch sides, great absorbency, and an adorable pattern!

 
2.0

No leaks!

By Amandaleighc89

from San Jose, CA, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

I got a free sample, now they are the only diapers we use. I love how we can use them for over night diapers! 8 hours of p with NO LEAKS!

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