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Are Kirkland (Costco) Diapers really the same as Huggies Little Movers

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Are Kirkland (Costco) Diapers really the same as Huggies Little Movers

Huggies Little Movers typically have been the best fit for our daughter, however, it's getting tiring waiting for sales and the best deals.

I've seen some posts on other forums that the Kirkland diapers are the same as Huggies Little Movers (not to be confused with Snug & Dry which Costco sells separately).

Can anyone verify from experience that this is the case?

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I can't confirm that they are the exact same diaper, but we used Kirkland diapers for the first couple months and loved them. I can confirm they are made BY Huggies, just not sure if its the exact same diaper. When the Huggies went on sale at Costco we bought a couple boxes, and they are definitely a bit better quality (not leaking threw through the night). If you can, get the huggies when they go on sale at Costco, if not, get the Kirkland as both are a good diaper haha.
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cferguson23 wrote:
May 17th, 2013 3:26 pm
I can't confirm that they are the exact same diaper, but we used Kirkland diapers for the first couple months and loved them. I can confirm they are made BY Huggies, just not sure if its the exact same diaper. When the Huggies went on sale at Costco we bought a couple boxes, and they are definitely a bit better quality (not leaking threw through the night). If you can, get the huggies when they go on sale at Costco, if not, get the Kirkland as both are a good diaper haha.
Thanks for the reply.

My concern is that the Kirkland diapers are more similar to the Snug & Dry (which my daughter can't wear) as opposed to the Little Movers.
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If it helps, you can return open diapers to Costco, so if they don't work, you won't be stuck with them.
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canadiancynosure wrote:
May 17th, 2013 5:58 pm
Thanks for the reply.

My concern is that the Kirkland diapers are more similar to the Snug & Dry (which my daughter can't wear) as opposed to the Little Movers.
Nope, much closer to little movers (thickness, tabs, materials).
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oddduck wrote:
May 18th, 2013 8:01 am
Nope, much closer to little movers (thickness, tabs, materials).
cferguson23 wrote:
May 17th, 2013 11:59 pm
If it helps, you can return open diapers to Costco, so if they don't work, you won't be stuck with them.

Thanks for the info - I'll try a box today.
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I gotta believe that the fact that humans evolved through several thousand generations without diapers perfectly designed for each specific child, tells us that either is fine.
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Syne wrote:
May 20th, 2013 2:24 am
I gotta believe that the fact that humans evolved through several thousand generations without diapers perfectly designed for each specific child, tells us that either is fine.
Yeah but you just don't want diapers that aren't tight and leaks... the prospect of having poop leaking all over the house, kinda nasty.
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Winkle wrote:
May 21st, 2013 8:30 am
Yeah but you just don't want diapers that aren't tight and leaks... the prospect of having poop leaking all over the house, kinda nasty.
if you have poop leaking all over the house you got more issues that just the diapers themselves.
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Winkle wrote:
May 21st, 2013 8:30 am
Yeah but you just don't want diapers that aren't tight and leaks... the prospect of having poop leaking all over the house, kinda nasty.
Buy the proper size and make sure they are on properly...problem solved.
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