-DiaperChamp Medium: 50/60 liter plastic bag

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Baby Trend Diaper Champ Deluxe, Grey/white

  • Review
  • TAG : Here is a quick breakdown of the pros and cons of the Diaper Champ:
  • When we had our first we originally did not even bother to register for or buy a diaper pail thinking that we would just throw dirty diapers in the outside trash. We also did not want to get sucked into having to purchase a specific brand of expensive diaper pail liners, and the reviews we had read on various diaper pails were not too stellar.

    About a week after my son was born however, we realized that going out to the garbage to dispose of diapers 8-10 times a day was not as practicle as we had previously thought. So, we set out to find a diaper pail of some sort. We clearly wanted something that concealed the diaper odor, and was basic enough to use in any decor as we were planning on having more children. This diaper pail did all of this and exceeded our expectations.

    We have been using the Diaper Champ for 2.5 years now, and it still conceals all odors nicely. You can buy whatever brand (we buy generic) of small trash bag liners for the inside, which is also convenient and inexpensive. I would recommend this model to anyone!

    We purchased a second diaper "disposal" to have downstairs since the only one we had in our house was upstairs in our daughter's room. I first saw the diaper champ at Ikea when I went to change my daughter's diaper one weekend and really liked it. The disposal upstairs was a diaper genie, which required a specific trash bag. I really liked the idea of the diaper champ because you could use whatever type of bag you wished (we use small garabage bags that you can buy for a few bucks at Walmart). I also really like it because it holds a lot of diapers and does not smell. I find that the diaper genies hold a scent, but for us the diaper champ does not. It is also so easy to change. In the future I will probably only use diaper champs becasue they are cheap, easier to use, and do not leave a smell.

  • When I was pregnant with our son my husband was skeptical of all diaper disposal systems he had seen. I was very sure that I didn't want to be throwing diapers away in the regular trash though. So I finally chose the Baby Trend Diaper Champ at the referral of a friend and it has been great! You can line it with a regular kitchen sized trash bag instead of having to buy expensive specialty bags. The system design allows you to dispose of a soiled diaper without actually opening the lid to let out the smell of older diapers. At first I didn't understand how it worked, but it is a great system. You place the diaper in a holding area and swivel the head around to dump the diaper in the trash bag. The smell it cut down dramatically better with a diaper champ than with a diaper genie. The nursery at my church has a diaper genie and the room smells awful whenever a diaper has to be disposed of. I recommend the diaper champ to all the expectant mothers I know.

    Odor Control
    No diaper disposal is completely scentless, but this is the best one I have seen... or smelled.

    Thank goodness that I've got friends with kids! Upon their recommendation, I purchased the Diaper Champ. I was originally going to get the Diaper Genie but they informed me that the Genie needs specific bags (which are costly). I love that the Champ is easy to use, can use ANY bag (or no bag!), is high quality and is cheaper than other options. I've been very pleased with this product!

    Diaper Champ Deluxe - Blue

  • I love the convenience and money-saving aspect of not having to buy special refill bags. Large kitchen trash bags work great in the Diaper Champ, and they're easy to insert. I also appreciated that there weren't any little parts that could break or anything battery-powered. Just one less thing to worry about with the Diaper Champ's simple design. Most of the time, it's easy to flip the handle over one-handed to get the diaper down into the pail while being able to keep your other hand on your child.

    That being said, the Diaper Champ didn't work as well as I'd hoped. You have to be really careful to close up the diaper well so that any loose edge doesn't get stuck in the barrel and let odor leak out or just make the barrel stick so it doesn't flip back over. And forget about putting in a baby wipe by itself...that's a sure way to make the barrel stick and then you have to open up the whole thing to get it unstuck, releasing diaper stink into the room.

    Even with nothing being stuck in the barrel, about half the time when you flip the handle, some odor gets released into the room. Before your baby has started solid foods, it's not as big of a deal, but after that, the smell released when you flip the handle can be major. Keep some room spray on hand.

    All that to say, I think it's tough to find a good diaper pail, and it beats the alternative of having to constantly empty the trash. If you flush your older baby's poop down the toilet and put the rest of the diaper in the Diaper Champ, that does help somewhat with the odor.

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If you push a leaky diaper into the Diaper Genie and you can end up with poo on the bag near the clamp. That can be nasty in that you can end up getting some of it on your hand. Yuck. To fix it, you need to wash your hand and push the poo-i-fied part of the bag past the clamp. In some ways though, getting a bit of poo on the Diaper Genie plastic bag is a lot better than getting poo on the plastic of the Diaper Champ. Pushing a bit of Diaper Genie plastic bag through the clamp is pretty easy and completely resolves the situation. Cleaning off the plastic of the Diaper Champ is more work, and as we've already noted the Diaper Champ plastic has a tendency to absorb odors.