Let’s talk BABY SWIMMERS
Are wondering if they’re worth the investment? Here’s the brief rundown on why they’re cheaper – cuter – better
Let’s say a one-size-fits-most reusable swim nappy (like seedling Paddle Pants) sets you back $25 and you go swimming with your bub once a week at the local swim centre, all year round. That’s 48 cents for each wear during the first 12 months.
Add to that the extra 18 months of weekly lessons you’ll get out of this swim nappy and the cost per wear comes down to 19 cents. Now that makes baby swim more affordable!
Add to that all the other times you go swimming with bub throughout the summer months and your cost per wear drops even further when you use reusable baby swimmers.
On the other hand, a disposable swim nappy will set you back around 1.37 every time. Over two and half years of weekly lessons, that’s $178. (Average price of premium brand disposable swim nappies across 3 sizes)
The difference between $25 and $178 is a delightful $153.
It is also the satisfaction of knowing you’ve saved over 130 single use products heading to landfill over the first two and half years of your child’s life.
This is great for your wallet, great for your baby and great for our environment 🌿🌏🌈
CUSTOMER REVIEWS FOR THE PADDLE PANTS REUSABLE SWIM NAPPY
Very impressed with the Paddle Pants. My daughter has worn it now for over 6 months. It is so fantastic that the nappy can be adjusted to fit her quickly growing body. The quality is fantastic and looks just as good now as it did brand new.
– Hayley, Newcastle
I used the swim nappy (Paddle Pants) for the first time yesterday. My boy’s allergies have been playing up big time, so nappies have been a shocker, to the point I almost considered disposables! I had no idea he had a major poo until I took the swim nappy off. It wasn’t even on the gussets!
– Shelley, Nowra
Mr 23 months is just off to the pool to show off his Paddle Pants again. Love, love, love them!
– Lorna, Sydney