Ever wondered what the difference is between the NewGen V1 and V2 Pop-in nappies? Well..
While the differences are only small, there are a few improvements and amendments as well as some some jazzy new colours and prints. But many of the reliable features have stayed the same –
- Double elasticated leg gusset to contain messes
- Soft and stretchy adjustable tabs for a snug and comfortable fit
- Soft elasticated waist band and front adjustable poppers to provide comfort as your baby grows
- Absorbent panel inside the outer shell between the leg gussets to catch any excess wetness
So what are the differences?
First thing to note is that the pop-in V2 is slightly bigger. It also features new washing tabs which makes things a lot easier come washing time. There’s a small Velcro tab which is tucked into the pocket flap that just pops in and out easily. The difference between this and the V1 is that it has the washing tab on the inside back of the nappy which was against the baby’s skin. For a closer look at this, check out the video below –
The V2 pop-in nappies also feature elasticated front and back pocket flaps. This eliminates the risk of the flaps riding up when worn and makes it easier when nappy changing as the flaps won’t need to be held down.
The soakers look very similar to how the version 1 but there have been some nice little improvements.
The elastic on the back of the bottom soaker has been removed which makes the V2 less bulky and a more comfortable fit.
The snaps are now attached to tabs on the soaker rather than on the soakers themselves. Which does mean that the soakers for the V1 are NOT compatible with the V2
Funky new colours and prints
The pop in nappy is still available in the lovely bright colours, the pastels and some lovely new prints. The brights colours have all stayed the same but the pastels have been updated and are now much more colourful (see below)
All these lovely new nappies are available to buy on the Babi Pur website so head over to our to take a look. There’s also some great offers to be had on the V1 while stocks last, but grab ‘em quick – once they’re gone, they’re gone!