OXO Tot Perfect Pull Wipes Dispenser - Gray
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One-handed usage makes changing time a breeze Weighted plate dispenses one wipe at a time and keeps the next wipe ready, upright and waiting Silicone gasket in lid keeps wipes moist and fresh Dispenser lid opens with a simple push Non-slip feet and weighted plate keep Dispenser in place
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Ok, first time Mom here who was determined not to get all the "bells and whistles" for my baby since they grow out of most things at such a rapid rate. I use to work at a preschool and have changed many diapers and never in a million years would I have added this to my registry since it is definitely a bell and/or whistle. However, after 5 months of being a Mom and dealing with wipes that stayed connected, wipes that fell back into the box, the last wipe with out knowing it and every wipe disaster known to man woman and child I bought this on my search for the better box. Holy Moley, why was this not in my life sooner! The weighted plate dispenses and leaves the perfect pull wipe one at a time, the wipes stay moist and I can open and close it with one hand hanging onto my wiggly baby. Seriously, if you want to make changing a breeze and more enjoyable for and your baby get this.
I bought this to store baby wipes in the bathroom for use by my elderly father. (Funny how much babies and old folks have in common :-)) If you are considering this for the same purpose, I don't recommend it. My intent was to replace the containers that the wipes usually come in with something more sturdy and that better matched the decor of the bathroom.This is a very hefty container, but it does have a large footprint compared to the regular wipes container. Also, it is much heavier than the original containers. When using wipes, my dad would hold the container in one hand while pulling the wipe out with the other. This container is larger and heavier, so it has to sit on the counter while the wipes are being pulled out. No problem really, but this is a "training issue" for an elderly adult.My father wasn't able to master pulling out the wipes one at a time from this container. The weighted part that holds the wipes down wasn't heavy enough to hold down the wipes while he pulled one out. That meant he had to hold down the weighted piece while pulling the wipe, defeating the purpose of this being a one-handed dispenser.In the end, he hated it. My solution to abandon this (still trying to find an alternate use) and I painted the original (less sturdy) wipes container to better match the bathroom. It is a little too "DIY-looking" for my tastes, but it's ok. At least we are still able to keep my dad at home.
I am a first time mom and my baby is only 5 months old, so I have very limited experience in caring for a baby. I did all of my research and decided to use Water Wipes. I bought in bulk and have been struggling to get the wipes out individually with one hand. Since I have a life time supply of these wipes, I had to find a solution. This wipe dispenser is great! I can now operate the wipes with one hand while keeping little feet out of the mess with the other hand! This is a MUST BUY if you use water wipes!
This is a great wipes dispenser. The wipes inside don't dry up, it is easy to use, the top weight prevents you from pulling too many wipes out at the same time, it's easy to open and close with one hand, and it has the added functionality of having a see through space so you can know when you need to add more wipes (which you don't really use given that you change diapers constantly). I fit a whole pack of Kirkland wipes without removing them from the bag, all I do is tear off the top, and it fits perfectly. As my son has gotten older, he moves a lot more when I'm changing his diaper, and being able to get wipes using one hand only has been really helpful.
Do you have a baby? Do you have two hands? Would you prefer to have one of those hands free to hold your baby while you use the other hand to seamlessly remove a wipe from its pack? Do you live in some godforsaken place like the American southwest, where the summer air is so dry that, when it rains, the droplets literally evaporate before they reach the ground, and an open container of wipes will dry out and essetially become toilet paper before you even come close to the end of the pack?If so, you need this in your life.I know, it's a $20 container. I would pay twice that for a replacement, if need be. I know, it's another baby thing that seems useless. If you buy this, remind yourself the next time your kid has a diaper blowout that, once, you thought this was useless. And laugh at your own naivete. Then, when you're finished,show your wife how awesome you are for sucessfully not making an even bigger mess because you didn't need two hands to take wipes out of their container, and bask in your own glory. Maybe even have a beer. You've earned it.