Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 472
Rated 5 out of 5 by Firebaby Great protection!
The Under jam's are the best protection 'pant' that i have ever used, they are very effective and keep my son dry!
He says there comfortable and fit very well, He said he didn't like wearing nappies but i explained there not nappies there just protective pants for day and night.
The only issue id cost they are quiet expensive to buy it's worth it but a bit costly
Overall great product
26 August 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jillybeany Huge let down
My son is almost 10 and has been trying these before he goes to a camp to see if they will work. He's worn them for the past 3 nights and all 3 nights they have leaked and wet the bed. He's a fairly average size for his age and was wearing the 8-12 year old pants. Absolutely will not be buying again.
27 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bigboymum Amazed!
I have used this product with my son he has had many problems but these 'pants' help him he was worried that they were nappies but i explained they weren't, i even wore one to prove they were for big boys, they are the best product i have tried, great!!
23 December 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by MumofTwoSons Trial of underjams
I have a large 3 year old (98th centile for height and weight) he wears clothes for a 7-8 year old. I've had a lot of trouble with traditional nappies for his weight group where they have leaked and i've had to wash his bedding on a daily basis. He has been potty trained since the age of two but we are still a long way off from dry nights!
I was sent a free trial for underjams and decided to give them a go; he says that they're comfortable, we have dry sheets and no leaks. He wears size s/m and we've been buying them now for about 3 months and not ad one problem!
My only issue with them is that they seem very pricey compared to nappies.
10 January 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by upallnight Sorry, not the best, but not the worst either!
I tried this product for one night only for my 3 and half year old son. The product name caught his attention and he was encouraged by it, and the idea of starting a new phase, to go to the bathroom rather than use the nappy. However performance was not the best, The nappy was a bad fit, too long causing large gaps around the legs, although my son is big for his age. the underjams did not hold fluid as well as other pampers nappies and other named brands. I note that they were also lacking in encouraging designs/characters, although if this saves us, consumers, money on the purchase price through decreased production costs, then it is very acceptable.
22 July 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 underjams
Thank god for underjams! My boy was due to go on a school trip which involved sharing a room with 3 boys for a week. He really didn't want to go because he didn't want anyone to know he wet the bed. I saw an advertisement for underjams in one of my magazines and thought he could give them a try. He tried them one night before going away. To begin with you would never had known he had any kind of pull ups on under his pyjamas, couldn'r even hear a rustling sound. There was also no leakage. My son went away and came back a happy boy, he said nobody noticed he had them on. They are fantastic, I urge all parents to gie them a go.
23 July 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 Boys underjams
I have a little boy aged 3 1/2 years old and he has recently mastered the art of using the toilet!! To my surprise he also continued his success with night time's at the same time. The problem is, is that he sleeps in our bed, his bed has a protective sheet for little accidents ours doesn't!!! So after trying these underjams, admittingly calling them 'comfy underpants', they have successfully contained an accident that happened the other week. These are still discrete and didn't confuse him into thinking they were nappies, all in all really rate these and will continue to use them for a couple more weeks just to make sure that I don't roll over onto a surprise!!!
26 September 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by SammS Very comfortable
On first seeing these my son was disappointed that they looked more like nappies than other brands available and as he is 5 he did not want to think he was wearing nappies, however after the first night he said he preferred these as they were so soft and comfortable. Fortunatly he only had to wear them for a few weeks after they come out before he bacame drya at night. As a mum I would say the one drawback with these is that becuase they are so absorbant your child often doesnt even know that they have wet, also by the morning if they have only had a small accident it is difficult knowing if they have had one at all as they appear completely dry. Sometimes you just have to go without and hope for the best.
23 July 2010