*Important: Inserts are now sold separately*
We help make your kid's nights easier and your mornings cheerful!. Our Nighttime trainers are specially designed for older children. They look like underwear and not a diaper, so your kid won't be reluctant to wear these even if they are potty trained during the day.
Parents love Omaïki Nighttime Trainers since they are perfect for heavy wetters and designed for kids experiencing bedwetting.
WHY PARENTS LOVE OUR NIGHTTIME TRAINERS
Better protection (approximate absorption capacity - with 2 inserts*) : 28oz
- Wetproof shell : 100% PUL
- Sewn-in absorption : 56% bamboo viscose-24% organic cotton-20% polyester
- Each pair has some bamboo layers sewn into the wet zone, however for better performance, we suggest adding 1 to 2 extra insert(s)*
- Better comfort : 100% polyester inner lining (AWJ- athletic mesh) for a ''stay-dry'' effect
- Better fit : Kids won't feel like they're wearing a baby's diaper
- Buy local : Made in Canada with Canadian fabrics
*Must be used with extra inserts/flats (sold separately HERE)
Washer/Dryer Remove inserts before washing. Wash inside/out. We recommend washing your trainers & inserts 5-6 times before first use. We recommend using a cloth diaper detergent. Tumble dry.
Do not soak or rinse trainers or inserts before washing. Store in a pail liner, wetbag or cloth diaper pail before next wash.
Made in Canada with Canadian fabrics
We love using these for overnights with our almost 4 year boy. Although he is potty trained for daytime, nighttime is inconsistent. The fit is great and it lasts through the night and he can be a heavy wetter some nights. Highly recommend!
I am a mom of a 4 year old daughter with special needs. I was struggling to find training pants to fit my daughter as most typical children are trained by 4 years old. The Hero overnight medium fits her perfectly. I use only 1 I insert for daytime. She takes them to school with her and is able to pull them up and down herself. These are on the bulky side for a daytime diaper. But it is nice knowing I can put her on the bus and she will not need a change of clothes by the time she gets to school. My daughter does not typically have #2 accidents. But the other day she did have one in this pant. It was easy to pull down and dump into the toilet. Less mess than with a pull up. She is wearing a M. I also have a 9 year old using the 10/12 size for night time. Most nights she wets through them. I encourage her to change it when she wakes up to discourage a wet bed. But that is the whole reason we need them.
With my son, if he has a diaper on for a nap or sleep, he’ll use it... because why not? These drive home the point that even when we’re ready to sleep and when we wake up, we still pee into the potty. They don’t contain everything, but they contain quite a lot. We use it with the pea pod. They’re not quite as comfortable as the pull-ups, but my son accepts that it’s what he will use now that he’s becoming a big boy. They take a while to air dry (the inner insert is sown in). All in all, they work well and we’re happy with them.
Can handle a full night of pee from a 3.5 year old used to diapers.
My son has trouble pulling them up over his penis because of where the opening for the insert is - hopefully with practice he’ll figure it out on his own and get everything in the right place.
They’ve been great so far, I’ll be buying more.
These pull ups are nice and bug for nighttime. However the way to insert liners is awkward and weird. Also the liners they come with don't hold for overnight. I ended up using my grovia diaper liners in this shell. Still going to give it time. Sometimes liners improve with use.
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