Friday, May 27, 2016

TTPM GREAT REVIEWS & SHOPPING TOOL THAT SAVES YOU MONEY



Who doesn’t like having a personal shopper?  Someone who takes you by the hand and helps you find just the right products for your baby, tot and even pet.   TTPM, a comprehensive product review site compiles written and video reviews from top industry experts to help guide you to make the right choices. 

Looking for a car seat or stroller that fits your particular needs?  Searching on TTPM is even better than walking the aisles of the biggest baby store as you have your “personal” salesperson who can answer important questions such as usefulness, value, age appropriateness and even degree of difficulty in assembly.  All this is available with a price comparison at major retailers, retail availability and one click shopping.  So now you not only become a really savvy consumer, but you also have lots more free time.

You may have heard about the TTPM Diaper Challenge recently.  According to TTPM Editor-in-Chief, Jim Silver, “The TTPM Diaper Challenge provides reliable a qualitative review of the various diaper brands in real-world usage by the participants.  For the TTPM Diaper Challenge, a select group of parents went through 5,000 diapers, in 30 days, including 10 brands, and reviewed the diapers in 6 key categories. The categories included absorbency, odor, fit/flexibility, comfort, and quality. They also took a look at overall price. 




The challengers rated the diaper brands on a scale of 1-5.  The brands included in the TTPM Diaper Challenge included: Bambo Nature, Babies R Us, Earth’s Best, Huggies Little Snugglers, Kirkland, Luvs, Pampers Cruisers, Parent’s Choice (Walmart), Seventh Generation, Up & Up (Target).   The best overall performance with a 4.3 was from Huggies Little Snugglers that received high marks on absorbency (4.8), odor (4.3), fit/flexibility (3.8), comfort (4.8).  At $0.37 each it was considered the mid-point price range. 

With so many people interested in eco-friendly options, TTPM also took a look at some greener brands too.  Although a selection of reviewers commented that eco-friendly diapers were not a major factor in making a purchase, nationally there is a demand.  TTPM did review three brands: Bambo Nature, Earth’s Best, and Seventh Generation. For overall performance, Seventh Generation took the lead with a score of 3.8.  Bambo Nature (3.3) and Earth’s Best (2.0). 




19 comments:

jean602 said...

That's all very helpful information thanks for sharing

jean602 said...

That's all very helpful information thanks for sharing

freddie said...

Sounds like a wonderful service for people who have babies. I wish it had been around when my daughter was a baby.

Melissa Storms said...

This sounds like a great product for parent with young children and babies.

VickieC said...

I can see where this would be good for people who have small children

Sara Schwab said...

This is a interesting blog

alissa apel said...

It sounds like a great study. I used Pampers, Huggies, and Lovs. Anything I could find a coupon for. I kind of wish I would have tried the cloth diaper route.

Jerry Marquardt said...

I like TT+M a lot. I thank you so much for sharing a great service like this to everyone else so they can enjoy this also.

slehan said...

Wish I'd had something like this 40 years ago. Very handy.

Penelope Costanzo said...

Where was this when my kids were little?

VickieC said...

very interesting,,good info to know

freddie said...

Sounds like they have a pretty good program going on. This would come in handy for my daughter who shops a heck of a lot more than I do.

Edye Nicole said...

Great post. Thanks for sharing.

angie lilly said...

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alissa apel said...

This looks right up my ally. Anything to save money.

laura rubenstein said...

This sounds great

Tamra Phelps said...

I'm glad I don't have to worry about diapers! Eco-friendly is important, but honestly there just doesn't seem to be one that works as well as the old-style disposables. So, either new parents accept that & deal with it, or they accept that they are going to use the ones that are not as eco-friendly. I understand both choices.

Jerry Marquardt said...

I recommend TTPM to everyone. They are a great and fun web yet interesting web site.

slehan said...

Wish I'd had something like this 40 years ago. Very handy.

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