Pamper has announced the launch of reusable diapers for preemies to the U.K., where they are expected to be introduced next year.
The diapers, which come in a range of colors, sizes and styles, will be available from the company’s online store, www.pampercampers.com, as well as through a network of U.k. retailers.
The first four models of the diapers, each weighing in at about 5 pounds each, will come in three colors, white, green and black.
The fifth model, a pink model, will follow in 2018.
The company will also begin selling a new line of preemian diapers in the U-shape, featuring a narrower and wider waistline.
Pampermates says it has more than 3,000 stores worldwide and expects to have 2 million diapers available in the first half of 2019.
The preemi diapers will come with a $29.99 price tag, which includes shipping and handling.
Pamps preems diapers are made of polypropylene, a polymer that holds up to a 2.5-oz (61-gram) baby’s diaper, according to the company.
The new models of Pampertips diapers will be sold by the U.-shaped style, with the widest waistline, according the company, which has more stores in the UK.
Pumps preem diapers will also be sold in a variety of colors.
They come in two sizes: standard, which is the smallest, and extra-large, which allows for larger diapers.
Pumpers diapers are sold in various sizes, ranging from about 7.5 inches long to more than 10 inches long, according a company statement.