Diaper Genie Elite vs Complete: Which One Is Better?
If you are waiting for the arrival of a newborn or have trouble coping with soiled diapers, then you can't miss Diaper Genie.
Both Diaper Genie Complete and Diaper Genie Elite are good options for families with newborns. But which one is better for your family?
Let’s know about the commons and differences between Diaper Genie Elite and Diaper Genie Complete. After reading this blog, you will know the answer.
Why is Diaper Genie so popular?
The arrival of a newborn is something to celebrate. But are you ready for it?
Stinky bombs should be the hardest part of caring for your newborn. Baby feces ferment quickly. If you just throw used diapers in the corner or throw them in ordinary garbage cans, they will smell your apartment in minutes.
Keep your room fresh - Playtex’s Diaper Genie can well seal odors inside the pail with built-in antimicrobial and special refill bags. Diaper Genie keeps your house smelling fresh.
Reduce the trips to the trash can – Diaper Genie can hold about 50 used diapers (exactly depending on the size of diapers). You will only have to empty it every 5 to 7 days instead of going to the trash can in the yard at every diaper change. You will have much more time to stay with your little baby.
Features of Diaper Genie Complete
1 The 27-inch-tall design and the foot pedal allow you to toss the used diapers without bending.
2 Both the pail body and refill bag are built-in antimicrobial that can suppress bacteria.
3 The double Air-Tite clamps help to better mask dirty diaper odors.
4 Upgraded, Diaper Genie Complete looks sleeker and more modern.
5 The carbon filter at the top of the pail absorbs the smells that try to escape.
6 There are 4 colors available: white, pink, blue, and gray.
Features of Diaper Genie Elite
1 Thanks to the pedal at the bottom of the Diaper Genie, you don’t have to get your hands dirty when tossing used diapers.
2 When emptying Diaper Genie Elite, the pail will fall into 2 and lies on the floor.
3 The clamping mechanism seals the bag temporarily. When the lid is open, the stink can’t run out.
4 When the lid is completely open, you can’t push the diaper down to the bottom. But if you get your foot off the pedal, the diaper will drop.
What are the differences between Diaper Genie Elite and Complete?
While both Diaper Genie Complete and Diaper Genie Elite have helped more than 1.5 million families, the two versions of Diaper Genie differ.
1 Height: Diaper Genie Complete is 27 inches tall, while Diaper Genie Elite is only 21.5 inches.
2 Capacity: Although Diaper Genie Complete is taller than Diaper Genie Elite, Complete holds fewer used diapers than Elite. That’s because Diaper Genie Complete is thinner.
3 Carbon Filter: There is no carbon filter at the top of Diaper Genie Elite.
4 Open button: To empty your Diaper Genie, the button that you would push to open the Diaper Genie Elite is in the middle of the pail body. If you push it, the whole body will fall into two. And for Diaper Genie Complete, the button is at the upper-middle part of the pail.
5 Emptying: Although it takes up more space on the floor when emptying Diaper Genie Elite, with the pail fully open, it can be easier to empty and change Diaper Genie Elite than Complete.
6 Availability: Diaper Genie Complete is widely available, but Diaper Genie is discontinued by manufacturer.
The most frequently asked question – Where to find generic Diaper Genie refills?
Lionpapa’s generic Diaper Genie refills have helped thousands of new parents.
Quality: The film of Lionpapa’s alternative Diaper Genie refills is made of 11 layers of EVOH material. They are the same strong and durable as the original refill bags.
Price: Each cartridge of Lionpapa’s generic Diaper Genie refill costs less than $4.
Lionpapa Diaper Genie refills (4-pack) $15.99 vs. $18.49 Diaper Genie refills (3-pack). If you buy more at once, it is even cheaper. For example, for 8-pack, Playtex’s refills cost $47.99, while Lionpapa’s generic refills only cost $30.99.