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I also have a white i play swim diaper that I bought in 24 MONTHS because that was the largest size in store. My son squeezed into it for the first lesson but the leg holes were really tight and we barely got it on.
As you can see this swim diaper in 4T is smaller than a 24 month diaper from i play. The waists stretch about the same but I will say this swim diaper's leg holes stretch a lot more than i play! The crotch of this swim diaper is significantly more narrow than the i play so I'm pretty sure it would be useless over a disposable diaper. Now a skinny kid who doesn't have another diaper on may not have an issue with this. I personally prefer the coverage of i play. However the shark camo print is cute and it does seem to be of quality material. The lining isn't as thick as i play's but since these are meant to keep poop in and not contain pee, I doubt that makes any difference.
medium: 6-12 months 15-22 pounds
large: 12-18 months 22-28 pounds
x-large: 18-24 months 28-33 pounds
xx-large: 24-30 months 33-38 pounds
3T: 36 months 34-41 pounds
4T: 48 months 38-45 pounds
I bought the 3T on others recommendations to buy a size up. Daughter is 30 months/30 pounds and it seems a bit big (it EASILY fits over a regular diaper), at least she can grow into it!
When the XL size of this one arrived, I put it next to the iPlay and it did look smaller. (I would post a comparison photo but I already gave the old one to my sister.) But then I noticed how much more padding the iPlay had. That one is built more like a diaper, this one is more like a regular swimsuit with an extra liner and elastic around the openings to help contain poop. The thigh holes are slightly bigger unstretched and seem to stretch more too. Tried it on and there's obviously room there for her to keep wearing this size for a while before it gets too tight.
I really like this one a lot more, and it seems like it's more comfortable for my daughter to wear as well.