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Aldi's mamia nappies £3.49 size 6 @ Aldi

£3.49 @ ALDI
Not sure what other sizes are £3.49, just thought I'd share for anyone that uses size 6
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Not sure what other sizes are £3.49, just thought I'd share for anyone that uses size 6
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#1
I used these when my son was a baby after being sent some to product test and they were the only brand that didn't leak. Brilliant nappies at a bargain price!
#2
nice find op, heat added :)
#3
Tried these for my daughter and they gave her terrible nappy rash! Asda ones do too. Lucky if you can use them - Pampers is the only ones that seem ok for my little one!
#4
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Haylhoo
I used these when my son was a baby after being sent some to product test and they were the only brand that didn't leak. Brilliant nappies at a bargain price!

Out of all the brands / supermarkets ive tried these were the worst hands down.. I wouldnt have these if they are free

4.30am wake ups from a wet baby and lots of washing / removing mattress covers etc etc.... Nothanks

Edited By: dodgymix on Jan 07, 2015 16:16: Typ
#5
The best nappies out there. Still buy these even when pampers, etc have a deal and are cheaper.
#6
We have tried all brands over the years with our 3 children, aldi mamia were by far superior to all for price and quality, on par with Pampers but much cheeper. We never had any leaks or problems with them at all until around june last year when all of a sudden the nappies had changed design and so did the quality, they felt thinner, the edges were sort of crunched up and the tabs were difficult to stick and also stretched too much making the nappy fit badly after a while which resulted in leaks, the nappies falling off as they had stretched and even the odd nappy rash. They even seemed to be falling apart inside when on overnight. After looking online I found many others with the same problems and was advised that Aldi had changed their supplier for the range. Due to the fact that our main shop was at Aldi we carried on buying them because we felt that they were still better than other supermarket brands and would just keep changing more often which seemed to work but we were obviously going through more nappies. However......big sigh of relief, my partner brought home two boxes the other day while they are back in stock again on offer at our local and to our surprise these are back to the original quality again. Heres hoping Aldi have saw the error of their ways and reverted back to the original supplier/design. They feel much thicker the tabs are nice and elasticated and stick well, no leaks, I had even forgotten I had not changed my 2 year olds nappy first thing yesterday until after he had got up and it still hadn't leaked with him running around for an hour and still felt as if it would have been fine for a while longer, recently it would have just dropped straight off him.


Edited By: adz682 on Jan 07, 2015 16:38
#7
Best nappies but hope my son is potty trained by this size!
#8
i used huggies with older 2 children. i also used them with my third child for about 6 months....until i tried the ones from aldi on recommendation. they are fantastic! have had no problems and have saved a few pounds

heat added from me.
#9
Great nappies for the price. I don't trust them over night though!
#10
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adz682
We have tried all brands over the years with our 3 children, aldi mamia were by far superior to all for price and quality, on par with Pampers but much cheeper. We never had any leaks or problems with them at all until around june last year when all of a sudden the nappies had changed design and so did the quality, they felt thinner, the edges were sort of crunched up and the tabs were difficult to stick and also stretched too much making the nappy fit badly after a while which resulted in leaks, the nappies falling off as they had stretched and even the odd nappy rash. They even seemed to be falling apart inside when on overnight. After looking online I found many others with the same problems and was advised that Aldi had changed their supplier for the range. Due to the fact that our main shop was at Aldi we carried on buying them because we felt that they were still better than other supermarket brands and would just keep changing more often which seemed to work but we were obviously going through more nappies. However......big sigh of relief, my partner brought home two boxes the other day while they are back in stock again on offer at our local and to our surprise these are back to the original quality again. Heres hoping Aldi have saw the error of their ways and reverted back to the original supplier/design. They feel much thicker the tabs are nice and elasticated and stick well, no leaks, I had even forgotten I had not changed my 2 year olds nappy first thing yesterday until after he had got up and it still hadn't leaked with him running around for an hour and still felt as if it would have been fine for a while longer, recently it would have just dropped straight off him.



How much are Aldi marketing paying you for this essay?

Only pampers for my lot, buy when on offer if you are on a budget but at no cost would I waste my money on Aldi nappies again
#11
Only nappies my baby can wear apart from asda without a reaction but rubbish on my 2 year old (who is actually in size 6 nappies) esp overnight as he is a tummy legs up sleeper.
#12
I think there a bargain, bought pampers and asda ones for my boy and he's leaked through both, only ones we can use are these ones and tesco's.
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jase99
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adz682
We have tried all brands over the years with our 3 children, aldi mamia were by far superior to all for price and quality, on par with Pampers but much cheeper. We never had any leaks or problems with them at all until around june last year when all of a sudden the nappies had changed design and so did the quality, they felt thinner, the edges were sort of crunched up and the tabs were difficult to stick and also stretched too much making the nappy fit badly after a while which resulted in leaks, the nappies falling off as they had stretched and even the odd nappy rash. They even seemed to be falling apart inside when on overnight. After looking online I found many others with the same problems and was advised that Aldi had changed their supplier for the range. Due to the fact that our main shop was at Aldi we carried on buying them because we felt that they were still better than other supermarket brands and would just keep changing more often which seemed to work but we were obviously going through more nappies. However......big sigh of relief, my partner brought home two boxes the other day while they are back in stock again on offer at our local and to our surprise these are back to the original quality again. Heres hoping Aldi have saw the error of their ways and reverted back to the original supplier/design. They feel much thicker the tabs are nice and elasticated and stick well, no leaks, I had even forgotten I had not changed my 2 year olds nappy first thing yesterday until after he had got up and it still hadn't leaked with him running around for an hour and still felt as if it would have been fine for a while longer, recently it would have just dropped straight off him.


How much are Aldi marketing paying you for this essay?

Only pampers for my lot, buy when on offer if you are on a budget but at no cost would I waste my money on Aldi nappies again
why would i be getting paid for sharing my experience with them, get a life. If you are lucky enough to be able to afford pampers all the time then good for you!
#14
I used these for daytime and pampers for night. Stock up pampers when they are on offer and buy these when needed.
#15
Do pampers improve when you buy the bigger sizes? only tried once, size 2 or 3, and we had more leaks. but aldi ones have been fine!
#16
I bought size 6 pampers active fit for my boy a couple weeks ago, had to change him more often and leaked through loads. Wouldn't buy again.
#17
Good quality nappies at a good price, shame I didn't discover them until my son was much bigger.
I dont understand why people can't agree to disagree when it comes to nappies, all children are different so why argue over who thinks they are good/bad.
#18
adz682
jase99
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adz682
We have tried all brands over the years with our 3 children, aldi mamia were by far superior to all for price and quality, on par with Pampers but much cheeper. We never had any leaks or problems with them at all until around june last year when all of a sudden the nappies had changed design and so did the quality, they felt thinner, the edges were sort of crunched up and the tabs were difficult to stick and also stretched too much making the nappy fit badly after a while which resulted in leaks, the nappies falling off as they had stretched and even the odd nappy rash. They even seemed to be falling apart inside when on overnight. After looking online I found many others with the same problems and was advised that Aldi had changed their supplier for the range. Due to the fact that our main shop was at Aldi we carried on buying them because we felt that they were still better than other supermarket brands and would just keep changing more often which seemed to work but we were obviously going through more nappies. However......big sigh of relief, my partner brought home two boxes the other day while they are back in stock again on offer at our local and to our surprise these are back to the original quality again. Heres hoping Aldi have saw the error of their ways and reverted back to the original supplier/design. They feel much thicker the tabs are nice and elasticated and stick well, no leaks, I had even forgotten I had not changed my 2 year olds nappy first thing yesterday until after he had got up and it still hadn't leaked with him running around for an hour and still felt as if it would have been fine for a while longer, recently it would have just dropped straight off him.


How much are Aldi marketing paying you for this essay?

Only pampers for my lot, buy when on offer if you are on a budget but at no cost would I waste my money on Aldi nappies again
why would i be getting paid for sharing my experience with them, get a life. If you are lucky enough to be able to afford pampers all the time then good for you!

Ignore jase99 he makes a point of shouting down any aldi or lidl deals. Not sure who his paymaster is, maybe UKIP, keep them foreigners out of our grocery market.

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