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Angel Care Nappy Disposal Unit £5.00 at Mothercare

£5.00 @ Mothercare
Angel Care Nappy Disposal Unit was 14.99 now £5. Considering the cassettes costs 14.99 and this comes with 1 cassette it's a bargain at £5 Online and in store Read More
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Angel Care Nappy Disposal Unit was 14.99 now £5.

Considering the cassettes costs 14.99 and this comes with 1 cassette it's a bargain at £5

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#1
Yeah bought these at this price about 2 months ago. Decent price however save yasel even more money and don't buy refills just use black bin bags and place them insode the empty refills ;)
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thank you Affy! Good idea. Would any of the coldy's care to share this at a better price?
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anthonynsinclair
thank you Affy! Good idea. Would any of the coldy's care to share this at a better price?
Why spend all this money on a disposal unit when you can purchase 100 nappy sacks for £1.00. Bag up dirty nappy and place in outside bin.
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June50
anthonynsinclair
thank you Affy! Good idea. Would any of the coldy's care to share this at a better price?
Why spend all this money on a disposal unit when you can purchase 100 nappy sacks for £1.00. Bag up dirty nappy and place in outside bin.

Some people live in flats and for others I guess its the Convience. But obvs Bin Outside is the cheapest but not always practical.
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anthonynsinclair
thank you Affy! Good idea. Would any of the coldy's care to share this at a better price?

Will be surprised if anyone finds it better than this price anywhere.

Here is how the black bin bags work btw 8)

https://youtu.be/GMxk2hGkQII
#6
GeordieAffy2014
anthonynsinclair
thank you Affy! Good idea. Would any of the coldy's care to share this at a better price?

Will be surprised if anyone finds it better than this price anywhere.

Here is how the black bin bags work btw 8)

https://youtu.be/GMxk2hGkQII


Thank you! Checking the vid out now, will be amazing not having to purchase the cassettes.

Edited By: anthonynsinclair on Sep 03, 2016 17:47: typo
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June50
anthonynsinclair
thank you Affy! Good idea. Would any of the coldy's care to share this at a better price?
Why spend all this money on a disposal unit when you can purchase 100 nappy sacks for £1.00. Bag up dirty nappy and place in outside bin.


I thought that as well originally but our rubbish gets collected every 2 week. In the summer that's not going to be pleasant! This is why I ended up buying one.
#8
Oh I bought that months before but for the refills they are very expensive so I used the black bin bags but it's headach every 2 days I have to change it and fills the bags onto casset oh big job :-o
#9
Why would you want to keep the dirty nappies of your baby in the room for days? Even I would live in a flat I would empty it after every day. Common sense really
#10
ohdearohdear
Why would you want to keep the dirty nappies of your baby in the room for days? Even I would live in a flat I would empty it after every day. Common sense really


I think you're missing the point. It's not a case of keeping dirty nappys in your flat, they are disposed into a hygienic and clean device ready to remove in bulk.

Edited By: anthonynsinclair on Sep 04, 2016 09:56: typo
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anthonynsinclair
ohdearohdear
Why would you want to keep the dirty nappies of your baby in the room for days? Even I would live in a flat I would empty it after every day. Common sense really
I think you're missing the point. It's not a case of keeping dirty nappys in your flat, they are disposed into a hygienic and clean device ready to remove in bulk.


Still...to keep them in the toom for days? Sorry vut you cannot explain this to me

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