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Angelcare Nappy Disposal System with free cassette all for £7.50 delivered @ Amazon! RRP £24.99

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Exclusive Amazon Offer: Save £17.50 on the Angelcare Nappy Disposal System--Now £7.50 enter the promotional code ANCBIN09 Angelcare Nappy Disposal System Get smelly nappies out of the way i…
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8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago
Exclusive Amazon Offer: Save £17.50 on the Angelcare Nappy Disposal System--Now £7.50

enter the promotional code ANCBIN09


Angelcare Nappy Disposal System

Get smelly nappies out of the way in one simple step with the clever Angelcare Nappy Disposal System, which is now available for only £7.50, reduced from £24.99, exclusively for Amazon customers. The offer includes a free refill cassette, worth £4.99, and it can all be delivered direct to your home for free. At this price, why not have one upstairs and one downstairs to make life easier?

How to claim your Nappy Disposal System discount:

To take advantage of this special offer, simply click on the Nappy Disposal System shown on the left and place it into your basket, enter the promotional code ANCBIN09 in the promotional code box as you check out your purchase, and voila! You save £17.50 on the recommended retail price. More details on how to use the promotional code are available here.

Terms and Conditions apply. Offer is valid from 2 March 2009 to 31 Dec 2009. Applies only to Angelcare Nappy Disposal System sold by Amazon.co.uk. Does not apply to product sold on our site by third-party merchants or through third-party areas such as Amazon.co.uk Marketplace.

The Angelcare Nappy Disposal System keep nasty smells at bay and is easy to use with one hand. Now you can dispose of dirty nappies wherever you are in the house, without endless trips to the dustbin. The secret is in the bag. The multi-layer bag in the refill cassette provides an effective barrier against bad smells. The unit has a capacity of approximately 28 nappies (size two) and a refill cassette lasts approximately 28 days. The bag is easy to remove from the unit using a childproof internal cutter and can be disposed of like a normal bin liner.
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banned#1
nice and practical at a good deal http://weddingepisode.com/imgs/signature_excuse1.jpg
#2
This is very cheap, thanks, ordered. heat n rep left.
#3
Is this linked to the Bounty offer? I am 8 months pregnant and Bounty say they give £20 voucher in your newborn pack which would take the cost down to £4.99 at Argos, Boots, Amazon, Babies R Us and Kiddicare. This also includes a cartridge.

See below link:

http://www.bounty.com/angelcare%20nappybin.aspx

Is useful if you need a second one for grandparents etc though.
#4
bounty link does not work
would have had a bounty
banned#5
We got a bounty pack in January, expiry date March. Yet the voucher inside for this for a fiver expired Dec 2008.
#6
Heat and rep added, ordered, thanks!
banned#7
Did anyone else order one of these? We did, but it did not come with a refill pack. We have complained and wait to see what they say.
#8
Sureyly if the catridies are £11 you are just ebtter off buying lots of these units inidivually?
#9
We got one of these free from Bounty when my son was born in July. I'm glad we didn't buy it because it would have been a total waste of money. Save yourself £7.50 and put the nappy in an outside bin when you take it off.
banned#10
WARNING - DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT FROM AMAZON.

We have now had a replacement sent. Again, it does not contain the refill pack as stated in the description. I have just phoned to complain and they say it is not their fault, it is a manufacturer / distributor error. I am returning both for refunds.
#11
i got this free in may with the voucher from the bounty pack but i wouldnt buy one i dont think..
#12
And make sure you join the Tesco baby club, pampers club and any other club where you can get vouchers for nappies and other stuff. Get as many people as you can to join the pampers club. They can get quidco and £4.00 in coupons for you each time.

That way you can really drive down the costs of disposable nappies and with Hot Deals you can go where they are cheapest.
#13
bc.jacobs
We got a bounty pack in January, expiry date March. Yet the voucher inside for this for a fiver expired Dec 2008.


I think must happen quite often as a voucher for pampers we had from the bounty pack had also expired two months earlier.
#14
Use reusables :-)
#15
We received one of these free from Argos with the bounty pack in June last year and we still use it, very handy for in the nursery and allegedly uses less plastic than nappy bags (though not quite convinced about that as the plastic is much thicker).
#16
http://www.bounty.com/angelcare%20nappybin.aspx

£4.99 here, with free cartridge!!
banned#17
Now this has been made hot, I will say it again. The ones from amazon do not contain the refill, supposedly worth £4.99. They know about it, but still have not yet updated the description.
banned#18
Jinkz
http://www.bounty.com/angelcare%20nappybin.aspx

£4.99 here, with free cartridge!!


The problem here is that often the vouchers have expired by the time you are given the pack. Ours was, and Argos refused to honour the voucher, saying it was down to Bounty. And Bounty do not respond to complaints about expired vouchers.
#19
one of the biggest wastes of money and space is a nappy disposal system, it comes out top in every survey done by mothers of things they wish they hadn't bothered getting.

I got a tommee tippee one when my son was born almost 4 years ago and it was of no practical use.
#20
Nappy disposal systems are just a waste of money and space. What's wrong with buy a box of 300 nappy bags for 99p?
#21
The only people I think that can justify these are nurseries, or places with multiple kids and a conveyor line of bums to change.

Waste of money, waste of space in your house... and not much good for the environment either.
#22
I got a free one from bounty/argos last summer when i had my son. We used it until the cartrigde ran out and then chucked the whole thing out as it was smelly and too expensive for the cartridges. DO NOT BUY!!! Its just a waste of money!
#23
Well said Fluff, totally agree!!!
#24
this comes in the bounty pack you get when you give birth. We got one, but I also had the tommee tippee one. This is alot better, and the refills last about twice as long as the tommee tippee!

Hot.
#25
richieWolf
Nappy disposal systems are just a waste of money and space. What's wrong with buy a box of 300 nappy bags for 99p?


end of the day, lets say you have a nappy cot top changer in your bedroom, you use a nappy sack. you then have filthy nappys that you can see in your bedroom bin. And a couple of them and the bin is full. It is alot more convenient to use one of these bins and keep all the filth in them than in your normal household bins. When you are on your own in the house, you cant keep emptying the bins all the time.

Its all about convenience. Why do you have a microwave when you can use the oven?
#26
We got a free one as well and, like most people on here, i agree that it isn't worth paying for and they do stink the place up, after a while.

However, it can be useful, as you don't necessarily need to buy the refill cassettes. Just get a large bin liner/carrier bag and wrap it round and you'll never have to buy a refill again!
#27
So just use the free bin that you get from Bounty and put the nappy sacks in them. Problem solved! The other point was that refill cassettes are a waste of money!
#28
mabccc
Did anyone else order one of these? We did, but it did not come with a refill pack. We have complained and wait to see what they say.


the refill cartridge is in the nappy wrapper. lift the lid up from the back of the wrapper and it should be there.
hope that helps.
#29
don't buy one of these! the amount of times i have almost been sick from changing this bin is unbelievable. my other half got this free through the bounty pack deal last march. you r better off going for the tomie tippee one that individually wraps them.
#30
I had a voucher for £4.99 for the same nappy bin with one cartridge nearly 2 years ago from a bounty pack. Ordered 3 extra cartridges for a tenner (in total) at the same time from Angelcare and had no problems with it. The cartridges are quite expensive compare to just using nappy bags. Can get these bins new from ebay pretty cheap (most people sell them after getting them free from the bounty pack!). The cassettes are £11.69 for 3 from Argos.
banned#31
nosh86
the refill cartridge is in the nappy wrapper. lift the lid up from the back of the wrapper and it should be there.
hope that helps.


No it is not, they are sending them out empty.
#32
How rude was that reply, Nosh86 was only trying to help & I can confirm with Nosh86 as I have just checked my one & it is indeed under the lid, so it must be just yours!

nosh86:
the refill cartridge is in the nappy wrapper. lift the lid up from the back of the wrapper and it should be there.
hope that helps.


mabccc
No it is not, they are sending them out empty.
#33
Wouldnt bother, had one of these for free and found it to be unnessisary.

Take off nappy, put nappy into nappy bag, put baby into cot, take the now airtight sealed nappy and put it in the bin, then wash hands. Then go back to check baby.
#34
These bins are absolutely AWESOME for dealing with baby. 10month old kid and i must say it's of great benefit. Bin next to the changing mat, fold nappy into itself and then shove it into the bin. End of week/fortnight you lift lid and then tie off the end of the "sock". Job done, no smell, no mess, no hassle.

We got ours free with the bounty pack too and get the refills from morrisons/argos.
#35
Looks like landfill to me, no not the nappies the product.

A classic gadget that the world didn' t need like the binoculars with AM/FM radio that the mother-in-law bought for me!

Try a bin with a lid and nappy bags:)
#36
Come on folks....give real cloth nappies a go, they are really easy to use and will save you hundreds of pounds.
Makes me feel sick to think of all those disposable nappies and poo sitting in landfill. Even worse that some are neatly packaged in plastic taking even longer to rot away.
#37
Gingerboy
Try a bin with a lid and nappy bags:)

The point is that this is more convenient than nappy bags (think a bin that does not need nappy bags), and it produces less waste than nappy bags (although that is arguably marginal anyway).

I think it is quite a nice product, but the refills are (of course?) way overpriced. If you buy the system at argos with the bounty coupon (20 pounds off), you can get a 3 set of refills for just 5 more pounds. That is quite good value, but I still have to figure out what to do when they run out.
#38
Very cheap for what it is however, I would till buy nappy bags, the refills for these are so expensive, it's what makes the money. Much cheaper/easier to have nappy sacks. I brought one for my eldest and never used it. We got a free one from bounty last year, and gave it away. BTW you get a voucher for one of these free in the bounty pack after birth:thumbsup:
#39
This has now gone back up to £24.99, so expired :)
banned#40
deard69
How rude was that reply, Nosh86 was only trying to help & I can confirm with Nosh86 as I have just checked my one & it is indeed under the lid, so it must be just yours!

nosh86:
the refill cartridge is in the nappy wrapper. lift the lid up from the back of the wrapper and it should be there.
hope that helps.


No it wasn't. I did check to see if it was inside the product before complaining. Earlier I had a phone call from amazon, saying they had been in touch with the manufacturer and that there has been a mistake in the recent shipments and that they would send out a refill pack if I still wanted it. Which is not much use since I have already returned both the ones they have sent me.

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