bambinex re-useable all-in-one nappy was £10 now £2.50 instore at boots - HotUKDeals
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again this was seen in brighton (north street) and with a clearance shelf label
this is not avaliable online - still £10 there

very fluffy fabric, like a teddy bear on your bot
had sizes small and medium

A easy to use all in one nappy from Bambinex, simply put on and go! This gently elasticated nappy has gusseted legs to prevent leaks, with a soft breathable Pu outer and a supersoft teddy microfibre inner for the ultimate in softness and absorbancy.

This nappy dries exceptionately quickly and washes very easily. This is a great nappy for any stash, as it is so convenient for grandparents, out and about and holidays.
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#1
wil have to have a look at my local and see if they have any in, to give them a try, i have bum genius at the moment, trying others too to see what fits best, cant go wrong at this price
#2
Just picked up from boots manchester fort.

they also had



Posted 16/7/09
Bambinex all in one re-usable nappy Medium and small in store only was £10 now £2.50



Bambinex 3-in-1 Ultra Care Nappy Wash Powder 350g was £3.46 now 86p



bambinex swim nappy all sizes was £7.00 now 1.75



Boots matress protector was £7 now 1.75

picked up an assortment of the above, well chuffed and also used my extra points coupons :) Thanks
#3
Wow, I'm going to Boots this weekend now! Was just there, but didn't even look in the baby section...
#4
Washing Poo out of a nappy!:? NO THANKS:p Your not going to save the planet as we are all doomed anyway!;-)
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alexandercooper
Washing Poo out of a nappy!:? NO THANKS:p Your not going to save the planet as we are all doomed anyway!;-)


Your grammar is the only thing that's doomed.
#6
Its not about saving the planet, its about saving money and lots of it, work out what you spend on nappies in a year and its frightening!! Plus these must be so much more comftable for babies as those horrible sweaty synthetic platic nappies are not the most natural things in the world to put on a baby.
#7
thanks for this hope my boots has got some left! wil try n plan to use them when shes not gonna do a poo tho ha! that matress protector i bought one a few weeks ago for £15! am gona get another for a spare if they have any for that price,
#8
horsepills
Your grammar is the only thing that's doomed.


:p +1
#9
alexandercooper
Washing Poo out of a nappy!:? NO THANKS:p Your not going to save the planet as we are all doomed anyway!;-)


Is it better to flush the poo down the loo, or leave it to fester in a bin for a week? Disposable nappies absolutely reek in comparison. And anyway, if you've got kids you're gonna get poo one way or another - faecophobia really isn't going to get you very far.
#10
alexandercooper
Washing Poo out of a nappy!:? NO THANKS:p Your not going to save the planet as we are all doomed anyway!;-)


i take it your pretty young because back 30years ago their was only towel nappys!

the young these day ay,.. full of poo lol
#11
Can anyone tell me how long these take to dry? I am guessing they are microfibre on the inside so should be ok but the only all-in-ones I have ever used took absolutely ages.
#12
I think you'll be pretty lucky to find any of these instore - I saw the price reductions over a week ago in my Boots but the shelves were empty.

BTW if you have a baby and you manage never to touch poo / vom / snot you must have a nanny!
#13
I can't believe people would use these.....The disposable are so good and I think better for the babies, especially as they do a lot of pee, I don't think the re-usable once do the same kind of job....Just an opinion though. I never used the re-usable ones
#14
They had all of the above in cheltenham today.
#15
None reduced in Warrington all full priced.. :-(
#16
they had these in redditch & merry hill

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