Huggies Drynites (sizes 4-7 yrs and 8-15yrs) 3 packs for £8.71 delivered @ Amazon.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Amazon's RRP for 3 packs £17.67.

4-7 yrs 3 packs of 10. 8-15yrs 3 packs of 9

Product Description: DryNites Pyjama Pants are designed to be worn discreetly under nightwear. DryNites Pyjama Pants can be put on and taken off just like real underwear. A thin super-absorbent pad, together with leak guards and a moisture proof outer-cover, give the best leakage protection. Stretchable sides ensure a snug fit, so your child stays dry and comfortable throughout the night. What's more, DryNites Pyjama Pants have girl and boy designs chosen by children, making them look more like real underwear. Available for Boys and Girls in two sizes. 4-7 yrs: 17kg--30kg OR 2st10lbs--4st10lb. 8-15 yrs : 27kg--57kg OR 4st4lbs--8st12lbs
The fluffy absorbent fibres in HUGGIES nappies are made from wood pulp sourced only from suppliers with Sustainable Forestry Certification. HUGGIES was the first nappy clinically proven to protect against nappy rash.

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#5
Currently seem to be £3 for a 9/10 packs at Asda, so pretty similar value, with other supermarkets showing as £4.50 to £5.20, Boots £5.49 ...

but 2 for £9 looks a typical deal

But strangely Asda is showing on mysupermarket as having £3 each or 2 for £8.....
#6
Up to 15 years. If my kids are still wetting the bed at that age then there's something wrong!
#7
Just ordered some for our 3 year old, and the single pack of 10 of 4-7 girls are £7.99 each !!
#8
If you have a child over the age of 3 who is still incontinent it's worth checking if your PCT offer free pull-ups as many of them do.
#9
This isnt the case, i have 5 children 3 of which still wet the bed at night age 10,6,4. I have seen doctors, health visiters ect and they all say you can not get these for free. I work so i asked if i was on benifits would i receive them then? They said no unless your child have a disability. To me incontinence is a disability!
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Erinath
If you have a child over the age of 3 who is still incontinent it's worth checking if your PCT offer free pull-ups as many of them do.


I have and 3 and 5 year old - some nights dry, some not. School nurse said that they do not worry till child is 6/7 years with regards to bed wetting.

I use the age 4 - 7 on both mine. I normally buy when on offer at 2 for £8.00.

So many thanks - ordered

Edited By: scattydi on Mar 07, 2011 19:21
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CyBerman
Currently seem to be £3 for a 9/10 packs at Asda, so pretty similar value, with other supermarkets showing as £4.50 to £5.20, Boots £5.49 ...

but 2 for £9 looks a typical deal

But strangely Asda is showing on mysupermarket as having £3 each or 2 for £8.....


Thanks for the supermarket pricing info. Asda has so many great deals going by the posts on here. My nearest one is about 20 miles away so rarely get to take advantage of their deals.
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shell5
This isnt the case, i have 5 children 3 of which still wet the bed at night age 10,6,4. I have seen doctors, health visiters ect and they all say you can not get these for free. I work so i asked if i was on benifits would i receive them then? They said no unless your child have a disability. To me incontinence is a disability!

Admittedly I am speaking as the mother of a disabled child, same goes for the other parents around the country I know who manage to get free pull ups for their kids. Still worth people checking what the criteria is with their PCT though.

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