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This is an excellent piece of kit, if you are parent with children under 3. I bought this one about an year back for £38.99 with starter pack, but even the tub on its own is a bargain for this price.. Direct from the manufacturer.
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#1
Useless and expensive. Get some 37p nappy bags (pack 100) and use your bin. More hygienic, less smelly and a whole lot cheaper.

As for the deal itself, it seems like a good price so I won't vote cold. Useless product (IMO) though.
#2
Have to agree that this was the most useless waste of money I bought when mine were babies.


Good price if you do want one though.
#3
Whirly
Useless and expensive. Get some 37p nappy bags (pack 100) and use your bin. More hygienic, less smelly and a whole lot cheaper.

As for the deal itself, it seems like a good price so I won't vote cold. Useless product (IMO) though.


You are not living on this planet mate, a friend of mine is doing the nappy bags in normal bin, god help him, one can't even get near to his bathroom, its horrible, the odour is overwhelming. But if you kind of like that smell, I can't help it...

So if you haven't tired one of these bins, please don't comment, what you are saying is a load of rubbish. I'm using it for the past year, and it works, works very well.
#4
My Daughter is 5 months old - we used this for about 2 months and decided it was a waste of space and money. Use nappy bags, sling em in your bin - which for the majority of people will have a bin bag or the like in it, tie that bag when full and sling in the wheelie bin.

Can't say I've smelt anything doing it that way! You can definitely spend a tenner more efficiently
#5
Asda and mothercare have had these for £10 too can work expensive as you need to buy cassettes. Im another one who doesnt really see much point my babys nappies just go straight in the wheelie bin
#6
hunter82
Asda and mothercare have had these for £10 too can work expensive as you need to buy cassettes. Im another one who doesnt really see much point my babys nappies just go straight in the wheelie bin


cassets are like 3.20 and last at least a month, and not everyone has got these..."wheelie bins" that you are talking about. so..can't comment on it. Like people who r living in a flat.
#7
i have voted this hot, reasons are . .

This is a DEAL site, as this is a good DEAL, it is hot.

This is not a personal product opinion or review site is it?

Dont knock it until you try it people!! They are ok, and while I admit, I dont use ours as much as we did, it kept the smell out of the house cos the nappy bags dont cut it.

Its not the best kind of nappy bin, the other make one is better (cant think which one)
#8
We used one of these and it was great. We have several friends who didn't and frankly their houses/flats stinked - not that they could smell it mind, you soon get used to your own kids poop.
#9
I got one for my first baby and used it for about 2 weeks.... waste of money. just used nappy sacks and put straight in the wheelie bin. not one person I know thinks these are any good..... they're poo poo! lol
#10
ihotuk
cassets are like 3.20 and last at least a month, and not everyone has got these..."wheelie bins" that you are talking about. so..can't comment on it. Like people who r living in a flat.


You dont have a dust bin? :?
And nappy bags are waaay cheaper
#11
aircanman
i have voted this hot, reasons are . .

This is a DEAL site, as this is a good DEAL, it is hot.

This is not a personal product opinion or review site is it?

Dont knock it until you try it people!! They are ok, and while I admit, I dont use ours as much as we did, it kept the smell out of the house cos the nappy bags dont cut it.

Its not the best kind of nappy bin, the other make one is better (cant think which one)


You vote on the deal as a whole though dont you?
#12
I had one of these when they were on offer in Mothercare at £10. Total waste of money especially int he beginning as we used up so many nappies. Didnt keep in the odour either, yuck! We ended getting an Angelcare nappy bin from Argos using the voucher for a free one inthe bounty packs, now we feel that is a superb nappy bin, so much so we have two, one a permanent fixture in the loo!

Cassettes are also cheaper and last longer as the dont "wrap" up the nappy. Not that the tommee tippee one ever did.
#13
hunter82
You vote on the deal as a whole though dont you?


But for this post, what I foud is...there's bunch buddies who r complaning abt thsi product and I think they also love the smell of their baby's poo....I can't stand it..most human beings don't but there are people out there who loves it...good for em
#14
ihotuk
But for this post, what I foud is...there's bunch buddies who r complaning abt thsi product and I think they also love the smell of baby poo....good for em


I found it less smelly taking the nappy straight to the outside bin rather than letting a pile of them sit in one of these bins in the corner of the room, especially when it came to emptying the bin? fair enough if you live in a flat and cant get easy access to an outside bin then this might suit you but, in my case it was easier, cleaner and far less smelly to chuck it outside.... my house smells lovely :-D
#15
good price and gud product...i hav used for a year and does wot it says on the box
voted hot...thank u
#16
ihotuk
But for this post, what I foud is...there's bunch buddies who r complaning abt thsi product and I think they also love the smell of their baby's poo....I can't stand it..most human beings don't but there are people out there who loves it...good for em


Your rudeness isnt gonna get you heat is it?:roll:
[mod]#17
product is expensive and a waste of money. use nappy bags and put it in the bin.job done. and u cant carry it around with u,nappy bags u can lol
#18
goonertillidie
product is expensive and a waste of money. use nappy bags and put it in the bin.job done. and u cant carry it around with u,nappy bags u can lol


completely agree! :-D
#19
goonertillidie
product is expensive and a waste of money. use nappy bags and put it in the bin.job done. and u cant carry it around with u,nappy bags u can lol


Very good point!
#20
Get some Terry Towelling nappies - work out so much cheaper in the long run. Better for baby. Only extra expense is a scraper. Still if you got to use disposables - I suppose the deal offers a good saving. Nothing wrong with nappy bags though as long as they are fastened up properly. ;-)
[mod]#21
and btw i live in A FLAT
#22
Good price but a rubbish product. I'm with the majority of posters above - if you're buying ready for your first sprog, avoid these bins like the plague. Well-tied nappy sacks work so much better and are *loads* cheaper.

That said, after the first two months we moved onto washables and haven't looked back ;-)
#23
ihotuk
You are not living on this planet mate, a friend of mine is doing the nappy bags in normal bin, god help him, one can't even get near to his bathroom, its horrible, the odour is overwhelming. But if you kind of like that smell, I can't help it...

So if you haven't tired one of these bins, please don't comment, what you are saying is a load of rubbish. I'm using it for the past year, and it works, works very well.


just because some people have an opinion that is different to yours it doesn't make it a load of rubbish. I have used one of these bins and personally I dont think they're great but you do. it's each to their own isn't it.
#24
Mine's 4 now, I miss the nappy days - that gorgeous stinky little bum :-D
Rep to you ihotuk for reminding me of the good old days :-D
#25
i live in an appartment, where the bin is around 10 stories beneth me (they are at -1, am at 9th floor)... so everytime my baby poops, if i have to go down 10 floors, don't think i'll be very economical.

this has been a life saver for me, i have to empty it only once a week or so, and if she's got a bad tummy, it avoids having to dispose of the smell every hour! this is really a time saver!
#26
Do not listen to the muppets that rate this product as cold, it is an excellent product, I can onlypresume those people have either never used it or do not know how to.

I got one a few months back and its a great product, it keeps all the horrible smells locked in far better than a nappy bag does.
The refills are a bit expensive, right now asda have 4 refills for £10.
I find one of these refills last about two weeks.

You have to make your own mind up but but I would not be using nappy bags ahead of this product given the choice.

Good deal.
#27
We had one of the original Sangenic bins until it fell apart from over use!

The mrs bought one of these at the weekend as we both feel it's a good product.
#28
I have been using this with my three month old and actually find them really good, they keep the smell away. I do use the smelly bags when i'm out but at home i find the bin more convient. Really don't understand why this has been voted cold. You are meant to receive a coupon in the bounty packs but when my daughter was born they ran out so this is a very good price. Voted hot :)
#29
capelli
Do not listen to the muppets that rate this product as cold, it is an excellent product, I can onlypresume those people have either never used it or do not know how to.

I got one a few months back and its a great product, it keeps all the horrible smells locked in far better than a nappy bag does.
The refills are a bit expensive, right now asda have 4 refills for £10.
I find one of these refills last about two weeks.

You have to make your own mind up but but I would not be using nappy bags ahead of this product given the choice.

Good deal.


Well I must be a muppet but I would rather spend £60 a year on something else. I found this product to be a waste of space, doesn't do anything a nappy sack doesn't apart from take up extra space. I found it pretty disgusting taking a (smelly) string of used nappies to the bin as well.
#30
StudentJo
Well I must be a muppet but I would rather spend £60 a year on something else. I found this product to be a waste of space, doesn't do anything a nappy sack doesn't apart from take up extra space. I found it pretty disgusting taking a (smelly) string of used nappies to the bin as well.


I must be a muppet too lol! I used to have one and so did most of my friends and we all thought that it wasnt much cop.

I don't understand why people have to get rude and dish out insults when some people don't have the same opinion as them. obviously this product suits some and not others like most things in life.
I cant believe how some people have responded just because others have voted cold and disagreed..... nuts!:w00t:
#31
kirsty1981
I must be a muppet too lol! I used to have one and so did most of my friends and we all thought that it wasnt much cop.

I don't understand why people have to get rude and dish out insults when some people don't have the same opinion as them. obviously this product suits some and not others like most things in life.
I cant believe how some people have responded just because others have voted cold and disagreed..... nuts!:w00t:


I know! It's really annoying, it's the usual "tell us why you voted cold" and then be insulted for it! Never mind that 15 people's bad experiences might be useful info for potential buyers, as long as the thread is hot!
#32
Its not about voting cold or the product being bad, there are people out there who just want to prove their point, no matter they have used that product or not, they just don't like that product for some reason. and the reasons they are quoting are silly and unbelivable. so naturally they've been given names in this case... Muppets...sorry we can't help it.
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ihotuk
Its not about voting cold or the product being bad, there are people out there who just want to prove their point, no matter they have used that product or not, they just don't like that product for some reason. and the reasons they are quoting are silly and unbelivable. so naturally they've been given names in this case... Muppets...sorry we can't help it.


OH MY GOD GROW UP!!!! I have used the poxy product and I didn't like it, why is that soooo hard for you to accept??!! I'm not saying anything about you or offending you??! You are very strange to let other peoples opinions about such a trivial thing effect you so much. oh and -88 must say something too??

-97 now! oh and I notice on your previous post on the thread about those biscuits that you voted a deal cold because there wasn't a store near you?... very grown up
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kirsty1981
OH MY GOD GROW UP!!!! I have used the poxy product and I didn't like it, why is that soooo hard for you to accept??!! I'm not saying anything about you or offending you??! You are very strange to let other peoples opinions about such a trivial thing effect you so much. oh and -88 must say something too??

-97 now! oh and I notice on your previous post on the thread about those biscuits that you voted a deal cold because there wasn't a store near you?... very grown up


Kirsty I think we just have to admit that because we won't pay £35-£70 a year to dispose of our childrens' nappies we are muppets who like the smell of our kids' poo. A product which is a bin with a long tube of expensive nappy sack material inside is invaluable to those of us who use disposable nappies because it enables us not to use nappy sacks but to physically push a filthy nappy into a small hole and then carry a long string of nappies to the bin all at once. It is very different is so many respects to a bin with a lid full of nappies in nappy sacks.

The other members of the British public whose lack of interest in this product have caused it to be given away free to the parents of ever child in bounty packs are also muppets who are too stupid to see the value of it.

Not forgetting the good people of HUKD who have also voted this offer COLD.

We must learn to accept that this forum is not to share knowledge about products and offers so that we can benefit from each others' consumer experiences, it is to insult people who don't share our opinions and cry when our deal is voted cold.

Have some rep and take your silly and unbelievable reasons elsewhere you muppet :p
#35
StudentJo
Kirsty I think we just have to admit that because we won't pay £35-£70 a year to dispose of our childrens' nappies we are muppets who like the smell of our kids' poo. A product which is a bin with a long tube of expensive nappy sack material inside is invaluable to those of us who use disposable nappies because it enables us not to use nappy sacks but to physically push a filthy nappy into a small hole and then carry a long string of nappies to the bin all at once. It is very different is so many respects to a bin with a lid full of nappies in nappy sacks.

The other members of the British public whose lack of interest in this product have caused it to be given away free to the parents of ever child in bounty packs are also muppets who are too stupid to see the value of it.

Not forgetting the good people of HUKD who have also voted this offer COLD.

We must learn to accept that this forum is not to share knowledge about products and offers so that we can benefit from each others' consumer experiences, it is to insult people who don't share our opinions and cry when our deal is voted cold.

Have some rep and take your silly and unbelievable reasons elsewhere you muppet :p




fantastic! :-D:-D

...... fellow muppet :-D
#36
I've voted hot because this is a good price for the item. However we use cloth nappies so wont be buying one myself, but if someone I know is looking for one then thanks to the OP I can point them in a cheaper direction

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