Pampers Simply Dry Nappies Size 3 / 4 / 5 Economy Packs 44-60 Nappies in a pack at Morrisons £5.00 !!!! - HotUKDeals
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Pampers Simply Dry Did you know that there is a new affordable nappies from Pampers?"

Its Pampers Simply Dry. The new great value nappies with the trusted Pampers dryness your baby needs as of now available for you every day at an affordable price.

size 3 60 nappies
size 4 50 nappies
size 5 44 nappies

Size 3 Midi
4-9kg (9-20lbs)

Size 4 Maxi
7-18kg (15-40lbs)

Size 5 Junior
11-25kg (24-55lbs)

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Be warned, these are really thin and cheap quality.
Probably better off buying the supermarkets own brand nappies TBH!
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Be warned, these are really thin and cheap quality.
Probably better off buying the supermarkets own brand nappies TBH!

very true i was shocked when i got home and took one out of the packet, theyre like half the thickness of the normal pampers nappies
Has anyone tried them - do you know what the absorbancy's like? I usually use the pampers active fit for my toddler , don't find the standard fit pampers very good. When I saw these advertised I thought they were something great, not I'm not so sure! Thanks
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We won't be buying them again, and we definitely can't leave them on the litle one overnight.
Probably good for taking on holiday though!!
Don't buy these, horrible nasty nappies that don't keep baby dry. More like tesco value quality.
I agree with all of the above.I usually use Tesco own brand nappies on my baby but thought I would buy a packet of these to try.Complete waste of money.Put one on her before she went to bed and she woke up soaked through.They are no better than Tesco value nappies.
avoid at all costs!!!
Does anyone know if you can use the pampers money off vouchers for these? Thinking they might be worth a try if i can get them for £2.50!
... More like tesco value quality.

Tesco have improved their own brand of nappies... the ones in yellow packing are very similar to the branded ones and about 30% cheaper. :)
Please don't stock up on these nappies without trying them first.

We usualy use active fit nappies for our 21m dd but tried these because they were so cheap.
Her skin was red raw all up to her waist where the nappy had touched her skin.
They are dreadfull and agree with others I'd rather use own brand nappies but nowhere seems to fit her as good as the active fit.

We are waiting on pampers sending some vouchers out after we sent them an e mail saying how bad they were. :roll:
People are voting hot here just for the brand name.

Read the warnings, avoid these at all costs!!!!
I also agree they are so thin and flimsy, I bought these and also a pack of Morrisons own as they are on offer for £3 a pack. I prefer the own brand ones.

I am having trouble trying to find any nappy that will see my daughter (20 months) through the night as she has piddled through all of them :(
These are the worst nappies i have used since Huggies. Be warned they don't hold anywhere near the original blue/purple pack Pampers. If you buy these then i suggest you buy in bulk because you will be going through them like no tomorrow.
Tesco have improved their own brand of nappies... the ones in yellow packing are very similar to the branded ones and about 30% cheaper. :)

Tesco's nappies have always worked best for my son. We tried pampers, boots, adsa, tesco etc when he was first born and at 16 months Tesco seem to have edged it over pampers for both price and fewer leaks.

Won't be voting either way on this simply because they look a good price but without trying this particular typeI've not right to comment.
My local Tesco has replaced the whole active fit range with these horrid nappies :x
Interesting to see noone has anything good to say about these nappies, speaks volumes.
Seem fine to me but will probably stick to supermarket own brands when the deal finishes.
Really Really Really poor nappies, Pampers should be ashamed! Im complaining, I usually use Cloth but bought some of these for a weekend away, YUK! my son was soaked in the morning and crystals everywhere, they are rubbish!

I would stick to Tesco Baby Dry for whenI need to buy disposies.
These are fine for emergency 'in the changing bag' nappies and they are £6.00 in my local Norwich Morrisons.
Awful nappies. The wipes are terrible too. You get bigger postage stamps.
awful awful awful !!!!!

Avoid these nappies. They gave my 21 month old boy really bad nappy rash with blisters and did not last 1 night, every morning he woke up soaked!!!!
I got them to try out of curiosity and they are rubbish. To be fair they dont say '12 hour dry' like huggies for using over night so only bought for during the day but after two hours in bed (day time nap) DD was soaked through. And they are thin and nasty looking.

The wipes seem ok and only 89p in B&M.
i use them during the day and have never found a problem with them.. Agreed I wouldnt use them over night and use the pampers 12 hour ones for bedtime but have never had one leak on me yet!
i have used them on my 18m no problems as yet, they are thinner, but fine
I have always used Pampers Baby Dry/Active Fit/Easy Up on my kids and they were fine. Tried this new Pampers now and my little one got terrible skin irritation. Don't buy them!!!!!
These are crap stay away.. pay the extra! :thumbsup:
Bought them a few weeks ago and thought nothing of it. Until our baby developed a nappy rash that didn't go away.

Then I stumbled across this thread and it made me think 'aah - THAT'S the reason!'. We've switched to Asda's new comfort brand.

I'd have to go with the majority here based on my evidence and say "stay away".

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