Pampers Simply Dry Size 3, 4 or 5 Nappies (120, 100, 88) for £8.78 free delivery on Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Amazon currently have Pampers size 3, 4 & 5 nappies at the amazing price of £9.75 for 2 packets. Prices are:

7p a nappy for size 3,
8p a nappy for size 4 and
9p a nappy for size 5.

Size 3 come in 2 packs of 60 nappies (so 120)
Size 4 come in 2 packs of 50 nappies (so 100) and finally
Size 5 come in 2 packs of 44 nappies (so 88)

They are free delivery and work out 10% cheaper, at £8.78 if you subscribe and save. You can then, of course, cancel the subscription without any further orders!
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#1
Thanks, just orderd 3 packs ;)
#2
Good price! I wouldnt use these for nights tho as they dont really hold a lot in! Heat added x
#3
£9.75 now but still a good price :)
#4
Dreadful nappies...
#5
Terrible nappies but a good find if you like them so heat added x
#6
these nappies are awful, brought some last week and every night my baby has woken up soaked through to his sleeping bag! they dont do too good in the day either, i wouldnt use these again if they were given to me!
#7
Horrid nappies wouldnt use them if they were giving them away.
#8
Is it us or these are not as good as the Baby Dry?
They seem to get filled and leak every hour or so.

Just read reviews: It's not just us.

Edited By: jimmy2007 on Jan 09, 2011 11:10
#9
They are cheap and nasty and I wouldnt put any child in them - they probably feel as bad as they function. Grim
#10
I had ordered 3 packs of these as they work out slightly cheaper than the Aldi nappies we are using but after reading your comments about leakages I have cancelled my order.
#11
These nappies are not great. Baby dry nappies are much better.

Siva
#12
I've never had a problem with these nappies, perhaps just lucky? The only ones I refuse to use are huggies. Very good offer, gutted that I bought some already yesterday in Asda!
1 Like #13
These do get full very quickly, personally like tesco's own as they seem to be cheaper but better quality, I even prefer them to huggies :) don't quite know why I am sharing this info, but if it helps people try them who otherwise would skip them because of the price :)
#14
Awful, awful nappies!!
#15
Never had an issue with any Pampers (baby dry or these), good deal.
#16
babybetty
Good price! I wouldnt use these for nights tho as they dont really hold a lot in! Heat added x

Ring pampers give them the barcode and they will send you some more/vouchers
#17
RyansMummy
I've never had a problem with these nappies, perhaps just lucky? The only ones I refuse to use are huggies. Very good offer, gutted that I bought some already yesterday in Asda!

exactly the same experience as me, these are fine, huggies leak badly. weird :)
#18
another vote for 'pretty rubbish' for night time use.
Tesco do them at 2 for 10quid as well..
#19
Another vote to say Huggies (newborn) are rubbish. we used size one and two and they were
terrible for leaks both up the back and legs.

Pampers new baby were much better and so were the tesco new baby ones (yellow pack)
The tesco ones were on 2 for £5 a month back and each nappy worked out at 6.1p each.
I dont think much of their size range estimates though, both pampers newbaby size 1 and tesco
size 1 were only good up to 4kg just. Pampers newbaby size 2 have been good so far up to 5kg
but the tesco size 2 are strangely only slightly bigger than the size one and only good up to 4.5kg

Obviously it depends on the size and shape of your baby but mine is bang on the 50th percentile
all the time.

Has anyone tried the Tesco ultra dry size 3 (greenish pack), superfit (purple) or other tesco ones for size 3? any of them
good enough?


Edited By: Kyouken on Jan 09, 2011 19:13: because
#20
kittykat09
£9.75 now but still a good price :)


If you re-read the top bit you will see that they are £9.75 then minus the 10% for subscribing, makes it £8.78. Hope this helps :)
1 Like #21
Crosbee
They are cheap and nasty and I wouldnt put any child in them - they probably feel as bad as they function. Grim

They do !!! If you feel the inside of the tabs they feel like grit...i certainly wouldnt want them next to my skin, after using one they brought my son out in a horrid rash, complained to pampers and got money back...i should think so too
#22
fossman
I had ordered 3 packs of these as they work out slightly cheaper than the Aldi nappies we are using but after reading your comments about leakages I have cancelled my order.

i found the aldi nappies really good.
#23
Love these nappies great deal, thanks for the tips peeps, much appreciated to save a penny or two!!!

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