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Tommee Tippee Nappy Wrap Casettes. 4 refills for £10.00. Instore only.

£10.00 @ George (Asda George)
I went instore today to buy the 0-6 months nappy wrap casettes as I saw online that they had 3 for £11.73 but when I went instore they had boxes of these for £10 and you get four in them. For those th… Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
I went instore today to buy the 0-6 months nappy wrap casettes as I saw online that they had 3 for £11.73 but when I went instore they had boxes of these for £10 and you get four in them. For those that use these then its an excellent deal as these are normally about £3.75 upwards each.

The 0-6 months cassette has a multi-layered film which is designed to give you maximum protection against unpleasant nappy germs and smells. Lasts approximately 1 month.

I think it is instore only.
First post so constructive feedback welcome.
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#1
:thumbsup: loving the cold votes, any one got the guts to say why this is not a good deal? Thought not :p
#2
Why cold? Sounds like a great deal?!!
Voted hot!!
#3
Sorry Capelli, looks like I commented at the same time you did there!!
#4
capelli
:thumbsup: loving the cold votes, any one got the guts to say why this is not a good deal? Thought not :p


Or, I will translate.........

Please, now everyone jump in and vote cold!
#5
Thats ok.Thanks for the comments and vote.
#6
deek72
Or, I will translate.........

Please, now everyone jump in and vote cold!


Happy to oblige...lol
#7
:thumbsup: HOT the cheapest you normaly get these is about £3.50 each in Asda, they are more than a fiver each in Boots, so why on earth cold? I dont understand:thinking:
#8
i would say people are voting cold becuse the bin things are **** (i know i found them horribe) and a cheap bag of nappy sacks are less than a pound!
#9
Erm, whats going on here? OP finds deal, posts deal and gets slated? Do you guys come on here for the atmosphere (cold) or to get deals which MIGHT be worth having? Leave the poor OP alone and vote on whether its actually a good deal or not
#10
Seems a good price to me
HOT
#11
capelli
Thats ok.Thanks for the comments and vote.


I wasn't trying to encourage cold votes, I was just saying that I have noticed that it often happens when someone asks about why people are voting cold. I think it's the rebel in people!
#12
I Dont use these, but know they are expensive so it is a good deal regardless of what u think of the product.
#13
Well i really do not mind the cold votes, I have seen people post great deals before but people vote them cold just for the sake of it.
Anyone that knows the price of the product will know that 4 of these for £10 is a great price :thumbsup:
#14
I agree a good price but I also agree with this

i would say people are voting cold becuse the bin things are **** (i know i found them horribe) and a cheap bag of nappy sacks are less than a pound!


I've not voted either way but people are probably voting cold because there are better alternatives. It was one of the most useless things we brought when we had the little un.

edit - oh & fair play for posting anyway - good on ya - if it's useful for someone then it's worth it.
#15
I think that is down to personal preference and opinion as I have found this fantastic, keeps everything locked in tight and does a far better job than nappy sacks, but thats reviewing the product where as this deal is for the refills.
If one person see's this deal and benefits then thats good enough for me regardless of hot or cold votes.
#16
Voted hot as it's a good deal for the product but don't use them! Nappy Bags are very cheap these days!!!
#17
voted hot, thanx
#18
Voted hot.
#19
hot..
#20
COLD...bought one of these nappy wrappers a few years ago sounded a great idea at the time however they soon stunk the house out. Started using nappy sacks and double bagged the doozers...cost about £1 for 300 sacks that last about 2 months.

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