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Tommee Tippee nappy wrapper was £29.99 now £9.99 + £4.95 delivery @ Mothercare

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product information Scented nappy sacks for your baby Developed in association with Sangenic Easy and hygienic way to seal disposable nappies Complete with replaceable film cassette Each c… Read More
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
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Scented nappy sacks for your baby

Developed in association with Sangenic
Easy and hygienic way to seal disposable nappies
Complete with replaceable film cassette
Each cassette seals up to 180 nappies
Film wrappers are lemon-scented for freshness
Refill cassettes available (sold separately, see X1503, D2378 and G1993). Please note, this product is NOT compatible with Tommee Tippee Hygiene Plus refill cassettes
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We Diddn't Bother As The Price Of The Wraps Was Expensive
#2
Vegas tipped for 'Strictly' 2009
Monday, December 29 2008, 10:10 GMT

By Alex Fletcher, Entertainment Reporter


Rex Features
Comedian Johnny Vegas has been tipped to be among the celebrities on next year's Strictly Come Dancing.

According to The Sun, Vegas loves the dance contest and has told friends that he wants to take part.

"He'd be an audience favourite," said a source.

In "It would be nice to be asked [to appear]," he said . Perhaps he will be bringing his own fitness dvd out how cool would that be
#3
and then let them stay stinking in landfill for hundreds of years.
I hate disposable nappies and associated nonsense...cold from me
#4
These things are a huge waste of money. Brought one when I had my my eldest 6 years ago for about £10 and used it once. Recently after having our third child they are now giving them away with the bounty pack at birth.
Honestly they can't give them away now! Cold sorry.
Oh the refills are really expensive too..........
#5
tinkerbell28
These things are a huge waste of money. Brought one when I had my my eldest 6 years ago for about £10 and used it once. Recently after having our third child they are now giving them away with the bounty pack at birth.
Honestly they can't give them away now! Cold sorry.
Oh the refills are really expensive too..........


I got one as well and it was a bit of a waste of time, it is sooo much easier to use nappy sacks!!
#6
StudentJo
I got one as well and it was a bit of a waste of time, it is sooo much easier to use nappy sacks!!


It is, not to mention cheaper, and no storage space, throw them in the bag with the rest of your stuff.
Honestly some people may like these but in my antenatal club most first time mums, wish they had never bothered, it was the biggest waste of money and space.

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