Tots Bots Organic Cotton Nappies from £3.31 ~ Amazon UK - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
Amazon have Tots Bots on special offer at the moment...

Theyre selling Tots Bots organic cotton nappies - in size 1 & 2, nippa or applix versions, various colours with over 60% off on some.

Example ~ Size 2, Orange, Nippa, Was £8.75 special offer £3.31 Saving £5.44 (62%)

Bargain. I've bought 6 and they were delivered using their free super saver delivery (free delivery when you spend more than £5) in under a week :o)

Hope that helps someone.
More From Amazon:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
Kkirgirl Avatar
8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Options

All Comments

(26) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
i used terry nappies on my daughter, but i got mine of ebay for far cheaper, this "organic cotton" is no differen't to the ones i used. good find if your wanting organic cotton nappies i suppose, voted hot
#2
I also used terry nappies on all of my sons-except when travelling,too stressful then!!.
And being organic there are no nasty chemicals around babies bum-(except for the one's they produce themselves of course:)
Voted hot.
#3
If im not mistaken the the Organic Tots Bots nappies are just the new versions of their original shaped nappies.

I use real nappies on my 6month old daughter and used Size 1 from birth, i just sold those and this came along at a great time to get the next size up.

I think theyre fab and hopefully at that price will help someone save some cash if they want a shaped cotton nappy :)

Right, off to get the nappies out of the washer lol
#4
charlie2
this "organic cotton" is no differen't to the ones i used.

No difference except for the fact that the use of chemicals were limited in it's production, so less harm to the earth/the people who live near the cotton fields.

So a big difference then...


We used proper nappies too - I prefer flat nappies over the shaped - especially when travelling, but these are a good price, I might buy a few in case I ever have any more... ;>

Flat nappies dry so much easier too, which is usefull when you are spending a few weeks at festivals and have to wash nappies under taps/dry them on your guy ropes. =] The big green gathering used to have a nappy wash scheme though, which was useful.
#5
Think I need to go out and hug a tree or something ?????
#6
YNA
Think I need to go out and hug a tree or something ?????

If it makes you feel better about yourself, go ahead.
#7
These nappies are a horrible colour, are they organic or used? :-)
#8
YNA
Think I need to go out and hug a tree or something ?????


I didn't know anyone still used cotton nappies - being born in the '70s (17 days earIier it would have been the '60s) I guess my owners didn't have a choice!

Nice to see that there are so many socially aware people around on the boards.

Voted hot - well warm and damp ;-)

Paul.
#9
voted hot. personally prefer standard terry squares as dry fast but this is still a good price.
#10
davohotuk
These nappies are a horrible colour, are they organic or used? :-)


LMAO, there are other colours, just the orange one is the cheapest so i thought i would use that image :p
banned#11
These are just the inners aren't they? Does anyone know of a good deals for the waterproof covers?
#12
Yeah the colour is a bit off putting...!
#13
In all fairness, i think anyone who these nappies would be useful for would know there are different colours. Orange isnt my fave, but its the cheapest one Amazon are offering atm so i thought it best to go with that.

I have had all 5 colours in the past, but from that deal i bought yellow, aqua and lilac - the colours dont do them many favours, theyre nicer IRL.

:)
#14
I use non enviromentally friendly pampers, was thinking of getting terry nappies, can i ask how easy is it to use these, how long do the take to dry, do you use nappy liners, do you save much money.

sorry about all the questions but if you don't ask you don't know
#15
Anyone any ideas on what this actually is? The boosters are usually £2 each - here they are listed as rrp £49 now £3.90, weighing 89kg! Just the wrong spec or what?

Tots Bots : Booster Bamboo
#16
mabccc
These are just the inners aren't they? Does anyone know of a good deals for the waterproof covers?


our nappy days are over, but I found fuzzi bunz to be a great design,
padded out with cheap microfibre facecloths from Dunelm :) I imagined
that the fleece inner would make the baby sweat but it actually keeps them
really dry so they don't get sore.

I think it was discovering that those gel crystals that leak out of disposables
have been banned from sanitary towels for being toxic that led me to cloth!

I'm afraid that I don't know the cheapest place to buy wraps these days,
but great to see a huge site like Amazon selling cloth - for anyone interested
you could maybe start with http://www.plushpants.co.uk for advice
#17
GREAT...hopefully make people think about the 8 MILLION disposable nappies dumped in landfill......................PER DAY !!!!! :thinking:

Voted hot :thumbsup: (off to hug a tree too ;-) )
#18
mabccc
These are just the inners aren't they? Does anyone know of a good deals for the waterproof covers?



You should try the states t at the moment with the exchange rate and they have a much larger selection than what is on offer here!

elaine32
I use non enviromentally friendly pampers, was thinking of getting terry nappies, can i ask how easy is it to use these, how long do the take to dry, do you use nappy liners, do you save much money.

sorry about all the questions but if you don't ask you don't know


They are very very easy to use. the shapped ones go on like a disposable. Some have velcoro (aplix) and some fasten with a niffty invention called a nippa (its basically a T shapped bit of plastic with teeth at the ends to grab the fiber to hold together) I found I could get a better fit with the nippa. You will need a water proof cover over these particular nappies (a wrap in nappyspeak) . You also get all in one nappies which have the wrap incorporated but take for ever to dry or stuffable nappies where they have a slit in them and you stuff them with some boosters (google nappies by minki. she makes the most georguse ones I was truly addicted!! or fuzzi bunz are cute too)I found the tots dried fairly quickly over the radiator (overnight) or on the line (few hours if there was a good breeze). If they get 'crunchy' either give 'em a good rub or chuck 'em in the dryer for 10 minutes. Bamboo nappies take FOREVER to dry (but they are sooooooosoft hehe) You can use liners either paper flushable ones or we used fleece liners cos the poo rolled right off 'em :lol: and then you just wash the liners with the nappies.
We probably saved a fair bit of money mainly cos we bought the nappies 2nd hand but it is fairly addictive cos there are so many cute nappies out there ya just want to buy hehe. if you want to know anymore feel fee to PM anytime :)
also check with your local council as they may have a grant to encourage you to use cloth. Also the real nappy network will have more info
elsie
I think it was discovering that those gel crystals that leak out of disposables have been banned from sanitary towels for being toxic that led me to cloth!

Scarey isn't it!!!!!!
#19
elaine32
I use non enviromentally friendly pampers, was thinking of getting terry nappies, can i ask how easy is it to use these, how long do the take to dry, do you use nappy liners, do you save much money.

sorry about all the questions but if you don't ask you don't know


I personally think theyre very easy, if youre used to disposables you will find a shaped nappy like this easier than a flat terry as you simply put onto baby, pull in the tabs and secure, much like a disposable, no folding etc. As someone else has said, these also need a wrap which you can easily find online and theyre about £6-8 each though you only need a couple of wraps per nappy system, not per nappy as you dont change the wrap at every change unless its soiled.

There are many different types of nappies though, some which dont require a wrap and are ready to use - theyre called 'pocket' nappies, google something like fuzzi bunz or blueberry nappies to get an idea of what theyre like. Pocket nappies are more expensive though and not as reliable on a newborn.

For drying, In my experience tots bots take around a day to wash & dry i.e i do my nappy wash in a morning, then put them on the airer and theyre ready to use the next day. If i dry on the line they only take a few hours but as we are heading out of nicer weather i'll be mostly drying indoors. You can use a tumble dryer if you like to dry them quickly, it depends on why you want to use cotton nappies i guess as a tumble dryer isnt too energy friendly lol.

You can use a nappy liner if you want, its not essential but it can make cleaning up a mess easier and if you use a liner such as fleece (which is washable with your nappies) it acts like a stay dry barrier against baby's bottom.

I believe the savings are HUGE if youre sensible with your purchases. If you use cheaper nappies like Terries or are sensible with nappies like Tots Bots etc (tho this deal makes the savings even bigger) you can cloth your babe on a few hundred pounds compared to something like the 1.5+k they estimate will be spent on disposables - however, if you really get addicted and into cloth it can be quite expensive as you discover the world of custom made/designer nappies - however, saying that, they can all be sold (or used on another baby) when you've finished with them so you get some money back there.

I love cloth and think its very easy, its just a washing load every few days and thats not really work is it, plus im happy knowing im doing my bit for the environment and i love how cloth looks/feels on my baby. There are tons of cloth nappy boards/info places around - babycentre uk has a great cloth board if you really want to get some advice & info on using it.

HTH a little x
#20
vickyo
Anyone any ideas on what this actually is? The boosters are usually £2 each - here they are listed as rrp £49 now £3.90, weighing 89kg! Just the wrong spec or what?

Tots Bots : Booster Bamboo


I have no idea whats going on there, there seem to be a couple that have huuuge savings but are not clear on exactly what they are.
#21
For those wanting to save that little bit more you could (as I and one of the other posters did) buy second hand. Not as mad as it sounds, as like towels, the nappies get more absorbant / better once they've been broken in.
Used cloth nappies are a banned item on ebay, but there is a dedicated site for them, so try:-

www.usednappies.co.uk/

If your squeamish about those, these are a great deal, although be aware, if you buy the cheapest, they're a 'nipper' nappy and so you may need either a nipper (it's like an elastic band with claws which holds the nappy together) or a nappy pin.

One other thing, check with your local council, many offer £££ for people wanting to try it out as the landfill for nappys costs them a whole heap of cash...
#22
these are great, I buy them for my eldest daughter.

(she thinks 17 is too old to be wearing nappies, but my house: my rules).

come to think about it.. I should get some for granny's christmas present whilst they're so cheap
#23
vickyo
Anyone any ideas on what this actually is? The boosters are usually £2 each - here they are listed as rrp £49 now £3.90, weighing 89kg! Just the wrong spec or what?

Tots Bots : Booster Bamboo



I bought these - it's a rip off and definitely not worth £49. £3.90 should be its orignal price anyway - it's a piece of cloth/pad made of bamboo material. Absorbs more water than cotton, but also means longer to dry. You get four pads for this. The picture was wrong at amazon not sure if they've changed it - the last picture here is more like it: http://www.babeco.co.uk/NappyAccessories.html

I got better booster and wrap (waterproof cover) fromhttp://babyoka.co.uk/nappies-accessories/c-81
not sure when delivery cost is added though as I bought them when I bought an Amby hammock. Babyoka seems to offer the most competitive price apart from ebay (based on amby hammock purchase)...
#24
thanks everyone ofr the advise, I think i'll give them a go better late than never :-( shame
#25
Evilmonkey
Used cloth nappies are a banned item on ebay


I'm not sure but I *think* that they may have revised the policy recently and now they are allowed - worth investigating anyway...
#26
elaine32
thanks everyone ofr the advise, I think i'll give them a go better late than never :-( shame


I didn't start with cloth until my daughter was 20months old, so don't let that
put you off :)

and her excema cleared up very soon after I stopped using Pampers....

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!