Tots Bots reusable nappies Day Pack Size 2 (5 nappies plus a wrap) Nippa fastening £16.99 @ Amazon usually £55 - HotUKDeals
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The original multi award winning Tots Bots nappies
Easy to use Aplix fastenings
Fitted design
Super absorbent and fluffy Egyptian cotton terry
Elasticated legs and waist for a snug fit to prevent leaks
Outer covers (wraps) need to be worn over the top and are included

Seems cheap cheap cheap to me!!!
I use these and they are great - they are usable from around 3 months right through to potty training.

Nectar points also available?

Manufacturer's Description

This is the original cotton nappy designed by Fiona our founder. It has received a multitude of awards for its innovative shaped design, ease of use and excellent performance. Soft, fluffy and comfortable for your baby.

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Each multipack contains 5 nappies + 1 cover


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#1
If you vote cold please say where they are available cheaper..?
#2
Looks like a flux capacitor to me! :D
#3
so if you want to use re-usable nappies, what do you use until 3 months?
#4
You use a smaller size if you're brave enough to go to washables from the start. They also come in size 1 from birth
#5
vickyo
If you vote cold please say where they are available cheaper..?

No.
#6
Fantastic buy, some councils are doing grants, when u spend 50 pound on reusable nappies get 30 pounds cash back.
#7
Great find, i have bum genius but will order a pack of these at that price too.
And please check with local council as they have a voucher schemes with £30 -£50 back on production of receits if you buy reusables.
#8
raukodur
so if you want to use re-usable nappies, what do you use until 3 months?


It depends on how big your baby is, we used some size 1 Bamboo Bambinex as our daughter was only 7 1/2 lb when born and the size 2 nappies were too big really (although looked hilarious!) Although they are birth to potty nappies so you can use them right through.
#9
looks a good deal, but takes 3-6 weeks to be delivered, so by the time they arrive your child could of grow out of that size.
#10
Yes it is now 3 weeks, shame as when I ordered last night it was available immediately, mine is being delivered Tuesday.
#11
minx_lynx
looks a good deal, but takes 3-6 weeks to be delivered, so by the time they arrive your child could of grow out of that size.



The nippa fastenings can be folded down to suit a smaller baby , and then right up to 9 months + it really does depend on the size of baby. Still ordered them they have the aplix ones for £19.95 too though
#12
I like the idea of this but one pack is just not gonna be enough as they don't dry quick enough and then there's always terry's but hey as the price is good heat added
#13
so they poo in the and you wash them, and then they poo in the agen? x
#14
This is a great price. We use Motherease, but these look good.

We used our from birth (our baby was 6lbs). They worked fine but she looked like a weeble!!
#15
Used tots (amonst others :lol: ) for our son. Great nappies. Got on really well with the tots fleece wrap for night too. Great price! Defiatly hot!
#16
Why ANYONE would want to wash and reuse anything covered in baby pooh beats me.
http://content.pyzam.com/graphics/f/baby.gif
Not a chance! Absolutely revolting and not something I'd want in my nice Bosch wash'mach'.
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I try and be ecologically friendly but there are limits. Introduce properly biodegradable disposables I say
#17
You won't find a cheaper deal than this for cotton nappies and wrap.
Some local Toys R Us are selling off the bamboo Day packs 5 nappies and 1 wrap for 19.99, both sizes, but you can't tumble bamboo.
Size one will see you from newborn to approx 18lb. Size two packs will see you from 18lb to potty training.


I'd flush the liner rather than put it through my washing machine, (thats why you get liners) and use cloth nappies instead of throwing my money straight in the bin...:whistling: bish bash bosh
#18
Great price, i used these with my daughter and I can tell you they were no where near this cheap, and you can also sell them on an auction site after and get your money back:thumbsup:
banned#19
You should be careful when buying these, we got caught out buying these from amazon before. Note they say "Each multipack contains 5 nappies + 1 cover ".

They don't mention the nippa clip. You have to buy these separately.
banned#20
NobbyB;5677939
You should be careful when buying these, we got caught out buying these from amazon before. Note they say "Each multipack contains 5 nappies + 1 cover ".

They don't mention the nippa clip. You have to buy these separately.


"Easy to use Aplix fastenings"
#21
Aplix is Velcro - incase anyone is wondering :-D
#22
Babbler
Looks like a flux capacitor to me! :D


+1

thought exactly the same!! lol
#23
fantastic price,we used these for our little boy and they were brilliant.
#24
A superb buy, have used tots bots with both my kids. Youngest is now 17 months and still in size 2 tots bots. You need about 20 to have time to wash every few days.

For first 6 weeks or so I used pampers (because I found all real nappies too bulky), then mixed in size 1 tots bots for a few weeks. Then at around 4 months they can go into size 2 and stay in them for ages!

The key is to use a fleece nappy liner on the inside which keeps them dry. You probably have to change them more regularly than disposables but they are soooooooo much cheaper (and better for the environment) especially at this price.
#25
kerri_<3_bargain
so they poo in the and you wash them, and then they poo in the agen? x


You can get a roll of flushable liners in Waitrose. Place one in the nappy and then lift it out and flush it away. Easier than disposable nappies when it comes to poo.
#26
Back up to £39.14 now:x
#27
We used paper liners for a while but I now use fleece washable ones - I find them much better.

Also the whole 'I'm not washing poo in my nice washing machine' thing - you drop the poo down the loo, rinse the liner and no poo goes in your washer. It's as easy as that.
#28
Aplix (velcro) day pack still available for £19.95
1 Like #29
Fab price!

I *think* it was JennyBubbles who sent me my first lot of cloth nappies a coouple of years back? Am I right?

She got me well & truely hooked! I went through a phase of trying each cloth nappy out there! Found pocket nappies my favourite & am now using blueberry deluxe's on DS2!

Thanks!

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