Angelcare Nappy Disposal System £7.49 Delivered at Amazon
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Angelcare Nappy Disposal System £7.49 Delivered at Amazon

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Nappy Disposal System == Bin with a wee bag.

[Voted hot btw, since good price, but really...system...w4nky language]

We use a Tommee Tippee disposal system & its great. Although the smell does make me boak when I have to empty it! Good price (although I think new mums can get it for a fiver from Argos with a voucher in their Bounty packs when they give birth) Hot.

Had one with my daughter about 10 years ago now, I got fed up with the stink and just said to the wife can't you just put them in some bags and stick them in the bin so in the the end we did lol .
Edited by: "philmitchell" 22nd Sep 2010

You can get these for free with a voucher in the bounty packs and pick it up from Argos!

I had one and it was mroe hassle than what it was worth! Filled up far too quickly (you go through a lot of nappies with a newborn!) and then you only had to empty the thing and take it downstairs to the bin anyway. The cartidges are expensive to replace for what they are so in my opinion, you're better off getting a pack of 100 scented nappy bags from Poundland or somewhere and using them! At least you can take them round in your change bag for when you need one on the go too!

Yes we got one for free with the bounty pack with our first daughter. Didn't bother with the next two which says a lot about the product.

The refills are expensive. We used the supplied refills up, then it went back in its box and it's in the loft. If anyone wants it, they can have it.

Who wants to keep dirty nappies hanging around? Tie them up in a cheapo nappy bag, straight outside in the dustbin.

I suspect the only people who buy these are first time parents.
Edited by: "JayDubya" 22nd Sep 2010

We use ours because with the bin men only coming once every 2 weeks the wheelie bin was stinking. With this, we wait til its full & take the contents to the tip. Works a treat for us, but each to their own I suppose.

alisonhockey34

We use ours because with the bin men only coming once every 2 weeks the … We use ours because with the bin men only coming once every 2 weeks the wheelie bin was stinking. With this, we wait til its full & take the contents to the tip. Works a treat for us, but each to their own I suppose.



But these are tiny in comparison to a wheelie bin! the average nappied child would fill this in little more than a day! Do you live next door to the tip?

These REEK when you have to open them up to dispose of the pooey nappies.

Absolute waste of time these things! Just buy a pack of cheap nappy sacks - do the same job! Don't waste your money on one of these things

JayDubya

But these are tiny in comparison to a wheelie bin! the average nappied … But these are tiny in comparison to a wheelie bin! the average nappied child would fill this in little more than a day! Do you live next door to the tip?



I dont have this particular one, we have a Tommee Tippee one. My son is 20 months, & it takes just under a week to fill it. Lol, not quite, its 5 mins away. We take them en-route to Tesco for our weekly shop!
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