Angelcare Nappy Disposal System Pink, Blue or White Now £7.50 C&C @ Mothercare
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Angelcare Nappy Disposal System Pink, Blue or White Now £7.50 C&C @ Mothercare

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Found 15th Jan
Nice little bargain over at Mothercare - the Angelcare Nappy Disposal System has been reduced down to jus £7.50.

Link to the White Angelcare Nappy Disposal System


The Angelcare Nappy Disposal System is a convenient and hygienic way to dispose of dirty nappies. Its simple-to-use system with OdourSeal™ technology locks in bad smells for a happier, more fragrant home


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  • Hygienic Push and Lock - With the Push and Lock system it's very easy to dispose of a nappy. Just push it through the clamp system and it'll disappear automatically into the multi-layer bag
  • Odour seal - The multi-layer film in the cassette provides effective odour-barrier technology, for a more fragrant home
  • Easy-to-use Refill – All nappies in the nappy bin are safely contained and you'll not have to touch or smell them ever again
  • Environmentally Friendlier – As not all nappies are wrapped individually, the Angelcare Nappy Disposal System Deluxe uses up to 4 times less plastic than other systems
  • Easy to Empty – Remove it just like a normal bin liner (approximately once a week)
  • Only compatible with the Angelcare Refill Cassettes purchased in the UK or Ireland
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Good deal, but utterly pointless product. Nappy sacks are dirt cheap and you'll be buying them anyway when you take the kid out of the house.
Edited by: "crabby09" 16th Jan
I have one and have found it really handy in the nursery and keeps the used nappies more compact so taking up less room in the wheely bin.
When ours were little they used to give these away, can’t believe they are still out there.
crabby0934 m ago

Good deal, but utterly pointless product. Nappy sacks are dirt cheap and …Good deal, but utterly pointless product. Nappy sacks are dirt cheap and you'll be buying them anyway when you take the kid out of hte house.

Good price but I have to confirm it doesn't solve any problems and creates a few. Unless you use a bag you risk soiling the plastic opening and end up with a dirty unit.
Used it for about a week. Nappy sacks the answer and regular emptying of bins.
Had 3 kids so this is my experienced opinion.
Yeah, we used one for a few days at the start, bagging the nappies first, then putting them in one of these. You essentially end up with a 3 foot long "poo sausage", which is all well and good, but ultimately pointless.

Dirty cheap though...
Edited by: "Brownstone" 15th Jan
Good deal but refill plastic bag is still expensive
Good deal but the bags are expensive. I did find it really handy to have when my little one was a newborn, but haven't used
It since. Great price and it comes with a roll of bags too
crabby0915 h, 49 m ago

Good deal, but utterly pointless product. Nappy sacks are dirt cheap and …Good deal, but utterly pointless product. Nappy sacks are dirt cheap and you'll be buying them anyway when you take the kid out of hte house.


This^ bought a nappy bin but never used it. I guess it maybe useful for people in flats that otherwise would have to keep going up and down the stairs.
I fond these very good. They far exceed the tommee tip version which smells bad and also uses way to much plastic. if you are looking to get a nappy bin this these are the better one to go for
We had this and found it very handy. Yes you really need to use nappy bags too, but they're about 20p for 100. Saves you having to go outside to the wheelie bin every time you need to dump a nappy. If you empty it about once a week then it doesn't smell, and just give it a wipe with dettol like you would with a kitchen bin.
We used one of these. Found we were just adding a middle man and made the house stink, even with regular cleans.
I thought they were speakers and Alexa
I used one of these with my first and will with my 2nd on the way. After reading a horror story or 2 about loose nappy sacks and open windows blowing them onto babies face this gave a paranoid first time mum more peace of mind! They contain the smell excellently and are far less unsightly than a bin of filled nappy sacks. They also compress the nappies pretty well so you can get more in the wheelie bin.
Brownstone14 h, 48 m ago

Yeah, we used one for a few days at the start, bagging the nappies first, …Yeah, we used one for a few days at the start, bagging the nappies first, then putting them in one of these. You essentially end up with a 3 foot long "poo sausage", which is all well and good, but ultimately pointless.Dirty cheap though...


Couldn't agree more!
We use bio degradable dog pooh bags
An unnecessary middle man. And they stink, even with regular cleans.
Pointless. You need to double bag so you don’t soil the machine, so even more waste. But, you know, it’s £7.50, so may as well get five.
Thought this was a Google home and Echo Dot
We have used a similar product for both of our children and they are great. No need to double bag, just use the nappy tabs to wrap itself into a ball. Saves on space and keeps things clean. You only go out to the bin every few days at most.

No more nappies in bags laying around from the 4am change. Everything in one place and it really reduces the smell.
fazered3 h, 2 m ago

We have used a similar product for both of our children and they are …We have used a similar product for both of our children and they are great. No need to double bag, just use the nappy tabs to wrap itself into a ball. Saves on space and keeps things clean. You only go out to the bin every few days at most. No more nappies in bags laying around from the 4am change. Everything in one place and it really reduces the smell.


Have to agree. No double bagging needed and no smells. I have a three story house and this product helps us and means the nappies take up even less space in the bin. Each to their own I guess but I’m glad we have one of these.
I’ve got a very similar one, useful for cleaning the cat litter tray
Waste of time, takes up space and will never be used.
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