Calpol Vapour Plug & Night Light ( for coughs and colds ) £5 with code / voucher @ Tesco
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Calpol Vapour Plug & Night Light ( for coughs and colds ) £5 with code / voucher @ Tesco

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Found 20th Nov 2015
These are new and I have not seen them before but am impressed to find a vapour plug in for little ones coughs and colds to help them breathe and sleep at night!

Comes with 5 refills

Usually around £7 elsewhere

The Calpol Vapour Plug and Nightlight contains a blend of aromatic oils including lavender, chamomile, menthol, camphor and eucalyptus. Soothing night time comfort for your child.

Its soft, blue nightlight provides a gently reassuring glow, as well as guiding you in the room so you can avoid disturbing your child while they rest.

How to Use:

Plug in the CALPOL Soothe Care Vapour Plug Nightlight to release soothing lavender and camomile vapours that comfort your child through the night and help with clear easy breathing.

Use code online @ Tesco Groceries ; GRM4MY or print out here to use instore ; tesco.com/clu…pdf

My Grandson has a rotten cold at the moment so am hoping this will soothe his cold , help him breathe and help him to sleep nicely at night , have ordered one with my Tesco online shop with the code :-)

Good reviews on Amazon!!

19 Comments

These are fab...even went baby has no cold as a night light.

I've found the refills to be quite expensive to the point that it's usually cheaper to buy another plug with refills included rather than buy the refills on there own. Saying that I've not been able to find anyone selling the refills for about 2 years.

The plug is also useful as it can be used as a normal night light if you take the refill tablet out.

Is this just a online offer as my son suffers with chesty coughs on the winter?

Original Poster

sexyshelk135

Is this just a online offer as my son suffers with chesty coughs on the … Is this just a online offer as my son suffers with chesty coughs on the winter?



You can buy it @ Tesco instore and print off the coupon to use to get it for £5

Original Poster

fossman

I've found the refills to be quite expensive to the point that it's … I've found the refills to be quite expensive to the point that it's usually cheaper to buy another plug with refills included rather than buy the refills on there own. Saying that I've not been able to find anyone selling the refills for about 2 years.The plug is also useful as it can be used as a normal night light if you take the refill tablet out.



Yup , the refils cost more than the plug in and refills together! ; amazon.co.uk/Cal…7RU

fossman

I've found the refills to be quite expensive to the point that it's … I've found the refills to be quite expensive to the point that it's usually cheaper to buy another plug with refills included rather than buy the refills on there own. Saying that I've not been able to find anyone selling the refills for about 2 years.The plug is also useful as it can be used as a normal night light if you take the refill tablet out.



You can get the refills at boots but I agree they cost a fortune x

Definitely stock up on refills if you ever come across them... they're often like gold dust and cost a bomb!

We've had ours a few years now and find it useful for colds and congestion, but where coughs are concerned find our warm steam vaporiser much more effective.

Original Poster

I only just found these , thought they were new but obviously they have been around for a while lol

If you can stock up at a good price for winter it is worth doing I reckon , hate seeing little man all stuffed up with a cold but we have to be prepared for the winter sniffles I suppose and if this helps soothe them it is worth a try

These are great but agree on the refills, cost a fortune! We went through 10 in one particularly nasty cold

Our son is plagued with coughs and we were recommended a humidifier got one of these it's been used for about 8 years and even now it still does the job where we found these sort of things didn't help. Takes water so no refill, can put some olbas oil in when he is really bad. Definitely worth the money, you will both get sleep

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good find op, heat

I will definitely be printing the voucher for tomorrow thanks OP. Two nights with this plug in 2 months ago and my little ones cough was better. The night light is blue and gives out enough light to find a dummy in the cot during the night. Her original night light is quite bright and we have moved that into the landing instead. The inserts last 8 hours so remember to switch off when not in use.

Original Poster

Anything which helps lo's with their cough and cold symptoms is great , it's the main thing I hate about winter apart from the cold and rain etc but I do use Sambucol which usually helps ward off colds but not this time

So it's staying in the warm with chicken soup for lunch tomorrow and lots of fluids , the humidifyers look good as they don't get hot as I can't use anything which uses hot water even up on a shelf he can get to it and I can't take that risk with him as he has special needs and doesn't understand danger , so simple gadgets like this may help , plus I wonder if those porcelein ones you hook onto the radiators would help at all with a bit of menthol or ucalyptus or the olbas oil in them with the water , you can get 'fake' olbas in the pound shops and it's not too bad , just a different brand

Just a tip. For around the same or less than the price of this you can buy beeswax and oils to make your own vapo rub. There's recipes all over the net. I have never looked back. There's no night light of course but a nice wee back and foot massage with it has worked miracles on my 2 when poorly

You know exactly what's in it, takes 5 minutes to make and you avoid petroleum!
Also honey really is nature's little miracle when it comes to taming a cough. I use raw organic tropical honey but squeezy supermarket stuff will work too!
Note that bubbies aren't allowed honey til they're how ever many months old though
Edited by: "VinegarTits" 21st Nov 2015

thanks marty and vinegar like natural remedies

hot i love my sleep and a simple cold with baby mean no sleep for anyone

These were £4.80 last week in tesco.

Original Poster

karl.pestell

These were £4.80 last week in tesco.



If they go down to less than a fiver please someone post it , even better if you can find the refills going cheap!
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