Nappy Wrapper?Starter Kit  £32.90 delivered
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Nappy Wrapper?Starter Kit £32.90 delivered

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Found 29th Mar 2008
Babies need nappies, and nappies need The Nappy Wrapper.

Tommee Tippee's NEW Nappy Wrapper?Starter Kit, contains our award winning Nappy Wrapper plus 5 x newborn refill cassettes and 1 weaning cassette for when nappy smells start to get much stronger.

Twists and seals away smells, germs and mess.

The Nappy Wrapper?is a simple way of dealing with nappy disposal, getting rid of smells and germs with a twist. And, it means a lot fewer trips to the outside bin.

The clever little tub conceals a cassette of fragranced, anti-bacterial film. Each nappy is wrapped individually in the film, sealing in smells, germs and mess. As the tub holds up to 28 nappies, you can forget about it for days.

All new tubs include a cassette of 0-6 months film.
Refill cassettes are also widely available. There are two versions : 0-6 months (newborn) and 6 months (weaning).

Comes with 5 refils 0-6 months and 1 refill 6 months

9 Comments

Voted cold, purely because babycity.co.uk have it for £31.95.

Waste of money as well, you can get 100 nappy bags for 49p in Tesco

Cold, you get a voucher for a free one at birth via Bounty

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johnj60;1797889

Cold, you get a voucher for a free one at birth via Bounty



oh interested... pls tell me more
i just ordered one as i thought its the best deal

johnj60;1797889

Cold, you get a voucher for a free one at birth via Bounty


hashman;1797892

oh interested... pls tell me more :)i just ordered one as i thought its … oh interested... pls tell me more :)i just ordered one as i thought its the best deal



The voucher in the Bounty packs (given to new mums) is for a FREE Angelcare nappy wrapper (item no 376/1913) worth £24.99 @ Argos & also gives you £1 off your first pack of 3 refill 'cassettes' which they sell @ £10.99 normally (item no 376/1920) so in effect you pay a tenner for the wrapper & 3 cassettes.

tesco/asda bags are free

deanos;1797886

Waste of money as well, you can get 100 nappy bags for 49p in Tesco



true. whats wrong with just putting it in a nappy bag and putting it in the bin? It takes 10 seconds,plus i wouldnt want dirty nappys hanging round the house anyway. waste of money in my opinion. sorry

I should point out that standard nappy bags aren't intended to be used with this. The bin actually wraps and seals the fefill bags (keeping odours contained) and the bin is emptied once full.

The refills are actualy quite expensive, so normally the bins are given away cheeply with costs being recouperated on refill purchases.
We just use a plastig bag in the bin ourselves though, we cant afford the refills.

I had one of these when my daughter was born because the smell of standard nappy bags used to make me ill and they were great then because they had no odour and the nappies were sealed. Having had stitches and being rather uncomfortable it made life much easier because my other half had to go back to work after about 3 days and it saved traipsing outside with a new baby and a smelly nappy umpteen times a day! However by the time my son was born they had made the refills scented (the same horrible smell as nappy bags) so it kind of took away the whole point of me having it. It was at this point I sold it and started using carrier bags - and had lots of trips to the bin!!!
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