NUK Thermo Express Bottle Warmer + FREE Tommee Tippee Sangenic Tec NappyBin £14.54 delivered for prime members @ Amazon
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NUK Thermo Express Bottle Warmer + FREE Tommee Tippee Sangenic Tec NappyBin £14.54 delivered for prime members @ Amazon

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Found 8th Jan
It gets great customer reviews and at just £14.54 it's worth having one next to the bed for night time feeds

£14.54 for PRIME MEMBERS, PLUS you can get a FREE Tommee Tippee Sangenic Tec Nappy Disposal Tub, White

Just add both to your basket (prime only)

  • Warms baby food quickly and gently with steam
  • Easy to check with a light to indicate the warming phase
  • Switches off automatically at the end of the warming
  • Extra safe thanks to overheat protection
  • Comes with a practical basket for removing glass jars and bottles easily




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Tommee Tippee Sangenic Tec Nappy Disposal Tub, White Bin Only

More info on how to claim your Nappy Bin for FREE


  • Twists and wraps each nappy to lock in odour
  • Antibacterial film kills 99 per cent of germs on contact and offers unbeatable odour protection
  • Bin holds up to 28 nappies at one time*
  • 101 times more effective at odour protection than nappy sacks plus
  • Note: The bags from the photo are not included


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GrumpyOldGamer4 m ago

What happened to using a pan of hot water


Never seen people put used nappies into a pan of hot water...
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Great deal, but doesn't seem to be working for me. I'm a prime member as well.
Worked for me! Thanks.
What happened to using a pan of hot water
GrumpyOldGamer4 m ago

What happened to using a pan of hot water


Never seen people put used nappies into a pan of hot water...
gary_rip34 m ago

Never seen people put used nappies into a pan of hot water...


Deal is for a bottle warmer though isn't it, also we used to use scented poo bags for babies nappies, no need for the bin either.
you posted the same deal twice but in different ways

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Edited by: "bojangles" 8th Jan
Doesn't look like it's working for me either and I've got Prime. Do you have to add it to your baby wish list? I tried that and I didn't get the promotional offer come up but perhaps I did something wrong.
SaverMcSaveface35 m ago

Doesn't look like it's working for me either and I've got Prime. Do you …Doesn't look like it's working for me either and I've got Prime. Do you have to add it to your baby wish list? I tried that and I didn't get the promotional offer come up but perhaps I did something wrong.



I have the same issues with this. Tried when the baby box promo was running that never worked. Tried again and still didn't work. Although I bought a nappy bin the other day and £14.34 for this bottle warmer is still fair based on reviews.
Update tried again and it worked second time around!
Added to baby wish list & worked fine for me
The bottle warmer would look great next to my microwave
For new/expecting parents, be careful what you buy unless you live in the sticks and orders take forever getting to you.

For our first we ended up with a whole load of crap that we never used. And still needed to buy other things, that after a few weeks first hand experience of being parents we realised would actually be useful.
Edited by: "Mentos" 8th Jan
Mentos1 h, 31 m ago

For new/expecting parents, be careful what you buy unless you live in the …For new/expecting parents, be careful what you buy unless you live in the sticks and orders take forever getting to you.For our first we ended up with a whole load of crap that we never used. And still needed to buy other things, that after a few weeks first hand experience of being parents we realised would actually be useful.


All extra things you don't need yep. The nappy bin I had always smelled. I threw it out and used nappy bags and bin. Bottle warmer can be useful but the night and day feeder was better for me as I did a lot of night feeds...
plumberman0158 m ago

All extra things you don't need yep. The nappy bin I had always smelled. I …All extra things you don't need yep. The nappy bin I had always smelled. I threw it out and used nappy bags and bin. Bottle warmer can be useful but the night and day feeder was better for me as I did a lot of night feeds...


Mrs got one of those bottle prep kits as it was on sale, then she ended up breast feeding (bottle prep kit is still in the box ). These days they give you the hard sell on beast feeding. Although the Mrs found breastfeeding hard to start with, she eventually felt it was easier then faffing around sterilising bottles etc.

My advice is stock up on nappies, bum cream and other essentials when they’re on offer. A few clothes, good idea to buy in sales for following year. And get a very good car seat. Travel systems are good, but try to resist going overboard. I (and my back in particular) looked very enviously at the mini travel systems others had

Everything non essential you’ll find which you need and which you don’t. And the trip to a shops is a good excuse to get out of the house
Edited by: "Mentos" 8th Jan
Mentos1 h, 45 m ago

Mrs got one of those bottle prep kits as it was on sale, then she ended … Mrs got one of those bottle prep kits as it was on sale, then she ended up breast feeding (bottle prep kit is still in the box ). These days they give you the hard sell on beast feeding. Although the Mrs found breastfeeding hard to start with, she eventually felt it was easier then faffing around sterilising bottles etc.My advice is stock up on nappies, bum cream and other essentials when they’re on offer. A few clothes, good idea to buy in sales for following year. And get a very good car seat. Travel systems are good, but try to resist going overboard. I (and my back in particular) looked very enviously at the mini travel systems others had Everything non essential you’ll find which you need and which you don’t. And the trip to a shops is a good excuse to get out of the house


Thanks for your advice! We're expecting our 1st. I've taken advantage of the sales. Have managed to get some bargains but am weary of buying too much that I may not need. I am hoping to breast feed too, have bought some bottles as I thought it'd be nice for OH if I can express. I got an absolute bargain though, £4.90 for 2 bottles, cleaning brush & microwave steriliser. I then bought 4 extra bottles from Argos for £12.99. I decided on the munchkin latch ones as they're supposed to be good for people that breast feed & are anti colic as standard. Although, I've just realised that they don't make a breast pump to fit onto the bottles!!
I was tempted to buy a nappy bin but my colleagues told me not to bother with one.
It's so hard to know what I'll actually need & what just looks good but won't be used!
I'm currently looking at carseat's. Who know they were so expensive?! I'm got a icandy peach all terrain pram and getting a good carseat that will click onto it is a mine field as I want to also be able to use ISO fix & they're a blooming racket!! It's seeming like my best solution is to buy the 1st 2 stages + the ISO fix now even though I won't need the stage 2 for a while. John Lewis have to maxi cozi pebble plus & pearl (stage 2) with the combination iso fix for £499... But that's a lot to pay up all at once on top of everything else!
Which carseat have you gone for please?
SORRY ITS ENDED UP SO LONG!!
sez65527 m ago

Thanks for your advice! We're expecting our 1st. I've taken advantage of …Thanks for your advice! We're expecting our 1st. I've taken advantage of the sales. Have managed to get some bargains but am weary of buying too much that I may not need. I am hoping to breast feed too, have bought some bottles as I thought it'd be nice for OH if I can express. I got an absolute bargain though, £4.90 for 2 bottles, cleaning brush & microwave steriliser. I then bought 4 extra bottles from Argos for £12.99. I decided on the munchkin latch ones as they're supposed to be good for people that breast feed & are anti colic as standard. Although, I've just realised that they don't make a breast pump to fit onto the bottles!! I was tempted to buy a nappy bin but my colleagues told me not to bother with one. It's so hard to know what I'll actually need & what just looks good but won't be used! I'm currently looking at carseat's. Who know they were so expensive?! I'm got a icandy peach all terrain pram and getting a good carseat that will click onto it is a mine field as I want to also be able to use ISO fix & they're a blooming racket!! It's seeming like my best solution is to buy the 1st 2 stages + the ISO fix now even though I won't need the stage 2 for a while. John Lewis have to maxi cozi pebble plus & pearl (stage 2) with the combination iso fix for £499... But that's a lot to pay up all at once on top of everything else! Which carseat have you gone for please? SORRY ITS ENDED UP SO LONG!!


Clothes in sales are a good idea. Mrs buys a lot in end of season sales for the following season. Don’t think she saves money mind, just ends up buying more and better quality

We got a Quinny travel system, so ended up with the pebble (they are Maxi Cosy brand). Then got the 2 way fix base and later got the pearl.

Quite happy with the Pebble/Pearl. But if I did it again probably wouldn’t have bothered with the big expensive travel system. It’s not even the cost, everyone will bang on about the convenience (take car seat, stick it straight on the pram etc), but they don’t mention the inconvenience of a big heavy pram.

If I was doing it again I’d just get one of those mini prams I see people wondering around with. Worst case if I needed a travel system, I’d get the smallest/lightest one possible
sez65533 m ago

Thanks for your advice! We're expecting our 1st. I've taken advantage of …Thanks for your advice! We're expecting our 1st. I've taken advantage of the sales. Have managed to get some bargains but am weary of buying too much that I may not need. I am hoping to breast feed too, have bought some bottles as I thought it'd be nice for OH if I can express. I got an absolute bargain though, £4.90 for 2 bottles, cleaning brush & microwave steriliser. I then bought 4 extra bottles from Argos for £12.99. I decided on the munchkin latch ones as they're supposed to be good for people that breast feed & are anti colic as standard. Although, I've just realised that they don't make a breast pump to fit onto the bottles!! I was tempted to buy a nappy bin but my colleagues told me not to bother with one. It's so hard to know what I'll actually need & what just looks good but won't be used! I'm currently looking at carseat's. Who know they were so expensive?! I'm got a icandy peach all terrain pram and getting a good carseat that will click onto it is a mine field as I want to also be able to use ISO fix & they're a blooming racket!! It's seeming like my best solution is to buy the 1st 2 stages + the ISO fix now even though I won't need the stage 2 for a while. John Lewis have to maxi cozi pebble plus & pearl (stage 2) with the combination iso fix for £499... But that's a lot to pay up all at once on top of everything else! Which carseat have you gone for please? SORRY ITS ENDED UP SO LONG!!


Ok get advice on this one. I wouldn't buy the maxi Cosi set up. The pearl will not allow you to rear face to the maximum. Contact these guys to find out what will fit in your car.

incarsafetycentre.co.uk/?gc…wcB

Most people want a stroller by the time baby is 8/9 mths old as easy fold and easy on your back! The Joie seats are lovely as are the diono. Mothercare etc will always recommend maxi Cosi tho. They don't have the knowledge in car safety centre do. 😁
Should have mentioned at the time the Pearl was one of the few options rear facing to 4/yo. Hence the 2way base and then Pearl made sense. (Ironically car sickness meant we had to switch her forward facing in any case )

Things have changed now and the 2way base is relatively expensive. So you might want to consider just getting the standard base and grabbing whatever’s on offer in a years time
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