Pampers Baby-Dry 198 Nappies with 3 Absorbing Channels, 5 - 9 kg, Size 3 - £13.96(7p each) @ Amazon - Prime Exclusive
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Pampers Baby-Dry 198 Nappies with 3 Absorbing Channels, 5 - 9 kg, Size 3 - £13.96(7p each) @ Amazon - Prime Exclusive

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Found 17th Jan
  • For mornings as dry as bedtimes
  • Three absorbing channels: Help distribute wetness evenly for less wet bulk versus Pampers' previous nappy
  • Absorbent MicroPearls: Inner layer with micropearls to absorb and lock wetness away for upto 12 hours
  • Flexible sides: Provide a comfortable fit for great over night leakage protection
  • Fastdry-layers: Absorb the wetness and keep it away from baby's skin
  • Soft-like cotton*: A top layer next to baby's skin, soft and dry for a goodnight's sleep; *does not contain cotton
  • Breathability: To keep air circulating around baby's skin
  • Packaging may vary
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I feel like I should stock up on these even though I don’t have any kids yet.. but just incase, ya know?
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Good find - picking up some heat already

Thanks for sharing!
I feel like I should stock up on these even though I don’t have any kids yet.. but just incase, ya know?
The price of size 4 isn't bad either


Pampers Baby-Dry 174 Nappies with 3 Absorbing Channels, 8 - 16 kg, Size 4 amazon.co.uk/dp/…9K0
This is a great price. Even the Morrisons/Tesco budget range are about £1.50 for 20. Treat your kid, why not.
I've calculated that for size, the current £4 per 39 pack at Sainsburys / Morrisons (pro-rata) etc. is better value.
joeymcjoe20 m ago

I've calculated that for size, the current £4 per 39 pack at Sainsburys / …I've calculated that for size, the current £4 per 39 pack at Sainsburys / Morrisons (pro-rata) etc. is better value.


Depends. Personally I only buy pampers as their is a clear quality difference.
Aldi nappies are as good and 1/3 cheaper.
Brilliant thanks. My twins are only a week old today but I’m determined to manage to get their nappies through S&S this time and ideally when as cheap as poss. With my daughter I found it so irrationally irritating when I ran out and had to go buy them in a supermarket at full price.
We tried a few other brands from supermarkets in easy reach but still stuck with pampers. Would have gone Aldi but have to drive 30 mins to get there
Wow only £11.09 with subscribe and save. Will add to this months delivery even though we are still in size zero /1!!.
These are the only nappies we use at night. All the other brands seem to leak 😥
Non-prime customers could go to places like Asda. same price for the jumbo size - 7p each. Better price for higher sizes in asda. deal posted: hotukdeals.com/dea…049
Normally roughly how many size 3 nappies do kids need in total? I would like to stock up some..
Ordered size 5+. It works out cheaper than Aldi nappies with 15% off s&s
jameswalker4571 h, 57 m ago

Depends. Personally I only buy pampers as their is a clear quality …Depends. Personally I only buy pampers as their is a clear quality difference.


Yes that's what I meant, the Pampers on offer at those supermarkets are cheaper!
Thank you!
katesun5 h, 37 m ago

Normally roughly how many size 3 nappies do kids need in total? I would …Normally roughly how many size 3 nappies do kids need in total? I would like to stock up some..


Depends on how fast the child puts on weight. Apparently some kids put on weight much faster than others. Possibly what is fed also makes a difference - faster to digestion, more changes. So maybe aprrox 5.
I have twins in size 4+, we’ve used Aldi nappies since they were born and can honestly say they are fantastic. Maybe two leaks in all that time, but I’m certain no nappy would have stopped it on those occasions. They work out considerably better price-wise and as it’s an everyday price, you don’t have to stock up too much. Nothing wrong with pampers, but but I’d go for Aldi every time
Anything for size 5?
katesun:
Normally roughly how many size 3 nappies do kids need in total? I would like to stock up some..

They go upto 20lb and the average weight of a 1 year old is 21.5 lb so they should last a fair while. I've been using them since my daughter was 3 months as they hold more than size 2 while not being totally huge.
hannaoptimus5 h, 27 m ago

katesun:Normally roughly how many size 3 nappies do kids need in total? I …katesun:Normally roughly how many size 3 nappies do kids need in total? I would like to stock up some..They go upto 20lb and the average weight of a 1 year old is 21.5 lb so they should last a fair while. I've been using them since my daughter was 3 months as they hold more than size 2 while not being totally huge.


I would get two boxes of these at least
Edited by: "lorbatlo" 20th Jan
morgmonster18th Jan

Brilliant thanks. My twins are only a week old today but I’m determined to …Brilliant thanks. My twins are only a week old today but I’m determined to manage to get their nappies through S&S this time and ideally when as cheap as poss. With my daughter I found it so irrationally irritating when I ran out and had to go buy them in a supermarket at full price.We tried a few other brands from supermarkets in easy reach but still stuck with pampers. Would have gone Aldi but have to drive 30 mins to get there


Aldi do free delivery of special buy items from the website. Several times a year they have a baby event so I stock up on wipes and nappies.
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