Sangenic bin + 6 refill cassettes - £20 @ Amazon
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Sangenic bin + 6 refill cassettes - £20 @ Amazon

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Found 8th Jan
Box Contains
1 x Tommee Tippee Sangenic Tec Blue Nappy Disposal Bin
6 x Tommee Tippee Sangenic Tec Refill Cassette
1 x Tommee Tippee Sangenic Tec Instruction Leaflet
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This is cheaper than buying a refill pack of 6!
Huh? for babies I assume? Who wants babies? lol
If you have foxes in your area, leave one of the emptied bins outside and see what happens to your street.
The_IMF2 h, 4 m ago

If you have foxes in your area, leave one of the emptied bins outside and …If you have foxes in your area, leave one of the emptied bins outside and see what happens to your street.


Nothing As I have a wheelie bin?
sola352 h, 14 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-tommee-tippee-sangenic-tec-nappy-disposal-bin-when-you-spend-10-on-baby-products-amazon-prime-members-2873118free bin £10 spend.


This is a far better deal than the free bin, if you're actually planning on using it
Asda are also selling this for £20 with free c&c or £2.95 delivery
Edited by: "jackyabody" 9th Jan
You could get the free sangenic bin and this deal together if you plan on using it, then you have a spare for whatever reason. Ordered a 3 pack earlier for nearly £11 wish I’d seen this
Have never understood these. Airtight bin is about £5, Asda sell nappy bags at something like 30p for 300!
lf1983lf2 h, 32 m ago

Have never understood these. Airtight bin is about £5, Asda sell nappy …Have never understood these. Airtight bin is about £5, Asda sell nappy bags at something like 30p for 300!

Yeah, I tend to agree. We've got a couple of these but to be honest we soon gave up on them. The cassettes were expensive (especially because you lose a fair amount with the twist), the bins were full in no time and you still had to put them in another bin when you could just put them in a nappy bag and then straight in the bin.

However, if you think you'll get on with one of these, this is a great price considering you get 6 cassettes so i've still voted hot.
You can buy refill bags which you use with an empty cassette. Much cheaper but more fiddly....hot for deal though
jamhops8 h, 50 m ago

Nothing As I have a wheelie bin?


It was the reason for me ditching old school bins and buying a wheelie bin!!
magicjay198643 m ago

Yeah, I tend to agree. We've got a couple of these but to be honest we …Yeah, I tend to agree. We've got a couple of these but to be honest we soon gave up on them. The cassettes were expensive (especially because you lose a fair amount with the twist), the bins were full in no time and you still had to put them in another bin when you could just put them in a nappy bag and then straight in the bin. However, if you think you'll get on with one of these, this is a great price considering you get 6 cassettes so i've still voted hot.


I bought a refurb one off amazon. It came without the refill cassette. I phoned to send it back they told me to keep it and refunded me.

They had an offer on the 18 cassette refills i paid £38. Driver left it in my wheelie bin with the box sticking out clearly showing a parcel.

Phoned up and asked why it was left on show as i dont have a “safe place” set up. They refunded me the order and said keep them. I said i dont want a refund just for future refernece not to put any items in my bin. They still processed a refund. Coudnt believe it to be honest.
Did anyone manage to get this to work with the Free bin promotion? I tried but it does not discount the £10 one for me.
Zoea11 h, 45 m ago

Huh? for babies I assume? Who wants babies? lol


This is weird
Looks like a Tassimo with a stack of pods
paul.jacobs3 m ago

Looks like a Tassimo with a stack of pods


You wouldn't wanna taste what comes out of it
lf1983lf9 h, 48 m ago

Have never understood these. Airtight bin is about £5, Asda sell nappy …Have never understood these. Airtight bin is about £5, Asda sell nappy bags at something like 30p for 300!


magicjay19867 h, 16 m ago

Yeah, I tend to agree. We've got a couple of these but to be honest we …Yeah, I tend to agree. We've got a couple of these but to be honest we soon gave up on them. The cassettes were expensive (especially because you lose a fair amount with the twist), the bins were full in no time and you still had to put them in another bin when you could just put them in a nappy bag and then straight in the bin. However, if you think you'll get on with one of these, this is a great price considering you get 6 cassettes so i've still voted hot.


Take it you live in a house then. You can still smell the **** when they are in nappy bags, if you live in a house its alot easier to chuck in the dustbin, if your dustbin is four stories down a flight of stairs then these are a must so your not up and down like a blue arse fly
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charliejade23 m ago

Take it you live in a house then. You can still smell the shit when they …Take it you live in a house then. You can still smell the shit when they are in nappy bags, if you live in a house its alot easier to chuck in the dustbin, if your dustbin is four stories down a flight of stairs then these are a must so your not up and down like a blue arse fly


Or just buy a cheap swing bin and a pack of 8 million nappy bags for 20p from Tesco or wherever. Job done.

The amount of utterly necessary junk people buy for babies, especially first timers, is unreal. Keeps the industry thriving I suppose...
Edited by: "Pyongyang" 9th Jan
charliejade42 m ago

Take it you live in a house then. You can still smell the **** when they …Take it you live in a house then. You can still smell the **** when they are in nappy bags, if you live in a house its alot easier to chuck in the dustbin, if your dustbin is four stories down a flight of stairs then these are a must so your not up and down like a blue arse fly


That's not true if they're in an airtight bucket. We started off with cloth nappies and bought a couple of cheap buckets with airtight lids for that purpose. Yes the nappies will smell like holy hell if you take the lid off, but if the lid's on, you're fine. We do live in a house, but lived in flats for 6 months with a baby.

Maybe I know people whose kids are all particularly smelly, but the 3? people I know who own one of the sangenic bins still take all the solid nappies out straight away...
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lf1983lf9 h, 59 m ago

Have never understood these. Airtight bin is about £5, Asda sell nappy …Have never understood these. Airtight bin is about £5, Asda sell nappy bags at something like 30p for 300!


What airtight bin have you got? Can u recommend?
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"Refill cassettes"

In the real world we call them BIN BAGS
Edited by: "deleted864239" 9th Jan
Pyongyang1 h, 39 m ago

Or just buy a cheap swing bin and a pack of 8 million nappy bags for 20p …Or just buy a cheap swing bin and a pack of 8 million nappy bags for 20p from Tesco or wherever. Job done.The amount of utterly necessary junk people buy for babies, especially first timers, is unreal. Keeps the industry thriving I suppose...





You will still smell it from a swing bin, plus dont drop one of them 8 million nappy bags as babies have died from suffocating from them
Edited by: "charliejade" 9th Jan
lf1983lf1 h, 28 m ago

That's not true if they're in an airtight bucket. We started off with …That's not true if they're in an airtight bucket. We started off with cloth nappies and bought a couple of cheap buckets with airtight lids for that purpose. Yes the nappies will smell like holy hell if you take the lid off, but if the lid's on, you're fine. We do live in a house, but lived in flats for 6 months with a baby.Maybe I know people whose kids are all particularly smelly, but the 3? people I know who own one of the sangenic bins still take all the solid nappies out straight away...


But do you have to open the airtight bucket to put a nappy in and release the awful smell? God knows why they do that, i dont know anyone who doesnt put solid nappies in their sangenic bin, even ones who live in a house and have one,coincidence maybe. All i meant by my post is people have different circumstances in which these are useful.
Edited by: "charliejade" 9th Jan
Very close in value to the baby list deal on Amazon, where you'd get the same + 1 extra cartridge for £21.58. Voted hot.
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charliejade16 h, 32 m ago

You will still smell it from a swing bin, plus dont drop one of them 8 …You will still smell it from a swing bin, plus dont drop one of them 8 million nappy bags as babies have died from suffocating from them


How did parents cope for 860 jillion years before the Sangenic bin and refill cassettes? It's a solution to a problem that doesn't exist. Waste of money but each to their own.
Pyongyang8 m ago

How did parents cope for 860 jillion years before the Sangenic bin and …How did parents cope for 860 jillion years before the Sangenic bin and refill cassettes? It's a solution to a problem that doesn't exist. Waste of money but each to their own.


They put it in the dustbin duh!
magicjay19869th Jan

Yeah, I tend to agree. We've got a couple of these but to be honest we …Yeah, I tend to agree. We've got a couple of these but to be honest we soon gave up on them. The cassettes were expensive (especially because you lose a fair amount with the twist), the bins were full in no time and you still had to put them in another bin when you could just put them in a nappy bag and then straight in the bin. However, if you think you'll get on with one of these, this is a great price considering you get 6 cassettes so i've still voted hot.


Agreed. We also have a few of these, but also gave up.. Too expensive for the fancy cartridges. Buying a packet of scented nappy bags and bunging them in the bin is way easier and cheaper.

Wouldn't recommend.
Why not just put the nappy in the bin. Paying money to throw out some sh*t
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