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Tommee Tippee nappy wrapper Now: £9.99 Was: £29.99
Tommee Tippee nappy wrapper Now: £9.99 Was:  £29.99

Tommee Tippee nappy wrapper Now: £9.99 Was: £29.99

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* Developed in association with Sangenic
* Easy and hygienic way to seal disposable nappies
* Complete with replaceable film cassette
* Each cassette seals up to 180 nappies
* Film wrappers are lemon-scented for freshness

11 Comments

An absolute useless piece of equipment.

I had one when my son was born, threw it in the dustbin after a week.

Very expensive to refill also.

spenner999;2988865

An absolute useless piece of equipment.I had one when my son was born, … An absolute useless piece of equipment.I had one when my son was born, threw it in the dustbin after a week.Very expensive to refill also.



Disagree - these things are great!
The alternative is a trip outside to the dustbin every time you change a nappy (or stick it in you kitchen bin and enjoy the smell!!)
Agree they're a pricy to refill though.

Agree total waste of money. Even better use washables. Mine did for 2 kids.
(my first post - hi everyone!)

Sunny Jim;2988955

Disagree - these things are great!The alternative is a trip outside to … Disagree - these things are great!The alternative is a trip outside to the dustbin every time you change a nappy (or stick it in you kitchen bin and enjoy the smell!!)Agree they're a pricy to refill though.



Had one of these for 4/5 years. Convenient, but very expensive to refill.
Given that time again I would get a box of 300 nappy bags from Poundland and put each one in there and then in the kitchen/bathroom bin..

spenner999;2988865

An absolute useless piece of equipment.I had one when my son was born, … An absolute useless piece of equipment.I had one when my son was born, threw it in the dustbin after a week.Very expensive to refill also.



I don't agree. We are using one at the moment and it saves so much time with stinky nappy sacks overflowing from a bin. We use it next to the changing table and it's been great so far which is 3 months of use. I would recommend one.

I've got the nappy safe from Boots, a little different, you just put a bin liner in instead of buying refills. I have NEVER smelt anything from ours, just empty it regularly and enjoy the rest your legs get from walking to the bin every hour! Voted hot

vanquished100;2989090

Agree total waste of money. Even better use washables. Mine did for 2 … Agree total waste of money. Even better use washables. Mine did for 2 kids.(my first post - hi everyone!)



Welcome to HUKD!!!!

Better get used to abuse - you're going to get lots of it!

:thumbsup: good price. I bought one when my first was born...in the sale..biggest piece of s***..NO pun intended. Something you think you need that a simple perfumed nappy bag will deal with. Also if you push too hard you get s*** on your fingers with this!!! good find tho!!

We got a voucher in the Bounty bag we were given in hospital when my little was born, to pick up a free one from Argos . I think its the same for most hospitals now.

Having said that, we've never used it and it'll probably go on fleabay. We use nappy sacks and it keeps the smell at bay. Good price tho but watch out for refill costs

Just like a bottle warmer. New parents get brainwashed into thinking they need every baby gadget going. Get a nappy bag and tie a knot init.

i work in a nursery, and do find it useful, bathroom smells nice considering how many nappy changes a day!

however i do not pay to refill them so can't make a jugement about that..
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