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Tommee Tippee Sangenic Nappy Disposal Starter Set with 6 cassettes - £20 @ Asda
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Tommee Tippee Sangenic Nappy Disposal Starter Set with 6 cassettes - £20 @ Asda

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Posted 22nd Jan

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Currently half price as part of Asda’s baby event. The cassettes to go inside the bin are usually around £11-£12 for 3, whereas with this deal you get 6 plus the bin - we’re going to be using ours as a handy second for the nursery room. Can’t seem to find many deals for just the cassettes, so this seems like the cheapest way to purchase them, plus the added bonus of an extra bin. Hope this helps someone (for c&c or £2.95 delivery).
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deleted1998251
Great product. Well worth 20 quid
Throw the nappy in, twist and wait for the next mother load to arrive
Edited by: "deleted1998251" 22nd Jan
Worth it for the cassettes alone.
£2.50 per cassette is cheap.
Rarely go below £3.00 a cassette on offer, so almost worth getting the bin as a spare for another room if you just need the refills.
They're £12.99 each in Aldi. So, this is a real bargain. I got one for incontinence pads.
We tried one of hese with oir first child and it seems great to start off with. Having had 3 kids now, I've come to realise they're a waste of money and clog up the house. Just buy some dirt cheap nappy bags (Asda own ones are nicely fragranced), wrap the nappy in one and lob it in the normal bin...
These are great products...
thanks OP. was looking for a good deal on this and this seems to be the best around.
InvincibleSnail1 h, 25 m ago

We tried one of hese with oir first child and it seems great to start off …We tried one of hese with oir first child and it seems great to start off with. Having had 3 kids now, I've come to realise they're a waste of money and clog up the house. Just buy some dirt cheap nappy bags (Asda own ones are nicely fragranced), wrap the nappy in one and lob it in the normal bin...



Agreed - ours is upstairs unused - we also use nappy bags for solid waste nappies and it all goes into a plastic tub with a screw on lid now, which is decanted into the rubbish bin outside once full.
Out of stock
was 15 quid for same deal on Amazon previously
My son filled it so quick we gave up and just bought the scented nappy bags. You can't give them away afterwards........ Can't even remember if we still have the damn thing
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InvincibleSnail22nd Jan

We tried one of hese with oir first child and it seems great to start off …We tried one of hese with oir first child and it seems great to start off with. Having had 3 kids now, I've come to realise they're a waste of money and clog up the house. Just buy some dirt cheap nappy bags (Asda own ones are nicely fragranced), wrap the nappy in one and lob it in the normal bin...



Clogging up the house?
It's not much bigger than a coal bucket
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