Tommee Tippee sangenic Nappy Disposal System now £5.99 @ Morrisons
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Tommee Tippee sangenic Nappy Disposal System now £5.99 @ Morrisons

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Found 18th Aug 2013
Saw this offer at Morrisons (Bolton). was 11.99 now £5.99.

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Good price but seriously don't bother. We used ours for less than a week. The only way to get rid of that nappy smell is to but them in the wheely bin.

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boobooboo

Good price but seriously don't bother. We used ours for less than a … Good price but seriously don't bother. We used ours for less than a week. The only way to get rid of that nappy smell is to but them in the wheely bin.


yeh, but good for them who uses it.

these are great if you live in a flat and don't have easily accessible outside bins.

we use ours all the time. It's brilliant, deffinatly no smell at all. Saves trecking out to the wheelie bin umpteen times a day.

We have two and they are awesome - no smells at all (until its full and we have to open it up). Something I recommend to all I know who are expecting and can keep by the changing table so no need to keep going outside to the bin

Snap - we have 2 and love them! No smells and easy to use which is great with a 12 week old!

I brought one second hand for £5 so this is a great price. We use ours and no smell at all.

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Why? Nappy bags 12p per 100 at tesco. No expensive machine, no expensive refills. Job done

d19mes

Why? Nappy bags 12p per 100 at tesco. No expensive machine, no expensive … Why? Nappy bags 12p per 100 at tesco. No expensive machine, no expensive refills. Job done


because you can still smell a nappy through 3 fragrances bags but the bin stops the smell.
and because people might prefer a bin rather than bags, which are more of a hassle.
that's like saying 'don't buy an Audi, a bus does the same job'

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puppiesandkittens09

because you can still smell a nappy through 3 fragrances bags but the bin … because you can still smell a nappy through 3 fragrances bags but the bin stops the smell. and because people might prefer a bin rather than bags, which are more of a hassle.that's like saying 'don't buy an Audi, a bus does the same job'

The nappies don't smell when put in nappy bags and put in the bin, however arnt these for lazy people so they can store there dirty nappies in the house, rather than take outside to the bin? The very nature of plastic is not breathable, so therefore if the bag is fastend proppley the smell can't escape.

d19mes

The nappies don't smell when put in nappy bags and put in the bin, … The nappies don't smell when put in nappy bags and put in the bin, however arnt these for lazy people so they can store there dirty nappies in the house, rather than take outside to the bin? The very nature of plastic is not breathable, so therefore if the bag is fastend proppley the smell can't escape.


no one said it's a necessity. it's just one of those things that make your life a bit easier. it's not called laziness, it's called comfort.

had ours 2 years and in use still for baby number 2... i didn't particularly feel the need to take a new baby outside every couple of hours for a trip to the wheelie bin!
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