Tommee Tippee sangenic nappy disposal unit £6.38 @sainsburys in store reduced from £25
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Tommee Tippee sangenic nappy disposal unit £6.38 @sainsburys in store reduced from £25

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Found 8th Mar 2013
Sainsburys currently have a lot of offers on in the baby section. Noticed this, is selling for over £25 everywhere else including tesco and asda. Was plenty on the shelf.

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Cold, cold, cold, asda nappy sacks 35p per hundred. No need for a expensive machine, no need for expensive refills. You could probably get all the nappy bags you will ever need for less than the cost of this machine.

Hot from me (if you can find it at this price).

I used to use the nappy sack option but it's a pain in the rear having to take them outside to the bin everytime you change the baby. You can stick this in a cupboard somewhere and empty it a couple of times a week. Wasn't convinced initially, but completely won over now.

Heated - Cheers.

hot hot hot, 3rd kid and cannot imagine living with a smell every timeafter you open a bin or going out with each nappy

voting cold on that based that you can get something completly different chepaer is just ....

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Doods1875

Hot from me (if you can find it at this price). I used to use the nappy … Hot from me (if you can find it at this price). I used to use the nappy sack option but it's a pain in the rear having to take them outside to the bin everytime you change the baby. You can stick this in a cupboard somewhere and empty it a couple of times a week. Wasn't convinced initially, but completely won over now.Heated - Cheers.



It should be in most stores as they are having a baby event.

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banita

voting cold on that based that you can get something completly different … voting cold on that based that you can get something completly different chepaer is just ....

please explained how this is completely diffrent to nappy sacks. Both encase the nappy in plastic, the only diffrence I can see is it will store dirty nappies, but then so does my bin. Why anybody would want to store dirty nappies in there house baffles me. Do you really want dirty nappys hanging around your house?

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tommy_lee

free on amazon with amazon family when purchased with a cassette


Link?

d19mes

please explained how this is completely diffrent to nappy sacks. Both … please explained how this is completely diffrent to nappy sacks. Both encase the nappy in plastic, the only diffrence I can see is it will store dirty nappies, but then so does my bin. Why anybody would want to store dirty nappies in there house baffles me. Do you really want dirty nappys hanging around your house?



I think you may have missed the point of HUKD somewhat........

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Doods1875

I think you may have missed the point of HUKD somewhat........

please explain why? People are raving about a device that encases a nappy in plastic and cost a fortune for refills, when nappy sacks cost as little as 12p per 100 and does the same. I thought the point of this site was to find products that save people money!

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d19mes

please explain why? People are raving about a device that encases a nappy … please explain why? People are raving about a device that encases a nappy in plastic and cost a fortune for refills, when nappy sacks cost as little as 12p per 100 and does the same. I thought the point of this site was to find products that save people money!



Oh you do go on, this is saving a lot of money for people who want to buy one of these and have their own opinion. So shut up you douche and big someone else.

d19mes

please explain why? People are raving about a device that encases a nappy … please explain why? People are raving about a device that encases a nappy in plastic and cost a fortune for refills, when nappy sacks cost as little as 12p per 100 and does the same. I thought the point of this site was to find products that save people money!



As I explained above, my preference is for the bin. And I doubt whether you'll find this cheaper.

Comparing it to ASDA Value nappy sacks isn't relevant.

Now dry your eyes.

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Doods1875

As I explained above, my preference is for the bin. And I doubt whether … As I explained above, my preference is for the bin. And I doubt whether you'll find this cheaper. Comparing it to ASDA Value nappy sacks isn't relevant. Now dry your eyes.

I think it says a lot about people's personal standards, that they prefer to leave dirty nappies lingering around there houses than sticking them in the bin. But hey each to there own

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d19mes

I think it says a lot about people's personal standards, that they prefer … I think it says a lot about people's personal standards, that they prefer to leave dirty nappies lingering around there houses than sticking them in the bin. But hey each to there own


What a douche bag

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cheapskate100

What a douche bag

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