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    Default Ju Ju Be Nappy Bag

    Does anyone know if there is anywhere in Brisbane or Perth that sell Ju Ju Be Nappy Bags? I love them but they seem to only be available in the USA or UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayCee76 View Post
    Does anyone know if there is anywhere in Brisbane or Perth that sell Ju Ju Be Nappy Bags? I love them but they seem to only be available in the USA or UK

    Sorry, I just saw this.

    You can buy the bags online from their official site.

    I have bought Ju Ju Be Quick and Ju Ju Be Tween. Shipping is cheap too.

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    I noticed that an Australian website sells then

    www.cheekybubs.com.au

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    It can actually work out cheaper if you buy from the US. I bought a packaBe from a bag place in the US and it was cheaper than the ones on the above website.

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    They look fantastic!! Which style do you think is best? I am in the market for a new bag.

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    The be tween looks fantastic. Not too big but space for everything!

    I have never used a nappy bag, but with number 2 on the way I thinking will need to.

    Europa do you find the be tween big enough? I use mcns but hate big bags!

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    Quote Originally Posted by One of THOSE mums! View Post
    I have never used a nappy bag, but with number 2 on the way I thinking will need to.

    Europa do you find the be tween big enough? I use mcns but hate big bags!

    My internet line has been so slow to open Bubhub I have only been able to see this post now :O

    Be Tween is rather small for me who loves to be prepared for nearly everything, but, the organisation of the bag is great, imo. And it seems that the bag expands, so you can really squeeze quite a few things there. It is very easy to access everything and so this has become my new favourite nappy bag

    I can put:


    1. Several nappy sacks
    2. 2 Disposable nappies
    3. a set of change of clothes (just shortsleeve body suit+socks+bib)
    4. travel wipes (Huggies travel wipes box)
    5. Ds' snack box+lunch (Decor container 400ml+ sandwich)
    6. Ds' water bottle
    7. Formula container for 1 bottle
    8. Nappy rash cream, sunscreen, dummy, tissues, calico shopping bag (folded),baby panadol, spoons, forks, band aid, keys
    9. Change mat (with the bag)+2 Huggies disposable change mats
    The measurement is approximately (WxDxH): 31cm x 15cm x 20cm - and I store DS ' bottle in Avent bottle holder(insulated).

    Another good thing about smallish bag is: it forces me to just bring the essentials for bub so my nappy bag isn't heavy.
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    Wow! That's alot. I'm still leaning toward the be all. I just love that thick strap. Perfect for hanging over my pram. Will I find that too big?
    Can't believe it's only $140 delivered!

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    i am definately going to get one of these closer to the due date of this bub!!!

    i have been searching for ages for a decent nappy bag. one that looks like a handbag (i have ahuge handbag fetish)

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    Wow! That's alot. I'm still leaning toward the be all. I just love that thick strap. Perfect for hanging over my pram. Will I find that too big?
    Can't believe it's only $140 delivered!
    Yeah, you can fit many more than what you think you can. But my Be Tween is bulging .

    Be Tween's strap is just fine for hanging over the pram, at least on my pram .

    I guess, it depends on what you usually pack for bubs. I don't store my personal things in the Be Tween as there is no more space (yeah, DS' snack box - the 400ml Decor container plus his sandwich) takes lots of room). I carry a small sling bag for my things.

    If I were to go a slightly bigger size, I'd go for a BFF. It's not huge, yet it's bigger than the Tween it'll fit a bit more.


 

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