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    I have one and think they're a big fat waste of time and money. It is just as easy and economical (if you want to still wrap/enclose a soiled nappy) with buying a pack of 100 nappy bags and putting them in those.

    The turning of the wrappers, emptying and replacing re-fills is something I didn't want to be bothered with on top of all the other things you need to contend with when you have a baby!

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    I never had one, I just used nappy bags and took them straight out to the wheelie bin

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    I had one and found it really good with Dd1 as we didn't have easy quick access to the outside bin at our last place. But didn't really use it with Dd2 as we moved house and it's quicker to just open the laundry door and flick the nappy in the bin after I changed her.

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    I had one for dd and even though I found it useful, it did get smelly and the refill cartridges are expensive. This time around, I'll just use normal bags in the nappy bin (I kept it) and throw them away that way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsdj1234 View Post
    I was given one that doesn't use the cassettes. You just use regular bin liners. It rocks! I wouldn't buy a wrapper one though.

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    I also have one that doesn't use cassettes. Just takes a normal bin bag. I put wet ones straight in, but dirty ones go in the bio-degradable scented bags first

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    I had the one with the cassettes and found it a big waste of time and money....and they still smelt...
    Cant remember the brand of it now but it was a well known one.

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    BIGGEST WASTE OF SPACE & MONEY EVER!

    The plastic smelt after a while & didnt hide any of the smells much at all. I prefer to just put them in a nappy bag & straight in the outside bin these days

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    I got given one with DD1, didn't both using it again, I sold it on Ebay. I found it easier to just go to the outside bin, and when the aren't going through as many nappies, I feel like they sit there too long... It didn't smell bad, but I didn't like the smell either.

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    I have the Tommy Tippee Sangenic one, and I love it! It doesn't smell at all if the lid is shut, and it's so convenient. One of the best things I got

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    i brought a tommy tippee one, have never used it.

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