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    Default Coles Comfy Bots - Opinions please!

    So, do these thrifty nappies live up to the hype that Coles have been banging on about?

    Huggies are working great for us but i would definately consider a change for the cost factor!

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    Hope so! I have twins on the way...Eek! Gotta save money where I can

    I would also love to hear some feedback about them and other budget brands.

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    I switched from babylove on the weekend and they have been good haven't had any leaks at night time my son use to leak through babylove some nights.

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    I was using them til I bought the aldis ones.... I loved them they are cheap and my kids handnt had one accident in them....id recommend them for sure.

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    I use them on my bub#2 (15 month old) & they're great. No leaks at all. Have used them on both my girls, bub#1 is now toilet trained but she use to get like a pimple rash from babylove nappies & even from huggies sensitive baby wipes! but not one prob from coles dribots... And now they are only $12 a pack so super affordable.

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    I've been using them for about 12 months and I love them.
    I find snugglers and other brands just aren't big enough for my 3 year old at night.

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    i've just started using them andthey are fine... no leaks (dd is 3 - should be toilet trained but isn't ... lots of wee and poo!)

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    I'm also using them for my newby and no issues!r

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    Love them!

    Dd has eczema, these do not aggravate it like many other brands.

    They seem to hold more fluid then the Huggies that we had her in at night time.

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    I was using them for DD1 befor I brought nappy pants (nearly 4 so was only using them at night as shes day toilet trained) they are great nappies. She wets ALOT at night and never once had a leak in them! The only reason I havnt got them for DD2 is because every nappy iv tries on her apart from Huggies gave her bad nappy rash! I'm tempted to try them on her tho cos they are so cheap an good!


 

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