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    Hi everyone

    Wasn't sure where to put this so thought this may be a good place to start. I desperately need some nappy bag recommendations. Price isn't really an issue as I want something that DH can use too (so can't be girly) and something that has EVEYRTHING you need. Must have change mat, bottle holders etc etc. Any ideas? What did you get? What are the best brands. Thanks in advance

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    I love my mimco mine is black so not girly at all!

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    Mimco here to

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    I got two Isoki bags and love them both. The best part is they are reversible - one side being a bit more girly and the other side is usually a plain colour. This meant my hubby would take it with him no problem...especially the messenger bag style in black. I got them both off their website and they came with everything you have listed.

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    I got mine from Target and its actually pretty good . It's a plain messenger style and looks nice (and DH can use it without feeling girly). It has heaps of pockets for all the baby stuff, an insulated bottle section, and a change mat (although that is quite small and attached so I use one I bought with my cloth nappies). It's holding up well so far, and was pretty cheap so if it dies I won't mind springing for another one. All that said though there are some absolutely gorgeous nappy bags on eBay as well

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    Had a look at the Mimco and the Isoki .. gorgeous! Thanks for your suggestions so far .. any more?

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    I got an Oroton nappy bag, because they said you can take everything out from the inside and then use it as a handbag later... I'm not sure I would want too being all pooey and stuff My pram is cream so this is why I got oroton and I don't like the blingy parts on the Mimco!

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    Love my Vanchi!!! I have 2 different ones. They are great!

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    I have a JuJuBe(well a few..) and love it!!

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    I bought a isoki with DS and disliked it as its really, really heavy even without anything in it.

    My advice is to try find something thats lightweight, and depending on what sort of person you are lots / minimal pockets (i personally dislike lots of pockets cause unless you are the type of person who puts things in the same place each time, you have to search each pocket to find something). I also like ones that can hang off the back of a pram. And try find one thats not too big or too small.


 

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