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    I have been using them for about 12 months and the only difference I noticed was like a PP mentioned that they are more gathered in the back, but still can't fault them for absorbency etc.

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    Ok so maybe I still will give them a go for daytime anyway. I wonder why others are having problems.

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    We've been using them for about a year and have no problems whatsoever, I love them! They are super absorbent and hold overnight with no leaks. I switched to the woolworths equivalent one week and DD broke out in a rash, so went back to comfy bots and its cleared up and haven't had any more problems. For the price they are a great nappy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inertia View Post
    We've been using them for about a year and have no problems whatsoever, I love them! They are super absorbent and hold overnight with no leaks. I switched to the woolworths equivalent one week and DD broke out in a rash, so went back to comfy bots and its cleared up and haven't had any more problems. For the price they are a great nappy.
    I think regardless of the price they are still a great nappy!

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    Has anyone tried the Nappy Pants or Swim Pants?

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    I dont mind them... Huggies will always be my favourite, but they are not my wallets favourite! Lol and were Toilet training, comfy bots are cheap and take forever for us to go through


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    Quote Originally Posted by inertia View Post
    We've been using them for about a year and have no problems whatsoever, I love them! They are super absorbent and hold overnight with no leaks. I switched to the woolworths equivalent one week and DD broke out in a rash, so went back to comfy bots and its cleared up and haven't had any more problems. For the price they are a great nappy.
    Ditto here too with the woolworths brand! They were horrible and made dd rashy too!


    ~Isla Rohmaine arriving sept 2013 and a baby makes 3!

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    So I've tried the Coles Comfy Bots and I think they are pretty good. Still like Snugglers better because they have stretchy sides and the comfy bots don't but when Snugglers aren't on sale I'll be using them. Haven't tried them overnight though DS is a huge wetter and I don't think they'll handle it.

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    Got some as a pressie and thought they were horrid. Even my husband said they were pretty ordinary. Bad leakage with them too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeann View Post
    Got some as a pressie and thought they were horrid. Even my husband said they were pretty ordinary. Bad leakage with them too.
    How long ago was that?

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