View Poll Results: Which disposable nappy brand do you favour?

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  • Huggies

    24 44.44%
  • Baby Love

    12 22.22%
  • Coles Comfy Bots

    7 12.96%
  • Woolworths Home Brand

    1 1.85%
  • Pampers

    0 0%
  • Aldi

    4 7.41%
  • Dymples

    0 0%
  • Other

    6 11.11%
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    comfy bots all the way

    I used to use huggies, I thought they were the best of the best disposable nappies, until I had an entire box where everytime i tried to put one on, one or both of the tabs would fall off leaving the nappy useless. Moved on to comfy bots from there and have never looked back. They are not only cheaper but BETTER!

    Their wipes are also my preference for wipes.

    The only thing I don't like about them, is obviously, you can't get them from woolies, and my Really local shop (have many local shops but the really local one) only has woolies. Boo. So if I end up there and need nappies I normally get babylove.
    Last edited by CazHazKidz; 16-04-2014 at 13:44.

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    I use baby love and comfy bots, I tend to shop at both woollies and coles so which ever I'm shopping at that week determines what brand I get. Love them both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caketin View Post
    How do you find the Ecoriginals @BeeSam? I like them. We're using them here.
    They're not bad at all, considering everything is decomposable, they are extremely affordable and generously sized too. I got them pre ordered and got the first batch ever made. I'm happy with them

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeSam View Post
    They're not bad at all, considering everything is decomposable, they are extremely affordable and generously sized too. I got them pre ordered and got the first batch ever made. I'm happy with them
    Yeah I preordered too! My 9 month old is in the toddler size but still plenty of room for her to grow in them!

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    I only use huggies and often buy several boxes while they're on sale. I've never paid full price for them.

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    We use the aldi ones or the Woolie's brand depending what's cheaper.

    Both been equally good. No leaks or major issues.
    I must admit I prefer the Woolie's ones cause they are almost all plain white and I hate seeing ugly bright designs through her clothes.
    But that's my only reason. So if they are cheaper I suck it up and get aldi

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    Comfy bots
    baby love
    Aldi

    Are the best ones we've tried


 

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