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    Default Nappy Bag

    Can anyone give me any hints on where to find a decent looking (doesn't have to be designer but I don't want one of those daggy ones) and practical nappy bag under $70.00? I had no idea they'd be so expensive.

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    I haven't got a traditional nappy bag as I find them ugly and I got a beautiful big tote from Collette for $50. Ok so you don't get the change mat but I never used the change mat that I bought with my first I only ever put a blanket under bub as it annoyed me packing up the change mat.

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    eBay. I got a black OiOi backpack style nappy bag for $20 pickup!

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    Catch of the day. Put the app on your ph and check regularly because they often have good deals on baby and kids stuff.
    My girlfriends bought me an oioi bag that was $300 reduced to $70. I love it- it's awesome.

    Otherwise, I was just going to buy myself a nice large tote like a beach bag from a wahm off madeit or etsy.

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    We just use a small carry on luggage bag, it's masculine enough for DH to use it, and it's practical

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    I would look out for normal bag that is suitable instead of an actual 'nappy bag'. I found most didn't tick all the boxes for me.

    I have a Victoria Station laptop bag as my nappy bag works wonderfully. I got it from a luggage store ($40).

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    I use an oversized handbag I just make sure I always have disposable change mats in there. I bought a "real" nappy bag with DD1 and it broke so quickly and looked horrible. So I just use large normal handbags now. Plus it's a good excuse for a new bag

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    We've got a few.

    If you dont mind second hand you can pick up near new at op shop etc ... we got a brilliant one $5. It looked as though it had never been used.

    I like having spots for the cream / panadol / talc etc. I like to have a spot for nappies and then a general section for spare clothes etc.


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    I prefer large handbags. I had a nappy bag with ds1 but it was just uncomfortable lugging that around. So, I'd just look around for a large handbag or tote, you can fit a fair bit in those things

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    I got a OiOi messenger bag on clearance from David Jones for $55 & then got a spare (which I've never used) directly from OiOi for $70. Well worth every penny for me.


 

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