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    Default Huggies travel wipes case

    Does anyone know if you can still buy these?

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    Yeah im in victoria and i brought one from my local coles about 3 weeks ago

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    They've changed to a plastic/vinyl soft pack rather than the hard plastic case they used to have. I preferred the hard plastic case.

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    grr i was after the hard case ones. why do companies feel the need to change things on us

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    There is an eBay black market in them. And occasionally you see them on BSS.

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    Now searching the house to see if I have one left!

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    i just looked on ebay, cheapest one i could find was $25!!!!

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    Baby Bunting sell them - 2 for about $5. They're not huggies brand, but are the same as the old huggies hard travel cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    Baby Bunting sell them - 2 for about $5. They're not huggies brand, but are the same as the old huggies hard travel cases.

    I can't seem to find them online.

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    I actually prefer the soft style case, holds more wipes and they dont seem to dry out as easily

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