I have tried all the ranges of nappies out there and apart from Huggies, which are very expensive, I am a Aldi nappie devotee for all three of my children. I tried these Coles nappies with a little scepticism thinking they cant be as good but I was very pleasantly surprised!
Bubs tried the 5 - 11kg range and didn't have any leaks during day or night. They fit her very well considering she is 10kg and is quite comfortable in them still.
They are slim line so not overly bulky. Pretty designs, easy to use...no hassles at all!
They are very well priced (.21c per nappy) and I would be more then happy to continue to use the Comfy Bots nappies.
I highly recommend these nappies to anyone looking for a good quality nappy for a cheap price.
I am using Coles comfy bots nappies for 15 month old son, a friend recommended them & I was very happy with them. However, the "new & improved" packs are not very good. The main problem I'm finding is that the tabs are not streechy any more & therefore the nappy doesn't fit as well. There is elastic in the waist band but the actual tabs just don't stretch like they used to. I just wonder if anyone else has noticed this?
I have tried the Coles Comfy Bots nappies for 3 days now and am very impressed. My son is 9 weeks old and they are a perfect fit and design. They hold a lot of urine/poo with no leakage and has worn them overnight. There are a few things that I wasn't happy with...
1. The material on the inside of the nappy is like netting and I find it sticks to my bubs genitals when wet and leaves a red mark on his body (an imprint of the netting).
2. Some of the absorbent crystals have broken through the material.
Overall though one of the best cheaper alternative nappies I have tried.
I was pleasantly surprised with the Comfy Bots Crawler nappies. The nappies aren't bulky and don't look large but they fit my almost 7 month old snugly. At just over 9kg, however, I'm not sure he'll still fit in them when he gets to 10kg even though these go up to 11kg.
Importantly, the tabs are nice and strong and secure nicely however I recommend just running your finger around the legs to make sure you have a nice secure fit.
The nappies are stylish - love the design - a nice change from the muted tones of other nappies.
I tried these nappies day and night and there were no leaks during the day, even when we were out-and-about and stretching out the nappy changes. Unfortunately we had a leakage at night so I'm reluctant to try them again overnight but will definitely be continuing to use them during the day. I'll even be looking into the Walker size for DS1 and I'll be buying the next size up for DS2.
Overall, excellent value, a good snug fit and very cute. Highly recommend and I'll continue to use Comfy Bots for both my boys.
Having used Huggies most of the time and then becoming rather disappointed with them and switching to Babylove, I was keen to try something new. I have been eyeing off the Coles Comfybots wondering what they were like but being a little scared to buy them in case I didn't like them and ended up wasting my money.
When testing them I looked at: Quality, Absorbency, Fit, Night time use, Poo holding ability(!)
Quality: These nappies feel nice to the touch, they aren't too bulky and have that paper type feel like Huggies, Snugglers and Babylove.
Absorbency: I found that these nappies didn't leak and could handle quite a big wee without any problems.
Fit: My daughter is 8.5kg so I was testing the 5-11kg size. I found that they were quite snug, bordering on the "maybe too small" but this might be just because my daughter has quite a tubby little tummy and a long body and she could probably do with the next size up.
Night time use: Overall, these nappies were pretty good overnight, my daughter goes 10-12 hours between nappy changes overnight so I was particularly interested to see if these nappies would hold up to that. Over the three nights I tested them, she only had one leak out of one leg, so all up I was pretty impressed.
Poo Holding Ability: Because my daughter tends to save up all her poo for one massive poo per day I was very interested to see how they held up. I did not have one that leaked out the sides up up the back, so I was very happy about that. One poo took 7 wipes to clean up if that gives you an idea about how well they handle the poo :D
Will I buy them in the future?? Yes, I think these nappies are great, I love that they are very affordable, hold up to big poos and night time use and as an added bonus they have cute pictures. However, I will most likely try the next size up simply because my daughter is a chubba bubba :)
Being a first time mum, it gets expensive using the trial & error method. But look no further because Coles Comfy Bots nappies are great & are reasonably priced too.
I haven't had any issues with these, although I have had a couple of "explosions" but I'm sure you can't prevent that! No leaking, which is great. They are great for overnight too. Now I'm not sure if I had a couple of dodgy nappies in my pack, but the first nappy (& a couple more after that) had left little gel balls on dd's bum. I was a bit concerned at first but they seem to have little or no affect.
They have a great design on them (may mean nothing to some) but I found that they smelt a bit funny after dd had wee'd.
They fit well & the reusable grip tabs are actually reusable! Not as soft as other brands but they are still pretty good! My sil swears by Coles comfy bots! I was very pleased with these nappies that I have now changed supermarkets for my weekly grocery shopping!
I use these nappies for my 5 month old son & love them! I have never had a leak and I find that they fit him really well.
They have a unisex animal design on them and are so much cheaper than huggies and work just as well in my opinion
Great nappies for a fraction of the cost of huggies etc. I would highly recommend them to anyone who is looking for a cheaper nappy that fits well & doesnt leak