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I was in crazy clarks this morning an came across these nappies I have never tryed them so just after some feedback please. I know that Coles sell them but have never brought them cause they are about $50-$60 for a big pack.
An is $10 a good price for 31 nappies? What do you think.

I was in crazy clarks this morning an came across these nappies I have never tryed them so just after some feedback please. I know that Coles sell them but have never brought them cause they are about $50-$60 for a big pack.
An is $10 a good price for 31 nappies? What do you think.


They are wafer thin! I bought a box of 100 yesterday ($30 in Coles) and am sorry I did!! Only reason I got them is because I had bought them when we were overseas and they were good... but they are very different here and so thin you have to change 1-2 hourly plus the tabs are very flimsy. I should have got the Huggies for $33 a box of 72 <img src='https://www.huggies.com.au/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/dry.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='<_<' />

Oh and DD has only worn them for 1 day and is coming out in a rash.
Hi there,

I personally really like them... Started using similiar ones in the states. They are a lot slimer, so make DD's butt look good LOL I have a friend who only uses them during the day for her DD as she wees too much at night. DF prefers them to huggies too as he thinks that they are easier to put on!!!

Oh and by the way, with the price drop at Coles on Nappies, they are now only $30 per box - bargin!!!
I got them not so long ago when they were on special for $30 a box, and they were soo crap, i thought they'd be really good since they original price of them is ridicolus(sp), One wee and you could smell the urine sooo bad, and they are really thin so i dont rate them at all but then again every child is different.
Not a fan of them myself. So thin and need changing way to often.
I love them and glad to know they are coming down in price. They are nice and thin but absorb like the thicker nappies. They are really stretchy so comfy for moving around in and I have also used them over night with no worries. Every bub is different though. Personally DD can't wear huggies all the time as they give her servere nappy rash so every bub is different smile
I used them after buying them in deparation on holidays.

They were okay but not absorbant enought for nights.

I am now using the Woolworths select nappies and these are great.
I totally agree about the woolworths select nappies! They fit so much nicer than other nappies. Even the Coles dry fit nappies are great. Both are way better than other cheaper nappies IMO, maybe even better than huggies laugh








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