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Huggies Newborn Nappies Size 1 (up to 5kg) 108 Count - $25.00 ($21.25 S&S) + Delivery ($0 with Prime / $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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  • +1 vote

    size 1 to 4 are all $25

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    Huggies seem pretty big, I reckon size 1 would be fine a bit over 5kg, can anyone tell me when their baby grew out of them?

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      Each baby grows at different size at different time. Sometimes weight is not a accurate description but is used as a guideline as some kids are taller and leaner around the waist.

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        Agreed. My son is in 16+kg Aldi nappies which are the biggest size but he’s a stocky/solid 26 month old, and they are tight around the waist and he’s only 15.5kg. Whereas my friend’s nearly 6 year old still wears them.

        • +1 vote

          6 year olds wears nappies?

          • +11 votes

            @stockastics: There's a hormone called "ADH" that supresses/slows urine production overnight. Most people start producing it around 6-7 years old. We aren't robots, though. It's not as though we turn 6 and someone says 'It's your 6th birthday, here's your ADH'.

            Some kids start producing ADH earlier than 6. Some don't start producing it until they're nearly 7.

            Even once they are producing ADH, they'll still wet the bed occasionally. About 1% of people are unlucky enough to still be wetting the bed as teenagers (affects boys more than girls). It is unproductive to shame people for something they cannot control.

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              @Wraith: I was asking a question. Thanks for the detailed scientific explanation. Hope the kid doesn’t have diabetes insipidus as I thought by 6, only 10% bed wet.

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            @stockastics: To bed I should have added, not during the day but she still were at night

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      4.2kg baby went straight into size 3

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      My kid was in size 1 for at least 3 months. Used like 300 size ones

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        Damn. Mine has used about 300 and its only week 6… And he is pushing 5kg…

    • +3 votes

      pfft my kid came out toilet trained

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    Aldi nappies all the way = Australian made and cheaper. Huggies now made in China

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      Nice. How many do you need? Generally.

    • +1 vote

      We used to use Aldi during the day. We found they didn't have the capacity to last all night though. We used Huggies overnight.
      We're past the Nappy stage now, but I have heard that Costco nappies are basically re-branded Huggies and cheaper.

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        Had same issue, Aldi and babylove seemed to get full in half the time of huggies.
        Which was a big disappointing as babylove is a Japanese brand.

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      use Aldi, bit thin, and easier to get nappy rash if you dont change it as soon as wee or woo

      also use huggies, thicker.. last longer a bit if i forgot to change baby nappy

  • -1 vote

    Would these fit very small adults? Asking for a friend

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    Thanks op! Perfect timing. We’re due in July.

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    Woolworths also has these at $25 this week.

    • +1 vote

      This is $21.25 minus 3% amazon GC from suncorp

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    These huggies work out cheaper, just bought 3 packs today for my newborn.
    https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0792PDCD6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_g...

    $5.10 S&S / 28 nappies= ~.0.18ea
    VS
    21.25 S&S / 108 = ~0.20ea

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      They are the basic ones.. quite thin..

    • +1 vote

      Don't buy huggies essentials, they suck. Only huggies ultimate worths trying.

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        I was unaware of that, but I’ve bought these previously and they’ve been quite good for us. I think this’ll see my baby out of newborn. Then I’ll give the ultimate a crack.

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        If they suck, then they do their job 😁

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          Hahahahaha