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Free Nappy Pants Sample @ Baby Love

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Just need to give a fake email ID,Dob of your kid and the address to post.

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  • +1 vote

    Got one for the upcoming Baby!

  • +3 votes

    Its a waste of time ! They send you one nappie which is worth less than 0.20cents

    • +1 vote

      It’s a sample :)

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      Lolllll

    • +1 vote

      It's a FREE sample that includes postage so probably a bit more than 20 cents and also the Sleepynights are worth like $1 each.

    • +1 vote

      These are handy to carry in your nappy bag (or whatever you use) since they are wrapped in plastic whereas the ones from the big bag aren’t. I had a heap of nappy samples for my newborn and always saved these to take out and about. I don’t know if bounty bags are still a thing, but they were a great source of sample nappies too.

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    Which nappies do people prefer?

    • +1 vote

      Huggies ultimate. Bit pricey but so good thick and soft, then pampers

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        Huggies ultimate never leaked. Going good since 13 months.

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          Boy or girl? Our boy leaked wee out the top/front with huggies ultimate.

    • +5 votes

      Aldi over anything else for price and performance.

      • +1 vote

        Used to use Aldi before they changed the design about 6 years ago. We found the Woolworths brand ones good and cheap too

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      All depends on your baby really. Different nappies fit different babies better. Hence the sample so you can see if this fits your baby without shelling out for a full pack.

      I quite like babylove with my baby. We have tried Babylove, Huggies, Pampers, Mamia and the Woolies one, and all are good.

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      I like Huggies and Rascal & Friends but many friends have had issues with Huggies (reactions, rashes etc). I've also used Aldi, no issues with them from a price point but can't use them overnight as I find they don't hold as much as Huggies and R&F and end up leaking for my kids

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        Same I like Huggies Ultimate but had to bin 3 Big Pack of normal Huggies from Costco as baby developed rash.

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      Mainly it depends on individual babies re-leaking and comfort.
      For me-
      Huggies Ultimate- but too costly now with new packaging.
      Pampers Baby Dry- Stock up on Amazon(Prime day ,Boxing Day Black Friday and similar deals-cheaper/similar to Aldi Colesworth brand)
      Baby love-
      And then Everything else.

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      Aldi worked well for us when we had a newborn, adequate and incredibly well priced, but our son grew a little too quickly (size 2 by 9 months) and the Aldi waist bands weren't stretchy enough. We've mostly used babylove nappy pants since (tried huggies, the fit just wasn't right) and for a while Pampers (love how thin and light they are) when on Amazon sale, but back to nappy pants now with toilet training.

      I have heard great things about Rascal & Friends but it was actually the only brand that's given my son a rash.

      I've stocked up on Pampers during Prime Day for baby number two coming soon.

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      Used to use Huggies, one day kid got a full chemical type burn from them. Will never forget the screams! There is a facebook group with lots of parents in the same boat. Huggies sent everyone a giftcard in response but otherwise seemed to not give a shit. Now use Babylove and have had no issues.

    • +1 vote

      Aldi. So absorbent, we’ve never had them wet through over night and cheap. They also handle poo explosions very well - we’ve only had the tiniest bit of leak with some mega poos. Everyone is different though - apparently the baby’s shape makes a difference. The Aldi newborn ones are a bit on the big side, so we started in Huggies which are smaller but they leaked wee like crazy with our boy

    • +2 votes

      I've used a few brands but settled on ALDI as they never leak

  • -2 votes

    Nothing beats huggies

  • +1 vote

    Just need to give a fake email

    Damn, well count me out, only have a real email.

  • -2 votes

    Do these come in a 34 asking for a friend

  • -3 votes

    If your intention is on using a fake email to get free nappies wouldn't that constitute stealing ?

    • +1 vote

      Lots of (most) people run a spam email just for promotions and competitions. It’s not necessarily fake, just an additional account so that important emails don’t get lost in spam.

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      If you think thus is stealing. Then you are a bit confused.
      This is marketing

  • +1 vote

    Been using cloth nappies for about 2 months so far (bub just turned 3 months). So far so good, hopefully bit of money saving in the long run

    But our favourite disposables used to be Little Ones (Woolies) and Fred & Flo (German nappies sold at Reject Shop).

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    Any of them biodegradable?

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      There are compostable ones, but the price is prohibitive for most people. Realistically reusable is the ‘eco’ option and most of these are not biodegradable either - only really terry towelling ones, which I don’t think many people use.

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        Thank you. Wish they were all compostable.

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    Got a sample thanks. Huggies make it difficult by having to sign up/log in just for a sample