Boots Nappies Reviews
Product Type: Boots baby products
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Nappies
Newest Review: ... hips. I also purchase boots own branded active stretch size 4 nappies which come in a pack of 26 nappies. These are suitable ... more
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Customer Boots Nappies Reviews (46)
by - written on 06/05/11, updated on 06/05/11 (Very useful, 131 readings)
This review will cover both the Active Stretch (Purple Packet) and Super Dry (Green Pack) nappies and as you will find out both in my opinion are worlds apart in performance. ***Active Stretch*** These nappies are packaged in the usual plastic wrap in purple and come in packs of 25-30 depending on the size of your baby and are currently on offer for 2 packs for £8. These nappies are basically a Boots copy of the Pampers Active Fit with the same level of absorbancy and the only real difference being the characters on the front (the nappy is still purple though), slightly larger cut and more padding at the back which isn't always a bad thing. I used these ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/09 (Very useful, 163 readings)
I normally use Tesco or Sainsburys own brand nappies as I get them when I do my grocery shopping, or sometimes Pampers when they're on offer. Recently I have tried Boots own brand nappies as I needed something to make up the money on a christmas present order online. I bought 3 packs of Super Dry size 5 nappies, normally £3.99 each, but on special offer at 3 for £10. That was 84 nappies for £10 compared with the Tesco equivalent also on offer at 88 nappies for £10, so a favourable comparison and much cheaper than the leading brands. The nappies look slightly old-fashioned compared with other nappies that I have used. Not in a bad way but the tabs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/09 (Very useful, 200 readings)
When my baby was first born I was given a number of packs of Boots Newborn Nappies from a generous family member. The nappies came in a yellow plastic packaging with a cute, newborn baby on the front. They were suitable for babies between 4-11lbs (my baby was around 8lbs at the time) and contained 24 nappies per pack. I thought they would be quite good because Boots are a brand I generally trust, but sadly I was wrong. If my baby did a wee that was left for more than half an hour (if she was asleep for example), it would leak through the nappy. Also, as most people know newborns have very runny stools so everytime she did a poo ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/09 (Very useful, 113 readings)
I am quite fickle with all products I use unless I find something fantastic that I love too much to change. Nappies are no different - I just go for the most economical deal!! I tend to buy nappies in bulk as they are expensive items as it is without messing around buying a small pack very regularly. I had tried Pampers, Huggies, Boots, Tesco and Asda nappies and they are all quite different. I bought the Boots nappies to take over to France last month, when I only wanted a small amount just for a week but wanted them in a sealed sleeve (I didn't want loose nappies all over my suitcase!) so I picked up these on a multibuy offer. They were two packs for £8 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/09 (Very useful, 141 readings)
I have 3 children, so over the last 6 years have been through a very high amount of what we call 'bum covers'. When my oldest was born, we just automatically decided that we had to use one of the big name brands, and picked Huggies. We carried on using Huggies when our second daughter was born, and up until she was about 15 months old, when I noticed that every time I went to buy nappies the price was increasing rapidly. Having had enough, I decided to shop around. We found a good brand elsewhere, but by the time our third daughter was born the brand had been discontinued. One day I popped into Boots, and picked up a packet of nappies to try, and havent ... Read the complete review
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