Mamia Nappies Reviews
Product Type: Mamia baby products
Description:Brand: Mamia / Type: Nappies
Newest Review: ... spent washing bed sheets and baby grows etc outweighs this saving by a mile. I honestly expected more from the Mamia brand, ... more
Customer Mamia Nappies Reviews (12)
by - written on 20/12/13 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I use reusable cloth nappies for the most part, because of the environmental factors as well as the economical: I believe I'm saving hundreds of nappies from going to landfill, and saving myself a small fortune in the process. However, I'm sure even non-parents can understand how you never EVER want to be caught out without any clean nappies to hand, so I tend to keep a small pack of disposables about the house at all times and a couple of "emergency" disposables in the changing bag. You just never know... And for this reason, I've been through a fair few brands of disposable nappies, depending what was on offer or the quality of product. As part ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/11 (Very useful, 22 readings)
These nappies have gained awards, and with this in mind, I was attracted to buying them. I've tried all the nappy brands under the sun, from the top of the range brands to supermarket own; the only ones I've steered clear of to-date is the Tesco Value ones. Any Mum will know just how expensive nappies can be, and I've found these to be cheaper than even the top brands on special offer. They are just under £5 for 48 size 4/4+ so incredible value especially once you've tried them and realise how good they are! They have an attractive design like all the branded makes of nappy, and the exterior feel is again very comparable, with a soft outer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/08, updated on 25/09/08 (Very useful, 317 readings)
As every mum out there on a budget knows nappies can be very expensive. I usually buy Tesco's own brand of nappies as I have tried many over the last 3 1/2 years and found these to be the best value for money. Asda's own leave gel/crystals on baby if left on wet too long, and since changing the design about 2 years ago pop open at the drop of a hat, I'm just not generally keen on Huggies as they feel too bulky and Pampers are great but expensive. Anyway, trying to cut down on our food bill at the moment I was shopping at Aldi when I spotted their own brand nappies. I pay around £7.29 for 56 nappies in Tesco, but the Mamia nappies were around £5.50 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/11 (Very useful, 155 readings)
I have taken to shopping around in order to find the cheapest prices for my groceries and Aldi has become a firm favourite for my fruit and veg purchases. As I had tried a variety of Aldi own brand products with mostly success I decided to try their own brand nappies as I was running low on my stock at home. The nappies had also been conveniently placed close to the tills. The look of the product is very professional, the packaging does not look cheap. The 48 nappies are sold in a plastic aqua marine/green coloured pack. There is a happy smiling baby depicted on the front and an equally as happy mother in the background. The Mamia Logo is written ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/13 (Very useful, 39 readings)
My little boy is 12 weeks old and I want the best of everything for him. If you'd have told me 2 months ago I'd be using Aldi nappies I'd have laughed! I originally had him in Huggies organic cotton newborn nappies (which were great for the first week and v reassuring to have organic BUT thereafter they started leaking). We moved on to Pampers newborn which were ok apart from a funny smell (see below) and quite a few leaks. I'm afraid i was a bit snobbish about buying these nappies. I used to shop in Aldi when I lived in the city centre and found it to be great for more premium things like flowers and wine- selling better produce than the sainsbury's ... Read the complete review
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