Morrisons Nappies Reviews
Product Type: Morrisons baby products
Description:Brand: Morrisons / Type: Nappies
Newest Review: ... my view and experience, of a worse quality) are currently £1.97. For a pack of Huggies 'Step In Nappies' which come in a pack ... more
Customer Morrisons Nappies Reviews (18)
by - written on 02/10/07 (Useful, 208 readings)
My son is 7 months old, but a little bit smaller than most babies his age. He currently wears size 2 nappies. I found some brands quite bad, they felt weird and kept leaking. I started shopping at morrisons about 3 months ago as I heard about how much it has improved since Safeway. I love "baby shopping" I could spend hundreds of pounds on just tins of food, if I see a tin he has not tried yet, it is in the trolley. I get to the nappy section and see all your well known brands that are supposed to be the best ones. I decide to buy Morrisons own as I dont have that much money. Gets home and put one on him, amazing!! They fit perfectly, look snuggly, have pretty . Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/08 (Very useful, 190 readings)
Okay i have seen reviews on Morrisons Nappies for under 1 year olds, and seeing as i have just bought the nappy pants (size 5) i thought i would share my experience of using them with you all. * Coming across the product I was in Morrisons doing a bit of shopping (obviously) and was looking for some nappies for our Aimee. After a bit of searching i realised that the usual brand of Pampers pull ups where nowhere to be seen. Due to the fact that my little angle can take of the more traditional velcro nappy off, i opted to look for the Morrisons home brand of pull ups. * Packaging Even with the outer packaging being an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/11 (Very useful, 147 readings)
Well I think I have almost tried all of the supermarket nappies now and Morrisons is next for me to review. I have to say that I did not purchase the nappies they were a gift from a friend who did a lovely baby hamper for us and filled it with Morrisons Size 3 nappies they are classed as midi nappies and I am unsure of the exact retail price but believe them to be under £4 for a fairly large pack. The nappies seem pretty slimline and contain a peach and blue hippo on the front. The nappies to me are similar to the Tesco own brand except they don't feel as soft and seem less bulky. The nappies have adjustable velcro straps and have an extra tab to the front to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/09 (Very useful, 174 readings)
I've been on a real mission recently to find cheaper alternatives to the premium brands of nappies I bought for my first daughter. When she was born, I was completely pulled in by their powerful marketing campaigns and believed Pampers was the best choice for my little bubba's bottom. 31/2 years down the line, and now on my second round of nappy buying with scrummy bubba no. 2, I have changed thousands of nappies and I dread to think how much money I have spent. Since my awakening to the fact that some of the lower priced nappies did the job just as well as Pampers, I have been more than happy to try any brand of nappy to try and find the one that provides ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/09 (Very useful, 164 readings)
When my granddaughter came to stay for the weekend a couple of weeks ago I realised I needed to get a packet of nappies for her, when I went to Morrisons I was a little annoyed that as their Pampers were on special offer the shelves were bare of size 5 and a member of staff informed me there was none in the store room either. Huggies do not suit her body shape at all so I was forced to buy a pack of the Morrisons own brand Mover nappies, which are supposed to be the equivalent of Pampers Active Fit. I say forced as my daughter and I only ever buy Pampers, not because we're brand snobs (well, my daughter is a little) but simply because they offer the best fit ... Read the complete review
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