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Satisfactory

not expensive

leaks

Sainsbury's Little Ones I recently got a coupon for money off Sainsbury's Little Ones nappies so I thought I would give them a try. My daughter was a week old so I bought the size one as she was only around 6lbs. **WHAT IS IT** Sainsbury's Little Ones new size one nappies are for newborn babies...

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Very cheap. Tabs stick very well.

Odd plasticky feel. Tabs can stick too well - no ...

We usually use cloth nappies, but sometimes when we're traveling, disposables are more practical (there's a limit to how many times you want to carry a bucket of poo up the A1!). We tried these because although we use very few disposable nappies on our son, we were deeply irritated at spending...

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Excellent

Cheap, great feel, keep baby dry

To be honest i can't find one!!!

Ive had 2 children with my first i went out at 7 months pregnant and bought up half of mothercares huggies stock in new baby size, needless to say i didnt use over half of them lol. But even if my son had not of grown out of them i would of went out and got a different brand nappy as i dont rate...

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Excellent

Very very cheap

Just look a bit plasticy but they didn't feel plas...

I was a bit low on funds and thought I'd give these nappies a go. You can't help but feel embaressed at the checkout to have to choose such a basic/cheap product especially for your baby, but I most certainley won't be feeling embaressed for choosing this product again. In fact it will be a...

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“Back to 'BASICS'”

published 16/08/2005

Best own brand

Limited Sizes

This is a review of Sainsbury's Basics Nappies. The size I have been using is size 4, which are for babies of 7 - 18kg (or 15 - 40lbs). You get 20 nappies in a pack, and they retail at £1.80. Usually, own brand nappies are nothing but a false economy, as typically you will end up having to do...

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Excellent

Good quality for affordable price

none

As I have two little boys, we are big nappy consumers. We tried Pampers nappies as well but the elder one had nappy rash, so we changed immediately. I tried Sainsbury's Little Ones dry nappies and I am absolutely content with it. I am lucky that my younger son is such a big baby that I can buy...

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Satisfactory

cheaper then other brands

feel cheap, poor fit

I normally buy more well known brands, but due to a loyalty card I had a voucher for money off Sainsbury's own brand nappies. Having tried other own brands and found them satisfactory I thought give them a go. BIG mistake, my daughter, not being particularly chubby but having a good size thigh, I...

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“Best Own Brand”

published 03/10/2000

I've tried nearly every nappy on the go!! I must say that I have found that Sainsburys own are even better that the big brand names ie. Huggues & Pampers. They fit nicely and don't chaff around th legs. They have a nice little stretchy bit at the back so that they move a fit nicely. No leaks, no...

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Super

Absorbant; fit well

A little bulky; size 3 a little stiff

I have tried Pampers, Huggies, Boots and Tescos nappies, so I felt it only right to give the Sainsbury's ones a try too, particularly as this tends to be the supermarket that I usually use. I was confident that these nappies might be good, as I was already fairly impressed with the Tesco and...

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Excellent

Chaeper

None

Sainsbury's own brand nappies are great value for money! They are flexible, colorful and much cheeper than pampers or huggies. The hold fluid and number two's (shall we say) very well, in-fact there is no difference on that front at all. They last all night without leakage, and as my daughter is...

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Super

Doesn't leak, good strong tabs, elasticated back s...

Gave my baby red marks around leg elastic

These are quite good nappies - I did not encounter any leakages while using them on my son. They have good strong tabs and an elasticated strip around the back of the nappy. However I did find that they gave my son slight nappy rash and also red marks where the elasticated legs dug into his skin...

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Excellent

Value for money, great fit, good absorbancy, pract...

none

I have tried asdas active fit, pampers active fit and huggies anatural fit. being that huggies and pampers are slightly expensive and asdas active fit were really hard and poor quality I thought I might as well try Sainsburys little ones explore nappies (active fit equivilant)as this is my main...

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Super

“Premium budget buy”

published 16/12/2000

Strong, absorbent and a good price

Balm could

I tried these nappies for the first time a few months ago, as they had been reduced from £4.99 to £3.99 for 30 x 24-55lb, compared to either huggies or pampers at £5.65. I was not expecting exceptional performance, but i was pleasantly surprised, as they turned out to be as good as the major...

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Excellent

“Great Nappies”

published 31/08/2000

Good nappy, kept everything in. Good price

None

I have tried most of the major makes of nappies for my daughter and most of the shops owns such as Tescos, Asda, Safeway and Sainsburys. When she was a newborn I really liked Asdas own but now that she is older I have decided that the best ones for her are Sainsburys own. They are a great fit and...

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“To leak or not to leak?”

published 02/12/2003

Nice design

Cant Hold much

I don't really want to bad mouth a product that I'm still using but sainsburys perform and protect nappies have a mind of their own. They come in a variety of sizes, premature, new born, midi, maxi, maxi +, junior and extra large. My son is only 21 months old and weighs a small weight of 25lbs. I...

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