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Pampers Baby Size 4 Dry Nappies 174 Pieces
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon 24 January 2013
Size: 4+Unit Count: 124Vine Customer Review of Free Product( What's this? )
This is giga pack contains four packs of 31 nappies - 124 in total and fit babies between 9 and 20kg. The only problem I have with these packs is that they are so tightly packed that it is difficult to get the first three or four out of the packet without a struggle and you definitely cant get them out one handed.

I must agree with Pampers that these are a better fitting nappy and they don't chaff around the baby's leg top like some elasticated leg types that I've had to use in the past. The nappies are surprisingly light and not as bulky as they used to be. I was skeptical as to whether or not they would hold as much urine as they claimed and keep baby dry all night but I'm pleased to say that they have kept my baby dry and he does wee a lot during the night. When I've changed him his bottom has been dry even though the nappy has been really heavy with pee. The nappies fit really well around the body so he's not had any accidents with poo slipping out of the sides either (gross I know but that's what babies do!)

All in all these are very good nappies and a good size pack which saves me running to the shop every two minutes.
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127 of 145 people found the following review helpful
on 28 January 2014
Reading the last review, I've encountered the same problem. I have been buying Giga packs of Pampers No. 5 Nappies for about 10 months - up until now, I've been happy with the quality and performance of the nappies. However, the last batch was very disappointing as the quality was nowhere near as good as previous batches: the sides split regularly and the nappy itself appeared to be less absorbent, with my son frequently waking early in the morning soaked through. They were also unable to cope with large volumes of No. 2! I noticed that the designs on these nappies were different from previous packs, and I wonder weather they were not intended for the UK market? It would be good if Amazon could ensure consistency in the quality of these nappies from Pampers. Also, the price fluctuates from about £16 to £20 from month to month - I'd be willing to pay the additional amount to secure the usual high quality nappy.
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81 of 93 people found the following review helpful
on 19 March 2015
They're nappies and do what nappies do. Not had any problems with the product - everything our baby has managed to squeeze into them has been successfully contained, but we've not been so neglectful as to try and leave the poor mite in the same nappy for 12 straight hours. What I have a massive, planet-sized problem with is Amazon's new policy of only selling essential baby care items to those who want to part with £80 a year for some rubbish called Prime. Nappies and baby wipes are not luxury items and this tactic stinks of corporate greed. Shame on you.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 7 July 2015
I can't believe I would have to join Amazon Prime to get these nappies. I have bought many items off Amazon and this is a pretty disgusting move by them. I will look elsewhere now before a purchase.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 26 July 2015
I have been purchasing Nappies from Amazon since my daughter was a new born. I was happily purchasing Nappies from Size 1 to size 6. I was disgusted to see I am no longer able to buy these unless I sign up to prime. I can't believe amazon think this is a good idea or how the manufacturer have allowed this to happen. Protecter & Gamble should immediately stop supplying Nappies to Amazon.
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71 of 83 people found the following review helpful
on 14 April 2015
We always bought this in the past and we loved it. For Amazon to now think that the only way to keep people buying is to force them into joining prime is such a daft idea. Bye bye on this.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 21 May 2015
It's frustrating having to join prime just to be able to order these nappies. We don't have time to watch telly or stream movies online with children around and also we prefer reading books to kindle. I have been a regular and loyal customer to Amazon as I don't look anywhere else of a lot of our household shopping but this is the limit. Off to Boots to look for their offers.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 9 August 2015
Seriously, so you can only buy this product if you have prime membership! Rest assured i'm never signing up for prime membership...if i ever was.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 4 February 2015
Update from 25th of March 2015: changing my rating from 5 stars to 1 star. Just found out that this item is suddenly reserved to "Prime Members", an "optional" £80/year service. Amazon's aggressive method to make this program successful is extremely unpleasant. Nappies are not a luxury. Forcing the hand of the customer is bad business practice, I am surprised the genius who came up with the idea didn't know that. I am very disappointed.
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This pack offers good value and it usually lasts a little longer than a month. I must say, it is exactly what we need for our 13 month toddler.
Nappies are scent-free and hold a mess well. Baby skin shows no sign of rash either, which makes me happy.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on 29 May 2015
As others have said not being forced to join Amazon Prime to make a purchase. Hopefully the volume of complaints will help Amazon realize this was a bad idea.
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