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Pampers Active Fit Size 4+ (Maxi+) Monthly Pack - 140 Nappies
Size: Size 4+Unit Count: 140Change
Price:£22.58+Free shipping with Amazon Prime
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142 of 151 people found the following review helpful
on 14 March 2015
I usually buy my baby's pampers from amazon, i have no problem with the product but today something really strange is happening i cannot seem to order one as it is telling me it is reserved for amazon prime subscribers. This seem to be a gimmick which amazon is now adopting to force people to subscribe to the so called product they have called Prime and have some how gotten pampers to agree to it. Unfortunately if prime provided value i would not mind subscribing to it but it offers me nothing, you cannot say i am getting unlimited free delivery when it is not free you are asking me to pay for it, because the so called instant streaming which you have bundled with it is absolutely rubbish, the interface is tedious to use and it makes entertainment laborious! If i want to watch movies i would use Netflix.

Anyway i am not sure whose idea it is to reserve a clearly essential baby product to certain people, i don't mind if you did this for jewellery or some other product but not essential product. Pampers may have lost a customer because right now my friends ask me why i use pampers anyway but i tell them i simply use it because its what my mother used for me! But right now it does not matter any more!

Amazon hear me i do not want to buy movies or TV shows or is it the 1 day delivery you are really selling under the disguise of prime then tell me and don't try to use some dubious marketing skills on me by calling it free!
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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful
on 3 October 2014
I subscribed for monthly delivery of Pampers nappies when the price was 21.00 pounds. I expected to pay this price every single month and was quite shocked to found out that the subscription price you signed for is not guaranteed. It's a real scam, something that I did not expect at all and I am quite disappointed.
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62 of 67 people found the following review helpful
on 16 March 2015
Excellent item from pampers.only amazon prime can buy now though-lost a customer here.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on 30 March 2015
You have Lost another customer due to this silly prime thing you have going on! I brought these weekly to keep my children going! I suggest u get rid of the prime rubbish and u may end up making more money at the end of it! Disgusting how you treat customers
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on 2 April 2015
These are great nappies, have been buying them for 4 years, shame can't buy them any more as not a Prime customer!
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on 26 March 2015
What a stupid con this is!! I don't want to sign up to Prime, I want nappies for my baby, and why does the price keep creeping up each month? Very disappointing Amazon, lost a customer.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 5 July 2015
Way to lose a customer. I find it outrageous you are forcing people to buy into Prime just to buy a baby's essential product. Would you do that to tampons? I see no difference. These are an essential health product, and it's scandalous that you've made this cynical move. I actually was a Prime member for two years, and I considered joining again but since you've decided to blackmail parents into it (did you learn marketing in Holloway?) I can't possibly buy into it when it penalises so many.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 9 January 2015
I am never one to write product reviews but by chance scrolled down and read reviews left by other parents and feel a sigh of relief that I am not the only one this has been happening to, but immense guilt I have allowed my son to be the victim. I have regularly been purchasing pampers nappies starting from size 1 and now onto size 4 and for the past 2 months every night my son has leaked through his nappy, through his clothes and onto the bedding. We kept putting it down to the fact he sleeps on his side as he refuses to sleep on his back or used to blame each other for not putting his nappy on correctly, tightening it more and more every night. It never occurred to me that the nappies I am buying off Amazon are faulty until I ran out and was desperate so went down to my local boots and picked up a packet. For the past week my son has not leaked through. I was using pampers new baby until size 3 alongside active fit during the day and now starting using the baby dry active fit in size 4. This leakage has occurred with every batch I have ordered. I feel so angry at myself for not identifying this earliar and putting my son through all those colds nights of having to wash him and change his clothes. He wakes up every 3 hrs still at night and use to lie in wet clothes until he woke up for his feed and I would realise. Only now after 2 months have I realised as the pampers nappies purchased from boots were perfect and exactly what I expected this top brand nappy to do. From boots even with an offer on I got 124 nappies for £20. On amazon you get £174 for £20.
Very upset I did not make this link before and kept buying from amazon thinking it was the same product but just a better deal as amazon are probably benefiting from economy of scale, hence being able to pass the saving onto us.
Very very upset!!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 8 April 2015
A real con! Used to order these nappies regularly now it's become an exclusive prime customers only product. Another customer lost to thoughtless marketing.
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110 of 131 people found the following review helpful
on 27 August 2013
I signed up for Subscribe and Save in June when the price was £19.20 for this pack. Clearly the expectation is that the price will remain round about the same when you sign for monthly deliveries. Since then, Amazon has conveniently jacked up the price to £31.99 on my most recent order on Aug 22. Thats over 60% higher than the price i signed up for and the general price in the market. Its interesting to see that the price of the product has dropped to £23 just days after they shipped my order. Clearly, a ploy to rip off new parents who have enough on their hands to worry about - the ingoing Amazon assumption seems to be that people like us just wouldn't have the time to check the prices. CONSUMERS BEWARE OF AMAZON SUBSCRIBE & SAVE. Its a scam in broad daylight. Just not what i expected from a company of Amazon's calibre!
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