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Old 06.03.2012, 13:39
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Pampers for a resonable price

From reading through the threads, have noticed that there are alot of members with babys and going to be soon parents. I know how the costs in Switzerland also are so very high and with a little baby does not make it easier when you got to plan in boxes of pampers.

Here is a link where I order my pampers and that in an amount that last for four months. Is much cheaper and the big plus point is you must not carry them yourself as they get sent to your front door.

http://www.babymueller.ch/

They have also a range of many other products and are very good. I know there are cheaper solutions in the Migro and Aldi but from experience I find the pampers products are worth it. They keep dry, are very thin and I use half the amount that my friend uses for her baby. (and my daughter really drinks alot!)

Any way, just wanted to let you know and maybe there is the one or other member who will try it out. Enjoy the week and loooove the sun that seems to be pushing through the clouds.
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Old 07.03.2012, 09:41
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Re: Pampers for a resonable price

We tried many different kinds and I just wanted to share my opinion... I personally didn't like Pampers. Not just because the price, but because of the overpowering smell of chemicals and they often didn't help any better against accidental leakage. After many different trials of different diapers... We found the ones from Lidl to be the best for our baby (he is a rather skinnybaby), and for less than 10Francs a pack, a very hard price to beat
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Re: Pampers for a resonable price

I also preferred Lidl ones to the others. Pampers seemed to always leak down the legs and Huggies would leak if the folded bits weren't out all around between the legs.
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Old 07.03.2012, 10:12
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Re: Pampers for a resonable price

We use the Lidl ones too!
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Us too they are great !
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Re: Pampers for a resonable price

I also did not like the pampers or huggies brand. We buy ours from germany...we get about 5 or 6 packs at a time. it's a nice little day trip to get away from the hustle and bustle around here
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Re: Pampers for a resonable price

We find the diapers sold in Denner to be quite decent.
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Re: Pampers for a resonable price

I too tried huggies and pampers and hated them both, i always used the migros millete brand. Every 3 months or so, they would sell them with 50% off, so i would buy a large amount then, i do not think i ever bought 1 nappy for full price. It worked out at the same price as Lidl and other budget brands. My friend swears by the denner ones.

I think the lesson to be learned here is, the cheaper own brands are often as good if not better.
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