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Did tesco choose the right nappy to sell (your ideas)

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northernruth
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Re: Did tesco choose the right nappy to sell (your ideas)

Postby northernruth » Sun Nov 21, 2010 2:34 pm

Annette wrote:
Frances wrote:Really positive step, but I'd rather have seen Ittis (of all the mass-produced nappies) just because I think they're even cuter :D Nice to see a British brand though.


I definately have to disagree there - Ittis can be such a hit and miss with people, so many people find they leak or get outgrown too quickly



Totally agree with this, Ittis are rubbish IMO (well, didn't work for us at all!) so I think that would put people off totally.

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Re: Did tesco choose the right nappy to sell (your ideas)

Postby northernruth » Sun Nov 21, 2010 2:41 pm

Annette wrote:I do agree about not having anywhere to turn for help though.


But having help isn't Tescos retail model. And what would we rather, that they didn't stock them at all? It's a good step in getting easy to use cloth nappies "out there" into the mainstream.

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Re: Did tesco choose the right nappy to sell (your ideas)

Postby megansmummy » Sun Nov 21, 2010 3:17 pm

I think CNT should stike a deal with tots and get a bussiness card put in the package for hep and support :wink:

I think its a great step, they are easy to use, cute and being an AIO deffinatly the more 'sposie' like out of all cloth nappies :) Being a BTP too will promote the money saving side of it, i for one have been put off buying sized nappies becuase im scared i will buy the wrong size or it will be outgrown to quickly...

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Re: Did tesco choose the right nappy to sell (your ideas)

Postby Frances » Sun Nov 21, 2010 4:58 pm

OK, I admit defeat, you've all convinced me and I will be heading to Tescos next week to swap my Clubcard vouchers for 5 Easyfits :D

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Re: Did tesco choose the right nappy to sell (your ideas)

Postby choccylisa » Sun Nov 21, 2010 5:03 pm

Frances wrote:OK, I admit defeat, you've all convinced me and I will be heading to Tescos next week to swap my Clubcard vouchers for 5 Easyfits :D

I got four white ones for the baby and 2 patterned for Kellan :giggle: I don't like cotton outers usually but even I admit it's a good deal on double vouchers :D

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Re: Did tesco choose the right nappy to sell (your ideas)

Postby Kirstyh » Sun Nov 21, 2010 5:09 pm

are all stores selling them now or just the big ones? x

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Re: Did tesco choose the right nappy to sell (your ideas)

Postby kermitgirl » Sun Nov 21, 2010 6:33 pm

It's the 100 biggest of the Tesco Extra stores. I don't know if they are planning to roll out more. I saw them at Bar Hill nr Cambridge on Friday

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Re: Did tesco choose the right nappy to sell (your ideas)

Postby peachy.moo » Sun Nov 21, 2010 7:56 pm

I just wish they stocked them in northern Ireland & down here in the republic!!! Seriously need encouragement over here to get people using!!!

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Re: Did tesco choose the right nappy to sell (your ideas)

Postby *tinkerbellarella* » Mon Nov 22, 2010 8:04 am

had to jump in and say i think it's a fabby idea! if u live near one of the golden stores. we ain't that far away from one and should be getting along to have a looksie at some point (like i really neeeeeed an excuse to buy more!lol) we pretty much atm only use easyfits v2 and i'm surviving on about 40. so yeah to see i could pick them up in the supermarket would be very cool :-)

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