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mabo wrote:I've actually tried an old-style Bitto Boo - and it works really well! No problems containing poo and very absorbant AND trim!zoeyboo wrote:Hmmm,
maybe we could get someone based in oz to buy a few & send them to the UK, we could share postage, a bit like a co-op?
Is that allowed?
I'd say that is allowed, although I am not sure if it works out cheaper getting someone to buy them first instead of buying direct... Aus International post gets incredibly expensive once a parcel goes over 500 grams (about nappies) and Itti might have a better deal for bulk postage. I'll get you some quote to give you an idea
rhead wrote:Bizarrely, they're no more expensive from the French stockist - I have one on the way to try.
Here's the site: http://www.lilinappy.com/couche-classiq ... bitti.html. It looks like she does a flat rate of 11,90 € for postage to Europe regardless of the weight - postage is free in France over 69 €, if people were interested I wouldn't mind ordering them and posting them to the UK, or doing the ordering if the French is an obstacle and having them sent to someone over there to redistribute (depending on the quantities, that might be more economical!). Maybe I should see about interest in a mini-coop?
ETA More a group order really, I don't think there would be a discount apart from spreading the postage costs around.