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Coles Nappies

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    1.7 (42)
  • Ease of Use
    2.1 (41)
  • Comfort
    1.8 (40)
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Kalynda S.
Kalynda S.Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

Have baby a terrible rash

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We always use Huggies but we needed to save money, as soon as I changed baby had huge rash , we used Huggies again and tried these after the rash went away, as soon as we used another to get through the packet the rash was back. Will never buy again

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Elizabeth Patricia
Elizabeth PatriciaSydney, NSW
  • 4 reviews
  • 4 likes

Great nappies!

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Surprised at the bad reviews.
Have liked these nappies from newborn onwards, without any issues whatsoever.
They are comfy with a good stretchy waistband, easy to apply and inexpensive.
I prefer them to most other nappies.
The only brand to rival these is Babylove, which I think are a touch better than Cub for absorbency.

Purchased at Coles for $10.

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Leaks through every night without fail

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I have never had a problem with my son wetting through until I tried these nappies. Terrible absorbency and always leaks during the night. I will never be buying this brand again

Purchased in at Coles Supermarkets for $16.

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Peter H.
Peter H.Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

Don’t waste your money

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Basically useless. Pathetic absorbency and tabs aren’t sticky enough. Fine if you don’t mind changing your baby (and their soaking clothes) every 5 minutes. Otherwise leave well alone. Sizing also doesn’t make much sense.

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Breana H.
Breana H.Hunter Region, NSW
  • 2 reviews

Awful

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Whilst they feel soft you may as well use a paper towel as a nappy and it would do the same job. Exterior of nappy was wet to touch after 2hrs, clothes were damp every time. Wouldn’t buy these ever again.

Purchased in at Coles for $16.

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Sam
Sam Sydney Surrounds, NSW

The worst

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Needed a cheaper option for our bub as we have always used huggies. She is 16 months old, we are very diligent with changes etc! I’ve never seen her have a rash like she has with using these for 48 hours, no retention of her poo in the solid nappies and those crystallised balls everywhere!

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Dont use

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Worst nappy. The glue is terrible and nappy doesnt fit property. 4 out of 5 times the nappy leaks from the sides making clothes totally wet. Hv to change it after 1 hour to avoid leaks.

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Vy N.
Vy N.Central Highlands and Goldfields, VIC
  • 5 reviews
  • 5 likes

Destroy baby skin

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Terrible product, don’t buy it, it will crack down your baby sensitive skin. That’s why it’s very cheap due to the material is terrible. My baby keep crying until we realised the nappy area crashed

Purchased in at Coles for $20.

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Leaks. Every time.

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These nappies have leaked every single time we've used them as a night nappy. Absolutely would not buy them again, they're useless. If you want to avoid middle-of-the-night strip downs and bedding changes, do not buy these nappies.

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Annabel R.
Annabel R.North Queensland, QLD
  • 2 reviews
  • 1 like

Would never go back

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When I found these nappies everything changed! More absorbent that huggies or babylove. Lasts us longer because there’s more than a packet and half the price! Started using these when bub started in size 2 and he’s now size 6!

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Adam W.
Adam W.Greater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC

My baby had blisters because of these nappies!

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I’m in complete shock how they can manufacture these nappies. We tried these and found within hours they caused a major rash and chaffed into a blister! How dare you!

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silvercons
silverconsSydney, NSW
  • 5 reviews

Gave my little one nappy rash

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We ran out of our usual Woolworths Little Ones nappies and was doing an onlines Coles order so I thought I would give these a try. Right out of the bag they looked poorly constructed. It was thin and flimsy. On the 2nd day my little one had a rash (she rarely ever gets rashes), the rash got worse despite more frequent changes and using Sudocream. By the end of the 2nd day I ditched the Coles. Back to our trusty Woolworths nappies!

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Bobby Downing
Bobby Downing
  • 24 reviews
  • 34 likes

Utterly useless

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Leak every single time, even if my child wets only once (10 months old so not like a big wee) and God forbid if you try to use these as night nappies.

Will end up costing you more in laundry and nappies (as they need changing every single wet, no matter how small)

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CCAR
CCAR
  • 8 reviews
  • 2 likes

Shocking

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I will never buy these nappies again! Leakage every single night, they smell bad, and they don’t even fit properly.. Bought a size 6 for 2.5 yr old and the tabs are so short, and he’s not even chubby!

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Fits
FitsBankstown
  • 8 reviews
  • 5 likes

Changed, now leaks

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Was using Cub nappy pants for ages, Suddenly I bought I pack and found that they were completely different and bam, leaking every night. I've had to go back to Huggies :( which is an obvious bigger expense but there is no way I can be bothered to deal with washing both kid and bed everyday, especially in winter! No way.

Purchased at Coles Supermarkets for $10.

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Questions & Answers

Cloudlyy
Cloudlyyasked

Will these fit my 24kg 10 year old who has problems day and night wetting and pooping? We tried drynites, pull ups and even reusables, but i think taped will be good. Any suggestions will help!

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Fired Up
Fired Up

Yes. Try it out and report back

Fee B.
Fee B.asked

Are cubs nappies made in australia

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Fired Up
Fired Up

Should be listed on the packaging

Cloudlyy
Cloudlyy

They're made in China

Nikki
Nikkiasked

Can anyone compare the size of the 16kg+ Cub Nappies? I find the Huggies too small, the Baby love 15 - 25kg are much larger are the Cub a similar size?

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Fired Up
Fired Up

Yes .. You can

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