Wednesday, 21 September 2011

My favourite baby item this week: Tommee Tippee Sangenic Wrap & Go Dispenser

Today I want to tell you about a fantastic little item that every change bag should have, it is the Sangenic Wrap & Go by Tommee Tippee. I am a big fan of the Sangenic Nappy Disposal System so I was pleased to see this clever addition to the range. It is a small nappy bag dispenser with a clip handle that you can attach to your buggy, pop in your bag or keep in your car. It means that you always have a nappy bag when you need it and an effective one at that which contains all odors with it's lemon infused scent, prevents leaks and is anti-bacterial which means it kills 99% germs on contact.

I have found it so useful when I have been visiting friends and need to change Ben. I no longer have to worry about where I am going to dispose of the nappy and if it will smell or leak when I put it in my change bag. I can see it being very handy for when we go swimming or if an emergency change is required in the car amongst many other scenarios. To prove whether it would truly contain odors I put it to the test by wrapping one of Ben's more fragrant nappies and leaving it in the bathroom. I checked an hour later and I can safely say it passed with flying colours so it definitely gets a thumbs up from me.

The Sangenic Wrap & Go dispenser is priced from £4.99 and includes 30 wraps (15 per roll) , Sangenic Hygienic Happy Wrap Refils are also available  priced from £4.99 and includes 3 refills (15 wraps per roll).  The Sangenic Wrap & Go is available from Tesco and Boots amongst other major retailers.

*Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. I received this product free in exchange for a review but this has in way biased my opinion on it - it is a very useful item!


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