Top 5 Nappy Disposals of 2013

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With the arrival of a new baby, parents suddenly become much busier. They barely have enough time to feed, clothe, and wash themselves as they struggle to adjust to the presence of a new and demanding person in the home. Instead of running to the outdoor garbage with one smelly nappy after another, parents benefit from having a convenient nappy receptacle directly next to their baby's changing area. Most of the top nappy disposals of 2013 feature odour-locking technology and other features which simplify life for parents. While these systems are available in local baby shops, buyers also check eBay to find better prices.
1 AngelCare Nappy Disposal System
AngelCare Nappy Disposal System

For 2013, the AngelCare Nappy Disposal System continues to gain high rankings amongst parents. This deluxe system includes many carefully designed features that make parents' lives easier. First of all, the unit includes a double protection barrier against the smell and the sanitary challenges of dirty nappies. Parents simply use the pedal to access the interior of the unit and drop the nappy into the bin without ever having to touch the unit's surface. They do not have to bend far down or use a lever in order to dispose of the nappy. Once the bin closes, it seals odours inside, keeping the air of the room fresh. When the disposal system is full, users open it, close up the bag, and insert a new multilayered bag from the refill cassette. Normally, users must swap out the bag at least once a week.


2 Tommee Tippee Sangenic Nappy Disposal System
Tommee Tippee Sangenic Nappy Disposal System

Another favourite amongst parents is the Tommee Tippee Sangenic Nappy Disposal System. Tommee Tippee products traditionally feature thoughtful design and high-quality materials, and the nappy disposals available for 2013 are no exception. The twist and lock mechanism of this nappy disposal system ensures that foul odours stay inside and do not contaminate the air of the baby's bedroom. The system includes a unique feature: a plunger which allows parents to push the nappy further into the bin to create room for more nappies. A typical Tommee Tippee Sangenic Nappy Disposal System holds about 28 nappies of a size 3 or smaller. Larger nappy sizes take up a little more space, so the system does not hold as many of those. The refill cassettes that work with the Sangenic system include a special film that provides antibacterial protection. Under average use, one refill cassette lasts three or four weeks.


3 Odourproof Diaper Champ Nappy Pail
Odourproof Diaper Champ Nappy Pail

The Odourproof Diaper Champ nappy pail boasts an affordable price and easy-to-use design. Users operate the nappy pail with just one hand, which is a vital benefit for busy parents. The Odourproof Diaper Champ nappy pail also features a child lock to keep dirty nappies away from curious little ones. One of the primary advantages of the Diaper Champ nappy pail is that it does not require special refill cassettes or cartridges of the same brand. Instead, it uses standard trash bags, which are cheaper to buy and easier to find in stores or online. For parents who are expecting in 2013 or 2014, the Diaper Champ is an ideal choice.


4 Safety 1st Nappy Bin

Simple to use, the Safety 1st nappy bin only requires parents to press the pedal to open the unit. To close it, they need a free hand to snap the lid tightly. The design and the required pedal pressure make this nappy bin virtually childproof, keeping dirty nappies out of the hands of exploring babies. Inside the Safety 1st nappy bin, a special deodorising disc combats smells, offering an extra layer of protection against foul odours in addition to the can's external seal. The Safety 1st nappy bin does require refills that fit its design, so users expect to invest in refill cartridges rather than in regular plastic trash bags.


5 Bambino Mio Nappy Bucket
Bambino Mio Nappy Bucket

Another top nappy disposal product which continues to grow in popularity throughout 2013 is the Bambino Mio nappy bucket. Compact and portable, this unit features a snug lid that parents lock shut to keep in odours and ward off small, prying fingers. The Bambino Mio nappy bucket works for disposable nappies, but it also excels as storage for cloth nappies. Owners attach a mesh laundry bag to the hooks on the bucket's interior and toss in the cloth nappies as they become soiled. When the bucket is full, owners simply dump its entire contents into the washing machine for a thorough cleaning.



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