OiOi Eclipse Dot Tote Baby Changing Bag

from OiOi
RRP  £28.22
OiOi Eclipse Dot Tote Baby Changing Bag

by Sophie Knight |
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Find out what our parent testers thought of the OiOi Eclipse Dot Tote Baby Changing Bag.

Tested by mum Elizabeth Emmanuel for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow mum?

What a wonderful changing bag!  Lovely, feminine looking and very practical. The OiOi Eclipse Dot Tote Baby Changing Bag is a bag that will be well used after it is no longer required for its original purpose!

How does this product make your life easier as a mum?

Good compartments inside. A space for everything required.  A pleasure to carry the nappies etc in this.

If you could change one thing about this product what would it be?

Do you make them in other colours?

Tested by mum Naomi White for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow mum?

A great change bag, unbelievably stylish. When I first saw the OiOi Eclipse Dot Tote Baby Changing Bag I thought it looked just like a large handbag, every mum's dream bag and such good value for money.  The interior has lots of pockets for storage of lots of items, it has an insulated bottle bag.  It is spacious for all mum and baby needs. Just loved it.

How does this product make your life easier as a mum?

Holds everything mum and baby need for an outing.

If you could change one thing about this product what would it be?

Nothing, loved it.

Tested by mum Susan Ho for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow mum?

A thoughtfully designed bag, it's a great size but I don't like the outside fabric and I think internally it looks cheap, it might be because it's beige. I also think beige accessories are a bad idea, the change mat feels cheap and easily shows up any dirt especially when you use this outside. The outside surrounding pocket on the OiOi Eclipse Dot Tote Baby Changing Bag is really useful, you can keep non-essential items in it. This is great for my toddler as holds a change of clothes, books etc. Probably too big for a baby. I didn't like the long strap, I thought this was a bit flimsy , I wouldn't pay £99 for this bag. It felt too feminine for my partner and he didn't like the design, he felt it was too much like a handbag.

How does this product make your life easier as a mum?

It's a good size and easily holds all you need for a busy toddler.

If you could change one thing about this product what would it be?

I think it would be better with an internal divide or a central compartment as there is a lot of room and things get lost and I spent time scrambling around. I would also change the internal colour as it's quite beige and cheap looking.

Tested by mum Caroline Tedford for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow mum?

I so love the OiOi Eclipse Dot Tote Baby Changing Bag!  It does not look like a nappy changing bag but it has all the necessary features of one!  It has enough space for all baby's needs and looks really great!

How does this product make your life easier as a mum?

I like that I can carry this bag either over my shoulder or across the body, makes life easier!  Enough space inside and pockets for the necessities.

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