ASDA Little Angels Nappy Pants review

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RRP  £4.00
ASDA Little Angels Nappy Pants

by Ellie Kirwin-Jones |
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ASDA Little Angels Nappy Pants are perfect for little angels who just can't sit still! SmartFlow absorbency ensures moisture is absorbed quickly and evenly for comfort and super-absorbent gel beads lock away wetness for up to 12 hours. Flexi-fit provides improved stretch and leakage protection for the most active babies. Sensitive skin is cared for with super-soft breathable materials and dermatological accreditation from the Skin Health Alliance. Pull-up action and easy-tear side seams paired with a choice of friendly woodland character or Peppa Pig designs take the stress out of change time, all from 9.5p per pant.

How did this product make your life easier?

Brigitte: Nappies are obviously essential and have a nappy that is durable and does not leak is key. I have not found a pull up that will last overnight and this nappy would not last overnight so I still had to resort to a nappy with tabs. The ASDA Little Angels Nappy Pants pulled on easily but I found it was slightly bulkier than my normal nappy (Pampers) and the nappy did ride up into his cheeks.

Haylee: The ASDA Little Angels Nappy Pants make my life easier as a Mum by being easy to get onto my daughter. She is a very active little girl and doesn't like laying down to have her nappy changed so the quicker I can get this done the better. Being able to teach her to pull up the pants herself is much easier for me and is teaching her so she is ready for potty training when the time comes.

Jessica: These nappies meet my expectations of a nappy. They are comfortable and easy to change. They do occasionally bunch off to one side, which is something I had experienced with all pull-ups. They have excellent absorbency and we used a large packet of 48 nappies without experiencing any leaks. My daughter can move around freely with the nappy on. I have been happy with the product.

Would you recommend this to other mums?

Joulz: I would recommend these ASDA Little Angels Nappy Pants ahead of others due to the cost of them and the colourful design although I would prefer it if they were not a specific character and something a bit more generic. They are much cheaper than the branded versions of pull-up pants.

Katie: I would recommend these nappies to a fellow mum because I’ve not had any leaks – which is the key thing! The nappy pants are also super soft and look nice and comfortable for my daughter. I especially liked the Peppa Pig designs, mostly because my daughter loved them – she really enjoyed getting the nappy pants out of her bag for a change – making it a lot easier for me!

Andrea: They are great pull-ups, my daughter really loved the Peppa pig design and was asking about them all the time. They are very soft and very skin-friendly, comfortable, easy to use and with nice designs. The only thing I did not like it’s that it doesn’t have a line to show you when it’s wet, though if you are using them on a toddler you will really know it by experience.

Would you choose this product to win?

Nicola: I do feel like they should win, I have since testing the product gone and bought myself some more, I went back to other big brand name nappy and noticed the difference, so we will now be buying Asda nappies all the time now. What really makes this product stand out is the quality for the incredible price, it can be expensive buying nappies for kids but if you can get some for a reasonable price but is not lacking in quality then you have definitely found a winner. Also, the packing and all-round style isn’t unpacked by the price, which is lovely to see. You don’t feel like you are getting worse quality for the price.

Brigitte: I think the price point on this nappy is outstanding value. I buy Pampers which I think are unbeatable due to fit, I’ve never had a leak and they are slimline but they are more expensive but I’m happy to pay the price as I can always rely on them to do the job.

Jessica: The price is excellent value for money, usually pull-ups are much more expensive than nappies and they are an important part of getting ready for potty training. We absolutely loved the Peppa Pig design and this would make me buy these nappies again over anything else. Also, they do not leak and do not need to be changed frequently which is good. My daughter can get nappy rash but does not when we are using these nappies. Would recommend.

What changes would you make to this product?

Haylee: I don't feel like anything needs to be changed with the ASDA Little Angels Nappy Pants, we didn't have any issues and I was very happy with it. It was easy to tear the sides open when needing to remove and dispose of. My daughter was happy, dry and comfortable which is exactly what you want from a nappy.

Joulz: I would have more designs on it such as dinosaurs or other generic characters rather than Peppa Pig. I would also prefer it if they had nappies designed for tummy sleepers, no matter what nappy we use he always leaks out of the front unless we double-up his nappies at night (one on forwards and one on backwards) which can’t be comfy for him but is needed!

Katie: I wouldn’t change anything about the usability of these nappy pants, I really can’t fault them. The only thing that would make these nappy pants better would be if the Peppa Pig nappies could be the same price as the non-Peppa Pig nappy pants – but I understand why they would be more money, and to be honest, it might be worth it if you have a wriggly toddler that loves Peppa Pig!!

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