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Review: Mamia Supa Fit Nappy

Posted by EB Product Panel , 19 December 2012 · 10702 views


Thank you for reviewing Mamia Supa Fit Nappies.

Below are some questions which may help you with writing your review, though you do not have to follow this format. You can also include other information that you feel is relevant or helpful in providing information on the product.

• What were your initial impressions of the product?
• Did you think the product was easy to use?
• What was your favourite thing about the product?
• What ideas do you have to make the product better?
• Would you recommend this product to others?

Please note: We ask you to provide reviews that are constructive and fair in assessing the positive and negative qualities of the product.

Thanks for your time and we look forward to reading your review.




• What were your initial impressions of the product?
A good amount of nappies in the package

• Did you think the product was easy to use?
Yes very easy to use

• What was your favourite thing about the product?
The amount of liquid that it could hold without seeping through

• What ideas do you have to make the product better?
Nicer pictures on it

• Would you recommend this product to others?
Yes most certainly
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Mamia Walker Unisex Nappies 13-18kg 48pk
• What were your initial impressions of the product?
Packaging looks great. State very clearly about the product . I love how the packaging can be snapped in half for easy opening.

• Did you think the product was easy to use?
Yes, especially if you have active baby.

• What was your favourite thing about the product?
It is value for money. And it is a quality product

• What ideas do you have to make the product better?
Have it in bulk, instead of in 48nappies per package

• Would you recommend this product to others?
Off course.
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Mamia Walker Unisex Nappies 13-18kg 48pk
• What were your initial impressions of the product?

The packs looked good, very easy to open

• Did you think the product was easy to use?

Yes the tabs are very stretchy.


• What was your favourite thing about the product?

Comparing the sizing to other brands these nappies are more generous-which is a big bonus

• What ideas do you have to make the product better?

I would love a nappy that doesn't have any pictures on it. Alot of my daughters clothing you can see the pictutures of the nbappies through her clothes.

• Would you recommend this product to others?

Sure wood. They are great, with an even better price tag!
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Newborn
• What were your initial impressions of the product?
Simple Unisex design, easy to open

• Did you think the product was easy to use?
Yes, from opening the packet to the nappies themselves. Great tabs.

• What was your favourite thing about the product?
They coped better than I expected with #3's

• What ideas do you have to make the product better?
Maybe plainer/lighter designs so you can't see them under clothes. Definitely wish that all Mamia nappies came in bulk permanently.

• Would you recommend this product to others?
Yes and I already do. Unbeatable value.
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These nappies are a great buy, and at a low price they ARENT low in quality!

• What were your initial impressions of the product?
Standard plastic packaging, not too wasteful. Colors of the packaging are bright and attractive and packaging is neutral and not boyish or girlish. Packaging is also very informative and shows other Mamia products that I wasnt previously aware of.
• Did you think the product was easy to use?
Very easy to use. The great thing about this product that other nappies dont have is the extra flaps on the front hips that overlap with velcro that does the nappy up. This means you have extra coverage and less chance of the nappy coming undone or riding up.
• What was your favourite thing about the product?
My favourtie thing about these nappies is the quality of the elastic leak guards around the legs. They have a triple layer of elastic that means you have less chance of a blowout!
• What ideas do you have to make the product better?
The only thing I could think of to improve this product is perhaps to have a 'boy' and 'girl' range with cute pictures on the nappy, rather than just the unisex ones as the pictures on the unisex nappies are quite ordinary and almost look boyish.
• Would you recommend this product to others?
Definitely. It is a quality product at a fraction of the price and you dont even have to buy in bulk like some other brands in order to get the great price. I will definitely be using these nappies in the future..
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Toddler

• What were your initial impressions of the product?

Easy pack to open

• Did you think the product was easy to use?

Yes, easy to put on with a wiggly baby.


• What was your favourite thing about the product?

Not chunky so easy to put on shorts/pants without having a massive padded bottom. Yet it still was very absorbent

• What ideas do you have to make the product better?

Possibly have packs in bulk.

• Would you recommend this product to others?

Yes - good on price and just as absorbent as other "higher priced" nappies
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sars_angelchik
Jan 22 2013 05:25 PM
I reviewed the Mamia Infant sized nappies-

My initial impression of this product was of satisfaction- the product appeared attractive and colourful and looked like it would be up to the standards that I would expect. I love the unisex pattern on the nappies, the size is good and Aldi are the only nappies that I have seen that have tabs at the front to make for a better fit and reduce the risk of leakages.
The product is as easy to use as any other nappy that I have tried and I have used brands such as Huggies, Baby Love, Coles, etc.  
My favourite thing about the product is that it is made from a material that seems to feel a lot drier when the nappy is full. I have tried the Baby Love 'Dri wave' nappies before and found that whilst they were a satisfactory product, the Aldi branded nappies are actually better at making my little one feel drier over night and they also seem to be better at keeping in her poos, which can be quite large as she is breast fed and often won't poo for a few days. The other thing that I will comment on is that the tabs aren't so sticky that they get stuck and I have trouble pulling them out when putting the clean nappy on baby. I found that recently when using Huggies, many of the tabs were stuck down so badly that I was almost having to tear them to get them undone and ready for use.
I think the product could be better if they had girl and boy designs, as some of the bigger brands do, but other than that I can't think of anything that I would change as they are an excellent product that I will definitely use in the future.
I highly recommend this product! It is much cheaper than all the branded nappies and I think it has a superior quality, even to Huggies.
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I reviewed the toddler size

What were your initial impressions of the product?
I found the design on them quite ugly, specifically the poo brown coloured koala. It's quite unattractive. Also while flat, they are thicker than my usual brand so take up more room in my bag.

• Did you think the product was easy to use?
Yes. As easy as any other brand.

• What was your favourite thing about the product?
My daughter (21m) loved the koalas. She thinks its fantastic and when it's nappy change time she actually asks for the "koala nappy".
Nice long stretchy tabs are very good.
Good that its unisex.

• What ideas do you have to make the product better?
If you took off the brown koala and just kept the blue and green ones they would be much nicer looking. I found it awkward that the pack wasnt split into smaller packs inside.

• Would you recommend this product to others?
No. Compared to my current brand (woolies select) they are fatter before use and much bigger in use (at least 1/3 more puffed up with wee than my normal brand). Also as said before, they are quite ugly.

I would say these are as good as huggies, but not as good as my usual brand.
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Mamia Junior Unisex Nappies 16-25kg 44pk
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hair salons
Jan 28 2013 05:37 PM
• What were your initial impressions of the product?
the kid's surprising make me take a look at the product
• Did you think the product was easy to use?
clear using construction, no leakage
• What was your favorite thing about the product?
the price is cheap but the quality is not compromising.
• What ideas do you have to make the product better?
make it more comfortable
• Would you recommend this product to others?
if someone ask me, i will recommend this product
hair salons
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Aldi Nappies Sample: Walker (13 - 18kgs)

• Initial impressions of the product:
The nappies seemed thinner than my usual brand (Huggies) so I was concerned about absorbency initially, but found that they were fine - my daughter is now only wearing a night-time nappy.

• Did you think the product was easy to use?
Yes, simple to use. No leakage.

• What was your favourite thing about the product?
My daughter really liked the design on the nappies (dinosaurs) and wanted to wear these instead of our usual brand!

• What ideas do you have to make the product better?
Make available in WA.  Aldi is currently not available here.

• Would you recommend this product to others?
Yes, if they were available in WA.
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Toddler 10-15kg

• What were your initial impressions of the product?

Simple, bright packaging. The nappies themselves felt soft and a decent thickness, the koala design isn't that attractive to me, but it was a novelty for my son who liked to have a good look at it while I was taking off his dirty nappy.

• Did you think the product was easy to use?

The nappies were easy to use, easy to unfold and unfold the sticky tabs which helps with a wriggly toddler.

• What was your favourite thing about the product?

I like the tabs which help you to get a good fit when fastening the sticky tabs.

• What ideas do you have to make the product better?

Maybe a funkier design? But that is cosmetic, not functional. I was very happy with the quality of the nappies, especially for the low price.

• Would you recommend this product to others?

Definitely. The quality is comparable with more expensive nappies.
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Trialled Toddler 10-15kgs
What were your initial impressions of the product?
They were very thin. It doesn’t look like they could do the job properly but they do


• Did you think the product was easy to use?
Yes. It opened out like a normal disposable nappy. The sticky grips on the side worked well, holding the nappy together tightly.


• What was your favourite thing about the product?
I liked the easy to open plastic perforated section in the middle of the nappy packet. Such a simple idea but very useful


• What ideas do you have to make the product better?
Maybe to make the leg elastic abit firmer. We didn’t have any leaks but there could be a potential if you brought the size too big for your baby


• Would you recommend this product to others?
I would. I think for a lower priced disposable nappy, they done a great job on my bub. Would suggest to anyone that they purchase the Mamia nappy brand

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Crawler 6-11kg

• What were your initial impressions of the product?

Bright packaging, easy to read and identify size. Nappy seemed thinner than other disposables. Cute design. Easy to find tabs and put on right way first time (believe me this can be an issue when sleep deprived!)

• Did you think the product was easy to use?

Yes. Once I figured out where to open the packet.

• What was your favourite thing about the product?

The stretchy tabs helped to get the fit right

• What ideas do you have to make the product better?

I'm finding that although my DD is smack bang in the middle of the recommended weight range, the rise doesn't seem to be big enough for her. Leg elastic fits fine but top gapes a bit, or top is nice and snug and it's uncomfortable around the legs. Consequently we have had a few overnight leaks although day times are fine. She is tall for her age though. I think we may have to give sizing up a go.

• Would you recommend this product to others?

Yes.
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