Prima Baby Awards 2015 – Nappies Six months+

Is it Pampers, Tesco or Asda that wins our 2015 Prima Baby Award outright?


Gold Award Winner – Pampers Baby-Dry

It’s Pampers!  The baby diaper maker scoops the gold award for its disposable Baby-Dry nappies, which are super absorbent, comfortable and stretchy.


Our MFM tester says the Baby-Dry nappies “handled all types of poo, even the explosive ones,” and the cute designs won her little one over every time. 

£5 for 28 pack, Boots

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Silver Award Winner – Aldi Mamia Ultra Dry Nappies

Loved by our MFM reviewer because the nappies don’t restrict little one’s movement, no matter what was going on inside the nappies, the Aldi Mamia Ultra Dry nappies are also comfortable and non-bulky. 

These diapers also won the silver award due to being strong, absorbent and leak-free when our tester tried it with his twin sons. 

£4.39 for a pack of 48, Aldi

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Bronze Award Winner – The Co-Operative Junior Nappies

Lightweight yet still absorbent and non-bulky when wet, the Co-Operative Junior Nappies are also comfy for baby, which is why it scoops the bronze award.

The side fastenings are secure, but easy to undo and refasten and our MFM tester didn’t have any rips or tears to worry about when undoing her daughter’s nappy – result!

£4 for a pack of 21 nappies, The Co-Operative

Also shortlisted:

Asda Little Angels Action Fit Nappies

Pampers Active Fit Nappies

Superdrug’s My Little Star Maxi Nappies

Sainsbury’s Little Ones Dry Fit 4 + Nappies

Lidl Toujours Maxi Nappies Size 4

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