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what makes a good changing bag?

(4 Posts)
mummytobejuly2014 Sun 16-Feb-14 16:59:14

1st time parents. Would like opinions as to what makes a good/useful changing bag. Got the free boots one but it seems tiny/narrow opening at the zip. Think id like a wider opening neck if that makes sense. Have seen the dotty one online from next www.next.co.uk/x534332s1#881547x53 altho it may be pants in real life, it looks good in the book though. Like the shape of the yummy mummy ones but can't justify the cost & secondhand ones on ebay seem to have taken a battering. Ideally dont want to spend any more than £40. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Twinsplusonesurprise Sun 16-Feb-14 20:43:08

I can't remember the brand of mine, I bought it 3 yrs ago you see. I think the best features are
Easy access
Couple of pouches to separate nappies/wipes from the big middle section
Roll up wipe able mat
Secure zip close
Strap to hang on pram
Waterproof
The useless bit I think is the insulated pouches which I never used.
Hth.

Mrscupcake23 Sun 16-Feb-14 20:54:16

TK max have some Good ones

curlyclaz13 Sun 16-Feb-14 21:06:46

Lightweight, waterproof and a few zippered pickets. I have one a friend lent me, I found out it was not waterproof after getting caught in rain then finding the changes of clothes were damp so we don't use it now.
we now use a back pack as I often have ds in a sling. Cheap change mat from mothercare and thats all I really needed.

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