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Can anyone recommend a long-lasting reed diffuser!?!

(23 Posts)
Appuskidu Fri 13-Oct-17 14:21:33

Something costing less than £20 would be nice!

Are any of the Next ones nice!?

bossyboo Fri 13-Oct-17 19:03:45

Fired Earth are nice especially the back tea and jasmine . Long lasting and roughly £20!

bluebells1 Fri 13-Oct-17 19:11:23

Sainsbury's do some good ones and you get refills as well. I forgot the name.

michellegreen22 Fri 13-Oct-17 19:13:19

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Monkeypuzzle32 Fri 13-Oct-17 19:14:19

I bought a Bext one and it stunk, didn't last that long either really-then I bought s £3 Orimark one which I really like and it's lasted about 5 months so far with lots to go!

Monkeypuzzle32 Fri 13-Oct-17 19:14:49

Next and Primark obviously

KingPrawnOkay Fri 13-Oct-17 19:15:45

I got one from Paperchase, £12/£15 I think and it supposedly lasts six months, I’ve had mine for about three and it’s not even 3/4 empty!

LoniceraJaponica Fri 13-Oct-17 19:15:55

I bought one in Sainsburys last week. The box says it lasts for about 10 weeks. Our downstairs toilet smells lovely just now.

ziggy1986 Fri 13-Oct-17 19:19:19

Can't be the White Company but obvs over £20

twodoors Fri 13-Oct-17 19:23:35

I've got the Aldi or Lidl (can't remember which one as my mum bought it for me) fake Jo Malone one. Smells lovely every time I walk in my door and I've had it a couple of weeks so far.

Appuskidu Fri 13-Oct-17 19:29:59

Thanks for the replies!

What is that one called, twodoors?!

twodoors Fri 13-Oct-17 20:10:07

I'm in the bath at the mo but its these ones smile

Topsyloulou Sat 14-Oct-17 08:01:30

I've got the Aldi pomegranate one in my kitchen & it's great. Strong smell without being overpowering. They do scented candles in the same fragrances but none of the Aldo's round here stick them sadly.

zippydoodaar Sun 15-Oct-17 15:38:03

This smells lovely...

No idea how long it will last.

Hairydilemma Sun 15-Oct-17 15:42:08

I've found Laura Ashley ones to smell the nicest and last the longest. They start off about £20 but I always get them when they're doing a promotion (which seems to be about 90% of the time) and they're about £14.

DamnDeDoubtanceIsSpartacus Sun 15-Oct-17 16:01:44

They sell lovely ones in TK Max at great prices.

meltingmarshmallows Sun 15-Oct-17 16:04:25

The next one I had smelled amazing and lasted ages!

BoomBoomBoomBoooom Sun 15-Oct-17 16:26:34

Hayland and Whittle's clementine and prosecco smells amazing and lasts a fair decent while.

LunchBoxPolice Mon 16-Oct-17 10:09:40

Next are good, and Tx Maxx often have some really good ones for less than £10.
I also bought one from M&S that was lovely.

OCSockOrphanage Thu 19-Oct-17 11:31:19

St Eval Candle Co Bay and Rosemary scent is fresh and herbal.

Bubblesblue Thu 19-Oct-17 11:33:15

Next, Sainsburys and tk maxx.

undertheradarplease Wed 25-Oct-17 00:05:10

Of all the Next diffusers I much prefer the 'Miami' to the other scents they do, it smells like holiday in a bottle! I've tried Primark ones but didn't find the scent strong enough to make a difference.

thiskittenbarks Thu 26-Oct-17 10:58:24

I'm sure you're stocked up now but I love love love the true grace ones. They are a little expensive but they last about 3x as long as other ones I've tried (lily flame, next, dunelm, and about every brand they sell in homesense / tk max) and I can actually smell them when I walk in a room. And the scents are beautiful. Also I have never bought the whole reed diffuser (I think they are £40-£50) I just buy the refills for £20 and put them in bottles I already have and get new reeds (£1 from Waitrose etc).
Although I just got the aldi ones that smell exactly the same as jo Malone pomegranate noir and I was impressed- although all the liquid had nearly gone and I've only had it a few weeks. Still a total bargain though (around £3 I think)

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