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Note: This topic is for discussing changing bags. See our changing bag reviews to find out which bags we've tested and awarded Mumsnet Best.

Ok which bag do you vote for?
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AlexaChelsea · 31/10/2013 22:11

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AlexaChelsea · 31/10/2013 22:12

Sorry, I've realised you probably like these (hence they've made your shortlist), we obviously have different taste Blush

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Wishfulmakeupping · 31/10/2013 22:13

Storksak one I like it when changing bags don't look like changing bags

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lifesgreatquestions · 31/10/2013 22:14

Another vote for stork sack!

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cece · 31/10/2013 22:15

I never bothered with them. Just had my normal handbag and then put anything else I needed in a carrier. Blush or if I forgot I was one of those annoying mums who would have to cadge things off of other more well prepared people. Blush

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Bunbaker · 31/10/2013 22:15

Why are changing bags so expensive? I just used the one that came with the pram (third hand by the time I got it).

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GuernseyTeddy · 31/10/2013 22:15

Out of those three, probably the storksac.

I've just got the pacapod Oban and love the pod system.

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ZenNudist · 31/10/2013 22:15

I like the storksak one. Seems like it would cover summer & winter.

Black one - dull

Splotchy one - not my thing

On the look out for new bag myself for dc2 due jan. practicality wins. I want one which is a good size.

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DontmindifIdo · 31/10/2013 22:17

I like the storksak one. I find a tote style so you can carry it with handles rather than only over your shoulder/over the buggy handles is a good shape.

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Wishfulmakeupping · 31/10/2013 22:17

Agree with Guernsey pacapods are great I love mine

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cheeseandpineapple · 31/10/2013 22:18

Of the three, as it's winter, the first one. But you don't have to go with an official baby bag. I used a black messenger style bag when my first was born and 10 years on was still using it until it got stolen :(

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ZenNudist · 31/10/2013 22:18

Guernseyteddy I like the idea of paca pod but have heard the zips break easily on them. Hope yours survives well! They can't all break surely?

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DontmindifIdo · 31/10/2013 22:19

Oh and I'm on dc2, have just bought that pink lining "not so plain Jane" bag in green, tis big enough for all the crap I need to carry for 2.

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FannyFifer · 31/10/2013 22:21

I had a leather OiOi one, still on use as a handbag.

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Wishfulmakeupping · 31/10/2013 22:21

zen the zip broke on one of my pods a few weeks ago then sent out a new pod and changing mat straight away the new pods seem to have different zip design so they must have changed them

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cheeseandpineapple · 31/10/2013 22:23

I had another look at the Tote/middle option, it comes in diff colours, on reflection would go for that one out of the three but in a diff colour as I'm a bit bland when it comes to colour but the overall style is classic and versatile.

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tethersend · 31/10/2013 22:24

Wait, what... There's a Changing Bags topic?

Blimey.

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FannyFifer · 31/10/2013 22:26

Leather,10
This is my one.

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GuernseyTeddy · 31/10/2013 23:14

Zen, the zips seem quite sturdy and resilient so far. Think they must have changed the design as can't imagine these breaking easily.

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AngusAndElspethsThistleWhistle · 31/10/2013 23:30

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PetiteMum · 01/11/2013 04:47

Thanks! I would love a leather one but budget won't stretch that far.... This is dc2 so need to be organised this time round. The one thing all 3 have in common us insulated built in pocket so you don't need a separate bottle bag which I love the idea of.... It's my little treat to myself Smile

Looks like storksak might be the winner!

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BonaDea · 01/11/2013 12:51

I vote storksak. Got a lovely leather one as a Christmas pressie when pregnant. I love it.

The good thing about non-leather is that it will be lighter which can only be a good thing!!

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