Tommee Tippee Review: 360 Sealer Diaper Disposal System Tommee Tippee Review: 360 Sealer Diaper Disposal System

Tommee Tippee Review: 360 Sealer Diaper Disposal System

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Now let me start off by saying that I have NEVER had a diaper system. I thought they were pretty much useless simply because I’d throw the dirty diaper in the garbage can in the garage and it was over. However, with our recent move and the new home, I’m at a loss simply because the cans are downstairs and outside. I just don’t see myself disposing of dirty diapers like I use to. So I was excited to review the Tommee Tippee 360 Disposal Diaper Sealer.


Have you ever walked into someone’s home or a room and thought “Man, what’s that smell?”. Often times the stench is the little one’s diaper that is either in the garbage can or in a disposable diaper pail. This recently happened to me at a friends house and I thought to myself “does my house smell like that?”. But, thankfully, I realized that the smell was in the baby’s room and it was the diaper pail. So as a good friend I emptied the stinky diaper pail and took it out to the garbage, and sprayed it down…with Lysol of course! This quickly made me realize how important it is to get a good seal on a wet diaper and that’s just what the Tommee Tippee 360 Sealer does!

I received my box and it was missing a piece to put the actual sealer part together. However, once I received the exact part, I had the sealer put together within minutes. I thought I had lost my marbles trying to put the 360 sealer together!!! The best thing about setting up your new Tommee Tippee 360 Sealer Diaper System is that there are NO tools required!

tommeetippeesealerThe Tommee Tippee 360 Sealer is the only diaper disposal system that completely seals individual dirty diapers in odor trapping filmthat’s right, no more lingering diaper pail odors! It has an easy-to-use design….you simply drop the diaper in the top and twist the dial to seal it away! There is no need to push your hand into the diaper pail wondering what your hand is going to come out smelling like! The diaper drops easily in the receptacle so the process is less mess and more hygienic. The pail is also easy to empty with no need to disassemble or handle dirty diapers.

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Now as a “bargain shopper” the best is the price of the Tommee Tippee 360 Sealer Diaper Disposal System Refills. For around $23 you can receive 300 seals! That’s a lot cheaper than the “competitors” {although they can’t really compete since they don’t block the order!}.

Additional features of the Tommee Tippee 360° sealer:

  • Pail comes fully assembled
  • Pail holds up to 30 diapers
  • Each refill seals up to 100 diapers
  • Film contains built-in antimicrobial protection
  • Color indicator in the film lets you know when you’re running low
  • Film is made from easy to tear material, making emptying the diaper pail quick and simple
  • EasiSlide drawer for easy emptying

The 360 Sealer is available on Amazon. The Tommee Tippee 360 Disposable Diaper sealer would make a great Baby Shower or Welcome New Baby gift!

You may remember my Tommee Tippee bottle review that I wrote almost 2 years ago {man time does fly!}. I absolutely LOVE these bottles for the fact that the nipple is so much a replica of the breast and easy for baby to transition to. Not to mention the design of the bottle allows the baby to grasp the bottle a little sooner than other leading bottles. Although I’ll be breastfeeding, I’m thinking I’ll be pumping and offering a bottle after a few weeks….I’m just not sure how I’m going to deal with a 2-year-old and a newborn. You are welcome to send prayers NOW!

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Disclosure: I was provided with the Tommee Tippee 360 Sealer Diaper Disposable System and bottles for my honest review. All thoughts & opinions are my own!

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    Cindy B
    December 1, 2013 at 7:50 am

    I’ve never had a diaper pail for paper diapers (we used cloth with the first) but I always use paper at first (easier while recovering) so I think this might be handy to have or for the nighttime paper diapers we usually use. Thanks for the review.

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