View Poll Results: Which brand and/or style is the coziest?

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  • Molicare super plus

    4 10.26%
  • Tranquility ATN

    3 7.69%
  • Abena M4

    8 20.51%
  • Dry 27/7

    5 12.82%
  • Bambino's

    7 17.95%
  • Tena (slip maxi?)

    1 2.56%
  • Attends briefs

    1 2.56%
  • Other (Be sure to comment on type/brand)

    10 25.64%
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Thread: Coziest of Diapers

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    Default Coziest of Diapers

    So I haven't seen a post on this subject in what seems like ages. And since I am getting a new case of diapers in soon, I figured I should ask around and get some opinions on the subject. But what is the comfiest diaper to you? Personally I've tried Molicare super Plus's and Tranquility atn's. While I can easily say they're both nicer than normal underwear, I can't help but be curious as to what other brands out there are as soft or even softer than those two!

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    Rearz Safari are probably 50% thicker and fluffier, and 100% more absorbent than anything on your list. ABU Space are a close second by the numbers, but I can't pick a favorite between the two.




    I've tried all of those, and of the ones on your list, the Bambino is the coziest, fluffiest, most comfortable. It's just that there are so many more newer diapers that are even better now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxroxsox View Post
    Rearz Safari are probably 50% thicker and fluffier, and 100% more absorbent than anything on your list. ABU Space are a close second by the numbers, but I can't pick a favorite between the two.

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    I'll second this! Rearz Safari FTW!

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    IF we are talking about the coziest, not the thickest! I voted for Molicare Super Plus, the reason why because it's one of the comfiest diapers I've worn and I have worn plenty of different brands

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    The most comfy cozy diapers I have worn so far are the I.D slip super and maxi, they are my favorites right now and the only one I can even think of thats close is the northshore supreme.

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    I have not tried the ABU line yet.
    I think 24/7 is cozier than the Abena 4 becuase of the waistband and larger sizing.
    ATN is my "perfect daytime diaper"; very absorbent, no leaks for me, and economical enough for daily use, but not as "cozy" as a thicker diaper.
    Bambinos are very nice and absorbent and cozy too.
    I have not used Molicare in a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleICme View Post
    I have not tried the ABU line yet.
    I think 24/7 is cozier than the Abena 4 becuase of the waistband and larger sizing.
    ATN is my "perfect daytime diaper"; very absorbent, no leaks for me, and economical enough for daily use, but not as "cozy" as a thicker diaper.
    Bambinos are very nice and absorbent and cozy too.
    I have not used Molicare in a long time.
    You're missing out on a great experience. The new ABU diapers are incredible. They are thicker and have a better capacity than Belissimos. The detail that they put in to the entire experience is great. Even the bags are cute. Even the tapes are better.

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    Abu little paws, sooooo soft and bulky c:

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    I've tried everything on the list and then some. No real complaints about any of them. That said, the mostest comfiest diaper I've ever worn is Aww So Cute. So soft, so fluffy, and pretty cute too.

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