Too bad I can't afford anything right now maybe soon I'll be able to get these and more.
Thanks for the heads up. I was on their site just yesterday or day before yesterday and didn't notice these.
Haven't seen this site before, though those do look like a pretty cute design. If I'm understanding it right, that's basically a complete, waterproof cloth diaper that's a pull on. I'm skeptical that it can do as well as a tape-on diaper, but maybe it's really thick and comfy. I'd be curious to hear from anyone that gets one.
There's a genuine market for these. The last sort of 'bedwetter pant' was the Nikky product, which was made in adult sizes way back in the DP- days. I think almost every other babyish-looking 'training pant' out there requires a plastic pants or you're condemned to leak if you wet. I love the Baby-Pants trainers (both styles) but I want to dribble in them now and then. These will be great, I'm sure.
I really wanted to try that one out because it looks really nice, but unfortunately they can't deliver to my adress (Near Berlin Germany)...I am sad now...
I hope someone can do a little review. I would be curious to see what actual tested capacity would be. I don't expect them do be as good as a diaper, but they look sooooooooo comfortable.
I love it. From the page:
Indeed!Originally Posted by Superundies
Well, I think this is great. The originals are far too plain for my liking, but I could see myself trying these. *adds to my to-do list*
Their product description gave me a chuckle.We've received numerous calls from a community of parents looking to provide their adult-ish children with special needs with a waterproof pant that they can enjoy. I understand a different crowd may also purchase these, and that’s their business.
Okay, in general their product descriptions can be quite entertaining.
Adult Cloth Diaper for Night - Heavy AbsorbencyIt cracks me up!Four full layers pf protection. When I say FULL, I mean the absorbent pads run all the way from the top back to the top front. No mansy pansy sort of catch it in the middle deal here. No sir.