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Thread: Super Undies finally caved in to the ABDL crowd

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    oooh awesome!

    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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...

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    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.

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    I love it. From the page:


    Quote Originally Posted by Superundies
    I understand a different crowd may also purchase these, and that’s their business.
    Indeed!

    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*

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    Quote Originally Posted by FluffyMastiff View Post
    oooh awesome!

    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.
    you can make your own easily enough. i did it a few years ago, copying the then 'popular' yoke style of training/bedwetting pant. to be honest, though, the whole microfiber thing and the stylings of the garments are a bit gimmicky and nowhere near as good, nor as practical, as traditional terry-towelling nappy and plastic pants.

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    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.
    Their product description gave me a chuckle.

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    Okay, in general their product descriptions can be quite entertaining.

    Adult Cloth Diaper for Night - Heavy Absorbency

    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.
    It cracks me up!

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