I'm going to make this short and sweet.
Over the course of the past few months, most of the diapers that I have bought and used were on stupidly low discounts on Amazon.
I bought a 48-pack of overnight diapers that were a little small and only good for a short while before they just ripped, they held alot if I didn't flood though. Those cost me only $11.81.
I bought a box of 80 Medline briefs of the highest absorbency available, they held alot but the right wing would rip if you taped it on too tight and bent down. That box of 80 cost me just $24.69.
Now, as in yesterday, I bought a pack of Abena S2's for $11.65. There's 28 briefs total and from what I hear this brand is really good. And while I'm in the upper end of the size range (24"-34") (be being 32"), the price really just couldn't be beat in this case. Right after buying it the price shot up to $28, identical to what happened with the other two cases cases.
Just from the observation that I can make from the Amazon page, the S2 should be about 79% as absorbent as the S4, which is obviously superior. Given that there is 28 S2's and 22 S4's (22/28 = 0.786, or 79%).
I am now anxiously waiting. The diapers as well as the LED strips I bought with them are listed as "being shipped today".
EDIT: All the prices are in Canadian, and yes, the price I pay never alters after buying. If I get charged $11.65 at checkout, that's what I pay despite the glitch.