Ok, so here is a review of Tena Slips Maxi, which I believe are only available in Europe. I ordered from Blushingbuyer a site that sells “embarrassing products”. They where pretty cheap at £15.99 for 21 large nappies. The site also sells depends, and some molicare products (but not their Super Plus range...), they also sell lots of other fun things, if you're into that :P.
I'm not a fan of the fit of these, similar to cuddlz the bottom tapes are really far up, maybe close to the top ones compared to cuddlz. This means its hard to get tight seal around the legs, making the nappy feel like its drooping constantly. They're also a little shorter then most premium brands, but whether that's a bad thing is up to the wearer. The tapes are very good through, and very sticky, just have to make sure you hit the landing zone which isn't very wide. The tapes are a little thin, which is weird, but the do hold.
These are pretty good in the absorbency department. They are a lot thinner then most of the other leading brands I've tried and yet they soak up just as well. I haven't worn them to destruction (leaking) but they have held up past 2 heavy wetting's. The padding does go a little hard when wet, but when soaked it swells up to normal squishiness .
I don't mind the look of these, there isn't much writing other then on the taping zone, and the purple markings down the centre look kinda cool, there is a wetness indicator as well. They aren't as crinkly as other brands, the main sound coming from the front taping panel, but that's better for stealth. The worst thing is the fit through, cause when taped on they just don't look as nice and snug as a well fitting nappy should.
A good nappy, but not the best out there. When I'm wearing out and about I'd reach for these, the fit issue goes away when worn with a pair of tight boxers/y-fronts over the top, and they're thin enough to allow me to feel less self conscious. But still, when at home I find my self reaching for other brands.