Woah, pup is back... actually with a number of samples and he's taking notes and will return to paste here.
But in the meantime, he just had the most bizarre experience with one of the Tranquility "Daytime" pull-ups. Comfy, cloth-y, and fairly thick, he kinda liked the whole idea until he piddled and checked for a leak, and... What's this? The entirety of it was 'sweating', both the waistbandy area and the padding. And upon examination of chair and under light, 'sweating' means more like 'sponging' straight through the outer cloth - in a manner that would surely wick straight through to any garment worn over it.
Is this a bizarre quirk of these? Did pup just get some from a bad batch? Does 'heavy' mean '4 tablespoons?' ('Cause it wasn't much over that.)
Pup doesn't expect the world from pull-ups (sadly.. still has hope for the ATNs yet to try!), but this was instantaneous. What stayed in the gel stayed in the gel, pup guesses, but anything beyond that was wicking right through the cloth. He could speculate that a design like this could apply to conditions more 'in back,' but is more curious if this is even normal for the product.
Trusting this particular one for actual 'daytime' use would have been a bad practical joke!
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Pup knows it's bad form to 'bump' yourself, but - can it really be possible that nobody else has tried these?
He'd hate to give a product a bad rep on here if this was really a fluke, or he was Doing It Wrong or something. But if every package is like that he'd better stay away!
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*whine,* pup just found this thread here which suggests it's an issue throughout their pull-up line. Pup was looking forward to trying the ATN pull-ups (of which he ordered like a half-pack of samples), but is gonna have to be extra-careful now.