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    just spotted these, not seen them around before. Anyone had any experience with them?

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    I have used those before,in fact they were the second diapers i ever purchased.
    They are very thin(thinner then Tena pants),but absorb alot better and can hold 1 huge wetting without leaking unlike the Tena pullups.
    The back of the diaper is actually pretty cool looking verses other pull up brands,but as i said before they are thin and lack the plush padding of a Moliform pullup.
    Very discreet(almost entirely invisible!) under most normal pants though and they do crinkle a little,so they are worth a try in my opinion.
    The actual package containing the 14 diapers is tiny and they don't look like adult diapers if you purchase them at a supermarket,so buying them is an absolute pleasure.
    Kendall is the manufacturer behind the LIL range.

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    In my experience, fitted diapers are always the way to go, but if you have your heart set on these, go for them.
    Fitted diapers almost always have more padding, and are a little more reliable with leakage because they're ...fitted.

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