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    Interesting ideas, but I am sure they have ways of rooting out ABs and DLs from their tests. Besides, I would think testing diapers would be a litttle more involved than you might think. I would love free diapers and to be a test subject, but I don't think I would want it that bad. Someone should call them and ask if they DO allow ABs or DLs to do testing.

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    It would be cool to test out some diapers, but let's face it; what we look for in a diaper isn't really what incontinent people want.

    We want bulky! Plastic backed! And no wetness indicators!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlueBear View Post
    It would be cool to test out some diapers, but let's face it; what we look for in a diaper isn't really what incontinent people want.

    We want bulky! Plastic backed! And no wetness indicators!
    i dunno, i kinda like the wetness indicators myself. personal preference, i guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherub View Post
    Interesting ideas, but I am sure they have ways of rooting out ABs and DLs from their tests. Besides, I would think testing diapers would be a litttle more involved than you might think. I would love free diapers and to be a test subject, but I don't think I would want it that bad. Someone should call them and ask if they DO allow ABs or DLs to do testing.
    More involved? How?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackTheRabbit View Post
    What? How would they know? lol
    There's probably a screening process to make sure their products are being tested by those with legitimate need for them. Could be a form, or phone interview, etc. I doubt they want random people that (to them anyways) are irrelevant to the target audience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oblivionxi1 View Post
    There's probably a screening process to make sure their products are being tested by those with legitimate need for them. Could be a form, or phone interview, etc. I doubt they want random people that (to them anyways) are irrelevant to the target audience.
    I can't imagine they'd care, would they? "Mechanically" (so to speak) incontinence products fulfil exactly the same role whether they're used for medical or psychological needs...

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