I was thinking today -- I typically wear Dry 24/7s at night for intermittent but persistent bedwetting (and just for fun otherwise). I sometimes switch out with Total Dry Xplus but I prefer Dry 24/7.
Now - these cost me like $1.75/ea after shipping. If I decide to wear one for play during the day, that ends up being $1000/year for diapers (!!!!). Crazy nonsense from my perspective.
I don't always wear them during the day; and I often will re-wear a diaper from the night if it wasn't wet (apologies if that's offensive to anyone) -- I dont' like to waste and it doesn't bother me for just one reload. But still, it's still a significant expense.
Some folks might suggest that I wear a cheap/thin diaper during the day (depends, store brand, wtatever).... but for me, most of the fun is the thickness level. So here's my question -- what would you say is the diaper out there that offers the best thickness for the money? I.e., I LOVE the thickness of Dry 24/7 and I kinda think they're the thickest I've worn (at least between the legs). But because of the above problem, my question arises.
I do not have any incontinence issues during the day -- nor do I tend to wear for LONG LONG periods of time (4-5 hours is usually my tops in a given stretch because I have a busy life and schedule and that is largest window I will ever get with the most common being in the 2hr range). Hence, absorbency isn't that big of deal to me per se -- primarily thickness (after all, I have my night diapers available if I really do need it).
What I'm really looking for is a cheaper, not necesarily THAT absorbant, but VERY THICK diaper mostly for enjoyment purposes. Thoughts/suggestions after this long dawn out rant of a post