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Thread: (UK) Cuddlz All-over Baby-printed PB Nappies Review

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    bringmesunshine

    Default (UK) Cuddlz All-over Baby-printed PB Nappies Review

    After finding my self in Cuddlz nappies for the second time in my life I've decided to do a review so tape yourselves in! These nappies are in my opinion okay...that's me looking at them completely and utterly with my DL hat on. (I'm wearing one while writing this! And I don't mean a DL hat!) They are thick to the point just one is noticeable under trousers and I think the back part of the wings are actually padded which is rather nice. They are plastic backed (PB) and the style of plastic used is different compared to a Tena Slip and a UK Attends/Flufsan (the latter of which I've reviewed albeit some time ago), also the tape-landing strip is composed of another plastic altogether and this plastic used feels very nice to the touch - continuing talking about tapes they don't have a double tape system (like so many incontinence brands these days) (plastic backed Tenas are also known for this feature) and the tapes can be repositioned anywhere on the strip...keep in mind however that their (struggles for word...makes one up) stickabillitty is not up there with Tena Slips, I can get four guaranteed-tapes-staying-in-place nights out of a Tena Slip (however this is not good for personal hygiene and 59 times out of 60 I wear for three nights before moving on to a clean nappy) but only two guaranteed-tapes-staying-in-place nights out of one of these Cuddlz nappies - finally the tapes are for me worryingly short (yes there are only two in total which is great - they're quicker to put on) meaning they're difficult to handle, finally because of the design of the strip the tapes can't really be angled...basically taping them straight is uncomfortable but it keeps the nappy in place where as if you angle the tapes slightly the nappy won't last as long because you're going against the design (in my opinion). They're baby printed so it's probably no surprise that they're a one hundred percent AB product, I'm DL with AB tendencies but occasionally even I want throw back style memories! The drawings on them are very babyish and large sized - if you want to slightly shock an excepting family member...wear these! The inner part of the nappy is diamond patterned and you don't get this in incontinence nappies - again another nice feature! Absorbency wise they're not actually that good, if you're male: unless you've got a really small sausage or you're 'looking skywards' you're going to wet deep into the crotch and after one full bladder wetting everything is okay...however the second full bladder wetting is absorbed but not comfortably, you feel both really wet and very close to leaking. If you're female then unless you're a sprayer you're going to end up wetting into the crotch as well as the same thing'll probably happen. The not-very-good-absorption - it may be a feature that relates them to actual baby nappies B.T.I.M absorption that's not on a par with incontinence nappies, all I know is it definitely feels like they won't take as much as your standard mid-range incontinence nappy. They are a bit pricey but then again they're so specialist it's not surprising. In conclusion these are good nappies, if you're AB and UK based they're probably going to be heaven but of course what do I know regarding that lifestyle! If you're DL and want an occasional treat ('cause let's face it unless you're rolling in it you are not going to be able to buy these every month!) these are the nappies to purchase.

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    can you space this out it makes it hard for me to pay attention when it is all clumped up

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    Default Cuddlz Printed Adult Nappy

    Thanks for this review, I would like to add a review for the other type of nappy that Cuddlz produce. The Cuddlz Printed Adult Nappy.

    Similar in nature to the Cuddlz All-over-Baby-printed Nappies, these were designed with Adult Babies in mind. The cute prints along the landing zone are blue and pink in colour and it is very wide. This landing zone is used to take four tapes, instead of the large one tape of the All-over print version. This creates a much better fit on an adult body and it feels very snug. The one tape was slightly loose on me, where I felt confident in the two tapes each side design. The great thing is that each tape has an extra sticky part so you have even more chances of reapplying the tapes. Has that quality product feel to it.

    So after realising I had a good fit and feeling relaxed whilst wearing this nappy, I soon examined the plastic backing. It had a genuine old school feel. I felt tiny bumps and thickness that brought me back to the glory days. When I wore them as a child. I was taken back to a time of greatness for the plastic backed nappy. There was a certain readiness to the material, the sound it made as your hand moves across it, it brings you back to those innocent feelings. You just enjoy touching it and you know there is something special about them.

    It can be difficult to close your legs entirely together whilst wearing this gem of a nappy. They are very thick and more so than the All-over printed version. This is not a nappy to used for day to day wear, it would be useless to anyone other than when in the home or for a special occasion. In my opinion these would best be used in extended diaper play situations. That time when you know it is going to be continuing for several hours and more. It has a certain magic about it that makes you smile and take deeps sighs as you snuggle into your mode.

    I am usually a heavy wetter and have fallen foul a few times with evil nappy tom foolery. These did not let me down, I wet a fair amount, over many hours, and never felt the red alerts of leaking time at any point. I was very surprised at the volume it took before there was any hint of it being full. However, that time did come and I was impressed with the lack of sagginess as I stood up and moved around. The nappy held up remarkably well under the conditions and the only downside was the lack of odour control. Some would argue, however, that being able to sense the odour creates a more realistic feel to the experience, after all, it is marketed at customers who wish to regress not have a reliable odour control feature. You have a real sense of being in a wet nappy that will appeal to Adult Babies.

    All in all, my experience was rewarding when wearing the Cuddlz standard nappy. I had a good regression feeling (which is impressive considering I do not really seek this), the feel of the nappy was satisfying to the touch and the capacity was almost legendary. Thoroughly recommended if you can justify the price for a special occasion. A treat for the indulgent among us.

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    bringmesunshine

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaSS View Post
    can you space this out it makes it hard for me to pay attention when it is all clumped up
    Sorry about that, I guess I just got a bit excited really. Definitely in my next review I'll do some spacing - reviews are probably going to be the most important/helpful things I post - also still connecting to this train of thought there aren't that many left-wing/unusual and available to me nappies left to review *yikes*. I may also try to space-out in general but I can't promise anything, sorry about that. Thanks however for showing an interest!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DexxKizwizard View Post
    The great thing is that each tape has an extra sticky part so you have even more chances of reapplying the tapes.
    What, like a Tena Slip Tape and landing zone set up, if that's true that's awesome, I really dislike the more common double tape system so that bit of your post excited me!



    Quote Originally Posted by DexxKizwizard View Post
    It can be difficult to close your legs entirely together whilst wearing this gem of a nappy. They are very thick and more so than the All-over printed version.
    I know I forget to do a 'lowest point of worn nappy/crotch width in regards to Cuddlz all-over-printed and possibly in regards to all the other nappies I've previously reviewed but how crotch-wide are the Cuddlz Printed ones? Are they an inch and 2/3s instead of the usual inch and a 1/2...because that would - once again - also be awesome!

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    Lozza1979

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    My first ever adult nappy's were cuddlz and I have bought both the plain and printed ones.I love them and will most likely buy more at some point.The only slight complaint I have is I felt the sticky tabs could have been a little better as some would pop off during sleep or in sitting/bending positions.Apart from that not bad at all.

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    Thank you for that Bringmesunshine. I Hope you dont mind but i have done a little editing to make it a little more easy to read. My English grammar teacher Will be turning in his grave!

    After finding my self in Cuddlz nappies for the second time in my life I've decided to do a review so tape yourselves in!

    These nappies are in my opinion okay...that's me looking at them completely and utterly with my DL hat on. (I'm wearing one while writing this! And I don't mean a DL hat!) They are thick to the point just one is noticeable under trousers and I think the back part of the wings are actually padded which is rather nice.

    They are plastic backed (PB) and the style of plastic used is different compared to a Tena Slip and a UK Attends/Flufsan (the latter of which I've reviewed albeit some time ago), also the tape-landing strip is composed of another plastic altogether and this plastic used feels very nice to the touch.

    Continuing talking about tapes they don't have a double tape system (like so many incontinence brands these days). Plastic backed Tenas are also known for this feature and the tapes can be repositioned anywhere on the strip. Keep in mind however that their (struggles for word...makes one up) stickabillitty is not up there with Tena Slips.

    I can get four guaranteed-tapes-staying-in-place nights out of a Tena Slip (however this is not good for personal hygiene and 59 times out of 60 I wear for three nights before moving on to a clean nappy). Only two guaranteed-tapes-staying-in-place nights out of one of these Cuddlz nappies. Finally the tapes are for me worryingly short (yes there are only two in total which is great - they're quicker to put on) meaning they're difficult to handle. Because of the design of the strip the tapes can't really be angled, basically taping them straight is uncomfortable but it keeps the nappy in place where as if you angle the tapes slightly the nappy won't last as long because you're going against the design (in my opinion).

    They're baby printed so it's probably no surprise that they're a one hundred percent AB product, I'm DL with AB tendencies but occasionally even I want throw back style memories!

    The drawings on them are very babyish and large sized - if you want to slightly shock an excepting family member...wear these! The inner part of the nappy is diamond patterned and you don't get this in incontinence nappies - again another nice feature!

    Absorbency wise they're not actually that good, if you're male: unless you've got a really small sausage or you're 'looking skywards' you're going to wet deep into the crotch and after one full bladder wetting everything is okay, however the second full bladder wetting is absorbed but not comfortably, you feel both really wet and very close to leaking.

    If you're female then unless you're a sprayer you're going to end up wetting into the crotch as well as the same thing'll probably happen.

    The not-very-good-absorption - it may be a feature that relates them to actual baby nappies B.T.I.M absorption that's not on a par with incontinence nappies, all I know is it definitely feels like they won't take as much as your standard mid-range incontinence nappy.

    They are a bit pricey but then again they're so specialist it's not surprising. In conclusion these are good nappies, if you're AB and UK based they're probably going to be heaven but of course what do I know regarding that lifestyle! If you're DL and want an occasional treat ('cause let's face it unless you're rolling in it you are not going to be able to buy these every month!) these are the nappies to purchase.


    I Agree with a lot of what you are saying, but for the UK ABs amongst us I think they are pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bringmesunshine View Post
    Sorry about that, I guess I just got a bit excited really. Definitely in my next review I'll do some spacing - reviews are probably going to be the most important/helpful things I post - also still connecting to this train of thought there aren't that many left-wing/unusual and available to me nappies left to review *yikes*. I may also try to space-out in general but I can't promise anything, sorry about that. Thanks however for showing an interest!

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    What, like a Tena Slip Tape and landing zone set up, if that's true that's awesome, I really dislike the more common double tape system so that bit of your post excited me!

    I know I forget to do a 'lowest point of worn nappy/crotch width in regards to Cuddlz all-over-printed and possibly in regards to all the other nappies I've previously reviewed but how crotch-wide are the Cuddlz Printed ones? Are they an inch and 2/3s instead of the usual inch and a 1/2...because that would - once again - also be awesome!
    There is a landing zone and a double tape on all four. I am not sure about the actual width but they are thicker than the all over print. I concur with the above comments about small issue with long term wearing an tapes being better.

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    bringmesunshine

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    Quote Originally Posted by DexxKizwizard View Post
    There is a landing zone and a double tape on all four.
    I'm sorry to be a pain but I still don't understand, are there landing zones like Tena landing zones or is there basically no landing zone? I would say that - and this is taking into consideration the fact I may not have searched hard enough - no other plastic-backed adult nappies after the Tena Slip have the Tena slip style landing zone (well Cuddlz all over printed may not be double tape but unfortunately I cannot remember at the moment!). Have you tried Molicare's? They are definitely adult nappies I'd call double tape - because they have four tapes (yes!) but the tapes are white sticky squares right on top of blue sticky squares - my apologies if I'm telling you something you already know there! So where the Cuddlz Printed's are concerned is there a Molicare style double tape system? p.s I would say in conclusion - and thanks to an after thought - if Tena Slips are changing (to cloth-backed ) maybe some other brand is going to pick up that front fastening style...it's just I have a suspicion that the Tena slip landing zone is/was actually copyright.

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