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    well its that time to stock up on booster pads again! i am currently using the total dry maximum boost ups and they seem to function very well, their just a little pricey so i was wondering what everybody's opinion is on the "best bang for your buck" pad, the only requirements i have is that i prefer to have an adhesive backing and i don't want them to break the bank haha

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    The Northshore boosters are the best, IMHO. Though, they do swell a lot. So you have to take that in mind if you layer or are wearing a diaper with a less than strong outer cover or tapes. These are comparable to the ones that XP Medical sells with adhesive backing. However, the Northshore ones are a bit more soft.

    My personal favorite are the Abena boosters you can get from XP Medical and other places. They don't have an adhesive backing but they are pretty awesome by themselves anyway. For the money, the Abena boosters are probably the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron View Post
    My personal favorite are the Abena boosters you can get from XP Medical and other places. They don't have an adhesive backing but they are pretty awesome by themselves anyway. For the money, the Abena boosters are probably the best.
    Agreed. The Abena abri-let Maxis are the best, for me comfort and price wise.

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    swelling is definitely not a problem for me, i actually prefer it!


    Quote Originally Posted by Iron View Post
    The Northshore boosters are the best, IMHO. Though, they do swell a lot. So you have to take that in mind if you layer or are wearing a diaper with a less than strong outer cover or tapes. These are comparable to the ones that XP Medical sells with adhesive backing. However, the Northshore ones are a bit more soft.

    My personal favorite are the Abena boosters you can get from XP Medical and other places. They don't have an adhesive backing but they are pretty awesome by themselves anyway. For the money, the Abena boosters are probably the best.

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    I just use male guards in my Walgreen's Certainty diapers as booster pads.

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    Another great booster is the Seni booster I sometimes use,

    http://www.saveexpress.de/de/inkonti...packung?c=2590

    as others already have mentioned, the Abena Maxi insert is a nother freat insert

    In regard to disposable boosters, basically go with the more cheap options they are jsut as good as the more expensive ones. It's mainly regular diapers which gives you what you pay for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11Garrett View Post
    swelling is definitely not a problem for me, i actually prefer it!
    Have you thought about or tried the Bambino Quadros then?

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    I regularly use a booster from either Total Dry, Quadro, Abena or North Shore. Quadros and North Shore are great and perform very well. I also like the Abena, but wish they had the adhesive backing.
    The Total Dry boosters come out of the bag softer and thicker than a Quadro or North Shore, but I find, particularly with a very wet diaper, some of the sap beads have released when I change my diaper.
    I find they all swell up very nicely.

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    I have to agree with the SAP beads getting pressed out of the Total Dry Boost Ups. Although they probably swell and have a higher capacity the best of the choices listed here.

    The 2XL booster pads from North Shore don't swell very much to me at all. They remind me of the Abena Maxi boosters. They actually fit perfectly in a medium Dry 24/7.

    I would like to add an option though. I have suggested itty multiple times and people are probably getting sore eyes reading it, but Goodnites Tru-Fit inserts are amazing for a booster pad. Once con is that they do not have an adhesive strip. They do tend to swell quite a bit in the other hand.

    They are quite easy to find and buy and you can get them instantly and save money on shipping.

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    I like the totaldry boosters. They're actually low sap, and are very long and fairly narrow. But VERY soft, and quite economical. They've changed since I last ordered, they now have a slightly more hourglass shape and are called Totaldry Boost-ups.

    The only other boosters I've seriously tried are the ones bambino stocks. They're high sap, and come in narrow and much-too-wide sizes They're not nearly as comfortable.

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