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    Default Id slip maxi soft.

    I'm getting some delivered today from Xp medical. I will take some pics when I receive them

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    Ah looks like the first company to stock ID in the States!

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    looks about the same as the tena slip maxi I've got here? Can you compare the differences?

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    nice, I wonder what the plastic-backed version looks like though.

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    They're better...and I've not even tried the soft iD's! I tried the new Tena's (Maxi only but that's what I was used to - and still am cause I'm yet to finish my Tena stash!) and it was an awful experience, if you're not incontinent who seriously wants to feel so much of the wetness through the nappy's front?! I'm also really annoyed that after changing from being Eurons, iD have never gone near developing a Maxi with plastic-backing!

    Putting aside the fact they smell a little odd out the bag and fresh on (further more weirdly the smell doesn't change after excreashenial usage), plastic-backed iD nappies are really enjoyable and - because the mighty original Tena's are no more - they/'ve served me as a very good substitute (and will continue to)! Hope this info' helped. bringmesunshine

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    Quote Originally Posted by bringmesunshine View Post
    They're better...and I've not even tried the soft iD's! I tried the new Tena's (Maxi only but that's what I was used to - and still am cause I'm yet to finish my Tena stash!) and it was an awful experience, if you're not incontinent who seriously wants to feel so much of the wetness through the nappy's front?! I'm also really annoyed that after changing from being Eurons, iD have never gone near developing a Maxi with plastic-backing!

    Putting aside the fact they smell a little odd out the bag and fresh on (further more weirdly the smell doesn't change after excreashenial usage), plastic-backed iD nappies are really enjoyable and - because the mighty original Tena's are no more - they/'ve served me as a very good substitute (and will continue to)! Hope this info' helped. bringmesunshine
    That's good to hear. From what I understand, XP Medical has some sort of special arrangement with iD Slip to import large quantities of a plastic-backed Maxi produced just for export to the US. The current highest available plastic-backed absorbency of the iD Slip in Europe is the Super.

    I too have an ever-dwindling stash of the old plastic-backed Tena Slip Maxis so it'll be nice to be able to order these as a replacement diaper with a similar form factor.

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