I've been thinking a lot about the incontinence products that are available today, comparing them to what we have as AB/DLs. We have the best diapers hands down. Then I look at what incontinent/disabled people have and 90% of those products are awful. I know there's Dry 24/7, Abena, and a few others that offer superior products to the incontinent community, but none of them can compare to ABU or Rearz.
Dry 24/7 has been a headache for me. They never seem to have any consistency. The product has been getting worse. The last case that I bought was the last straw.
Abena on the other hand is an OK brand as well, but the padding falls apart pretty badly and the tapes have been not so good. The plastic backed diapers have a weak plastic that always loses it's snugness and the fit becomes weird.
I know there's other choices out there such as Molicare, Northshore, and so on, but there's a lot that ABU diapers have that these brands don't.
The most obvious feature would be the taping panel. Can you imagine if Abena had a taping panel? A taping panel is simply the most underutilized feature that all incontinence products are missing. Wellness brand has it but, it's really not that good.
The question is should ABU develop a sister website to sell incontinence specific products to those that want the best products available?