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    I usually just use goodnites, but I'm starting to get tired of them. Slightly tight, low capacity. I'm trying to find something that I can easily afford while having a better capacity and fit. So far, after looking at my options, I'm thinking of trying Tranquility All Through the Night Disposable Briefs. I'm planning on ordering a sample package once I have the opportunity, but I'm still open for suggestions.

    Any ideas?

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    Other than weak plastic backing, they're a good diaper. Just be careful adjusting your leg cuffs or you'll put a finger through the plastic.


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    Honestly, I've never understood the love people have for the ATNs. My experience has been that although they seem like they would hold a lot, in reality they hold just a couple wettings because their high SAP content means they don't wick well. The wetness stays right where it started and swells up like a water balloon, while the back stays completely dry. If you can get ahold of some NorthShore Supreme diaper samples, I think you'll be genuinely impressed. They're formulated with a great mix of pulp/fluff and SAP, so the entire diaper is used before it leaks.

    -RMS

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    We have ATN in sample packs as well as some other brands. My suggestion would be confidry 24/7 max they are great and hold a lot and next to Abena they are our best selling ones. If your still interested we do multi diaper sample packs and would gladly cut you a deal the first order since you are new to the adult diaper world. We always love to help others out. Just let us know!!!


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    Yeah, ATN is not an overnight diaper despite their name, and can barely hold up to two decent wettings. If you don't wear diapers 24/7 then they are ok enough for periodic use or play. If you're serious about needing diapers then you need something much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitsingoodnites View Post
    I usually just use goodnites, but I'm starting to get tired of them. Slightly tight, low capacity. I'm trying to find something that I can easily afford while having a better capacity and fit. So far, after looking at my options, I'm thinking of trying Tranquility All Through the Night Disposable Briefs. I'm planning on ordering a sample package once I have the opportunity, but I'm still open for suggestions.

    Any ideas?
    ATNs are my #1 fav


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    Quote Originally Posted by RMS401 View Post
    Honestly, I've never understood the love people have for the ATNs. My experience has been that although they seem like they would hold a lot, in reality they hold just a couple wettings because their high SAP content means they don't wick well. The wetness stays right where it started and swells up like a water balloon, while the back stays completely dry. If you can get ahold of some NorthShore Supreme diaper samples, I think you'll be genuinely impressed. They're formulated with a great mix of pulp/fluff and SAP, so the entire diaper is used before it leaks.

    -RMS
    I usually put on 2 or even 3 ATNs to handle to wicking problem, and ATNs are so thin 3 is not to bulky at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMS401 View Post
    Honestly, I've never understood the love people have for the ATNs. My experience has been that although they seem like they would hold a lot, in reality they hold just a couple wettings because their high SAP content means they don't wick well.
    Couldn't agree more.

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    The molicare super plus IMHO is a way better product then the ATN if your looking for something with top end capacity. I'm quite happy with my ABU spread but prior to that I was using the Secure X-Plus for mid to high level diapers and I still highly recommend them or at least trying them.

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    I'll second the poster who suggested Northshore Supreme. For performance versus price, nothing touches them. I'd compare them to Abena X-Plus and Molicare Super. Much more discrete and cheaper than either of those, if that's a concern...

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