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    I am going to post all of the reviews that I post on my blog onto here about the premium diapers I have personally used and tried so that others may take some insight into what diaper/diapers to get and which are the best.

    These reviews are based solely on my own personal opinion and use, others' opinions may differ from mine.

    Starting off here is my review of the Molicare Super Plus Briefs, Size M.

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    Molicare Super Plus Briefs Medium Review.

    This is the first Premium diaper I have tried.

    I just recently tried a Molicare Super Plus the other day and I quite liked it, apart from needing a large instead of a medium since it just barely fit. I will list what I liked about it below.

    #1 Outer Plastic: The outer plastic was super soft almost silk like in my opinion. The purple is also nice to look at, if you purchase a diaper because of its design.

    #2 Absorbency: I wasnít able to fully wet it to max capacity because I only had a few hours to try it out, but it held up to a heavy wetting easily. Not wanting to waste a half wet diaper I did what I normally do and poured some nice warm water down the front and back. I ended up over filling it so there was a tiny bit of press out but not much.

    #3 Fit: The fit was pretty good it didnít cut off blood circulation since I tend to put my diapers on pretty tight, it just barely fit so next time I will go for a large size, or lose some weight. Other than that it was very comfortable.

    #4 Tapes: The tapes were pretty good even though I had to reapply one due to placing it in the wrong spot, resulting in a less than tight diaper on the top. I especially like that you can peel off the tape from the blue tape and reapply without ripping the diaper. Perfect for people who donít wish to mess their diaper and only wet.

    #5 Sound: The diaper is pretty quiet from what I could tell, I didnít really notice a crinkle coming from the diaper. For people who pay attention to that more it may seem louder.

    #6 Thickness: These are thick but not super thick in my opinion, I would say between a scale of 1 - 5 the thickness would be rated at 2.5 - 3 out of 5.

    Overall a very good diaper in my opinion, would I recommend them yes, but only as an adult diaper not a adult baby oriented diaper, since they donít have a playful pattern on the front. This concludes my review of the Molicare Super Plus Brief Size Medium.

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    Rearz Inspire Review.

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    I didnít wet this diaper pretty much at all but I did test it with an Enema.

    #1 Outer Plastic: It wasnít as soft as the Molicare but it wasnít bad, in my opinion it had more of a rugged kind of feel to it.

    #2 Absorbency: I gave myself a four quart Enema before putting this on and after waiting I released it into the diaper. It held every single drop and could still hold more.

    #3 Fit: The fit was good but not great maybe the reason was it was a large when a medium would have probably fit better.

    #4 Tapes: The tapes held up great even when the diaper took on 10 pounds of water, it still held up like a champ.

    #5 Sound: I didnít detect a crinkle but that might be because I was holding in a 4 quart Enema, which you shouldnít give yourself an Enema unless you know how to properly administer one without issue. You should also not take a 4 quart Enema unless you know you can take that much.

    #6 Thickness: On a scale of 1 - 5 I would rate the thickness at about a 3 out of 5.

    This concludes the end of my review for the Rearz Inspire diaper. I recommend this diaper because of its absorbency and all white outer plastic. This diaper will hold a literal gallon plus a little more. I will soon have a review up of the Abu Cushies diaper, so stay tuned.

    ABU Cushies Review

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    #1 Outer Plastic: The ABU Cushies has a nice outer plastic, itís soft and oh so cute. It has a nice babyish design that isnít over the top or crowded. I especially love the side panels color, the purple is dark but not too dark and just makes it look all the more like a babies diaper.

    #2 Absorbency: Ive read about some people not liking the absorbency of this particular diaper I myself thought it held quite a bit, I was able to give it a heavy wetting and it had room for another medium or heavy wetting, and I tend to hold my pee in until Iím bursting.
    While these donít hold as much as say the Rearz Inspire or the molicare super plus they still hold up and look great while doing so.

    #3 Fit: In all honesty I thought the fit was nice but with one single tape I wasnít able to make the top of the diaper tight as the bottom or vice versa. Overall it was quite comfortable and felt nice and snug apart from the top. I may need to get a large next time though because it like the molicare barely fit. But that was my fault not the diapers.

    #4 Tapes: The tapes on this particular diaper are pretty good, I did end up fudging up the right tape by getting it dirty by trying to reapply it since I donít normally wear one tape diapers, so it didnít hold as good as the left side but with a little tape I rectified that. They hold quite well and are easy to apply.

    #5 Sound: I didnít really find it to be noisy per say, squishing it when wet or dry it wasnít really audible, the landing zone was audible however when rubbing my hand over it.

    #6 Thickness: While dry the diaper is thick but not too thick it did force me to waddle which I love to be honest. Because you know the diaper is there and I just love thick diapers. When wet it swelled up much like a baby diaper would. I think I am going to start measuring how thick a diaper is when wet and dry so people can get a good idea about how thick or thin a diaper is.

    That concludes my review of the ABU Cushies diaper, I wish I had more than just one but it was nice while it lasted I will probably be ordering more in the future.
    I recommend them to adult babies who like a nice outer design that is both babyish but not over the top. It is also a fun diaper to just stare at if you so desire. Also a fun diaper for playtime if youíre really in little space.

    Bambino Classico Review

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    Outer Plastic: The outer plastic is soft and rugged, not as soft as say the molicare so far it has the softest plastic but I still have more to try. I like the blocks with the word Baby on them. As an ABDL I think a nice pattern is an important aspect in little space.

    Absorbency: I gave it a heavy wetting and it held up and bulged out as it grew like most diapers do but it expanded like a natural baby diaper, I donít think it expanded as much as the molicare or ABU Cushies, but I didnít wet it as much as others might.

    Fit: It fit nice was a little bigger than I previously expected but it wasnt like it was too big, I think I could go with a medium though if I wanted to.

    Tapes: The tapes were nice and strong held up even with a wet puffy diaper. I didnít attempt to reapply them but Iím sure they would have still held up good.

    Sound: The Bambino Classico did have a crinkle to it not as loud as I expected from reading other reviews stating it as deafening but I could definitely hear it when I moved around.

    Thickness: When dry it isnít as thick as I expected but maybe it was just my overhyped expectations for it, from reading reviews I thought it would be really thick, itís still thick none the less especially when it swells up from pee. It did have a tendency to droop though, now I havenít worn a baby diaper in a long long time so maybe those droop just as much Iím not too sure.

    This concludes my review of the Bambino Classico, I would definitely recommend this as it has babyish qualities that some people look for, like a drooping diaper for example some people canít live without that.

    Dry 24/7 Review

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    Outer Plastic: It has a nice soft white outer plastic feels nice to the touch. For people who enjoy a all around white diaper without any markings whatsoever then youíll like this one.

    Absorbency: I gave it a heavy wetting, it could have held more I donít know how much more exactly because it was hard to tell. But it didnít leak at all.

    Fit: The fit is quite nice when I first put one on it felt like a fit I had been looking for, for a long time Iím not sure why that is but nonetheless it was great.

    Tapes: The tapes on this diaper held up just fine, the fact that you can remove the tape and reapply it with the second tape makes it even better. When you place the tapes make sure where your placing them because they stick like glue, and will rip the diaper because of that fact.

    Sound: It does have a crinkle to it, not very loud but noticeable without pants on, I love crinkly diapers it just makes them all the more babyish for me itís one aspect I canít do without.

    Thickness: It has some thickness to it, not waddle thick but it was still noticeable and felt great between the legs.

    That concludes my review of the Dry 24/7 honestly when I put one on it felt like I had found a diaper I was looking for, for a long time. I donít know what it was, maybe it was the plastic combined with the Thickness of the diaper combined with the all white outer plastic along with the fit. It just felt great and I think I will be ordering more later.

    Barebums Diaper Review

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    Outer Plastic: This diaper has a nice all around design and soft feel to it, there is something about blocks that just makes it more babyish I think, just be careful about rubbing the front against anything *Cough* *Cough* Special activities hehe. Because they do tend to rub off.

    Absorbency: I gave it a heavy wetting as I normally do and no leaks so thatís a plus in my book, I could have given it more with more time so itís good for at least a couple of good heavy wettings maybe more.

    Fit: On my larger frame the medium just barely fit, like a few others but overall it was pretty nice and comfy it didnít chafe or anything though that may be due to not wearing it for longer periods of time.

    Sound: It does have a crinkle to it not very loud, though the landing zone is extra crinkly I think being around people would give it away due to that. But I love my crinkly diapers so yea.

    Tapes: I applied the tapes and they held on like glue for me, given I didnít try to re apply them except for one tape and it still held.

    Thickness: It was about the same thickness as a couple others I have reviewed dry, but when wet it swells up quite nicely and I love diapers that swell up a lot because it just makes me feel more like a helpless baby.

    This concludes my review of this particular diaper, I really like the block pattern on it as well as the green sides that are on it, I tend to go for a half and half type of diaper. On one hand I want a good absorbent diaper on the other hand I want it to be aesthetically pleasing to the eye.
    If anyone has any questions regarding any of the diapers I have reviewed before just send me a message.

    Aww So Cute Blue Teddy Diaper Review

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    Outer Plastic: I love the whole Blue Teddy bear print that covers most of the diaper, it didnít rub off at all that I could tell so thatís a plus, itís also nice and soft. In all honesty I have been dying to try this diaper because of the nice overall print it just calls to me.

    Absorbency: I gave the thirsty diaper a heavy wetting and it held up great no real sag which I like, I like saggy diapers but too saggy is just too much in my opinion. It could have held quite a bit more because almost the entire backside was dry and I wish I could fill these diapers up to their max. It looks like I am going to have to wet future ones as much as possible and then fill it with water at the end just to see how much it can handle.

    Fit: The fit is pretty nice I must say out of all the diapers Iíve tried I would say itís in the top 5 of having a great fit.

    Sound: It does have a slight crinkle to it, not that noticeable in my opinion so if youíre looking for a cute diaper with a nice fit and absorbent that is crinkly but not too crinkly this is for you.

    Tapes: The tapes were a let down, I think it was my fault though because I had some baby powder on my fingers and so I think thatís why they didnít stick as good, I wore it quite a while ago but anyways I believe the bottom tapes stuck just fine but not the tops if I remember correctly. A little tape fixed that problem.

    Thickness: It has a nice thickness when dry not too thick but itís nice for people who enjoy thick, but not too thick. I personally enjoy the thicker the better because I love thickness but thatís my opinion, others will differ. When wet it swelled up but not as much as I originally expected it to maybe it was because of the way it looked on other people Iím not too sure on that.

    This concludes my review of this diaper, I really like the blue teddy print that covers the diaper but still leaves the diaper mostly white. I do think this is one of my favorites out of the diapers I have tried so far so I definitely think I would order more in the future when possible. I would definitely recommend this to other Littles or ABDLís for sure.

    I am going to add in a rating scale to my future reviews starting with this one.
    On a scale of 1 to 5 pins (Diaper Pins) I give this diaper 3.5 pins it might be 4 pins if I hadnít messed up the tapes. But I canít blame that on the diaper, but I also canít give it 4 pins because I donít know for certain it wasnít the tapes.

    Abena L4 Diaper Review

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    Outer Plastic: The plastic on this particular diaper is soft but as far as looks go itís not very appealing to ABDLís or Littles in general, in my opinion it has a bit of an institutional look with the lines and wetness indicators which didnít function as fast as I thought they would. But for people who like medical or institution type of play this is a good option in my opinion. It is also a neutral diaper for people not looking for babyish designs.

    Absorbency: Gosh the absorbency kind of let me down, not for urine it was fine for that, but what I did was give myself a 2 quart Enema and held it for a while about 15 to 20 minutes and when I let it go it started to leak out the back on the sides, due to the fit of the diaper which I will touch on in the fit section.

    Fit: The fit wasnít too good in my opinion, I felt it was not wide enough at the back. I think it should have been wider but most people donít release enemas into diapers unless they like that sort of thing like I do.

    Sound: Honestly it was just about as crinkly as other diapers Iíve tried not all but most.

    Tapes: The tapes are great after I applied them to the diaper which doesnít have a landing zone they stayed put just fine and when I removed them they actually tore the diaper until I decided to just remove the 2nd tape from the original then it was easier, a feature I quite like.

    Thickness: This one has to be the Thickest while dry Iíve ever tried, it was noticeably thicker than the other diapers that I have tried out, as for swelling it didnít exactly swell much that I could tell when I wet it but given it was already really thick to begin with its not a big let down.

    That concludes my review of the Abena L4, in hindsight it seemed to me to be one of the greater diapers on the market until I tried it out fully, for urine and messing its fine, but using it for an Enema was a no go for me due to the back of the diaper not being wide enough since it leaked out back there. I still rate it a 3.5 out of 5 pins for how thick it is how well it will handle urine, the tapes, and the overall fit minus the backside. I would recommend it and then I wouldnít recommend it, for a couple of reasons I stated earlier but overall its a suitable diaper.

    Now for my Latest Review.

    ABU Lavender Diaper Review

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    Outer Plastic: I love the outer plastic on this diaper, it has to be the cutest Iíve ever seen, it has a nice pattern without being over the top (Completely covered) which I know is important to some people. I especially love the purple side panels that is my favorite part of the design, I also like the flowers which remind me of the ďMystery MachineĒ If you get that reference then awesome. I also have to say I love the butterfly wetness indicator itís very cute and functional, it ensures daddies or mommies will be able to tell when their baby girl or baby boy are wet.

    Absorbency: I wet this particular diaper about 3 times all in all it held up great and could have held more I mean it boasts it can hold up to 4500ML so of course I have to thoroughly test it out.

    Fit: I think the fit was good, it was a little on the small side being that it was a medium so next time I will need to get a large but overall I liked it.

    Sound: Itís not really crinkly in my opinion the landing zone is a little bit but not really noticeable.

    Tapes: I think the tapes hold up great at least they did for me except for one side which I fudged up by accident, totally my fault. I usually prefer double tapes 2 on each side but I still enjoyed it nonetheless.

    Thickness: I have to say dry it is not too thick in my humble opinion, it averages up there with other premium diapers I have tried but I still think itís great. I LOVE the thickness when itís wet. I wet it so much that it swelled out to just about 3 inches in thickness which I LOVE so much, the thicker the better is my preference but damn do these diapers swell I wanted to wear the wet one for a week even though that would resulted in a nasty diaper rash.

    That concludes my review of the ABU Lavender Diaper, I have wanted to try the diaper for a long time ever since it came out because when I first saw it I thought it was made just for me, the overall pattern the colors how it looked on other people. I love seeing cute baby girls in these they are just sooo damn cute with one on. I cannot wait to introduce my future baby/little girl to these when I have finally found her. I recommend these to any ABDLís or littles or whoever really just wants a functional but highly cute diaper that swells up like a balloon when wet they are that good in my opinion.
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    Great reviews. I've been a bit hesitant to try the 1-tape diapers like cushies and lavender since I'm not sure I'd get a good fit on my larger-than-average body but reading your review makes me want to give them a try. I really diapers that swell and expand a lot when wet and get that nice squishy feeling.

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    I love the ABU Lavender, I weigh about 240 and I am 6' 2" in height, so maybe you can compare your own measurements to mine and go with a large like I plan on doing later. The medium fit just barely so I think a large with the tapes fastened on correctly to pull the back of the top of the diaper in more will ensure a better fit.

    I still have yet to try are the Rearz Princess, Fabine Teddy Gold Max, and the Rearz Safari

    P.S I only had one of each of these to try, excluding the Bambino Classico, the Rearz Inspire, and the Dry 24/7 I have one more each of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyAnastasia View Post
    I love the ABU Lavender, I weigh about 240 and I am 6' 2" in height, so maybe you can compare your own measurements to mine and go with a large like I plan on doing later. The medium fit just barely so I think a large with the tapes fastened on correctly to pull the back of the top of the diaper in more will ensure a better fit.

    I still have yet to try are the Rearz Princess, Fabine Teddy Gold Max, and the Rearz Safari

    P.S I only had one of each of these to try, excluding the Bambino Classico, the Rearz Inspire, and the Dry 24/7 I have one more each of those.
    In regards to the Rearz Princess and Safari you would only need to try one or the other as they would be functionally identical as they are only a print difference. They are the same as the Rearz Inspire+InControl but with prints. (Inspire+InControl, Princess, Safari, and Seduction are all the same diaper other than the prints.)

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    Hi everyone,

    As a long term diaper wearer / lover I tested a lot of diapers in the past. This continues into the present ans I started a YouTube channel almost a year ago on Diaper Reviews. At first it was very uncomfortable to be in front of a cam with a diaper, but I'm getting more and more used to it.

    These reviews are, just like BabyAnastasia, based solely on my own personal opinion and use, others' opinions may differ from mine .

    My channel: https://www.youtube.com/DiaperReviews

    Feel free to comment!

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    Since some people don't know that I figured I would just review every single one individually what I like about each ect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyAnastasia View Post
    I love the ABU Lavender, I weigh about 240 and I am 6' 2" in height, so maybe you can compare your own measurements to mine and go with a large like I plan on doing later. The medium fit just barely so I think a large with the tapes fastened on correctly to pull the back of the top of the diaper in more will ensure a better fit.

    I still have yet to try are the Rearz Princess, Fabine Teddy Gold Max, and the Rearz Safari

    P.S I only had one of each of these to try, excluding the Bambino Classico, the Rearz Inspire, and the Dry 24/7 I have one more each of those.
    What about the Rearz Inspire+ InControl?

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    You can't exactly call all of these premium. Premium by definition is a value in excess of what is usually expected.

    Abena, ABU, Aww so cute, Barebums, Rearz, and Molicare all deliver what is expected of them- absolutely. However, none of them go above and beyond in capacity or reliability quite like confidry (and Northshore and Crinklz) does. In this regard, they are not premium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slomo View Post
    You can't exactly call all of these premium. Premium by definition is a value in excess of what is usually expected.

    Abena, ABU, Aww so cute, Barebums, Rearz, and Molicare all deliver what is expected of them- absolutely. However, none of them go above and beyond in capacity or reliability quite like confidry (and Northshore and Crinklz) does. In this regard, they are not premium.
    I would counter the bit about Confidry and Northshore. I went from using Northshore Supreme to Rearz Inspire+ InControl as my daily diaper and it is a definite upgrade. In my personal opinion the RI+IC is the best diaper out there at the moment, if it isn't "premium" then I don't know what is. They can hold more and I have less issues with tapes popping, although that still happens sometimes. Nothing I can think of is "less premium" on the Rearz than the Northshore. I've also had Northshores fail to contain fecal explosions whereas I haven't had that issue with any of my Rearz.

    And the Confidry? Holy crap, I won't even wear those they have so many issues. I can't keep the tapes on for more than an hour or two if I'm lucky without them popping, and in all three of the packs I have from the case I ordered way back and never finished because I couldn't stand them the leak guards are lopsided, one is taller than the other. Absorbency wise they are fine, until you have a loose leg gather because the tape popped as they almost always do.

    And the ABU diaper I've tried, the "Simple" definitely will definitely perform up there with the best of them as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClickyKeys View Post
    I would counter the bit about Confidry and Northshore. I went from using Northshore Supreme to Rearz Inspire+ InControl as my daily diaper and it is a definite upgrade. In my personal opinion the RI+IC is the best diaper out there at the moment, if it isn't "premium" then I don't know what is. They can hold more and I have less issues with tapes popping, although that still happens sometimes. Nothing I can think of is "less premium" on the Rearz than the Northshore. I've also had Northshores fail to contain fecal explosions whereas I haven't had that issue with any of my Rearz.

    And the Confidry? Holy crap, I won't even wear those they have so many issues. I can't keep the tapes on for more than an hour or two if I'm lucky without them popping, and in all three of the packs I have from the case I ordered way back and never finished because I couldn't stand them the leak guards are lopsided, one is taller than the other. Absorbency wise they are fine, until you have a loose leg gather because the tape popped as they almost always do.

    And the ABU diaper I've tried, the "Simple" definitely will definitely perform up there with the best of them as well.
    Understandable. The fit of any diaper is hugely dependent on the shape of a person's body, and whether or not that person is truly getting a proper fit or squeezing into what they think is "fits". Take Rearz for example. When properly fitted to extend up to the belly button, they leave a big gap at the front and back of each leg- for most people. This gap is a near guarantee the diaper will leak well before reaching any true capacity (forget their test ratings too, this is the real world). Now the obvious workaround most everyone does, is to wear one size too small. With this, the legs fit perfectly, but now the rise barely comes up over the belt line, and there is barely enough room inside of the diaper for it to expand (no to mention a slew of other problems with blowouts, tapes and etc).

    One of the biggest factors for determining premium is as simple as a proper fit. When truly and properly fitted, Rearz simply does not hold up for the clear majority of people. This leads me to rating them premium or not. Does it work for a clear majority or not. Yes Rearz works like a wonder for a select few- when properly fit. It works for even more when worn like underwear would fit- as one size too small for a diaper. I fully get a LOT of people like this underwear type fitting, but it does not help them to be called premium.

    Confidry on the other hand, does properly fit a clear majority. Obviously not everyone, but a majority none the less. And yes, this makes them one of the most absorbent diapers out there before they leak (again, not based on their test rating). Ie, premium.

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