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    What is everyone's opinions on these diapers. Thinking about ordering some, just want some opinions to go by before purchasing.


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    Hey UGAFAN!

    While I haven't tried Tena Slip Active Fit Maxi diapers yet, I have tried the Tena Ultra Stretch diapers. They have a similar look but have two tabs instead of four. The Tena Ultra Stretch has a moderate absorbancy. From what I've heard the Tena Slip Active Fit Maxi diapers are the most absorbent that Tena carries. They're also supposed to have really secure tabs (hence the name "Active Fit"). If you're going to buy some, my advice would be to double check the sizing chart. I've learned my lesson about being to hasty to buy diapers, and have ended up with a ton of "boosters" instead.

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    They are great. The ultima are even better if you can get them, but the maxi are slightly more discreet

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    Go for it. They're secure and very absorbent and wicks well too.
    Two minor issues in my opinion is the tapes (two on each side) that is similar to those on the M4's. It sticks to the shell without problems but it a bit tricky, or almost impossible, to remove without tearing the shell when needed. Secondly, it is one of those brands that swells up quite much in the front after a flood or a couple of wettings. If snugly taped, it handles floods very well and absorbs it quickly. Oddly, I haven't had that bulging problem with the cloth backed Maxi variant.
    Hope this was helpful to you.

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    They're pretty thin when dry, absorption is fast, swelling is fairly good. Odor control is good. They do clump a bit when wet. The fit is a bit loose though for me. Capacity is surprisingly good for the thickness. But I really don't care for the looks.

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    I dont care for the medical look or the cheap plastic shell. But I do like the double tape tabs or 2 tapes in 1.

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    I have literally just had some of these arrive and will start testing them tonight. I had actually planned to buy the hybrid 'Original' version that is one of my preferred hybrids, but then realised the seller didn't stock them and decided to try these instead. It seems a bit weird, that 'Tena Slip' is all fabric-style, 'Tena Slip Active Fit' is all plastic, and the 'Tena Slip Original' is actually a hybrid. The 'Original' was introduced soon after the original 'Tena Slip' switched from plastic to fabric-style, at which time I don't think there was an all-plastic version in the range. Since then, the 'Active Fit' has somehow crept in with a full plastic outer, which would seem more like the original than the 'Original'. Or have I got this mixed up?

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    What's their actual cost? 22 diapers for $80 would come to $3.64 per diaper. Even Crinklz is cheaper than that, and thry perform far superior too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slomo View Post
    What's their actual cost? 22 diapers for $80 would come to $3.64 per diaper. Even Crinklz is cheaper than that, and thry perform far superior too.
    Much cheaper through Amazon.

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