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    Default Need advice buying diapers online, first time

    I'm sure this topic comes up alot, but I need some advice from others that are experienced in online buying. What are some reliable sites? Is Amazon any good? Also any general tips would be kind

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    Any particular type or brand you like? Cloth or disposable? Cheaper or higher cost AB specials? Different sites for different likes. .

    If you are just looking for cheap and discreet and can order by the case, I like getting Depend from WalMart.com. You can get a case of 4, 20 packs for less than $60 and free shipping, because Walmart has a deal of any order of $50 or more gets free shipping. That's a big deal on a package the size of a full case!

    Looking for AB specialties then Bambinos are great. ABUs are good too, but there's some controversy about them due to some questionable practices about other things. I'll let someone else explain if you'd like to know.

    If you are looking for cloth and/or plastic pants, I like baby-pants.com. I've used them more than once. They also sell pacifiers and other accessories.

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    I have been using XP Medical for years, decent prices and free shipping on cases as well as discreet packaging! I buy Abena m3s for daily use and M4s for night use.

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    I was thinking the same thing are Amazon and similar sites descreet? I want to actually buy some but not to sure where being in the Uk

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    these are the "big three" sites that specialize in good quality adult diapers:
    Bambino Diapers, The Best Source for ABDL Diapers and Products!
    XP Medical - Incontinence Supplies
    ABUniverse.com Home Page - The Worlds Best AB/DL Superstore

    Someone recently posted an interesting note, staples sells molicare! and they're cheap. order online, with free in-store-pickup. (saves on shipping)
    molicare | StaplesŪ

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    Quote Originally Posted by nboy1631 View Post
    I was thinking the same thing are Amazon and similar sites descreet? I want to actually buy some but not to sure where being in the Uk
    As far as I know, amazon doesn't actually sell diapers, they just list diapers sold by a 3rd party (in the US it's northshorecare, no idea about the UK).

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    Quote Originally Posted by pipboy3billion View Post
    I'm sure this topic comes up alot, but I need some advice from others that are experienced in online buying. What are some reliable sites? Is Amazon any good? Also any general tips would be kind
    Amazon is great, especially if you're a Prime member. Know what you want, though. There are companies like HDIC and XP Medical who sell sample packs. Take advantage of that before you commit to a large quantity.

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    I have bought from eBay, Bambino, and ABUniverse. No issues. I always tell them not to require a signature since I'm almost never home when stuff gets here and they do not like to drop off unless I request. I know there is a risk someone steals the box, opens it, discovers my 'secret', but I have never had anything like that happen yet (:crosses fingers. The boxes are always discreet and say nothing about the contents. In the case of Bambino, no one would really know what was inside unless they opened the box (obviously) and cut open the bags inside that have handles.

    I would say if you are concerned though, definitely stay home on the day they get delivered or be close by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nboy1631 View Post
    I was thinking the same thing are Amazon and similar sites descreet? I want to actually buy some but not to sure where being in the Uk
    Every site I've ordered from (and there have been many!) have been discreet. The most "obvious" deliveries I've had are cases of Abena diapers, which have a big "M3" or "M4" on the side of the box (which wouldn't mean anything to most people), and once when I ordered a couple of diapers from an individual on eBay, and they were just wrapped in a thick plastic bag (so you could feel what was inside, although... most people would probably wouldn't know what it was).

    Some couriers require a signature (so you have to be in to sign), while others will let you put something like "Please leave behind side gate" as "special instructions" and they can leave the delivery for you if you are out.

    Here are some of the companies that I've ordered from in the past:

    Littmann Stethoscope, Welch Allyn, Keeler, Riester Diagnostics and Medical Supplies UK
    Care Home Supplies | Nursing Supplies | Medical Consumables | Beaucare
    Incontinence products discreetly with 24hr Delivery | IncontinenceChoice.co.uk
    The UK's leading online incontinence advice and incontinence product supplier - AgeUKIncontinence.co.uk | AgeUKIncontinence.co.uk
    Dorset Nursing Supplies
    Incontinence Pads, Pants & Supplies, Male Incontinence Aids & Products
    Incontinence products and information by Attends
    Home page

    All the above are based in the UK and (I think) offer "next day delivery" so you will know exactly which day the parcel will arrive.

    Save Express (aka Airoliver) is based in Germany, but well-worth a look as they deliver to the UK and have a huuuuuge range of products -- including many plastic-backed diapers that are hard to get elsewhere. The plastic-backed ones are usually labelled "FOLIE".

    Save Express GmbH

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    Quote Originally Posted by nboy1631 View Post
    I was thinking the same thing are Amazon and similar sites descreet? I want to actually buy some but not to sure where being in the Uk
    Every site I've ordered from (and there have been many!) have been discreet. The most "obvious" deliveries I've had are cases of Abena diapers, which have a big "M3" or "M4" on the side of the box (which wouldn't mean anything to most people), and once when I ordered a couple of diapers from an individual on eBay, and they were just wrapped in a thick plastic bag (so you could feel what was inside, although... most people would probably wouldn't know what it was).

    Some couriers require a signature (so you have to be in to sign), while others will let you put something like "Please leave behind side gate" as "special instructions" and they can leave the delivery for you if you are out.

    Here are some of the companies that I've ordered from in the past:

    http://www.medisave.co.uk/
    http://www.beaucaremedical.co.uk/
    http://www.incontinencechoice.co.uk/
    http://www.ageukincontinence.co.uk/
    http://www.dorset-nursing.co.uk/
    http://www.tender-care.com/
    http://www.attends.co.uk/
    http://www.drylife.co.uk

    All the above are based in the UK and (I think) offer "next day delivery" so you will know exactly which day the parcel will arrive.

    Save Express (aka Airoliver) is based in Germany, but well-worth a look as they deliver to the UK and have a huuuuuge range of products -- including many plastic-backed diapers that are hard to get elsewhere. The plastic-backed ones are usually labelled "FOLIE".

    http://www.saveexpress.de/save/

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