Best store-brand diaper?

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Jakethefox

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Alright, so, I have 4 different stores in walking distance.

1. Walgreens (<1mile)
2. CVS (1.5</=2miles)
3. Meijer (1.25miles EXACT)
4. Walmart (1.35miles EXACT -note, the walmart is literally across the street from meijers)

im trying to find a good store brand diaper, so... Give me a sign!

(yes, when I say store-brand I mean diapers you can buy at a store, not necessarily Storebrand generic)
 
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StaryShinx

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Wal-Greens, your choice is either Depends (my kind) or the Generic brand (which isn't so good in my opinion)

I don't go to CVS or Meijer, so I don't know about them.

Your choice is likely to be a bit bigger at Wal-Mart. Besides typical baby diapers, I believe they also have Depends, and of course GoodNites and Underjams. I don't usually do my diaper shopping there, so I'm not entirely sure...
 
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Walmart, get Depends of Assurance (if they have those).
 

diaperedteenager

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Wal Mart...they have depends, tena (Pads and pull ups), Assurence, Poise, Goodnites, underjams, and baby diapers
 
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kitty0230

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I like CVS brand day/night briefs, they are cheap and work well, especially if you double diaper.
 
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Oxymoron...no such thing as a 'best' store diaper...they're all uber terrible and not worth it. Something like Tena Ultras are maybe $1/per diaper and well worth the extra cents!
 

miles

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CVS brand and Wal-Greens brand are very similar, only real difference is the tapes now (CVS has better tapes)
Both are OKAY.
Not good, just okay.
 

LuvsGurl

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Hit up the Walgreens or CVS. Their diapers are wonderful (for a store brand).
 

wetdiap

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I say go with the Depends. That's about the best store bought diaper I've found.
 

NovaSurf

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Here most stores either carry a generic brand (usually something made by Tyco), the basic 6 tape Attends (so-so quality), or if yoiur lucky Tena Super (some still have the tapes, not the stupid velcro-like things). Some stores also carry Kendall Lille and I have seen one store carrying McKesson - which I have no idea how good that is.

Depends is also widely carried - either the pull-up variety or the Maximums.
 
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NinjaRider

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I would go with the Assurence. Yes they do kinda suck compared to some but when doubled or tripled they can be a lot of fun. That what I used till I started ordering online
 

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Go CVS - they're cheap but great when you don't have access to a fancy euro-diaper.
 
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Old post i know but ...Luvs is right...the walgreens brand works great ...when you add a stuffer...i used a boost pad made by depends.
 

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surprizingly enough, i like the albersons store brand, here where i live its jewel osco that sells them. but made for albertsons
 
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