CVS Fitted Briefs Review


Est. Contributor
  1. Adult Baby
  2. Diaper Lover
  3. Babyfur
  4. Carer
CVS Day & Night Fitted Briefs Maximum Absorbency is a common drugstore brand to which almost anyone should have access. They are cloth backed diapers with a Velcro-style hook-and-loop design. Having Velcro-style tapes is rather convenient if you're new to wearing and you have to adjust the tapes a lot. It's also great for those who want to wear publicly since it's pretty discrete.

I am reviewing the size medium diaper. The diaper is rated for a 32" to 44" waist, and my waist size happens to be right in the middle of that range. This diaper also comes in large and extra-large which fits 45-58" and 59-64" waist lines, respectively. I purchased a 20 pack from CVS in May of 2013.

Appearance, Size, and Features

The appearance of the diaper is rather bland, however it does feature a wetness indicator down the center of the diaper. The entire diaper is cloth-backed.



Front and Back of Folded Diaper, Respectively

In order to measure the dry thickness of the diapers, I stacked 3 of them and placed a heavy book on top. The compressed height of the stack was 6 cm (2.3 in) which yielded a height of 2 cm (0.8 in) per diaper.


3 Diapers Stacked

The diaper features a standard double tape system, however, unlike many diapers, the tapes on the CVS brand are Velcro-style and can be reapplied many times without losing much strength. The entire front of the diaper is an acceptable landing zone for the tapes which allows for easy adjustment.


CVS Tapes

The external feel of the diaper is a bit slippery to the touch and a bit wrinkly from compression in the package. The diaper is fairly quiet under clothing and doesn't create much of a diaper bulge. The wings are a mesh like material with no protective padding which makes the diaper somewhat prone to leaks if you're lying on your side. There are not any standing leak guards on this diaper.



Front and Back of the Unfolded Diaper, Respectively

The fully stretched diaper measures about 79 cm (31 in) in length from front to back, 58.5 cm (23 in) in width across the wings and 25.5 cm (10 in) in width across the crotch.




Dimensions: Tape Measure for Scale

Performance and Fit

In order to determine the capacity of this diaper I performed a paced wetting test. I simulated wetting by pouring 100 mL increments of water down the front of the diaper, and then sat down in a chair for 30 second to check for leaks. I noted when the diaper first began to feel wet as well as when small and major leaks occurred. At the 600-700 mL increment, the diaper became noticeably wet near the edges. Later at 800 mL, small leaks began to form near the leg openings. Finally at the 900 mL increment, the diaper started leaking significantly and I ended the test.

After the test, I refolded the diaper and placed it next to a dry diaper for comparison. The wet diaper swelled to approximately 6 cm (2.3 in) after the test.


Dry/Wet Comparision

Concluding this test, I changed into a fresh diaper and wore it for the rest of the day while going about ordinary activities to test how it held up. The diaper lasted about 3.5 hours during which I had 2 moderate to large wettings and a few smaller trickles.

I have a 36" inch waist which puts me slightly below the middle of the range advertised for this diaper, but it did fit me very well. I think there is enough give in the diaper to accommodate a few more inches in the waist, however, I am not sure that I'd want to use it if I was on the larger end of the size range.

The tapes are very easy to use, and the ability to unfasten them is very convenient if you want to take it off and get a snug fit in putting it back on. I have not had any problems with these tapes pulling themselves off during the night. In fact, the padding seems to break down and clump before the tapes become unusable.

As mentioned above, the mesh wing without padding makes me nervous about using this diaper in any position other than sitting or standing.

Price and Final Thoughts

These diapers are quite affordable in addition to being easily accessible. A case of 80 diapers can be ordered for about $35 ($0.43 per diaper) online from CVS, and the price in store is slightly above that at about $10 ($0.50 per diaper) for a pack of 20 diapers. They are especially affordable if they happen to be on sale as the price can drop to $7 or lower. I think that this is an excellent diaper for someone just starting out with the ABDL scene because it is both very affordable as well as easily accessible. The tapes on the diaper are forgiving, and it can stand up to at least one good wetting or a few paced wettings. The small size of the diaper allows it to be discreetly worn under clothing without arousing suspicion.


  • Open Padding side.jpg
    Open Padding side.jpg
    72.9 KB · Views: 870
  • Stacked 3.jpg
    Stacked 3.jpg
    41.3 KB · Views: 233
  • Open cloth side.jpg
    Open cloth side.jpg
    69 KB · Views: 234
  • Measured Hips.jpg
    Measured Hips.jpg
    76.1 KB · Views: 249
  • Measured Length.jpg
    Measured Length.jpg
    71.4 KB · Views: 457
  • Back.jpg
    40 KB · Views: 233
  • Front.jpg
    55.1 KB · Views: 298
  • Measured Crotch.jpg
    Measured Crotch.jpg
    73.3 KB · Views: 229
  • Wet Dry Side by Side.jpg
    Wet Dry Side by Side.jpg
    48.1 KB · Views: 245
  • Tapes.jpg
    69.8 KB · Views: 323
Last edited by a moderator:


  1. Diaper Lover
These and their Walgreens twin aren't bad if you can only wear for an hour or two. In my experience though you'll get a handful of smaller wettings or 1 flood and they are done. If they start to feel squishy it may already be to late.


Just your friendly neighborhood baa-by
Est. Contributor
  1. Adult Baby
  2. Diaper Lover
  3. Babyfur
  4. Little
Never even thought about these and decided to try them because of this review.

I like them a lot!

Always assumed all store brand cloth backed disposables were too low quality to reliably hold 1 wetting but I was wrong.

Great if you're a one and done type of wearer or like changing often.

Deleted member 47370

Diapers like these are ones I'd want to go number 2 in because I wouldn't feel like I'm pressured to keep it on for too long like a more expensive AB diaper.


  1. Adult Baby
  2. Diaper Lover
  3. Little
they're my brand of choice for at night, am a abdl, but these definitely help with my nocturnal enuresis(bedwetting, am a seriously heavy sleep) and if you have extra care rewards, you can get coupons that'll knock the price to anywhere from 20% off to even down to $3/pack.


Est. Contributor
  1. Diaper Lover
These and their Walgreens twin aren't bad if you can only wear for an hour or two. In my experience though you'll get a handful of smaller wettings or 1 flood and they are done. If they start to feel squishy it may already be to late.

I've had these before and they aren't bad, but I like the Walgreens Certainty Stretch Briefs better. They have standing leak guards at least whereas the CVS ones do not.


  • Certainty.jpg
    33.6 KB · Views: 15
  • Certainty_2.jpg
    49.3 KB · Views: 15


Est. Contributor
  1. Diaper Lover
I saw these in CVS the other day. I was debating buying them to try them out, but I had already spent lots of money that day, I decided on another time. Thanks for the review, I'm glad to see I can rely on them for quality.


Est. Contributor
  1. Diaper Lover
I like the Walgreens and I can wear them 3 1/2 to 4 hours at a time depending on how much you have to drink. If I were to drink a lot less I can probably get 4 1/2 to 5 hour out of them


  1. Adult Baby
  2. Diaper Lover
Tried this a few years back and they're definitely decent! It would reliably hold 2 wettings and I thought it swelled up a decent bit for its size and get squishy. They are a little thin and narrow, but for a store brand and for someone just starting out, they're just fine!

The stretch briefs from CVS on the other hand are not worth it in my opinion. They only reliably hold 1 decent wetting and they just don't fit the same as a traditional brief.


Est. Contributor
  1. Other
Hi, I cannot resist asking this question. The book you used, is that a Rubin and McNiel Psychology text book?