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I've been recommended depends adjustable underwear as a pull on diaper or the best bet for me sense I can't hardly diaper myself.

My question is how good are they?
I don't flood or mess. I wet once or twice.
 

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The main point is how much you wet. Try a package out. No need to get a whole case. If they don't work look into some of the other brands with better absorbency. In fact some suppliers will even sent you samples.
I don't know if you have a physical disability but learning to diaper yourself is just a matter of practice. Try it on a weekend when you don't have to go out just in case you leak.
 

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Depends adjustable, like their pullup, aren't really designed for people who need a high-capacity product. They don't have stand-up cuffs and don't have a lot of absorbancy, and don't handle flooding well, but they work well if you only need to contain the occasional leak or a slow dribble. If you're just looking to play around with diapers, they are an option, but just don't expect them to hold Niagara Falls or anything. If you want a better pullup, Abena's version is as good as it gets, so I've heard.
 

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Hi there
I currently wear attends Slip (traditional diaper) at night and have just discovered Briefs (mini diaper) what a find for daytime use! Before deciding which product best meets your needs I would ask for samples first as there is nothing worse than buying a full pack and making a bad choice.
 

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I do have to mention, while they are Godawful in the holding capacity, the Velcros help snug them up so as to not be total granny-panty sag and the padding is a bit wider than the Assurance bags they are usually found next to on the shelf but all in all Walmart is the Diaper Lovers' Skid Row
 

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Depends adjustable, like their pullup, aren't really designed for people who need a high-capacity product. They don't have stand-up cuffs and don't have a lot of absorbancy, and don't handle flooding well, but they work well if you only need to contain the occasional leak or a slow dribble. If you're just looking to play around with diapers, they are an option, but just don't expect them to hold Niagara Falls or anything. If you want a better pullup, Abena's version is as good as it gets, so I've heard.

Any views on tranquility pull ons?


Hi there
I currently wear attends Slip (traditional diaper) at night and have just discovered Briefs (mini diaper) what a find for daytime use! Before deciding which product best meets your needs I would ask for samples first as there is nothing worse than buying a full pack and making a bad choice.
Any views on tranquility pull ons.

I do have to mention, while they are Godawful in the holding capacity, the Velcros help snug them up so as to not be total granny-panty sag and the padding is a bit wider than the Assurance bags they are usually found next to on the shelf but all in all Walmart is the Diaper Lovers' Skid Row
 

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Any views on tranquility pull ons?

I don't have any experience with them, but Tranquility products are generally pretty good for the price. Their pull-on has stand-up guards, which is a huge plus, and the website claims they hold 25 oz, which is more than their tape-on Slimline diaper. They also have an overnight pull-on, which they claim holds 34 oz. Judging from their ATN, which I'm very familiar with, I'd think their other products would be good. You can get a 2-diaper sample for $0.99 plus S&H. Tranquility Incontinence Products Sample Page
 
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