Diapers or Pull-ups?

Diapers or Pull-ups?

  • Diapers

    Votes: 56 91.8%
  • Pull-ups

    Votes: 5 8.2%

  • Total voters
    61

WillieSmalls

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Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Diaperfur, Little
I’m still figuring out what I like best
The ease an feel of pull-ups is nice but Dey have low absorbency and finding affordable right fit is difficult

Diapers can hold a lot w/o leakage but not as easy for a quick change and I’m not sold on the feel quite yet, I also think I may need a larger size but Dey can be quite expensive also

What do people prefer? And what brands?
 

angelicprince

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Adult Baby, Little, Other
For my money nothing beats a diaper.
As far as brands go the bear hugs are my current favorite, but I have some ADU preschool and kiddo in the mail arriving aTuesday so that might change.
 

chamberpot

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1,090
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Diaper Lover, Incontinent, Other
pull-ups during the day and a diaper at night for the last several years, best of both worlds
 

BabyTyrant

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Diaper Lover
Honestly I don't find changing a Diaper to take that long if it's just wet

But maybe that's because I have had a lot of time (weekends and sometimes after work) in Diapers over the last 7 or 8 years, I could change from 1 wet diaper to a Dry Diaper really quickly, so I just stick with Diapers, though most of my use is just at home, so I have rarely had to change anywhere else.
 

depends4me

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345
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Diaper Lover
Pull-ups have their uses, but I don't hold back during bladder movements, so want something with full coverage and high absorbency. I will wear pull-ups when exercising outdoors (running/walking), working outdoors, etc., particularly in summer when "breathable" is a plus. I don't buy anything fancy, just Depends Flex Fit or Tru Fit at the store, and they're good for an hour or two, or more if I'm sweating. Changing pull-ups means removing your pants or shorts, too, so I actually prefer changing tape-on diapers. I think the best approach is to have a variety of options depending on your activity. I switch between belted shields from Wal-Mart, the Depends pull-ups above, Northshore Lites and Tranquility ATN's for mid-range protection (often with a booster), up to Northshore Supremes.
 
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Starlight12

Pinkie pie the diaper pie.
Contributor
Messages
82
Age
26
Role
Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Babyfur, Diaperfur, Little
I’m still figuring out what I like best
The ease an feel of pull-ups is nice but Dey have low absorbency and finding affordable right fit is difficult

Diapers can hold a lot w/o leakage but not as easy for a quick change and I’m not sold on the feel quite yet, I also think I may need a larger size but Dey can be quite expensive also

What do people prefer? And what brands?
I like Tena best. But if you’re looking for good diapers but cheap. You try looking at Nappies R us.
 

WillieSmalls

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Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Diaperfur, Little
For my money nothing beats a diaper.
As far as brands go the bear hugs are my current favorite, but I have some ADU preschool and kiddo in the mail arriving aTuesday so that might change.
I don’t know bear hugs :(
Where can I find dese?
 

bigtoddler96

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338
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Diaper Lover, Little
I like diapers better because diapers are more babyish/toddlerish than pull-ups.
 
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SpAzpieSweeTot

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Adult Baby, Little, Incontinent
Honestly, if I have to go disposable, my ideal solution ends up looking like a pull-up and a diaper loved each other very much. :ROFLMAO: My hands and tapes do not get along! What I plan to do is start with a decent pull up, pair it with one of those pads that looks like a wingless diaper, cut the backing off the pad everywhere it'd touch the pull-up padding, and stick an upside down booster over the hole, so pee goes from wingless diaper, to booster, to pull-up, but the system ends up with diaper-like coverage, because the backing on the wingless diaper is only gone where the pull-up touches. Does that make sense? Ah, the joys of disability! Sometimes, custom solutions are required.:ROFLMAO:
 
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BabyTyrant

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Diaper Lover
I don’t know bear hugs :(
Where can I find dese?
They are made by Changing Times Diaper Company, and they are pretty much like Tykables (cloth on top of plastic backing, so the Velcro tabs can adhere, and you can readjust them many times), but with a cute night time Teddy Bear theme
 

Tundra1975

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325
Role
Incontinent
Pull ups are totally inadequate for me because I am completely bladder and bowel incontinent and high quality adult diapers are the only thing that can contain my accidents.
 

BabyDenise

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2,359
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Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Sissy, Little
I use both Pull-ups and tabbed diapers depending on the situation and what I am attempting to do but if I had to choose, I would go with tabbed diapers as they are usable in more situations than pull-ups are for me.
 

Rob110

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1,176
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Incontinent
For me tapped diapers work best its been years since I wore a pullup and ended up standing in a self made puddle after the pullup failed
 
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lonnie

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693
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Diaper Lover, Other
I’ve tried pull ups, did not care for the fit and leaking.
I’ve been a diaper lover since childhood and prefer plastic backing on my diapers.
 

12srepaid

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Diaper Lover
Although I like my Goodnites, I like diapers more. Even the word - diaper, is cool.
 
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chasekiddo19

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Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Little
Nappies of course. They’re far more absorbent and I love the tapes on nappies
 
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Sheepies

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Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Babyfur, Little
I wish they had cute functional adult sized pull ups like Pull-Ups does with the fade when wet indicator. I'd be all over those in a heartbeat.

I really like pull ups, but you can't beat the dependability of a tape on diaper.
 
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