Yeah, this.Though they are designed for up to 15 years (as the UK Drynite branding claims).
Hah, I'm 4 less. I hate being this fat. I'm sure you love it, hyp.) [I almost called you a Hyppo, but I thought you would take offense to that, of which I did not mean, was I correct?]I am actually -10ish pounds less then the end of the suggested weight range for Goodnites (125+).
Well that is what's "wrong" with them, and it's a lot to pay for basically an adult diaper with cute prints added. Plus to me I see them as a specific AB product which doesn't do much for me. If I know it's a product designed by ABs for ABs, I don't feel I'd be wearing a baby diaper.There's nothing wrong with Bambino diapers at all, they are great and they can be retaped a LOT. The only problem with them is the cost at like nearly 2 dollars per diaper or more depending on tax and shipping rates.
pampers size 7 beat drynites/goodnites, hands down.Well that is what's "wrong" with them, and it's a lot to pay for basically an adult diaper with cute prints added. Plus to me I see them as a specific AB product which doesn't do much for me. If I know it's a product designed by ABs for ABs, I don't feel I'd be wearing a baby diaper.
I get far more of a kick from genuine pampers doubled up.
But for quality adult diapers, you can do just as good with Abri/Abena or (in Europe especially), Tena and Harmony.
Apart from pampers size 7 not really "fitting" (I mean properly fitting) anyone other than the intended age range (i.e. babies and toddlers). Drynites/Goodnites are intended for up to a typical age 15 body, which given them a significant advantage even if not of the same quality.pampers size 7 beat drynites/goodnites, hands down.
So much for a fresh-from-the-pack experience.pampers size 7 fit modified properly, fit me.
cut the tabs off, add some linen strips to the tabs and to where u cut them off. join them together with the suitable glue like epoxy or super glue.
and then they fit properly.
Me too! However, now I don't even think of Goodnites for a diaper. They're good if you want a discreet and subtle look with a bit of protection but back then they weren't super great or anything. They took a wetting and swelled up pretty big but leaks were a common memory :]Man I used to rock Goodnites for hours back in the day...when they were still white that is. I would call that being a first generation DL. Any first generation DLs here remember how big those suckers used to get? Good God it was unholy in every way, yet so entertaining!
Anyway yeah, I don't wear them for use anymore unless as a stuffer, in which case they work fantastically. You can flood and be fine as long as you have something else on!