Help identifying goodnites-like thrift find

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I found these yesterday at a thrift store. I had never seen these designs before, so I took a chance on them hoping I found something unique. They seem similar to Goodnites in size and build (although I haven't taken one out to inspect closer yet): they are about 9.75in tall and have the waist/side-band material similar to Goodnites as opposed to granny pants/Ninjamas style. I count 22 in this pack.

I tried searching up some of the store-brand bedwetting diapers I know of that are similar to Goodnites, like Target's Up&Up and Walmart's Parent's Choice, but couldn't seem to find any designs similar. Unless they're from a while ago or an older design? Those brands are also unisex, whereas these seem possibly gendered for boys.

Thanks for the help!
 
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These might be the target ones.
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I found these yesterday at a thrift store. I had never seen these designs before, so I took a chance on them hoping I found something unique. They seem similar to Goodnites in size and build (although I haven't taken one out to inspect closer yet): they are about 9.75in tall and have the waist/side-band material similar to Goodnites as opposed to granny pants/Ninjamas style. I count 22 in this pack.

I tried searching up some of the store-brand bedwetting diapers I know of that are similar to Goodnites, like Target's Up&Up and Walmart's Parent's Choice, but couldn't seem to find any designs similar. Unless they're from a while ago or an older design? Those brands are also unisex, whereas these seem possibly gendered for boys.

Thanks for the help!
 
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No target uses kcc for manufacturing, targets are just like goodnites. Those are one of the knock offs but ive never seen that one.
 
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Date is 2022, so recent
 
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They look super nice.
 
They look exactly like Wal Mart's Parent's Choice. They have the same designs. Although when I purchased my box to try out, they were gray-scale. They must have updated to colors. These clear bags you have are from the box product. They also sell these in packs.

I'm a Goodnites fan so only purchased these once. Long been used now.

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They look exactly like Wal Mart's Parent's Choice. They have the same designs. Although when I purchased my box to try out, they were gray-scale. They must have updated to colors. These clear bags you have are from the box product. They also sell these in packs.

I'm a Goodnites fan so only purchased these once. Long been used now.

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Ah yeah, it looks exactly like those designs. Thanks

It seems the s/m size are blue as opposed to grayscale, an interesting choice for what they advertise as a unisex product. The 22 count also aligns with it being 1 bag from the s/m 44 count box.

Ah darn, not so uncommon and probably not going to fit me. I guess I will find some use for them as a stuffer or something.
 
Yup they are Parent's Choice style of Goodnites. I got the L/XL back in November of 22 and the designs are gray but look like the blue ones you posted. They actually aren't bad. Pretty thick and hold a lot (for a kids diaper) - I can get one full wetting and a few dribbles after. Not sure if that "40% more absorbent" claim is true, but they definitely hold a bit more than L/XL Goodnites, so maybe. Don't fit me as-is but I can modify them to and work well for when I'm at work and can't quite get to a toilet for a while. If you don't flood them all at once, they hold up good.

What I find interesting about these, is on the packaging it goes on to say how these are "good for daytime use for your older child." While they call it "nighttime underwear", on the list of features on the back it says it can be used for extended daytime use. Kind of cool that they understand some older kids still need daytime protection, too but may not want to wear the traditional "diaper."
 
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Another adorably cute profile pic. I can't stand it! 🥰😭💔

Was hoping it was a real book or something. 😩
 
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