Is this a good diaper?

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thats one of the best diapers around hands down. pretty much anything is cheaper compared to them normally xD
 

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They're good I have heard of pin hole leaks in the cloth backed m4s like the ones shown the original ones are far superior
 

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The abriform level 4 are well-liked for their comfort, fit, and high capacity. They've converted most of their production to clothlike though so if you prefer plastic they can be difficult to find. They don't have front/rear elastic unfortunately, which is really the only major feature they lack. They've got "racing stripes" on the shell along with a wetness indicator for a semi-medical look to them
 

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A budget friendly diaper would be Tranquility " all through the night" similar to Abena, definitely plastic backed,and is fairly comparable absorbency wise. Try them and see ,you only live once and there's lots of diapers to try.
 

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They are really good, but the plastic version is softer and better in my opinion. Get seni diapers if you prefer cloth backed; seni are the softest cloth backed diapers I know of, while abena are the softest plastic backed diapers in my opinion. Seni are also really durable. Abena tapes start to sag and the fluff clumps up after a few hours of wear even if you don't wet them. I frequently wear seni all day at work and then can keep them on all evening without them losing their softness.

The only diapers that are more absorbent than abena m4 are the novelty ones like dry 24/7 which tend to hold more than you need if you are being hygienic about your wearing. You get what you pay for in this industry: cheaper diapers are going to be disproportionately bad. Half the price means less than half the quality. It is better to buy a small number of good diapers than a large number of bad ones.

http://www.amazon.com/Seni-Briefs-S...c&ie=UTF8&qid=1449624458&sr=1-1&keywords=seni
 

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Is this a good diaper? https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002N70OW2/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

What is better than this one and is this a diaper that can last long (before you go in it?) and what cheap diaper would you suggest instead of this! (Im on a budget! That's why! That's why!)

The main downside of these diapers is the fact that they tend to have issues with urine seeping to the outside. That is why I don't use them. The plastic backed version is WAY better. They do tend to clump a lot and so you will have a pretty lumpy diaper once it is wet. Here is a review of the plastic version. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoC6OgZGAL8

I found that I had the same results with the diapers that hte person in the video had.
 
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