Tena/Serenity Super Plus Pull-ups

Status
Not open for further replies.
Messages
1,857
Role
Diaper Lover, Carer
I ordered a free sample of these a couple weeks back, from the US tena site. Well they said it would take 4-6 weeks and they came today in under 3 weeks which was good. I just tried one of the two samples I got. They are really discreet, but were a little big on me so I rolled down the top waist band.
Anyways as soon as I tried wetting them it was leaking down my leg within 2-3 seconds of peeing, so I stopped obviously. It like could not nearly keep up absorbing to the rate I was peeing, not even close. I was not even peeing that fast, just kind of steady. I think that its becaus of my package down there it actually did not leg the leg bands stand firm against my groin/leg area. So it just ran out. So these absolutely suck for absorbancy, at least for males anyways. I doubt they were intended for males at all. So no one ever buy any Tena Serenity Pull-ups, unless your female or do not have a thing down there, or they will work horribly.
 

Darkfinn

Banned
Messages
3,681
Role
Diaper Lover, Incontinent,
Uhm... yeah... serenity panties are definately for the females...
 

ballucanb

Est. Contributor
Messages
1,992
Role
Private
Yeah, I got one of those also, but never used it, I'm not big on the pull up type diaper, but I do enjoy wearing goodnights now and then, but mostly in the summer when I wear shorts all the time.

If you got that kind of result out of that tena I don't think I give this one a try I like to keep my diapers on for a long time or at least untill they leak, and it sounds like it would only last me a few mins.

Thanks for the info
 
Messages
1,857
Role
Diaper Lover, Carer
I am thinking about using the last sample I have for the inside of a molicare, that could be a good booster I suppose.
 

Gingy

Est. Contributor
Messages
2,124
Role
Adult Baby, Sissy
hahaha maybe you shouldn't wet the other one... Or if you do, go really slowly.
ive seen that diaper, its really just for a slow drip I think.
 
Messages
1,857
Role
Diaper Lover, Carer
hahaha maybe you shouldn't wet the other one... Or if you do, go really slowly.
ive seen that diaper, its really just for a slow drip I think.
No no, it holds a significant amount, AT LEAST as mch as a goodnite, but a little more than that I think. Just no leak gaurds and does not fit anyone with a package good which equals Leak Central! :bleh:
 

DanElmontan

Est. Contributor
Messages
166
Role
Diaper Lover
I'd say if you are looking for a pull-up style diaper that you want to let it rip in...try out the Tranquility Premium Overnight Underwear...its nice and thick and has good frontal coverage for guys, absorbent too!
 
Messages
1,857
Role
Diaper Lover, Carer
I actually tried to wear an abena xplus over top of my last sample of these today and it is working pretty freakin good! So they are good for some extra absorbancy, but absolutely patheticly useless for a guy, and still not very good for girls. That is pretty pathetic for Serenity's best absorbancy product, these extra plus pull up panties.
 

Darkfinn

Banned
Messages
3,681
Role
Diaper Lover, Incontinent,
and we wonder why so many people in this world have trouble with IC... the products that you can get in stores are horrible.
 
Messages
88
Role
Diaper Lover
Basically, I've learned anything that's not considered a "brief", ie - is the pull-up kind of diaper, refastenable or not - cannot be trusted to hold your stuff. I wouldn't be caught dead with some of those.
 
Messages
1,857
Role
Diaper Lover, Carer
Basically, I've learned anything that's not considered a "brief", ie - is the pull-up kind of diaper, refastenable or not - cannot be trusted to hold your stuff. I wouldn't be caught dead with some of those.
No no, there are trustable pull ups out there that are decent for one good wetting. Tena and Abena I heard make pretty good pull ups that are worth it. Those are the only ones I know about that are good. Also if you ave a 28 inch waist or smaller, goodnites could hold a good wetting for you too.
 

RileyKilo

Est. Contributor
Messages
66
Role
Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Sissy, Incontinent
Yeah, Poise Panties and Serenity Pull-ups do not work for men... it's a shame because they fit so well, but i honestly doubt these would even remotely work for women who are heavy wetters as well.
 

Amelia

Est. Contributor
Messages
45
Role
Diaper Lover, Incontinent
No no, there are trustable pull ups out there that are decent for one good wetting. Tena and Abena I heard make pretty good pull ups that are worth it. Those are the only ones I know about that are good. Also if you ave a 28 inch waist or smaller, goodnites could hold a good wetting for you too.
1 good wetting only = lousy....

diaper change takes longer than peeing in a toilet proper

Since whats the point of wearing diapers if u have to change after every wetting? Might as well use the bathroom :dunno:
 

Darkfinn

Banned
Messages
3,681
Role
Diaper Lover, Incontinent,
Since whats the point of wearing diapers if u have to change after every wetting? Might as well use the bathroom :dunno:
If I'm not mistaken... the basic idea is that these products provide protection for those of us who try to but cannot make it to the bathroom on time. Someone dealing with bladder problems who had an accident b/c they couldn't find a restroom in time... or the line was too long. Obviously said person would still want to head to a restroom to change and not be going around with a soaked pullup for the rest of the day.

There are a lot of folks out there with legitimate bladder control issues that (strangely enough) do not happen to share our affinity for diapers. They would rather not have any padding at all... but logically some protection is necessary if they are going to be out-and-about. Products like this are designed to provide a minimal degree of protection and a maximum degree of discretion. They are not intended for use by someone who would rather piss themselves instead of using the toilet that is 10-20 feet away.
 
Messages
1,857
Role
Diaper Lover, Carer
If I'm not mistaken... the basic idea is that these products provide protection for those of us who try to but cannot make it to the bathroom on time. Someone dealing with bladder problems who had an accident b/c they couldn't find a restroom in time... or the line was too long. Obviously said person would still want to head to a restroom to change and not be going around with a soaked pullup for the rest of the day.

There are a lot of folks out there with legitimate bladder control issues that (strangely enough) do not happen to share our affinity for diapers. They would rather not have any padding at all... but logically some protection is necessary if they are going to be out-and-about. Products like this are designed to provide a minimal degree of protection and a maximum degree of discretion. They are not intended for use by someone who would rather piss themselves instead of using the toilet that is 10-20 feet away.
Exactly! I could not have said it better myself! I do not understand why most people are sooo incredibly repulsed by diapers...I mean pee is completly sanitary, plus it is their own pee. Oh well I geuss thats the way it goes when society goes around telling people...."Diapers are for babies!" or "Ewww you peed your pants, thats so nasty!" or "Haha look at that old person, probably wearing depends!!!" Basically society has found every possible way to make fun of pee and diapers so that every person is scarred to death to use a diaper, or even just put one on.
 

Darkfinn

Banned
Messages
3,681
Role
Diaper Lover, Incontinent,
Society's trend towards sanitation... sewers... toilets.. I understand. But why it is seen as better to wet ones pants than to make use of a simple diaper I do not.
 

Amelia

Est. Contributor
Messages
45
Role
Diaper Lover, Incontinent
Products like this are designed to provide a minimal degree of protection and a maximum degree of discretion. They are not intended for use by someone who would rather piss themselves instead of using the toilet that is 10-20 feet away.
Which means the the diaper companies would earn big time due to many changes :smile1:
 

IncompleteDude

Est. Contributor
Messages
1,083
Role
Private
I bought the tena pullups, and they do suck for absorption. However, they are ok if you're just wearing for fun, not to wet, as they are very discreet.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top