Tesco Health Junior Plus 20 Nappies (NEW) *UK*

ChocChip

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So, the next logical step is to have another larger size branded as “Tesco Adult Nappies”...
 

ABDL23

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So, the next logical step is to have another larger size branded as “Tesco Adult Nappies”...
That would be a great thing for them to do as it’s a gap in their product range, if they were that price or maybe something like their bladder leak pants but for the same amount or slightly more than 20 then it’ll be a great thing for them to do.
 

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It’s all being driven by the mother of a disabled child who struggled to find suitable nappies after he outgrew the standard baby sizes.

Once he’s big enough for standard adult nappies then they might not have the same issue, but then again, if the NHS don’t supply something suitable, the campaign to extend the Tesco range upwards in size might continue.
 

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I pick up some of the slips from time to time and recently the supplier here in Canada has put them in their clearance section. Hopefully that doesn't point to what you mention, however the same company that makes the slips has recently recreated the X Plus which is polybacked so it could be a case of cycling out one type of product for another.
I've tried both and to be honest I prefer the super to the xplus. It'll be a real shame if they change them!
 

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I’ve worn them for 2 nights now and I can say they fit and feel really good they are brilliant for the early morning pee when your laying in bed and don’t feel like you want to get up yet, they hold a good 2 wettings for me. I like the little crinkles that they have when you rub them (sexual pleasure after peeing) for £4.50 defo going to get them again as they are one of the best I’ve tried. Might have to try a drynites under them as a booster, need some more drynites soon.
 

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I’d love to know the proportion of parents who have switched to these and ditched Drynites....as older bedwetters, my brother and I would regularly leak out of our drynites!
 

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I’d love to know the proportion of parents who have switched to these and ditched Drynites....as older bedwetters, my brother and I would regularly leak out of our drynites!
They’re also a lot cheaper and absorb far more!
 

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So, the next logical step is to have another larger size branded as “Tesco Adult Nappies”...
Yes.

I once suggested that the DryLife Slip Super would be a good nappy for supermarkets to stock (either as DryLife or own brand) as it’s cheap, plain white, plastic backed, not too thick, comes in one terrific absorbency and can be had in 2 sizes (medium and large) that would not take up too much shelf space.

I was shot down if I remember rightly...?
 

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I kinda wish they made the nappy and packaging somewhere in between to a child's diaper and packaging, than looking medical. So that it looks cool looking. Not baby'ish, but not medical'ish either.
 

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I wish they listed these properly on there website, there in the size 4 and 4+ 'shelf', and the original junior size is in potty training and pullups, I'm sure they would do much better if they where listed in the bedwetting, an size 6 and up categories.
I've almost worked my way through a pack of these already, they fit but not as comfy as aldi pullups for wearing out and about.
 

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I see little junior is from UK, me too. Have you tried Cuddlz store? I get some good stuff from there, including cartoon underwear briefs for littles.
 

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I bought some today after reading the advice in this thread, and have been trying them out this evening. The upper straps easily fit my 32 inch waist with a few inches to spare, but I can only just stretch the lower straps round my cycling legs. So as well as a thin waist, you also need thin legs, but the straps are very sticky and mine haven't come unstuck yet.
 
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