Weirdest diaper I have ever try

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Weirdest diaper i ever try they were on promo but to be honest feel very weird to wear them
 
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Why is it weird? I just wanted to order some samples.
 
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Pino said:
Why is it weird? I just wanted to order some samples.
The way you need to put them on with the belt is very weird but for the rest they are alright
 
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... this is my usual diaper for daytime (but in the (10) version, which has higher capacity, not in the (8)) - perfect fit for my body shape (size M), holds enough for me to get over the day with only two of them, easy to open and refasten if you use the toilet in between and easy to change standing up even without needing a wall to lean on!
 
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Never been a fan of the old belt system, just doesn't feel very secure.
I do like the new Molicare stretchy one tape diapers, hope more brands start making those soon.
 
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Attends built their early diapers based on the belt design and although their diapers have been comfortable the belt with the big buttons placed lines and bumps that was a dead give away. For me they had been good for short use. Have not tried the new version and I guess I should. Thank you for the heads-up!
 
I personally don't like that type of product. I think the only advantage of them is that they are easier to put on by yourself and without needing to lay down or lean against the wall. They never feel very tight or secure, and more importantly the velcro attachers face toward the skin which often ends up rubbing against the skin and is not comfortable.
 
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Is that velcro?
 
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Weird…

I’ve gotta say those Goodnites Trufit were just terribly misguided. But I’ll tell you what’s hands down the worst, most ill-conceived diaper ever:

Incontinence boxer briefs

Dignity-enhancing, my rashy ass…!
 
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LifesAB said:
Never been a fan of the old belt system, just doesn't feel very secure.
I do like the new Molicare stretchy one tape diapers, hope more brands start making those soon.
I bought some of these. I'm a sucker for single-tape diapers because that's what I grew up in, but these are a bit too much like a "belted-on pad" to me, and not enough like a diaper. I wish the back of them had a bit more of a triangular cut. I do like the stretchy wings, however - if they started a bit further outward toward the hips, they'd be more like an adult-sized Pampers Cruiser.
 
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I've tried these (and Tena's), but I couldn't get neither of them tight enough round the legs, so leakages would happen quick.
Otherwise the idea is good.
 
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When I tried them I had nothing but leaks as my bladder letting go was like a power washer and wee would just flood out of the open sides, that was why I went to the full wrap round "slip" and whilst that is no longer a problem for me I will stay with the full on taped design as it copes much better with a #2 accident and contains the smell much better than the belt type of Nappy.
 
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For sure you must be aware that these belt type diapers are not designed for any ABDL purposes - it's not the 5000ml capacity, its not plastic backed, not designed for massive floods or huge #2 accidents. It is a medical diaper, and for a certain kind of incontinence they are IMHO a very valuable product. They hold much more that pull-up styles (for half of the price), are much, much easier to change than those, give also very easy access to a toilet and are quite discreet to wear under regular clothing. In my eyes a very good compromise for those where the usual pull-up style pants are not enough, but do not want to go to tabbed full diapers because they also use the toilet in between.
So, for daytime use I'm very happy with the Attends Flex - for the night I switch to Tena Proskin Maxi full diapers as I gave up sprinting to the toilet during sleep phase...
 
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My main complaint with the TENA Flex belted briefs is that the belt sits quite high on my waist, usually showing above the back of my waist line. My wife on a few occasions has had to warn me that my diaper was showing.
 
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Neroforte said:
I got a sample of these and it was hilarious trying to figure it out!! I’ll stick to the 4 tabbed brief
 
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I tried the Tena Flex several years ago. Overall I liked the design - they worked well for my level of incontinence, they were very easy to change in a bathroom stall, and they were extremely easy to get open when I made it to the restroom in time.

What kept me from continuing to use them is that the velcro was very scratchy, and it always seemed to work its way around to chafe on my skin no matter how I tried to adjust it. Having something abrasive against my abdomen just wasn't comfortable.

Maybe I will try the Attends ones and see if they've solved this problem.
 
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I know a quite a few of people that use wheelchairs mostly paralyzed that have light enough voids or used as just Incase in between catching and for men that cath it provides an easy solution. With those with mobility issues they find that they are easy to change if needed. I actually tried a few of them but between heavier voids and dual ic they didn't work for me. I want to say in a Tena UK product video they show these can be put on various ways like besides the obvious way if the person caths or potentially can use the toilet it can be put on basically backwards, in theory of the product is dry or not used if put on the other way it doesn't potentially expose the product to the back of the toilet when it's rolled up towards the front.
 
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These are my late afternoon and evening nappy after I remove my pubic pressure urinal and leg bag. I was sceptical at first and a previous attempt at wearing them had been poor but after a meeting with the NHS continence nurse tried again and now have four packs every 12 weeks supplied by the NHS. Nighttime is in a Tena Ultima and the combination of leg bag, Tena Flex and Tena Ultima works well.
 
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mechanicX said:
Is that velcro?
Technically Velcro is a name brand, but is often used as the general term for the "hook and loop" attachment device. And yes, there are 3 "hook and loop" attachment parts on this type of adult brief. One that attaches the belt system around the waist, and 2 that attach the front of the brief to the belt. If you look at the picture, they are the dark blue rectangles. They are very rough in texture and uncomfortable when pressed against the skin.
 
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ltaluv said:
I tried the Tena Flex several years ago. Overall I liked the design - they worked well for my level of incontinence, they were very easy to change in a bathroom stall, and they were extremely easy to get open when I made it to the restroom in time.

What kept me from continuing to use them is that the velcro was very scratchy, and it always seemed to work its way around to chafe on my skin no matter how I tried to adjust it. Having something abrasive against my abdomen just wasn't comfortable.
One thing about the TENA Flex that impressed me, is that they seemed to have good odour control.
 
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