What diaper are you wearing right now?

Frungie

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Just a boring guy, same as yesterday morning: another wet and messy NS purple Supreme medium diaper. I'll change in about 2 hours and I have to (don't have to -want to) go to a friend's Memorial Service that is about an hour drive. I think I will stick to a NS diaper for this, a NS Lite either blue or purple should be discreet and reliable. I'll wet, but no messy diaper at the Memorial Service.
Update: I put the NS Lite medium, blue diaper on at about 7:30 am. I left for the Memorial Service at 8:30 am still dry. Arrived about 30 minutes early, 9:30 for a 10:00 am Memorial Service, still a good boy and dry. I had a cup of coffee in my car during the hour drive and we all know that coffee is a diuretic and bladder irritant. I wet during the service, wet more on the way home, wet more at home, wet while eating dinner with my wife, and now it is almost 5:00 pm and I am still in the NS Lite that is veerry wet but no leaks. For a Lite diaper they are absolutely amazing. ;)
 

Frungie

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An InControl Essential diaper this morning that is very wet and messy. The InControl Essential diaper is supposed to be for daytime use, while the Original diaper is for night time. I find that the Essential is quite "essential" for my night time conscious wetting, since I am not incontinent.
 

LifeInPlastic

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Finally got my hands on some Northshore MegaMax.
So far I'm impressed. Strong tapes, high capacity and a soft, durable but also silent plastic backing. Needs a bit more testing but seems to be on par with BetterDry/Crinklz. Plus I really like the tie-dye version. A fresh, colorful design that is not babyish.

Cheers
 

CommanderCrayfish

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A girls XL GoodNite, after having worn (and wet!) my first-ever (!) boys XL GoodNite. Actually held up really well, though I still think I prefer the girls' models more.
 

DiaperVapor

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Got my first vaccine shot today and have to take it easy for the next few days, so what better to do than to put on a diaper tonight.

First time trying an ABU SDK. I like the design and the landing zone, BUT I'm definitely a 4 tape person, not only do they look better IMO but they properly fit my body. With the two tapes it felt like I'd just put the top two tapes of a four tape diaper on. and I felt very loose at the back around my lower bottom, no matter what I did, so out came the clear packing tape and I made two lower tapes and secured the diaper tightly and snugly, now I'm protected and safe, and can relax!

Definitely feels soft, and I can feel the soft padding right up the front and right up the back. So apart from the two tape design, I like it!
 
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LifeInPlastic

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Finally got my hands on some Northshore MegaMax.
So far I'm impressed. Strong tapes, high capacity and a soft, durable but also silent plastic backing. Needs a bit more testing but seems to be on par with BetterDry/Crinklz. Plus I really like the tie-dye version. A fresh, colorful design that is not babyish.

Cheers
I must admit I am completely impressed by their performance. I wore the MegaMax in L now for 19h(including 7h nighttime) and it started to leak at a volume of ca. 1550ml. That is outstanding for a non boosted diaper! I`ve showered and now proceed to see how the M sized variant I just put on performs.

Cheers
 
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