What's your in store diaper of choice

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Hello everyone I'm new to the AB/DL so I currently wear goodnites in xl looking for your choice of diapers that you can buy at a local store online ordering is not an option for me at the moment and I have to use cash also thanks p.s if it matters I live in the states
 
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Paddedgameing said:
Hello everyone I'm new to the AB/DL so I currently wear goodnites in xl looking for your choice of diapers that you can buy at a local store online ordering is not an option for me at the moment and I have to use cash also thanks p.s if it matters I live in the states
Honestly there aren’t any good options in stores. Nearly all adult diapers have almost no absorbency and lack leak guards. A lot of adult pull ups are designed to be one size fits most. So you get granny panty designed briefs that fit huge for those on the lower end of the sizing. Taped adult diapers are becoming nearly nonexistent. Baby diapers and pull ups are too small and lack adequate absorbency for most adults. Though they’re creeping up in size. Goodnites seems to be a decent product but is still lacking in quality for absorbency. I was able to put a booster in a goodnite to give me the added assurance that it will hold a single wetting with a 99% certainty. I’ve tried medical supply stores in my area and they don’t seem to carry diapers. One medical supply store seems to be a discount store that only carries cheap brands. I’m not trying to be a Debbie downer but yeah.
 
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I12BLittle89 said:
Honestly there aren’t any good options in stores. Nearly all adult diapers have almost no absorbency and lack leak guards. A lot of adult pull ups are designed to be one size fits most. So you get granny panty designed briefs that fit huge for those on the lower end of the sizing. Taped adult diapers are becoming nearly nonexistent. Baby diapers and pull ups are too small and lack adequate absorbency for most adults. Though they’re creeping up in size. Goodnites seems to be a decent product but is still lacking in quality for absorbency. I was able to put a booster in a goodnite to give me the added assurance that it will hold a single wetting with a 99% certainty. I’ve tried medical supply stores in my area and they don’t seem to carry diapers. One medical supply store seems to be a discount store that only carries cheap brands. I’m not trying to be a Debbie downer but yeah.
Not a Debbie downer just informed and helpful someone mentioned a prepaid card and an Amazon locker something I'll have to look into not really sure lot of info and new things to learn and I'm enjoying the ride!
 
Honestly, Goodnites XL's are the best IMO. They're not diapers, but I like them over every economic store diaper I have ever tried. Many years ago I used to wear multiple 6 tape Depends, or 6 tape Depends with cloth diapers as boosters. That was alright, but I would never do it these days unless it was some kind of emergency.
 
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I have a pretty diverse library of diapers and Goodnites are still some of favorite to wet. As far as brands, in the US there are CVS Overnight Briefs. They're cloth backed and dont hold a ton, but they're affordable and have that diaper look. If youre in the UK or Europe, the Tena brand is more widely available (theyre plastic backed too for the most part.

In case you do go the route of amazon and need a more affordable brand to start with, I recomend Abena M4. They're plastic backed and cost around $20
 
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K00paTr00pa said:
I have a pretty diverse library of diapers and Goodnites are still some of favorite to wet. As far as brands, in the US there are CVS Overnight Briefs. They're cloth backed and dont hold a ton, but they're affordable and have that diaper look. If youre in the UK or Europe, the Tena brand is more widely available (theyre plastic backed too for the most part.

In case you do go the route of amazon and need a more affordable brand to start with, I recomend Abena M4. They're plastic backed and cost around $
 
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Paddedgameing said:
Thank you I'm looking into an Amazon locker not sure yet what that is and using a prepaid card so I might be able to expand my horizons!
 
My favorite in-store diaper of choice would be the Equate Assurance brand two-tab briefs from Walmart. I've heard a lot of people hate on them, but personally I don't know why. You can get a pack of 40 for around $16. They hold more than Goodnites. They are just plain white with a wetness indicator (a little boring), but I've used them for both wetting and messing. They've done a fine job for me. For around $32 I can basically fill my dresser with decent, mid-grade diapers. What's not to like?
 
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Are attends not sold in US stores, the premium are meant to be great, and is there no Tena?
 
Paddedgameing said:
Hello everyone I'm new to the AB/DL so I currently wear goodnites in xl looking for your choice of diapers that you can buy at a local store online ordering is not an option for me at the moment and I have to use cash also thanks p.s if it matters I live in the states
Yea, like 12BLittle...said. Not anything good in the stores that would not be geared towards a one size fits all, think granny pants. Are the Goodnites not working out? KC is doing something new with them here in 2023, probably late fall release that would show up in stores.
 
I'm in the uk and here we can not easily get abdl nappies in the shops. they dont usually stock them but we can of course get medical use ones. tena attends etc, as well as own brands. So I usually order on line, and try to be here when it arrives. otherwise my nappies get delivered to a unsuspecting neighbour.
 
Tena super 4 tab brief. They have the green stripes.
 
The old saying: "You get what you pay for." Walmart, Walgreen's CVS, or any other store brand are very thin and good for one, maybe 1.5 wettings. Medical Supply stores carry some diapers that are better such as Tranquility ATN or Attends Premier diapers. I wish NS would get their diapers into the local brick and mortar stores. How convenient would that be?
 
I live within driving distance of ABU Everett so technically my in store diaper of choice is ABU little pawz
 
I like to using North Shores MagaMax mostly, Have use Better Drys along with Crinkz Fairyland when I like to wear something fun & cute !!
 
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