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  1. So, as a frequent bedwetter, I order diapers in bulk pretty often. With a recent order from NorthShore Medical, I received a sample pack of their new line, the NorthShore MegaMax. They boast it as a less bulky, yet slightly larger in size and holding capacity than their other styles. I personally have an issue with standard adult diaper sizes, as I have large hips, so I was eager to see if their slightly larger sizes would make a difference. Anyways, lets get right into it, shall we? To start off, The diaper itself is noticeably thinner than their Supreme or the ConfiDry 24/7 (another brand that NorthShore offers), and has one other large difference that ABDL diaper brand followers will notice right away... A landing zone for the tapes. Opening it up, there was one thing I really didn't care for.... they branded NorthShore all over the wings of the diaper, which just looks.... tacky. So, after this came the test to see if the "increased length and width" would match up to my hips. This is the major reason I stopped getting the NorthShore Supremes and went to ConfiDry 24/7's, because they're just a tad bit bigger sized, and fit me much better. Well, the MegaMax also fits me a bit better, and has about the same sizing as the ConfiDry's, so whether or not that suits you, it is definitely something to take into consideration. You'll notice as well that the NorthShore logo is clearly visible on the sides... not too thrilled there. Now we get to the real meat of the test.... the usage. I read a lot of reviews going into this and found people saying the same thing all over the board, and being either excited or disappointed by it: This thing SWELLS. Its capacity is on point with ABDL brands (you might notice a trend here...), and it quickly wicks away any wetness to help it even out. Granted, the area closest to where wetness originates swells first, and then after that it seeps out and you'll notice more and more areas getting thicker. And boy, does it get thicker. I was constantly surprised how much this thing swells. That wasn't the only thing that surprised me, however... As it swells, the landing zone starts to peel from the plastic not really wanting to expand as much as it does. This doesn't affect the tapes, which held strong, and I was able to tape and re-tape them several times (though I didn't feel any need to, honestly). These pictures were taken about 4 hours and 8 hours in, and I would say that it was at half capacity at the 8 hour mark. Another thing that surprised me was the noise level of this diaper. At the start, the thing is near silent, making it great for discreet wearing, but the more wet it got, the louder every party of it became. The landing zone crinkles more under the stress of the stretching plastic, the plastic rubs more against itself as it swells, and that is something I've not ever really had happen with an adult diaper. I've had the opposite, where they get quieter as they get more full, but never louder. So, all in all, I feel I can sum up a review of this diaper with one simple thing. Its NorthShore's attempt to make an ABDL diaper. It swells more and makes more noise as you wet it, which is something ABDL's usually look for, but not people with incontinence issues. However, this aside, it does hold up well, and if you've got a little bit larger hips (like me) or find that most Medium sizes don't fit you so great, then absolutely look into giving these a try. They are not at all like NorthShore's other styles, though, so don't go into it looking for a slightly different Supreme. Let me know what you guys think, and I'll try to answer any other questions you have as best as I can below!
  2. Funny Pseudonym

    Pampers Easy Ups

    So, as the title says, this is sort of a review for Pampers Easy Ups,(Girls, 4t-5t) Let me preface this by saying that I one of the DLs that prefers baby diapers,,and as such may have a slight bias. So, Pampers. Most of you like them, like the smell,all that sort of thing, but can at most cram into a Pampers size six, or a European equivalent. This is good. That pampers stretchyness combined with closed sides means you can fit into them actually rather easily, (I'm a 34 men's waist). They're also the most absorbent and thickest baby diapers I've ever come across, and I whole-heartedly recommend them. Pros: Cheap Common Less suspicion when buying Absorbent (for a baby diaper) Thick (for a baby diaper) Amazing stretchyness MY GOD, THE SMELL Large packs Wetness indicator (this may be a pro or a con, depends on personal preference) Hard to make leak (I've had huge piddles in the seat and then sat down wraith out leaking) Cons: Small (Depends on preference) Pink Not really absorbent compared to adult diapers (takes like two small settings or one good soaking and a bit) Baby diaper (also personal preference) Not really crinkly
  3. I have always liked goodnights and depends, neither have really disappointed me. But the goodnights are a bit too tight and uncomfortable for my male parts and the Depends with tabs are plastic backed making it too hot to wear sometimes. The depends always make me sweat especially at night. I decided to try something new and I finally came across a diaper worth trying. They're called Comfort Aire PM overnight briefs by Medline. I like how thick these are and their ability to hold A FLOODING!! They are cloth-like making it a lot more quiet and breathable. For those who want to be risky, they are a bit bulky under clothes but still not very noticeable depending on what you wear. I also love how Comfort Aire diapers don't go too high on the waist. These are definitely great for heavy bedwetters!! NOTE: The Depends with tabs and Goodnights have the leak guards (which I like). Unfortunately the Comfort Aire PM does not have leak guards however this does not affect the performance or quality of the diaper!! They are still soft and crinkly like Goodnights you will not be disappointed!! PICTURED: Comfort Aire PM, and Walmart version of goodnights.
  4. Diapered1993

    Budget Diapers

    There seems to be a lot of talk about premium diapers (Bambino, ABU, etc...), but not a lot of discussion about cheaper ones. It seems to me to be an idea worthy of a topic on the forum. So here's the question, what diapers provide good quality without breaking your bank.
  5. For a diaper as cheap as these are, I admit that I was skeptical about people ranking these amongs Molicare and Abena, but I figured that variety was the spice of life. First off, I have to say that they don't fit as well as you'd think. A medium supposetly does the job for waists up to 44 inches, but I found myself having to stretch the plastic a bit to even get it on as a size 38. As for the quality itself, it honestly feels like a Depends Maximum Protection in texture, thickness, and appearance. In fact, the only thing it seems to have above Depends so far is the dual taping system. It's still dry, granted, so maybe it holds THAT much more. In short, I wouldn't kill yourself trying to get these based on what I see so far, but if there's any interest, I'll update when it's fairly wet.