Adult Diaper video reviews
The Flagship product of secure personal care products.
Thick Heavy Diaper for heavy incontinence. Features a quiet plastic backing and frontal tape zone for rip free use. Best for night use, but I have used them during the day under loose clothing as they are comfortable.
Super absorbent diaper marketed for incontinence that is produced by a adult baby oriented company.
Best used for overnight and long periods between changes. They are Comfortable to wear all day, but are bulky so loose fitting clothes must be worn. They are a good quality diaper, but tend to be on the expensive side and aren't found in local stores.
Depends Underwear for Men
Pullup Incontinence underwear marketed for men and made by Depends.
Grey in color, light weight and very discreet, but it comes at a cost to protection. These are best for light bladder problems and not for fecal incontinence at all. Although the pull up design seems like a good idea at first you will soon find the down side when you try to put on a clean pair in a public restroom. Absorbancy is mediocre and padding does not go the full length of the diaper. On the plus side they are cheap and found in local stores.
Tena Classic Plus
A good low cost, cloth backed diaper, designed for Moderate urinary or bowel incontinence.
These diapers are a good low cost solution for moderate urinary or bowel incontinence. They are cloth backed, which is more discreet than cheap plastic backing, but not as good as high quality plastic backing. They don't have a lot of padding, have relatively high leg gatherers, and come up high on the back making them good for fecal incontinence. You can get a pack at Walmart for under 9 bucks.
Developed and designed by Dry Care, for ultra heavy incontinence.
The thickest and most absorbent disposable diaper money can buy. Wow, are these things' absorbant. If you have heavy Urinary incontinent and money is no object, these are for you. Because of the extra thickness they only work so-so for fecal incontinence. They have a nice thick and quiet plastic backing that other manufacturers should strive to use. Great in situations where you have to go all day and night between changes.
Tranquility slimline Breathable
Cloth backed, economical diaper designed for moderate urinary or fecal incontinence.
The diapers I tested are the breathable version that are very similar to Tena Classics. They also come in plastic backed (will review someday). They have double side walls, a high back, and a slim design that gives more room for fecal matter making them a decent lost cost solution for fecal incontinence. They are middle of the road for absorbency and I would recommend the Tranquility All-Through-the-Night diapers for heavy urinary problems. They are a non-discreet peach color.
About My adult diaper video reviews
I am fecal incontinent, active, and have long spells where I have no access to a bathroom. Because of this I tend to favor the heavy brief type diapers and have a negative bias towards the pullup type. My condition is rare and most people with incontinence problems have bladder or bladder and bowel control problems. Also, statistically people with bladder and bowel problems are not active. Because of my unique problem, activity level, and age it puts me in a good position to test products under more severe conditions than some of the products where designed for.
Adult Diapers come in many different styles and price ranges. As with so many other things you generally get what you pay for and with higher pay comes more absorbency and better protection. That’s not to say the cheaper diapers aren’t any good and they may be better for your needs if you’re on a strict budget and/or only have a slight problem. People come in many different shapes and sizes and people’s needs can vary widely so what may work for me may not work for you. With this in mind I created these videos as more of a visual reference rather than relating the diapers to specific needs.