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Honeywell6180    150

Actually it sounds like the biggest problem is that soft paws just don't offer case shipping. I'm always going to compare their best per-diaper pricing so if all they have is a pack then it will never be able to compare to any other diaper that comes in a case.

Also; regarding the dry24/7 "promotional pricing". You do realize that just an advertising gimic to get people to buy them- under the assumption that it will run out soon. Since it isn't going to run out soon it's quite logical to realize it's not actually promotional after all.

And; regarding my using them as a comparison, I did this since they are just as- if not more- absorbent than soft paws is among to be. In this regard I'm using them as a bench mark for quality just as much as I am for pricing. I could have used Abena, but regardless of price those don't perform as good now do they.

Edit: And for the record, I would love to be able to use a "boutique" diaper with awesome designs on them. Being incontinent though, they would need to perform good with few leaks and not cost me much more than the thousands of dollars I'm already paying each year. If Soft Paws could do that then I'd be in front of the line to use them (or any other one for that matter).

What I don't like is the added cost for no real reason (just offer case shipping really), and getting diapers that have the lower tapes positioned towards the middle (which prevents a decent fit for diapers that are properly sized).

 

Yea, I know.  You're the guy who wants FOUR tapes on each side of a brief, and another one that WRAPS around the legs like duct tape.  Ah, the performance, nice, tacky, and gimmicky with a cobbled hick duct tape job.  So, let me ask you:  How many companies have actually listened to your suggestions of putting a multitude of tapes on their product so it could cover the whole trunk so much it would make a plumber proud?  Frankly, I don't think I would be interested in your product or your idea.  And there are many others, I am sure, who would stand in agreement with me.

 

You suggest that Dry 24/7 has the best performance and absorbency known to man.  But I will offer the suggestion that their product has a useless front waist band, and a center panel that's a bit too narrow for my taste.  Materials are good and performance is at least better than Abena.  I will give them that.  They may not be perfect, but at least they're better than a lot of what I've seen available.  I have spent my money on trash that I would never buy again, but Dry 24/7's are quite useful despite their misgivings.

 

Here is what I know about side sleepers, if you are not familiar:  They benefit from a very WIDE center panel that can take up huge amounts of liquids.  You complain about a taping panel, but many people prefer to use the restroom when they can, so those refastenable tapes are going to offer a lot of utility.  I'll be frank.  I haven't seen much out there that has as much to offer as Bambino's Bellissimo.  They are a mainstream product, that many a person with legitimate needs will buy, and put to good use.  That's saying a lot more than many ABDL offerings I've seen on the market.  Haters are going to hate, but that's OK by me as long as my needs are met.

 

Here is my suggestion:  If you like four tapes per side and a "diaper" that's full of useless gimmicks, then maybe you can get a petition going set something up.  I am sure there are some others who would agree with your likes.  Whatever.  Good luck on that.

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Baby Brian    340

Yea, I know.  You're the guy who wants FOUR tapes on each side of a brief, and another one that WRAPS around the legs like duct tape.  Ah, the performance, nice, tacky, and gimmicky with a cobbled hick duct tape job.  So, let me ask you:  How many companies have actually listened to your suggestions of putting a multitude of tapes on their product so it could cover the whole trunk so much it would make a plumber proud?  Frankly, I don't think I would be interested in your product or your idea.  And there are many others, I am sure, who would stand in agreement with me.

 

You suggest that Dry 24/7 has the best performance and absorbency known to man.  But I will offer the suggestion that their product has a useless front waist band, and a center panel that's a bit too narrow for my taste.  Materials are good and performance is at least better than Abena.  I will give them that.  They may not be perfect, but at least they're better than a lot of what I've seen available.  I have spent my money on trash that I would never buy again, but Dry 24/7's are quite useful despite their misgivings.

 

Here is what I know about side sleepers, if you are not familiar:  They benefit from a very WIDE center panel that can take up huge amounts of liquids.  You complain about a taping panel, but many people prefer to use the restroom when they can, so those refastenable tapes are going to offer a lot of utility.  I'll be frank.  I haven't seen much out there that has as much to offer as Bambino's Bellissimo.  They are a mainstream product, that many a person with legitimate needs will buy, and put to good use.  That's saying a lot more than many ABDL offerings I've seen on the market.  Haters are going to hate, but that's OK by me as long as my needs are met.

 

Here is my suggestion:  If you like four tapes per side and a "diaper" that's full of useless gimmicks, then maybe you can get a petition going set something up.  I am sure there are some others who would agree with your likes.  Whatever.  Good luck on that.

 

You're taking it a bit far aren't you? I have never asked for 4 tapes per side or any of the over-the-top crap you're talking about (sarcasm or not). And I can give you the example of the oldest running adult diaper manufacturer that has three per side just like I'd prefer. Depends has three tapes on each side, AND a really good waistband. The biggest reason other manufacturers don't offer these features is simply because Depends patented them. Adding them on would also mean these other manufacturers would have to pay royalties. Ultimately it isn't what the customers want in this case, it's whether or not there is a big enough demand just justify the royalty fees being added into the cost of each diaper.

 

Yes, Dry24/7 is one of the best disposables out there (in my opinion), and yes they certainly have misgivings that could be made better (just as I have mention in multiple threads before). Honestly though, I doubt anyone would want to start a petition just to get a "gimmic" or two added on. How about you go troll someone else now.

 

edit; And FYI, I am a side sleeper. I have yet to find any disposable diaper out there that will not leak on me (Dry24/7 included). However, I have found a system that works for me while still also using disposable diapers. It works about a good as a very thick overnight cloth diaper, which I have also used in the past.

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