ConfiDry 24/7 Dry Care Max Absorbency Adult Brief Diapers, Medium, 18 Count
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- Please note that the sizing on this product is a bit larger than others, Please double-check the size chart before ordering
- All our Briefs have a Soft White Plastic Backing with no Markings
- Voted for the most absorbent and comfortable brief, with pH neutralization and odor control
- Dependable leak control system will keep you dry for over 12-hours of continuous rest and carefree relaxation
- Exclusive 3D-Core Absorbency System absorption capacity of 2-3 liters for a continuous undisturbed full night rest
- Exceptionally strong and durable construction allows you to walk, travel and even exercise confidently
ConfiDry 24/7; brief - Voted the most absorbent diaper - features an exclusive revolutionary 3D-Core absorbency system which enables a previously-unheard of absorption capacity of 2-3 liters. This unique system makes our brief suitable for an active lifestyle and continuous undisturbed full night rests.
The dependable leak control system will keep your skin, clothing and bedding dry for ten or more hours. The ConfiDry 24/7; maximum absorbency brief allows for as little as two-three changes within a 24-hour period.
The revolutionary ConfiDry 24/7; brief considerably helps in the prevention of severe skin problems by guaranteeing skin dryness, pH neutralization and odor control throughout its use. The top 'acquisition layer' allows fast urine penetration to the 3D-Core absorbency system and draws moisture away from your body to keep skin dry and free from irritation. Our exceptionally strong and durable briefs have a comfortable downy-soft lining that allows you to walk, travel and even exercise confidently.
The revolutionary ConfiDry 24/7 brief also features:
- All our Briefs have a Soft White Plastic Backing.
- Stronger & Taller Elastic Standing Leak Guards.
- Easy-to-use Refastenable, Stronger, & Wider Tabs Than Ever.
- Front & Back Elastic Waist Bands.
- 3-D Core Absorbency System.
- Strong Waterproof Outer Layer.
- X Large Front and Back Padding.
- Soft Lining - for Comfort & Dryer Skin.
- Odor Control PH Neutralization.
- Snug Fit - Guards Against Unnecessary Rubbing & Skin Irritation.
- Provides a Normal Active Lifestyle.
- Healthier & Drier Skin Savings in Laundry Costs.
- Less Changes Throughout the Day.
- Prevents Chaffing & Sores.
- Prevents Severe Skin Problems.
- Reduces Needs for Creams & Skin Ointments.
- Discreet and Ideal For Travel.
- Gives a Feeling of Confidence.
- Outstanding Absorbency & Leak Control.
- All-Night Uninterrupted Sleep.
- Full Dignity & Better Quality Of Life.
- Quality, Made Right Here In The U.S.A.
- Ships Discreetly In a Nondescript Box.
21 - 31 inch
32 - 42 inch
43 - 65 inch
*Please take note: Our sizes run a bit larger than other companies’ sizes
"Best Value" Case – 72 - Count (4 x 18)
Pack - 18 - Count
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 19.6 x 10.4 x 7.2 inches; 8.6 Pounds
- Item model number : 5014
- Date First Available : July 31, 2014
- Manufacturer : Dry Care
- ASIN : B00MAPONSS
- Best Sellers Rank: #74,910 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household)
- Customer Reviews:
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Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2018
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I wear these for their intended purpose because I have a nerve injury from a motorcycle accident many years ago where I was fortunate to had survived. Diapers are simply underwear to me, but I do demand the best for my comfort, assurance and dollars, which is why, after having worn more brands and styles over the years than I can recall, I have chosen these diapers over the rest. If minor imperfections are a deal breaker for you, then you are welcome to pay even more money for another brand, but you would be hard pressed to find such a premium diaper for such a reasonable price (per unit) as these. Yes, there are really expensive diapers out there which may be better, many of which are designed more for the fetish market, with colors, babyish prints, added scents, etc., but that is not my thing. I am only interested in the utility of the diapers that I wear and prefer saving money where I can.
If I had to be critical of these ComfiDry 24/7 diapers, I guess it would have to be with the crinkly nature of the plastic backing. It is kinda loud and noticeable, which is great if you want to attract attention to yourself (not!), but I have simply come to accept this from plastic-backed diapers (cloth-backed diapers allow odors and fluids to leak out, in my experience) and I don't give this much mind any longer. I have an active life and have more important things to concern myself with. Of course, there are ways to reduce the noise, as I have found, such as by layering with a pair of regular briefs or a vinyl adult diaper cover (for under my beach shorts and overnight when at a hotel or guest's home, just to be absolutely sure of complete dryness in the bed by morning), but this adds extra thickness and creates more heat, and thus more moisture and a greater likelihood of getting a diaper rash (talcum powder helps to prevent this) between changing my diaper. By the way, I wear medium size diapers in all brands, including these, but I must agree with other reviewers about the sizing being a bit larger than most other brands of diapers.
UPDATE (January 2018): I normally order two cases of Medium (each case has 72 diapers, so 144 diapers in total) every 2 months with Amazon's Auto Ship program because I normally only need two diapers a day (one in the morning, another in the early evening before bed), except on my gym days where I usually need another diaper because of the addition of sweat (plastic-backed diapers get very hot) during my workouts. So, two cases every other month is perfect for me. However, my last order was short due to Amazon only being able to ship out one case of the Medium sized diapers due to a shortage in their warehouse. This has never been an issue previously and I can only hope that they restock and ship out my other case of diapers before I run out. I used to order regularly from NorthShore Care Supply, using Auto Ship, but I like that a portion of all of my various Amazon purchases (including my diapers) goes to my Amazon Smile recipient. Plus, I get a slightly better price for a case via Amazon than from NorthShore.
ORIGINAL REVIEW (July 2017): For anyone who must contend with frequent -- or occasional and unexpected -- urinary incontinence for whatever reason (I have nerve damage from a motorcycle jump that ended badly 17 years ago), you do not want to be out in public when an ''accident'' happens, unless you are wearing incontinence briefs or adult diapers. Although I can often go for short trips without needing one, the worry that I ''might drip'' is ever present. It is better to be wearing protection and not need it than to not be wearing one and need it.
That said, you do not want to skimp on quality, meaning stay away from those thin, cheap brands that leak after a short while or which fall apart when wet, but, at the same time, don't fall for the belief that only the expensive premium or designer brands will do, thus glossing over less costly ones.
What I look for in an adult ''diaper'' is fast wicking of moisture and a barrier between the batting material of the product and my skin, and superb absorption that really holds well without releasing like a sponge whenever I walk, sit or bend...or making a squish-squish sound with every step. It must have adjustable tabs for a custom fit and an elastic waist for comfort when I move, as well as tall leak guards to contain urine and feces (thankfully, infrequent, unless I am feeling ill) from spilling out the sides and down my legs or onto my clothing. It must be soft against my skin to not cause irritation when either wet or dry, and move with me without feeling stiff like cardboard or giving me that ''flat diaper butt'' look under my clothes. Also -- and this is not just my preference, but is based on my years of wearing most every style and brand under the sun -- it needs to be plastic-backed, as the cloth-like types always leak odor and fluid. I also look for ones with a high waist so that I can tighten my belt around the top of them to better keep in odor, especially in the rare occasion of fecal incontinence.
ComfiDry 24/7 Maximum Absorption diapers meet every need and want detailed above, and I highly recommend them to others, but there are some features I wish these had, such as absorbant batting on the sides for those side sleepers. I would also like these to be quieter and more discreet, as they are quite ''crinkly'' whenever I walk, twist or bend, but that is the tradeoff for wearing plastic-backed diapers for the benefits I mentioned above. Oh, and if they could be a bit slimmer for wearing under my jeans, I would be happy.
I was hesitant about writing a review for my favorite brand and style of ''adult diapers'', the ComfiDry 24/7 Maximum Absorption diapers, as some might lump every adult who wears diapers into the fetish camp, but I felt it necessary to write an honest review for others who, also, must wear these disposable garments (or who care for those who do) and who might not know what features to consider when searching online.
With these though I can go 4 or 5 times with padding to spare. These can indeed hold 12 hours worth of urinations. Even if I had not gone for over an hour before bed, when putting these on and going to sleep they hold it all. Waking up in the morning wet with a full bursting bladder I can then just let my pee out and the diaper holds it all and these are so comfortable and have nice padding all the way up my frontal area in case I spurt up. No more middle of the night emergency changes, no more feeling for my glasses to get to the bathroom because the diaper is sopping wet and about to leak.
Wish they had these when I was a kid and teen and college student. Back then I wore Attends with a Pamper inserted as a booster pad at night being these extended wear diapers were not available for us weak bladdered guys. LOve these - wish I could buy these more often...But too expensive and the other cheaper brands still do the job but they take more care in managing things.
You can maybe see my review on the Abena M4 brief that I just completed before this one. I'll occasionally come across a diaper I haven't used before and give it a try but I always come back to the Abena. For summertime, I've started using the cloth backed Abena diaper during the day since it doesn't trap heat quite as much. They do cost a little bit more but meet my needs. If I'm going to wear pants or shorts that I may "display" what I'm wearing, and I don't need to be concerned about not being able to change when needed, I've been using one of the Tena briefs.
If you are just starting to deal with urinary incontinence there is much to consider. I tried the pullups some but found that it is much more practical to wear the full brief if I'm going to have to change in a public restroom. With the pull-ups, you'd have to totally undress in the bathroom stall to pull on the new one. This means you can hardly avoid dragging part of your pants on a dirty floor. Plus it actually can take a little longer to do. This is my opinion anyway. I still will occasionally use the Abena pull-up as long as I'm sure I won't be out long. I hope this info helps.
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