Depend Incontinence Protection with Tabs, Maximum Absorbency, L, 16 Count

472 reviews - By: Depend

Depend Incontinence Protection with Tabs, Maximum Absorbency, L, 16 Count
MSRP : $22.77

Sale : $14.47
Sold & shipped by Walmart
 


Depend Incontinence Protection with Tabs, Maximum Absorbency

  • Depend Protection with Tabs, an adjustable incontinence underwear with maximum absorbency for men or women
  • Six EasyGrip tabs for a custom fit
  • Soft, side leakage barriers to guard against leaks
  • Features a wetness indicator line that disappears when changing is required
  • Max Maximum absorbency incontinence protection for men and women with worry-free odor control
  • Available in two sizes, small/medium (19-34 in. waist) and large (35-49 in. waist)
  • Depend incontinence products for men and women ship discreetly in a plain corrugated box and are FSA-eligible in the US only

Padded Deist

Needs improvement

I tried these not so long ago and there are some pluses to these. The ones I tried were plastic-backed and I generally prefer that style over the cloth back that ends up stretching too much. Absorbancy was OK for a store brand but it certainly could be improved. I bought what was my size but it still felt like I was wearing diaper "jockey shorts" A higher rise in both the front and back would be nice. The front and rear elastic are a good feature and should stay--along with the plastic backing. My biggest issue were the tapes--which in the whole bag of diapers were completely useless. I ended up having to use packing tape to secure these since at the time, they were all I had to wear--I'm incontinent and I have to wear 24/7. It is a shame that all store brand diapers appear to be sub-par and you guys are one of the most common brands out there. Please listen to those of us that have to wear and use your products. You could be heroes if you look at some of the other smaller manufacturers out there for inspiration on what the diapered community wants and needs and put those improvements into production. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

rumble123

nice!

there are very comfortable and they hold nicely but, there are very loud and bulky.

Baby Dave

Snug fit

I have worn depends fitted briefs before. They don't hold a lot but the 3 tape tabs make for a snug fit. You can expect to use 6 diapers or more per day [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

StCwD

Could be better

Just opened a new pack. First one out noticed the tapes were not very good then one tore away. So #1 had to be thrown out. Happy you went back to plastic backed. Perhaps you can come up with a thicker longer lasting product for overnight use. And better tapes would be better.

jim33

Get these back in stores please

Tapes work good and fits snug now that plastic is back