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Adult Diapers: Ratings of Sources

Total of 12 Sources
1. XP Medical.com
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Adult Diaper Review and Testing
by Gary Evans and Editors of XPMedical.com
Our AssessmentThis adult diaper retailer does extensive testing on the products it carries. It provides a wealth of information on the dimensions, absorbency and capabilities of a number of adult briefs, and it also supplies a brief review of each product. Even though this is a retail website, we found the testing to be appropriate and balanced. Downsides are that comfort is not addressed, and mainstream supermarket brands such as Depend are not included.
2. IncontinentSupport.org
March 2015
An Introduction to Adult Diapers Their Selection and Wear
by John Davis
Our AssessmentThis long PDF file is an excellent primer on adult diapers, including types, technologies, fit, how and where to buy, use and more. John Davis, a diaper wearer, also names what he considers to be the top brands of diaper, and recommends specific diapers that he's personally used.
Disposable Adult Diapers Reviews
by Editors of IncontinenceSupport.info
Our AssessmentIncontinence Resource Center rates 18 brands of diapers according to several criteria, including both wet and dry comfort, absorbency, rewet absorbency and ease of removal. The authors fail to describe how they conduct the testing, though the reviews indicate that at least some of the information is based on hands-on use. The reviews, although a little informal and anecdotal, are detailed and informative.
4. IncontinentSupport.org
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The New Diaper Primer
by Editors of IncontinentSupport.org
Our AssessmentIncontinentSupport.org also hosts the New Diaper Primer, an excellent source of information on wearing diapers for incontinence. While diapers aren't compared directly here, the authors say Molicare makes an excellent premium diaper. They caution against what they call "cheaper store brand diapers," saying they are prone to leakage. However, no test results are provided to back up that assessment.
Tips & Advice: Breathable Outer Layer Briefs Comparison Chart
by Editors of NationalIncontinence.com
Our AssessmentThis retailer offers several informative, comprehensive comparison charts on different types of adult diapers and incontinence products. Each list is comprised of over a dozen premium products, which are ranked as "Good," "Better" or "Best." National Incontinence says the ratings are based on absorbency, cost and wearability, although the website doesn't appear to have conducted any formal testing. The charts also list the cost per diaper and delineate key features of the products.
6. Amazon.com
As of May 2015
Protective Briefs & Underwear
by Contributors to Amazon.com
Our AssessmentAmazon.com is an online retailer that allows users to post reviews of the products it sells, including a good selection of incontinence supplies. Adult diapers and other incontinence products often get significant feedback -- sometimes hundreds of reviews. Reviews vary in length, but it's not unusual to find good, detailed information for each product.
7. Walmart.com
As of May 2015
by Contributors to Walmart.com
Our AssessmentWalmart's web site offers another place for users to review a variety of incontinence products. The site is a good source of owner opinions as most products attract at least a few comments, while some get dozens and a few draw 100 or more.
8. Magic Medical
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Which Adult Diaper Is for You?
by Editors of MagicMedical.com
Our AssessmentMagic Medical carries a good selection of adult diapers, including both brief and pull-up styles. Although it doesn't include full reviews, their comparison chart contains useful information on absorbency and features.
9. NorthShore Care Supply
As of May 2015
Adult Diapers & Pads
by Editors of NorthShoreCare.com
Our AssessmentNorthShore Care Supply is an incontinence supply retailer that allows its customers to leave reviews of products it sells. Most products only garner a little bit of feedback, but NorthShore's house brand briefs draw a considerable number of reviews.
10. Walgreens.com
As of May 2015
Incontinence Products
by Contributors to Walgreens.com
Our AssessmentWalgreens.com is another site with a fairly large selection of incontinence products. There are generally fewer user reviews than at Amazon.com, but many of the reports here are descriptive and informative.
11. Drugstore.com
As of May 2015
Incontinence Aids
by Contributors to Drugstore.com
Our AssessmentThis online pharmacy offers a wide range of adult incontinence products. While some of the diapers it sells have only a few user reviews, quite a few get more than 30. The reviewers are asked to list pros, cons, the best uses for the product and whether they would recommend the product to a friend.
12. Overstock.com
As of May 2015
by Contributors to Overstock.com
Our AssessmentOverstock.com is a discount-price online retailer that sells a number of adult incontinence products. It allows users to post reviews based on their experiences with their purchases. Most of the products aren't reviewed more than a few times, though the most popular products attract dozens of reports.
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