Depend® Protection with Tabs
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Absorbent garment with adjustable side tabs for discreet, open changing.
Six EasyGrip™ tabsadjust for a snug, comfortable custom fit.
Wetness indicator linedisappears when brief requires removing.
Maximum absorbency traps and locks in odor.
Style - Easy-to-change garment
Tab style.
5/5
Thank you for bringing back the 6 tab plastic back briefs ! They are one of my favorite briefs for day time protection.
Posted By:
Jamie
On:
April 30, 2017
So glad to go back to old
5/5
I'm so happy to see that the old style is back!!! Sometimes new isn't always best. I've been using them for the last 12 years and will now continue to use this brand. Just not sure what to do with the soft cover pack I bought "Only used 2 of them" but will not use any more. The only thing I would suggest is instead of the blue wet Line indicater there should be stars like on the soft cover ones. But either way I will continue to buy this trusted brand.
Posted By:
Oldstylesback
On:
April 24, 2017
Tab Style
5/5
The six tab Depends are the best product for my needs, but the stores where I live do not sale them anymore so I had to switch brands. I am not to pleased with the brand I now use but they are the closest thing to the Depends tab. I have found that so many companies today are constantly trying to re-invent the wheel, when there was nothing wrong with it in the first place
Posted By:
budelk
On:
April 18, 2017
Thanks for listening bringing back the plastic backed briefs
5/5
Thanks so much for bring back the "old" plastic backed briefs i and many people appreciated this!
Posted By:
Jeffr127
On:
April 10, 2017
I was surprised to find it's plastic backed, but now I understand why people like that
5/5
I normally use a fitflex pullup day and night, but thought I'd try a different product for nighttime use, mostly just to have something a bit larger with a different fit. I had no idea these were plastic backed, just like the pampers I remember as a little kid. That was sort of a turnoff at first, and they're definitely more crinkly sounding than what I'm used to, so I wasn't sure what to think. But, compared with what I'm used to, they're very soft and despite the bulkier fit than pull ups, are surprisingly comfortable - really great for nighttime use. I'm glad my issues don't require this level of protection for daytime use ("swish swish"), but I can see why many people preferred the plastic backed construction because I'm still surprised with how soft and comfortable they are. Very good product.
Posted By:
HalLeonard
On:
April 07, 2017
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