Depend Maximum Absorbency Protection with Tabs Briefs

Sizes S/M, L


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Description & Features+

Depend protection with Tabs underwear is designed with four refastenable tabs for discreet open changing. Depend incontinence underwear for men and women offer maximum incontinence protection and absorbency, featuring a wetness indicator line so you know when it’s time to change. Plus, built-in side leakage barriers provide extra protection. Depend disposable incontinence products are latex-free and contain no lotions or fragrance.
• Offers maximum absorption for both men and women
• Has 4 refastenable tabs to give custom fit
• Features a wetness indicator line that disappears when changing is required
• Soft, comfortable side-leakage barriers help provide extra protection
• Packaging may vary from image shown
• Available sizes:
SM/M – 20 count
L/XL – 16 count


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Product Type
Underwear & Pants
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30956683, 30924053

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Depend Maximum Absorbency Protection with Tabs Briefs is rated 2.4679 out of 5 by 218.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Substandard The old 3 Tap with a poly back sheet was 100% superior to these . The Cloth like back sheet dose not hold up as well as the plastic backed . Only reason me and millions of others still bought your product is because it had a poly backing . Many incontinence suffers begged the Kimberly-Clark to keep making a poly backed product change the elastic waste band what they use to be and bring back the size small . We did praise you for still making a superior PLASTIC BACKED . Now you do this to us loyal customers . Tied the product and it was substandard like all cloth backed products they were sagging like I was wearing a wet deflated air bag , and at night they leaked real bad the aloe is just a gimmick and I seen no benefit to it , I wasted my money trying these and would demand a refund if I could . Paper pack , Medline , Principal business enterprises and Kendall still make a plastic backed product that dose not leak , the Tranquility ATN are great rather have a thicker brief then deal with the embarrassment of leaks . If your business model not to listen to your costumers you have achieved that the over the 20 years . Here is what the people I am speaking for want in a product . - Bring back the Plastic backed product - Make the sizes seprate , S , M, L , XL - More padding that extends to the ends of the wings -Make the product thicker with the same even all around absorbancy - Elastic waist band that actually works ( the mulit strand waist band in your 2000 verson was great . - Thicker higher grade plastic backsheet this cuts down on noise , and makes it so if the brief needs to be fastened and unfasend the plastic wont tear The Maximum absorbancy brief usally is worn at night , for those of us who require a high capacity brief during the day can live with the extra thinkness and noise the plastic makes. I am sure the Incontinence comuinty will be sending bad ratings and stating the issues in hopes that you will make these recommend changes . I don't know why your so inistant on making a cloth backed product knowing thatis not what people want .
Date published: 2016-07-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from New Diaper Design I have used your (six tab) briefs with the plastic outer shell for years with great results. Now, all I can find is this new design with a cloth like outer shell. Although they are comfortable, I have found that they can leak through the sides as there is no plastic to prevent this. I have resorted to wearing plastic pants over the new Depends brief while sleeping to prevent the leakage and the resulting wet bed. I have also had problems with the tabs ripping off while positioning them to the front of the diaper. On a few occasions, the whole side panel tore off just by attempting a snug fit! I have thrown out many unused briefs because of this occurring. This product is expensive and I am afraid to continue purchasing them only to have to throw out some of each pack. I have used store brand without any issues with parts tearing apart. I may switch back. I wish I could find the briefs with the plastic outer shell as I never had any issues with them. Am I alone with this issue? Just wondering. Thanks.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a fan of the cloth-like feel I tried these thinking that they would compare to the old style Depends, which I used to find worked for me. The cloth-like outer layer is not to my liking. Only a plastic outer layer makes me feel confident that I won't leak. On the first try I already had a leak out the leg cuffs, which never happened with the old plastic ones. Please offer both a plastic and a cloth product. Until then, I'll be shopping at your competitors.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Redesigned by "Bob from Accountemps!" The new design of this product must have been approved by "Bob from Accountemps." Obviously, someone from the Accounting Department felt that reducing costs in the manufacture of the product is the way to improve the product (and increase gross profits!). We have a disabled son that had used the previous iteration of this product for years, and we were very happy with the performance (didn't leak, didn't tear ... never any worries). This new, lower quality version is a joke. AT LEAST 20% of the briefs tear when we ATTEMPT to apply the seal ("Bob says "GREAT!" Customers will have to purchase diapers 20% more frequently ... MORE TURNOVER!"). The newer (cheaper) fabric leaks, as opposed to the flexible plastic material ("OUTSTANDING," Bob triumphantly gloats. "Customers will use more product! Reduced Inventory costs! My work is done here."). How's this for thinking outside the box? The next time the Product Optimization and Opportunity Team (POOP) redesigns a product: Consult with current users of the product to get their feedback!! I'm going to call this NEW and INNOVATIVE idea of mine a Focus Group ... GENIUS!
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from disappointed Very disappointed. I have a disabled adult daughter and these diapers do not help for those who are completely incontinent. I now have to put 4 of the regular pull up kind on her to try and help her from leaking through. I always bought the ones with the plastic and they worked well for my daughter with one pull up underneath at bedtime. Seems that Depends are shortsighted and only care for a certain demographic. The cost of these diapers are higher than other brands but because of the quality I had been willing to pay for them. However, I now will choose a less expensive brand since I need to use more of them.
Date published: 2016-12-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from depends with tabs Not near as good as the 3 tab. need 3 tabs to get them to fit properly. please add 2 tabs to the new version. then it may work. new version leaks on the side because cannot fit it very well. have been using the 3 tab for 14 years.
Date published: 2016-12-09
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