Depend Maximum Absorbency Protection with Tabs Briefs

20 Count

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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 incontinence absorbency for men and women.
• Six EasyGrip tabs for a custom fit.
• Wetness indicator line disappears when underwear requires changing.
• Soft leakage barriers help guard against side leakage.
• Packaging may vary from image shown.


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30956684, 30924054

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Depend Maximum Absorbency Protection with Tabs Briefs is rated 2.8364197530864197 out of 5 by 324.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from ok great Hi there my Name is Tyler Iam am trying to find the beat product to use as most ones I get leak or they make nose as I walk or too balk any ideas... I am 145 pounds what size is the best for do leaks
Date published: 2016-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great Hi there Iam 145 pounds most of the depends I get leak what ones should I get that do not leak an are not to balky not sure what to do plz help
Date published: 2016-01-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Improvement? 3 major downfalls. The plastic ones were better. I don't know why you keep fighting it. Look at the reviews. Sort by Newest, and you'll see an overwhelming majority of people don't like the new diaper. I am in this same group. (1) Not only does it seem to leak more, but (2) half the diapers have ripped so far. One ripped twice on the same side - first the front side ripped as I was trying to attach the first tab, then, the top tab ripped right off. (I think the fact that they leak more may be attributed to the fact that I can't fasten the tabs as tight as I used to.) (3) The cloth cover feels soggy when the diaper sits for awhile. I used one overnight and the next morning after cleaning up, it felt damp/moist on the outside as I was rolling it up.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I am not pleased with the new changes. I preferred the plastic cover, but I figured I'd give these a try. One of the first ones I put on ripped as I was fastening the tab. Both of the ones I used leaked, despite using two pair. I liked the old ones and was disappointed when you changed. I was even more disappointed when I tried the replacement. People online said there were better options, but I could never find other options in the stores. I can't find plastic diapers anywhere now.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very disappointed . No longer a premium brief. The new 2 tab maximum cloth like brief is a huge downgrade in quality. This is supposed to be a premium brief and it leaks horribly, tabs don't seem stay attached even after light use, tears really easy, I had used some of my own tape to insure it stayed on. And don't even try to sleep with this on cause it wont stay on. I loved your original 6 tab brief. As much as i'd hate to I'll have to switch to another brand once the 6 tab brief is no longer able to be found. This just isn't a premium brief anymore.
Date published: 2016-10-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Why change We have used the plastic covered, three tab Depends for my handicapped brother for as long as I can remember and they have worked beautifully. The older version is more absorbent, less prone to leaking (especially when laying down) and having the third tab was more secure. Why did you change them? They certainly don't work better and now we have to try and find another product that will work. So much for YEARS of customer loyalty. Bring back the dependable Depends! Please.
Date published: 2016-10-08
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