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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Available for Shipping to Canada Post
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Absorbency
Maximum
Product Type
Underwear & Pants
Size
L
Brand
Depend
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
30956683, 30924053
SKU
1018769
UPC
3600019317

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Ratings & Reviews+

Depend Maximum Absorbency Protection with Tabs Briefs is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 228.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible betrayal of long time trust Greetings depend. Have been using the plastic backed 3 tab diaper for 20 years and it has been consistently the one diaper I could count to do its job and be available anywhere in the country. Tonight I came home home and received my shipment from Amazon and had cloth backed 2 tab diapers with no elastic waistband. I tried to put one on and the tab just simply ripped off. I tried putting on another one and it doesn't Snuggly around my waist at all. How could you betray my trust and the trust of thousands of your customers who have to endure life with urinary incontinence. Using the old style diaper for protection was a safe haven for many of us, it helped us cope with this condition with as much dignity as possible. Do not call this an improvement do not ask if I've tried those garbage adjustable underwear. The only reason I stuck with you for so many years was because it was a good product and now you have destroyed it. Bring back the old style diaper now or I promise you I will not be the last and certainly haven't been the first person to abandon depend forever.
Date published: 2016-05-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bring back the old Depend w/ 6 tabs......PLEASE We do not like the new design of the Depend w/tabs. The material is made of paper and it leaks through, especially wearing them overnight. Everything gets wet. The tabs are so far apart they do not keep a good fit around the waist and on the sides. From the production line every brief has been folded in such a way that two of the Velcro tabs have been folded back and will not stick. I have been using tape to keep the sides closed. I could go on and on. There is no shame in bringing back a good product. Hungry Jack brought back the microwave bottle of syrup. You had a perfect product. No moisture leakage, six tabs and a blue guide line for a better fit. Most important it was comfortable and affordable. Then you changed it. Sometimes change is not for the better. Thank you for listening.
Date published: 2016-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from deeply dissatisfied The two features that I prioritize when making my decision of what incontinence product to use are: an elastic wasteland because without one briefs fall off me almost immediately, and the stand-up leak guards because I get terrible rashes from products that use strong elastics on the leg cuffs. The fitted briefs with six tabs were the only readily available product that satisfied my needs and I have been an extremely satisfied user of them for years. I have tried every product Depend has ever produced, and I don’t need “recommendations.” I am sure everyone who has complained about this change is fully aware of your full product line, and patronizing responses implying we don’t only further the impression that you don’t respect your customers. When I tried the "New" refastenable tabs garbage being passed off as "new and improved," I discovered basically everything that I liked about the product was done away with. I thought they might be better for day ware, but I don’t even want to finish the bag I am so unhappy. The “Depend’ brand which used to stand for quality is now EXACTLY the same as any store brand available at 2/3 the cost. With the cost cutting to the number of tapes and the removal of the elastic waist-band I need to wear underwear on top just so it isn't falling off, and the very first brief I tried ripped because the tape had to be so tight to compensate for the cheeping out and removal of the elastic waistband (I can’t for the life of me who’s ‘feedback’ would be to do away with an elastic waistband, were people's briefs staying on too well?) and while there is still a stand up leak guard it is much less effective and supplemented by extremely uncomfortable leg cuffs. I am sure in lab conditions it holds the same amount of liquid, in a practical application there is no way this is the same level of protection. It is your company and you can do what you want, but the only reason to stop making the old briefs and replace them with these instead of simply offering both is to cut cost. Yes, there will be people will like these more, but I'm sure they're the ones that don't need the superior protection your product used to offer. In conclusion, I am deeply dissatisfied and I will never buy these “Refastenable” briefs again. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-06-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from supposedly new and improved The older style three tab very seldom leaked. The new two tab Velcro leak almost every time and the tabs often move. Our laundry has increased since using these due to more accidents. There is nothing to be impressed about these. We have used the three tab ones for close to five years on our son and we were always impressed at the lack of leakage compared to other brands. Now we are forced to check out other brands for a better product.
Date published: 2016-05-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible product Why did you get rid of the thicker plastic backed diapers? Could you not sell them alongside the newer product? This is like spending money for someone's garbage. Your max absorbency is hideous at best. And before you reply with your canned message " perhaps you should try one of our other products", let me explain something to you. You lose customers when you change a product and fail to consider the feedback your customers provide you. I have long since stopped being a customer of your wood pulp paper backed garbage. People are tired of only seeing the new depend trash bag on the shelves. Why not offer both?
Date published: 2016-05-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from WAKE UP As a cancer survivor since the age of 24 (now I am 48) resulting in spinal cord damage, this WAS the ONLY solution to bowel and bladder incontinence. The product allowed me to live a fairly active life style without the worry of public embarrassment. That has all changed. When I first opened this bag, I could not believe my eyes. These are almost replicas of the cheap knock offs that hospitals push on people that never work. Problems: 1 No elastic at the top. Now urine seeps through and gets clothes wet. Totally negates the use of the product. Further, any bowel accidents will now be a catastrophe, with nothing to hold it back. 2. Easily removable tabs. Why? If I am taking the tabs off, I am changing...Not refastening. 3. To make it worse, you reduced the tabs to 2 per side, allowing gaps. 4. Use of cloth for maximum absorbency? Really?? Plastic will allow additional protection. And in the event of a bowel accident, guess what, the mess will bleed right through, adding further embarrassment. 5. Speaking of cloth, it clings to pants, and if your pants shift downward, the diaper shifts along with it, allowing everyone a good shot of your buttocks. Very humiliating. Whoever was behind this decision should lose their job. No thought was given to the reality of incontinence. Yes, you do have other products, NO IDEA why you needed to make this product just like those. People can buy those other products if they want them. You have basically removed yourself from this niche in the market. Congratulations. I did notice one thing...you are using the same basic answer to everyone who comments. Have you noticed that since the change, ALL of the reviews are negative? Or is someone just mindlessly typing the same canned answer over and over when they see these reviews? DO NOT tell me try another of your products...They don't work for my needs. I have tried them. That is why I have not bought them in the past. They do NOT meet my needs. And from reading the reviews, I am not alone. As this is being written, we (and it sounds like many others) are actively seeking another product. We NEED something like what you used to carry. So we will find it elsewhere. Should you choose to undo this change, we will be more than happy to come back. If not, I really have no pity for the loss of profits and jobs to follow. You are losing a ton of customers. And quite frankly, you deserve it.
Date published: 2016-05-11
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