The cost of incontinence can cut into your quality of life. A popular request from customers is for "value priced" diapers — those reducing out-of-pocket expense AND keeping the user dry while still offering a bounty of features. We set the threshold for "value" at under $1 per diaper (at a usage rate of 4 diapers per day, the out-of-pocket differential between a "good" value diaper and the most expensive Drugstore/Massmart diaper can be over $100/month). The cost of one of our highest rated choices is just 52 cents per when you buy in bulk. But keep in mind that it's important to balance price with absorbency, fit, activity level, comfort and style choices, such as pull-up vs. brief. With severe and overnight incontinence, the top-rated absorbent diapers might be a better value because you won't have to change them as often.
FitRight Ultra Protective Underwear features a body- contoured anatomical design, soft non-woven fabric, soft anti-leak guards and an ultra absorbency core. The acquisition and dryness layer wicks moisture away from the skin and into the core for ideal dryness and leakage protection.
This resealable brief has tape straps in the front for easy fastening and refastening. The outer covering is soft and cloth-like which is more comfortable and quieter than plastic. Easy-Lock Fasteners (ELF) can be attached and reattached to any part of the outer fabric.
Attends Underwear are an everyday, unisex choice that offer individuals moderate to heavy protection with a high degree of mobility and freedom. Pulled up or down just like underwear they feature a comfortable stretch waistband and tear-away sides for easy removal.