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All in one incontinence pads Abri Form Premium

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All in one incontinence pads Abri Form Premium

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* Limited to 2 different pads per person  |  once off trial for correct fit.

Abri-Form Premium is a full range of All-in-One disposable products for all degrees of incontinence.
The product has a 100% breathable backsheet, wetness indicator, an odour system to reduce unpleasant
odours, and a highly absorbent core.

Each type of incontinence can lead to different degrees of leakage, which is why it is important to find the right incontinence product for your individual need. When purchasing any kind of garment it is important to choose the right size. The sizing for incontinence products such as briefs and pullups is based on the larger of the distance around the waist or around the hips.

Unlike clothing, the sizing for incontinence products is not standardized. Each manufacturer uses their own sizing scheme, and it can even vary across product lines from the same manufacturer. Because of this, it is essential to check the measurements before placing your order, particularly if you are trying a new product. There is a sizing chart on every product page clearly labelled  VIEW SIZING CHART

Whats the difference between Abri Form Premium and Abri Form Comfort you ask? Read below;

There are two versions of the Abena Abri-Form X-Plus level 4. There is a cloth backed version (usually marketed as "premium") and there is a plastic backed version (usually marketed as "comfort" or "classic").

So if you want plastic backed, the only reason to get the cloth backed version would be if you want a smaller size (for cloth backed there is x-small, small, medium and x-large, and for plastic there is medium, large and x-large).

Cloth backed diapers are less crinkly so it helps for wearing in public, but they are prone to leaking through the wings because the only material in the wings is the cloth backing which isn't waterproof. Plastic backed diapers are more crinkly which many AB/DL's like (but isn't good for wearing in public because it helps give away the fact that you're diapered). They are also less prone to leaking because the wings are made of the waterproof plastic backing, and they have better odor control.

The major reason other than the crinkling that most companies switched to cloth backed is that plastic backed diapers aren't breathable (not a huge issue in my opinion).

So, if you're mainly wearing at home, I would recommend going plastic backed (if you wear say cargo shorts or jeans over your diapers the crinkling will be mostly covered up, so that helps for wearing plastic backed in public). Cloth backed is good for wearing if you wear mostly in public, or if it's really hot. 

Abena have the advantage of being very thick, very absorbent, and very soft and comfortable.

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* Limited to 2 different pads per person  |  once off trial for correct fit.

Abri-Form Premium is a full range of All-in-One disposable products for all degrees of incontinence.
The product has a 100% breathable backsheet, wetness indicator, an odour system to reduce unpleasant
odours, and a highly absorbent core.

Each type of incontinence can lead to different degrees of leakage, which is why it is important to find the right incontinence product for your individual need. When purchasing any kind of garment it is important to choose the right size. The sizing for incontinence products such as briefs and pullups is based on the larger of the distance around the waist or around the hips.

Unlike clothing, the sizing for incontinence products is not standardized. Each manufacturer uses their own sizing scheme, and it can even vary across product lines from the same manufacturer. Because of this, it is essential to check the measurements before placing your order, particularly if you are trying a new product. There is a sizing chart on every product page clearly labelled  VIEW SIZING CHART

Whats the difference between Abri Form Premium and Abri Form Comfort you ask? Read below;

There are two versions of the Abena Abri-Form X-Plus level 4. There is a cloth backed version (usually marketed as "premium") and there is a plastic backed version (usually marketed as "comfort" or "classic").

So if you want plastic backed, the only reason to get the cloth backed version would be if you want a smaller size (for cloth backed there is x-small, small, medium and x-large, and for plastic there is medium, large and x-large).

Cloth backed diapers are less crinkly so it helps for wearing in public, but they are prone to leaking through the wings because the only material in the wings is the cloth backing which isn't waterproof. Plastic backed diapers are more crinkly which many AB/DL's like (but isn't good for wearing in public because it helps give away the fact that you're diapered). They are also less prone to leaking because the wings are made of the waterproof plastic backing, and they have better odor control.

The major reason other than the crinkling that most companies switched to cloth backed is that plastic backed diapers aren't breathable (not a huge issue in my opinion).

So, if you're mainly wearing at home, I would recommend going plastic backed (if you wear say cargo shorts or jeans over your diapers the crinkling will be mostly covered up, so that helps for wearing plastic backed in public). Cloth backed is good for wearing if you wear mostly in public, or if it's really hot. 

Abena have the advantage of being very thick, very absorbent, and very soft and comfortable.

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* Limited to 2 different pads per person  |  once off trial for correct fit.

Abri-Form Premium is a full range of All-in-One disposable products for all degrees of incontinence.
The product has a 100% breathable backsheet, wetness indicator, an odour system to reduce unpleasant
odours, and a highly absorbent core.

Each type of incontinence can lead to different degrees of leakage, which is why it is important to find the right incontinence product for your individual need. When purchasing any kind of garment it is important to choose the right size. The sizing for incontinence products such as briefs and pullups is based on the larger of the distance around the waist or around the hips.

Unlike clothing, the sizing for incontinence products is not standardized. Each manufacturer uses their own sizing scheme, and it can even vary across product lines from the same manufacturer. Because of this, it is essential to check the measurements before placing your order, particularly if you are trying a new product. There is a sizing chart on every product page clearly labelled  VIEW SIZING CHART

Whats the difference between Abri Form Premium and Abri Form Comfort you ask? Read below;

There are two versions of the Abena Abri-Form X-Plus level 4. There is a cloth backed version (usually marketed as "premium") and there is a plastic backed version (usually marketed as "comfort" or "classic").

So if you want plastic backed, the only reason to get the cloth backed version would be if you want a smaller size (for cloth backed there is x-small, small, medium and x-large, and for plastic there is medium, large and x-large).

Cloth backed diapers are less crinkly so it helps for wearing in public, but they are prone to leaking through the wings because the only material in the wings is the cloth backing which isn't waterproof. Plastic backed diapers are more crinkly which many AB/DL's like (but isn't good for wearing in public because it helps give away the fact that you're diapered). They are also less prone to leaking because the wings are made of the waterproof plastic backing, and they have better odor control.

The major reason other than the crinkling that most companies switched to cloth backed is that plastic backed diapers aren't breathable (not a huge issue in my opinion).

So, if you're mainly wearing at home, I would recommend going plastic backed (if you wear say cargo shorts or jeans over your diapers the crinkling will be mostly covered up, so that helps for wearing plastic backed in public). Cloth backed is good for wearing if you wear mostly in public, or if it's really hot. 

Abena have the advantage of being very thick, very absorbent, and very soft and comfortable.

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Will usually ship within 2 business days.

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