Tranquility Select Disposable Absorbent Underwear
by PRINCIPLE BUSINESS ENT
Select's Disposable Underwear have a soft breathable outer fabric and an ample, full-rise waist panel for comfort, with Kufguards leg elastics and a contoured core for a snug fit and leak prevention.
Tear-away sides make for easy removal.
For heavy incontinence.
TRA2605A capacity: 19 fl oz waist: 34" - 48" approx weight: 120 - 175 lb Medium Case 80
TRA2606A capacity: 19 fl oz waist: 44" - 54" approx weight: 170 - 210 lb Large Case 72
TRA2607 capacity: 19 fl oz waist: 48" - 66" approx weight: 210 + lb X-Large Case 56
TRA2603 capacity: 14.5 fl oz waist: 17" - 28" approx weight: 65 - 85 lb X-Small Case 96
TRA2604 capacity: 14.5 fl oz waist: 22" - 36" approx weight: 80 - 125 lb Small Case 88
The quality seems to be very good. Husband is a side sleeper and we do have some leakage, this is true with all brands I have tried. High quantity of absorption. Will order again.
My Dad’s abdomen protrudes. Rise of Select pull up is not as high as the Tranquillity pull up. He likes the higher rise.
We use these during the day and sometimes at night...they have never leaked!
Overall, these "pull-ups" work really well for my son. My son is almost 7 years old, and on the hefty side. He has autism and is learning how to use the potty! These hold his accidents well, and we don't have to worry about leaks over extended car trips or anything like that. They also contain his bowel movements well, as he has not mastered that portion of potty training yet (providing he is changed within a timely manner, as they should be regardless). They are easy enough for him to pull up and down with little-to-no assistance (he has motor delays as well). Sometimes when he is sitting in certain positions there is a gap in his crotch, out which some urine could leak on occasion. This isn't necessary a product flaw, however, as it is very difficult to find something that fits my son perfectly. My only complaint is that they leave "fuzz" behind, which needs to be wiped off a couple times a day. Not a big deal since he gets wiped anyway.