European Tena Slip Active ULTIMA
21 briefs per bag, 3 bags per case
The Tena Slip Active are a super quiet, super thin, plastic backed disposable.
Offering large comfort tapes that can be resealed, a wetness indicator that changes from yellow to blue and curved leg elastics for comfort and protection.
Genuine European import!
The ULTIMA features a 10% thicker and 10% more absorbent pad with rapid absorption capacity.
|Medium||73 to 122cm (28-48")||3470ml|
Fast acting, highly absorbent core provides leakage security
FeelDry technology rapidly wicks away even large quantities of urine into the product core. The urine remains locked in the core even under pressure, keeping it away from the skin, for enhanced comfort.
All material is dermatologically tested to promote skin health.
Textile-like material for gentle comfort
New textile-like sides and back-sheet feel gentle and more comfortable on the skin.
The Odour Neutralizer reduces the effect of ammonia odour
The Odour Neutralizer reduces the effect of ammonia odour, giving a feeling of freshness and dignity.
Wetness indicator shows when it is time to change
There is no need to open the incontinence product to find out whether it needs changing. The wetness indicator on the outside of the product turns from yellow to blue when it is time to change.
Curved leg elastics for close body fit
The curved leg elastics and the elastic waist band ensure user comfort and leakage protection.
Quick and easy identification
Colour coded absorbency level, clear size and product type indicators on product and pack.
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Better coverage than the Tena maxi but not by much excellent for day and night.
As someone looking for an affordable diaper for myself, I've been disappointed with the limited selection of medical diapers in the US. I've heard good things about Tena's European diapers, so I tried them, and they're great! I mostly use them for bowel incontinence, but also for urinary convenience. They hold well in both regards. I'm really glad you carry these, and I understand you may not be able to help this, but I wish these were available without an import so they wouldn't be so expensive! I want these to be my regular diapers so bad!
These are my favorite medical diaper. They are thin enough for daily wear, but still absorb enough for moderate to heavy incontinence. If you are fighting sevier incontinence, adding a diaper bubbler works great. They will still thinner than most total incontinence diapers. These are great for daily wear because of the cut. They are cut higher on the hip and curve around the waist nicely. This makes them more discreet and comfortable. The only thing I would change is adding a tape zone in front. Tape zones are way better than second chance tapes for readjusting if needed. But regardless these are the best medical diaper in my opinion. I highly recommend them.
Tena slip max is my go to brand for fit, comfort & capacity for my needs. I recently tried the Active ultima. They are as I had expected. Comfort, fit & oh boy 1 diaper can last me all day. They are only slightly thicker than max (when dry). They swell up 3 times as much as the max do so I'm not so confident to wear them at work like I do with the max but they make a great overnight diaper. Tapes always hold tight & never had a problem with the diaper tearing. Once in a while & when only super wet have I noticed tiny wet spots usually located in the crotch & seat area on my diaper cover but never anything that got beyond that. If changed at a "normal" wetness level its not an issue at all. I'm supper pleased with them & so thankful Rearz ships to the states. I have tried just about every brand out there & Tena seems the only one that hits all my check boxes.
Wow! The Tena Slip Maxi was already my go-to diaper for daytime use and I was eager to try the Ultima. The description says it is 10% thicker and absorbs 10% more, but I think it's an understatement. I literally wore one for 24 hours and it wasn't even close to leaking. I was amazed at how much it swelled over time (almost comparable to BetterDrys and Rearz), since those are relatively thin when dry. I will stick with the Super when discretion is required, but for home and night time, this has definitely become my new go-to diaper. The only "con" I can think of, is its appearance. Tena obviously doesn't make products geared towards the AB/DL community, but I personally don't mind that at all. I particularly love the tape placement on this diaper (and other Tena products), as I can tape the lower tapes very low, for a tight seal around my thighs, with the top tapes still reaching above the top of the absorbent material, for a tight fit all around, which I've only been able to accomplish with Tena diapers and BetterDrys, so far, and which works great to prevent leaks. Don't let the "high" price fool you. With 21 diapers in each bag, that's just over $2 per diaper, before taxes and delivery, while comparable diapers have cheaper pack prices, they also have a lot fewer diapers per pack. I really hope Rearz keeps stocking them!