Wednesday, 20 September 2023

Carer Reusable Protective Underwear Special Review Part 2

 * I've adjusted my Diaper Test Methodology to account for the unique aspects of these reusable incontinence products (see the first part of this series for details)

Summary

This review comes as the second part of our series on Carer Incontinence reusable incontinence underwear. In the first review, we reviewed the M65, M66, and M67 men’s protective underwear as well as the SJK01 women’s protective underwear. In this review we’re going to be covering the men’s M303 protective underwear and women’s M001, W302, W303 protective underwear. Carer’s products are well suited to those with light-to-moderate urinary incontinence and are completely washable and reusable, making them a cost effective alternative to disposable products. These underwear look, fit and feel just like regular underwear. For this reason, they could either be used stand-alone for lighter incontinence or combined with incontinence pads or boosters to provide a greater degree of protection. Personally, I feel they’re best suited to intermittent incontinence like stress incontinence as, given some time, they actually dry out between wettings and thus contain more than you’d otherwise guess based on the tested absorbency.

Of the products tested in this review the M001 is particularly noteworthy because it’s detachable in the same way you’d get with an adult diaper, making it faster/easier to change if needed. This is my first time testing such a product and I’m excited to share the results. I’d like to give a special thanks to Carer for providing samples used in this review! It’s great to see a company that actively listens to customer feedback to provide innovative products.

Product Details

For the purpose of this post I will be reviewing and referring to the large sized M001 Women's Incontinence Underwear with Velcros, small sized W302 Women's Incontinence Boyshorts, small sized W303 Women's Incontinence High Rise Classic Briefs, and small sized M303 Absorbent Underwear For Bladder Leak Plus Size. However, other available sizes are listed below.:


Packaging

Brand: Carer
Manufacturer: Carer SPK
Origin: China
Units Per Bag: 1, 2, 3, 6, or 9
Founded: 2011
Advertised Absorbency: Normal/Plus (150-450 ml by product)


M303 Men's Leak-proof Underwear


Backsheet: Cloth (reusable) 70% modal, 25% nylon, 5% spandex body (70/30% viscose/polyester pad)
Available Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL
Advertised Absorbency: 200 ml (7 oz)
Standing Inner Leak Guards: No
Leg Gathers: No * (not elastic but does fit snugly)
Product Style: Reusable Underwear
Outer Color: White
Inner Color: White
Folded Thickness: 2 cm (0.8")
Folded Length: 28 cm (11")
Dry Weight: 100 g (3.5 oz)
Brief Dimensions (L x fW x mW x bW): 56 cm (22.1") x 36 cm (14.2") x 14 cm (5.5") x 36 cm (14.2")
Padding Dimensions (L x fW x mW x bW): 32 cm (12.6") x 10 cm (3.9") x 10 cm (3.9") x10 cm (3.9")
Padding Wing Dimensions (fPW x fPH x bPW x bPH): 0 cm (0") x 0 cm (0") x 0 cm (0") x 0 cm (0")
Padding Wing Shape (Front, Rear): Flat, Flat
Total Padding Area: 320 cm2 (49.6 in2)


2.1 Carer M303 Underwear (back/front)


Laboratory Absorbency Tests

Total Absorption Volume (after press out): 195 ml (6.6 oz) *~150 ml (5.1 oz) discounting leak
Total Absorption Volume (before press out): 200 ml (6.8 oz)
Time to Absorb Wettings (first to last): (27 s, 37 s, 49 s, 74 s)
Wet Folded Thickness: 1.5 cm (0.6")
Total Padding to Absorbency Ratio: 0.61 ml / cm2 (0.13 oz / in2)
Press Out Volume: 5 ml (0.17 oz)
Time to Hang Dry: TBD

The M303 absorption in the lab test was about in line with what was expected, although there was a substantial leak that was reabsorbed between wettings. Surface dampness was apparent after all tests, but no different than any other reusable product tested so far. Otherwise, the backsheet did prevent leakage from seeping directly through and the only leakage observed was around the edges. I expect the 195 ml (6.6 oz) of absorbency is far more than could realistically be expected for absorbency. I'd put the expected absorbency more around 100 ml (3.4 oz).


2.2 Carer M303 After Capacity Test


"Real World" Absorbency Tests

Daily Drips & Dribbles Rating: 9

The absorbent padding in the M303 provides a wide area of coverage, similar to the M67 in the front, but with less padding up the rear. I found it easily able to catch drips and dribbles from all angles, though with less padding up the rear it might not be as well suited to overnight wear for any more than very light incontinence. In my own daily experience, for light drips and dribbles, I never noticed any leaks through this underwear and was happy with the performance. I tried pushing it to see how far it might theoretically go without leakage and was quite impressed. It ended up in about the expected range when it started to leak from the front left leg opening, having absorbed around 150 ml (5.1 oz). That’s probably a fair bit more than you should realistically expect as I didn’t check after sitting pressout, but there were still some dry parts of the padding as well. Even so, it should be more than sufficient for minor leaks like post micturition dribble.


Additional Protection Rating: 5

For those who wear cheaper incontinence underwear that is sometimes prone to leaks, reusable protective underwear can be a great addition to boost confidence. Using reusable underwear as extra leakage protection is a huge plus, because if leaks do occur you only need to wash a pair of underwear rather than your bedding or pants. This can be accomplished by wearing the reusable protective underwear over the disposable product. To put this to the test for the M303 I used it in combination with Goodnites XL protective underwear, an underwear geared toward bedwetting for youths/young adults that is often cheaper than regular adult diapers. The issue with Goodnites is that the padding (particularly at the rear) is relatively prone to leaks/pressout so I’ve found, if worn for bedwetting, they will leak at least a couple times per week. They’re also not designed for dailywear so if you don’t remove it before sitting down in the morning you’ll likely have a leak even if they didn’t leak overnight. The latter happens consistently so I used that fact to put the Carer Incontinence underwear to the test. In testing with the M303 as additional protection I did notice the relatively narrow area of padding coverage at the front meant some minor leakage was able to make it through there. There was also significant leakage through the rear since the rear padding doesn’t extend far and is relatively narrow. For this reason, it may not be the best choice for additional protection, compared with the M67.

2.3 Carer M303 as Additional Protection for Goodnites XL


Wear & Tear Tests


Fitting

The M303 has a similar boxer-brief structure to the M67 with some key differences. Both don’t have a “fly”, which I personally find helps with its comfort and makes it better for active wear, but stitching on this underwear is different without the seams along the front. Its material makeup feels a bit different, with a much stretchy design and consistent waistband. Size-wise, it tends to be larger than you might expect with the “small” feeling comfortable but borderline large for me when I often wear medium. Even so, due to its stretchiness I think there’s a bit more flexibility in getting a good fit with this one.

2.4 Carer Incontinence M303 Underwear Fit

Comfort Rating: 9

The M303 proved highly comfortable during testing, though perhaps slightly less than the M67. I found it had a snug fit but with a bit more looseness than I expected. I also give it props for the lack of a “fly”, which was particularly beneficial when exercising. In theory the material in this underwear is lighter and more breathable but I didn’t notice that much of a difference. I did notice the protective padding a bit more in this underwear than in the M67. It didn’t chafe against my legs when running or cause skin irritation, but it did have a bit of a bulky feel to it near the rear. This being a boxer-brief style underwear means it extends down the legs and if you have particularly thin or wide thighs that could affect comfort (more so if you have thinner thighs as its stretchiness will accommodate wider thighs).


2.5 Carer M303 Backsheet and Topsheet

Durability Rating (dry): 9
The M303 is made of a stretchy modal material. I found it to be well woven and highly durable, but it’s thinner than Carer’s 100% cotton products like the M67. For this reason, I rank it slightly lower in terms of durability, but I think for the most part you won’t notice the difference too much until you’ve worn/washed it a large number of times. When I tested running while wearing this underwear I found it to be of no hindrance and the padding retained its form through to the end of the test.


Discretion Rating: 10*

The M303 protective underwear is highly discreet, like the M66 or M67. In practical wear no one will be able to tell the difference between this and regular underwear. It sits below the waistline and fits close to the body. It’s also completely silent regardless of how the wearer moves. For lighter incontinence it does a good job at containing odors, one might need to be careful with moderate wettings, but in that case I feel leaks would be more of the concern. For all these reasons I’m giving it top marks for discreteness.

*I preface my rating with that I’m rating it in accordance to products for lighter incontinence. In that regard you likely won’t notice odors until it’s close to leaking but its breathable reusable materials mean it can actually dry out between small leaks extending its usable absorbency.

2.6 Carer M303 Sweats Profile (left) vs Normal Underwear (right) 



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M001 Women's Protective Underwear


Backsheet: Cloth (reusable) 100% cotton material
Available Sizes: M, L, XL, 3XL
Advertised Absorbency: 450 ml (15 oz)
Standing Inner Leak Guards: No
Leg Gathers: No * (not elastic but does fit snugly)
Product Style: Reusable Underwear
Outer Color: Grey
Inner Color: Grey (Light Grey Absorbent Pad)
Folded Thickness: 1.5 cm (0.6")
Folded Length: 31 cm (12.2")
Dry Weight: 125 g (4.4 oz)
Brief Dimensions (L x fW x mW x bW): 64 cm (25.2") x 24 cm (9.5") x 12 cm (4.7") x 44 cm (17.3")
Padding Dimensions (L x fW x mW x bW): 39 cm (15.4") x 9 cm (3.5") x 8 cm (3.2") x 19 cm (7.5")
Padding Wing Dimensions (fPW x fPH x bPW x bPH): 0.5 cm (0.2") x 3 cm (1.2") x 5.5 cm (2.2") x 17 cm (6.7")
Padding Wing Shape (Front, Rear): Triangular, Triangular
Total Padding Area: 5.2 cm2 (78 in2)

3.1 Carer M001 Underwear (back/front)


Laboratory Absorbency Tests

Total Absorption Volume (after press out): 275 ml (9.3 oz)
Total Absorption Volume (before press out): 300 ml (10.1 oz)
Time to Absorb Wettings (first to last): (27 s, 37 s, 49 s, 74 s)
Wet Folded Thickness: 2 cm (0.8")
Total Padding to Absorbency Ratio: 0.55 ml / cm2 (0.12 oz / in2)
Press Out Volume: 25 ml (0.85 oz)
Time to Hang Dry: TBD

The M001 Women’s Underwear is currently the highest absorbency Carer incontinence product available. It features a unique hybrid design with hook & loop fasteners so it can be applied and removed without removing one's shoes/pants. This makes it practical for quick changes, though with the most extensive padding coverage toward the rear it may be better suited for overnight wear. It’s rated at 450 ml (15.2 oz) absorbency, although in practice I feel it would be tough to get anywhere near that much without leaks happening first. Even so, it proved more absorbent than any other Carer product tested so far, slightly ahead of the M67.

3.2 Carer M001 After Capacity Test

"Real World" Absorbency Tests

Daily Drips & Dribbles Rating: 10
I give the M001 top marks when it comes to protection against drips and dribbles. This underwear is comparable to the M67 in that regard, but this one is targeted toward women whereas the M67 is designed for men. Male wearers will find the padding on this underwear doesn’t run very far up the front and thus won’t provide full coverage, particularly during daily wear. In many ways this underwear may be better suited for overnight wear since the padding is thinnest at the front/mid-section and expands toward the rear. In my own testing it appeared highly effective at managing all sorts of drips and dribbles. The padding in this underwear is a bit different and perhaps more breathable than other Carer models. To get a better sense of its limits, I pushed it to see what to expect from absorbency with a heavier wetting. Initially it completely contained it, demonstrating the strength of the moisture impermeable barrier. However, it quickly pooled in the lower padding and leaked rapidly through the sides when it was shifted. I measured the total absorbance after the leak at around 150 ml (5.1 oz), which is certainly near the top of what you could possibly get without leaking in daily wear. Consequently, this underwear should be perfect for light-moderate urinary incontinence under 200 ml (6.8 oz) without leaks or perhaps a bit higher if worn overnight. Women with light-moderate stress incontinence will find this underwear particularly helpful.


Additional Protection Rating: 8

The M001 provided the best additional protection of all other carer underwear tested so far when seated. Again, it was combined with a Goodnites XL protective underwear and tested when sitting after a bedwetting episode the previous night. The wide rear padding absorbed a significant amount of leakage and proved perfect for the job. It should be decent for light-moderate leaks in this case. However, the downside is that the padding coverage doesn’t run far up the front of the underwear so if most of your leaks typically happen in the front it won’t be as useful. Even so, I am ranking this underwear based on its performance when seated since that’s when leaks most frequently occur and while standing or active gravity tends to carry moisture toward the rear.

3.3 Carer M001 as Additional Protection for Goodnites XL

Wear & Tear Tests


Fitting

The sizing of the M001 is different from most other Carer products and comes out on the small side. In my case I typically wear a medium size, but with the M001 the large size proved to have the best fit; whereas for most other Carer products I’ve found the best fit with the small size. This underwear has stretchy flexible design so there is some give even if you don’t end up with a perfectly matched size. Yet, the biggest differentiator for this product is that it can be attached/removed similar to a diaper with hook & loop fasteners on its wings. These fasteners have a fixed position so they can only ever be attached in one spot rather than being repositionable, making it more of a hybrid product with an underwear-like fit.

3.4 Carer Incontinence M001 Underwear Fit

Comfort Rating: 9

I found the M001 was almost perfect when it came to comfort. Like other Carer products it is made of a soft breathable fabric. I also found it had a snug, flexible fit and didn’t notice any irritation at the seams. However, it’s convenience comes at a cost, with the hook & loop fasteners that make it so easy to do a quick change somewhat susceptible to scratching the wearer’s skin. This is particularly true when sliding it down to use the toilet, which can also shift the fasteners to a less desirable location if you’re not careful. This makes getting the correct sizing all the more important for this underwear. On the plus side, the padding is a bit different and I found it more breathable than other Carer products. I tried running and exercising in this underwear with no issues and found it to be exceptionally good for warm weather.

3.5 Carer M001 Backsheet and Topsheet

Durability Rating (dry): 9
Once again, the tabs that make this underwear so convenient also pose some challenges to durability. You need to take a little more care when applying/removing it to ensure the tabs don’t shift. When I applied them correctly I had no issue and found they didn’t shift, but I did notice some issues when I needed to slide the underwear down to use the toilet. Otherwise, the material feels durable and it holds its form for active wear.


Discretion Rating: 9*

Generally I’d be surprised if anyone noticed this underwear and never found it noticeable in any way other than when adjusting the velcro (which is noisy). However, the padding does extend pretty far up the rear and is somewhat thick so it’s possible it may show under tighter clothing. For this reason I can’t give it quite as high a rating as other Carer products when it comes to discretion, but keeping in mind that you gain some extra protection for lost discretion.

*Again, I preface my rating with that I’m rating it in accordance to products for lighter incontinence.

3.6 Carer M001 Sweats Profile (left) vs Normal Underwear (right) 



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W302 Women's Protective Underwear


Backsheet: Cloth (reusable) 70% modal, 25% nylon, 5% spandex body (70/30% viscose/polyester pad)
Available Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL
Advertised Absorbency: 100 ml (3.4 oz)
Standing Inner Leak Guards: No
Leg Gathers: No* (not elastic but does fit snugly)
Product Style: Reusable Underwear
Outer Color: Black
Inner Color: Black
Folded Thickness: 2 cm (0.8")
Folded Length: 24 cm (9.5")
Dry Weight: 90 g (3.2 oz)
Brief Dimensions (L x fW x mW x bW): 48 cm (18.9") x 30 cm (11.8") x 8 cm (3.2") x 30 cm (11.8")
Padding Dimensions (L x fW x mW x bW): 29 cm (11.4") x 11 cm (4.3") x 6 cm (2.4") x 11 cm (4.3")
Padding Wing Dimensions (fPW x fPH x bPW x bPH): 2.5 cm (1") x 8 cm (4.3") x 6 cm (2.4") x 8 cm (3.2")
Padding Wing Shape (Front, Rear): Semicircle, Semicircle
Total Padding Area: 254 cm2 (39.4 in2)

4.1 Carer W302 Underwear (back/front)


Laboratory Absorbency Tests

Total Absorption Volume (after press out): 80 ml (2.7 oz)
Total Absorption Volume (before press out): 85 ml (2.9 oz)
Time to Absorb Wettings (first to last): (18 s)
Wet Folded Thickness: 1.5 cm (0.6")
Total Padding to Absorbency Ratio: 0.31 ml / cm2 (0.07 oz / in2)
Press Out Volume: 5 ml (0.17 oz)
Time to Hang Dry: TBD

The Carer Women’s W302 is a compact light absorbency underwear with a boxer-brief type fit. The absorbent pad itself is relatively narrow but actually runs a bit further up the front than the W303. It also has quite a low rise and is among the most discreet Carer products.


4.2 Carer W302 After Capacity Test

"Real World" Absorbency Tests

Daily Drips & Dribbles Rating: 8
The W302 is clearly targeted for lighter incontinence with an advertised absorbency of 100 ml. This should be more than sufficient for those with light drips and dribbles and probably ideal for women with slight infrequent stress incontinence. I wouldn’t recommend it for moderate levels of incontinence as the padding would quickly be overcome. In my own testing it was easily sufficient for light drips and dribbles. As a final test I tried to push it to its limit to see how much it might theoretically be able to absorb. I wasn’t expecting much given it’s ranked as one of the lowest absorbency Carer products but was surprised that the final absorbency was so close to the advertised absorbency at 100 ml (3.4 oz). This underwear is deceptively absorbent considering its compact form and relatively narrow padding. Interestingly enough it leaked out the rear but was able to contain quite a bit before leaking too. I imagine it will easily handle daily drips and dribbles. Otherwise, it could also provide a higher level of absorption when combined with a small booster pad.


Additional Protection Rating: 4

While the overall padding in this underwear doesn’t cover a particularly large area, it does cover regions that are more likely to leak. Again this was tested with Goodnites XL underwear the morning after a bedwetting episode. Upon sitting there was no initial leakage, instead leaks formed slowly with pressout at the rear. I was surprised because I was expecting a bit more in terms of leakage and it performed surprisingly well in a few tests. That said, it’s hardly fool-proof and I have concerns about the narrow padding being able to capture leaks from underlying protection where they might pass over the edges. But if worn with a smaller incontinence pad it should support a good degree of absorbance, perhaps even doubling its stand-alone absorbency.

4.3 Carer W302 as Additional Protection for Goodnites XL
 

Wear & Tear Tests


Fitting

The W302 fits smaller than most other Carer products but is still relatively large. I found it to be a little snug, but I typically wear a medium size and was testing the small size. It’s constructed from a flexible material so it will easily conform to the wearer's body.

4.4 Carer Incontinence W302 Underwear Fit

Comfort Rating: 19

The Carer W302 has a snug fit that conforms to the wearer’s body. Its absorbent padding is located in the center and relatively thick but narrow in width. I noticed the padding more during wear than other Carer products, but mostly just when I was active (e.g. running). Otherwise, this underwear is soft and comfortable and will be particularly good for those who like a slim fit. Like other Carer products it is more susceptible to dampness than disposable incontinence products but it has the benefit of being highly breathable to counter that.

4.5 Carer W302 Backsheet and Topsheet

Durability Rating (dry): 10
The W302 is made of a flexible but durable fabric that proved highly effective during my tests. I never noticed any issues with padding after working out while wearing this underwear as it kept its form perfectly. The snug fit means this underwear won’t shift around during wear. Meanwhile, its material proved to hold up well with washes and I’d expect it to last for a very long time without holes/tears.


Discretion Rating: 10*

Like other Carer products, the W302 provides top of the line discretion for those dealing with light incontinence. This underwear is particularly discreet as it has a low rise and compact fit. I imagine you could even get away with wearing it under tight fitting clothing without anyone noticing the padding.

*Again, I preface my rating with that I’m rating it in accordance to products for lighter incontinence.

4.6 Carer W302 Sweats Profile (left) vs Normal Underwear (right) 



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W303 Women's Incontinence Underwear


Backsheet: Cloth (reusable) 70% modal, 25% nylon, 5% spandex body (30% polyester/ 70% viscose pad)ithout anyone noticing the padding.
Available Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL
Advertised Absorbency: 150 ml (5 oz)
Standing Inner Leak Guards: No
Leg Gathers: No* (not elastic but does fit snugly)
Product Style: Reusable Underwear
Outer Color: Beige
Inner Color: Beige (White Pad)
Folded Thickness: 2 cm (0.8")
Folded Length: 31 cm (12.2")
Dry Weight: 100 g (3.5 oz)
Brief Dimensions (L x fW x mW x bW): 62 cm (24.4") x 34 cm (13.4") x 16 cm (6.3") x 34 cm (13.4")
Padding Dimensions (L x fW x mW x bW): 26 cm (10.2") x 13 cm (5.1") x 12 cm (4.7") x 15 cm (5.9")
Padding Wing Dimensions (fPW x fPH x bPW x bPH): 0.5 cm (0.2") x 5 cm (2") x 1.5 cm (0.6") x 9 cm (3.5")
Padding Wing Shape (Front, Rear): Semicircle, Semicircle
Total Padding Area: 344 cm2 (53.3 in2)

5.1 Carer W303 Underwear (back/front)


Laboratory Absorbency Tests

Total Absorption Volume (after press out): 165 ml (5.6 oz)
Total Absorption Volume (before press out): 175 ml (5.9 oz)
Time to Absorb Wettings (first to last): (19s, 30 s)
Wet Folded Thickness: 1.5 cm (0.6")
Total Padding to Absorbency Ratio: 0.48 ml / cm2 (0.10 oz / in2)
Press Out Volume: 10 ml (0.34 oz)
Time to Hang Dry: TBD

The W303 is a light-moderate absorbency women’s underwear. It has a high rise, but its padding is mostly concentrated toward the center and rear. During testing it proved well suited for light incontinence and potentially as additional protection to a disposable pad or underwear given its relatively wide padding. I feel it would be well suited for women with light leaks due to stress incontinence.


5.2 Carer W303 After Capacity Test


"Real World" Absorbency Tests

Daily Drips & Dribbles Rating: 9
The W303 is designed for women’s wear and thus it concentrates most of its padding toward its midsection. So from the perspective of a unisex product, it’s probably best suited for additional protection if worn by men. Even for some women, I suspect the padding up the front may be a little shorter than ideal since it has a somewhat looser fit. Given all this, it seems best for overnight wear and perhaps when seated. In my personal experience, I found it sufficient for light daily drips and dribbles. I think the extra wide padding coverage could also make it well suited for exercise and I did indeed test it when running to confirm it suits this purpose. Like the previously tested products, I also tried pushing the W303 to see where the maximum expected absorbency might sit. It initially held out alright, but pretty quickly pooled and there was leakage out the rear. I measured it afterward to see where it was at and found it had absorbed 125 ml (7.6 oz) at the point of leakage, which was about in line with expected absorbency and more than enough for lighter drips and dribbles.


Additional Protection Rating: 7

I rank the W303 higher in terms of additional protection than I expected given the relatively low padding rise at the front/rear. The big benefit this underwear provides is that the area of padding is considerably wider than most. Once again, it was worn in combination with a Goodnites XL protective underwear and tested while seated after a previous night’s bedwetting episode. All moisture that made it through to the padding and otherwise would have leaked onto the chair was blocked. That said, I’m sure there are situations where moisture could still leak through and if you’re wearing it as additional protection and get overflow rather than pressout then it might come out above the padding area. I also feel this underwear would be particularly well suited in combination with smaller incontinence pads to catch leaks at the edges.

5.3 Carer W303 as Additional Protection for Goodnites XL

Wear & Tear Tests


Fitting

The W303 fits very much on the larger side. With a 31~32” waist I still found the small size I tested was a bit loose, though not impractically so. This underwear is stretchy with a very high rising waist and both the material and waistband stretch, so it will conform to the wearer’s body.

5.4 Carer Incontinence W303 Underwear Fit
 

Comfort Rating: 10

I rank the W303 highly for comfort. It has a very soft fit with no rough edges. It also feels very light and breathable and resists perspiration. In spite of it’s otherwise thicker look I feel it could actually be a good choice for warm weather wear. The material is soft and stretchy so that it fits snugly without any effort. It’s about as comfortable as you could expect for such a product and thus the perfect score here.

5.5 Carer W303 Backsheet and Topsheet

Durability Rating (dry): 9
The downside of the thin breathable material is that it may be less durable. During testing I never had an issue but I imagine with multiple washes and typical wear/tear it would wear out faster than others with a thicker material like the M67. That said, I went running and exercised in this underwear with no issue and never found a problem with the padding bunching up. It also retained its form well after washing. I’m not sure I can give it a perfect score for durability, but it comes pretty close.


Discretion Rating: 10*

Like most of Carer’s products, this underwear is incredibly discreet and well fitted for providing good protection against small leaks without being noticed. I do feel it can be a bit loose at the bottom toward the padding, but not so much that I’d deduct discretion marks because it will easily conform to whatever you’re wearing.

*Again, I preface my rating with that I’m rating it in accordance to products for lighter incontinence.

5.6 Carer W303 Sweats Profile (left) vs Normal Underwear (right) 



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Sunday, 20 August 2023

Molicare Premium Elastic 10D (Small/Medium) Adult Diaper Review

 *For more information on how I do reviews see Diaper Test Methodology


Summary

The Molicare Premium Elastic 10D is the second Molicare-branded diaper I’ve tested after the Molicare Slip Maxi. This diaper features a cloth-like backsheet with unique elastic sides that allow it to snuggly fit the curves of one's hips. This product line features an extensive range of absorbency levels from 5D (drops) to 10D with the 10D tested in this review being the maximum level of available absorbency for this diaper. Choosing the proper sizing proved a challenge for me with mixed reviews and many complaining about incorrect sizing. Typically I would go with a medium size, but I saw some reviews suggesting it fits large. I imagine others have faced this dilemma, so for the purpose of this review I’ve gone with testing both the small and the medium sizes to compare them (this turned out to be a more valuable comparison than I’d expected since they’re quite different).

In terms of absorbency, I found the small and the medium sizes were nearly the same for performance. I suppose this isn’t surprising since they both have about the same amount of core padding, even though the backsheet on the medium runs far higher and has well defined padded wings. The stretchy sides on this diaper have both pros and cons. In terms of fit they provided among the best fit I’ve ever experienced (in the small anyway), but they’re also more challenging to apply because pulling on one side to attach it can pull the whole rear toward that side, making it harder to attach the other side. In terms of structure the small and medium are very different diapers, with the medium having a more typical adult diaper hourglass structure and the small taking a rectangular form that seems like a hybrid between an adult and baby diaper. Price-wise, the unit price of the small is substantially less than that of the medium, so it’s a far more affordable choice for those who can fit it. My final take is that I’d recommend this diaper for those who don’t like the fit of more traditional adult diapers and I feel it would make a great choice for daily or overnight wear (just be careful when ordering to make sure you get proper sizing). I’d like to give special thanks to BR Pat and Denis whose donations helped contribute to the purchases in this review! Again, any help is always appreciated!

Key Features:

  • Cloth-like backsheet
  • Repositionable tapes
  • Single tape per side
  • Standing inner leak barriers
  • Wetness indicator
  • Stretchy elastic-sides

Pros:

  • Snug comfortable fit
  • Highly soft/breathable
  • High absorbency
  • Very Discreet

Cons:

  • Some gaps between sizes
  • Difficult to apply while standing

 

Product Details

For the purpose of this post I will be reviewing and referring to the small/medium-sized Molicare Premium Elastic 10D Diaper. However, other available sizes are listed below:


Packaging

Brand: MoliCare
Manufacturer: Paul Hartmann AG
Origin: France
Units Per Bag (S): 14
Units Per Bag (M): 22
Cost Per Unit: $$
Dimensions S (L x W x H): 38 cm (15") x 16 cm (6.3") x 21 cm (8.3")
Dimensions M (L x W x H): 36 cm (14.2") x 18 cm (7.1") x 14 cm (5.1")
Weight (S,M): 2.5 kg (5.6 lbs), 2.3 kg (5.1 lbs)
Available Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL
Advertised Absorbency (S/M): Heavy

1.1 Molicare Premium Elastic 10D (S/M) Packaging

Diaper

Backsheet: Cloth-like (non-woven)
Wetness Indicator: Yes (blue dashes down middle, fades when wet)
Standing Inner Leak Guards: Yes
Leg Gathers: Yes
Product Style: Tab-Style Brief
Refastenable Tabs: Yes
Number of Tapes: 2
Repositionable Tabs: Yes
Outer Color: White (gray text/lines running parallel over the padding edges)
Inner Color: White
Front Waistband: No
Rear Waistband: No
Folded Thickness (S, M): 1.8 cm (0.72"), 2.7  cm (1.1")
Folded Length (S, M): 21 cm (8.3"), 24 cm (9.5")
Dry Weight (S, M): 112 g (4 oz), 158 g (5.6 oz)
Fragrance: No
Diaper Dimensions S (L x fW x mW x bW): 70 cm (27.6") x 29 cm (11.4") x 29 cm (11.4") x 61 cm (24")
Diaper Dimensions M (L x fW x mW x bW): 80 cm (31.5") x 45 cm (17.7") x 30 cm (11.8") x 78 cm (30.7")
Wing Shape (Front, Rear): Rectangular (None for Small), Rectangular
Padding Dimensions S (L x fW x mW x bW): 63 cm (24.8") x 20 cm (7.9") x 17 cm (6.7") x 21 cm (8.3")
Padding Dimensions M (L x fW x mW x bW): 64 cm (25.2") x 29 cm (11.4") x 18 cm (7.1") x 36 cm (14.2")
Padding Wing Dimensions S (fPW x fPH x bPW x bPH): 1.5 cm (0.6") x 12 cm (4.7") x 2 cm (0.8") x 20 cm (7.9")
Padding Wing Dimensions M (fPW x fPH x bPW x bPH): 5.5 cm (2.2") x 14 cm (5.5") x 9 cm (3.5") x 23 cm (9.1")
Padding Wing Shape (Front, Rear): Semicircle, Semicircle
Total Padding Area (S, M): 1187 cm2 (184 in2), 1720 cm2 (267 in2)
Tape Spacing (S, M) (t1): 3.5 cm (1.4"), 3 cm (1.2")
Tape (S, M) (W x L): 7 cm (2.8") x 4.5 cm (1.8"), 7 cm (2.8") x 4 cm (1.6")

1.2 Molicare Premium Elastic 10D S/M Diaper


Laboratory Absorbency Tests

Total Absorption Volume (S, M) (after press out): 1213 ml (42.8 oz), 1417 ml (50 oz)
Total Absorption Volume (S, M) (before press out): 1238 ml (43.7 oz), 1492 ml (52.6 oz)
Time to Absorb Wettings S (first to last): (61 s, 72 s, 83 s, 87 s, 76 s)
Time to Absorb Wettings M (first to last): (52 s, 45 s, 58 s, 57 s, 63 s, 67 s)
Wet Folded Thickness (S, M): 4.5 cm (1.8"), 5 cm (2")
Used to Total Padding Ratio (S, M): 91%, 83%
Total Padding to Absorbency Ratio (S/M): 1.02 ml / cm2 (0.23 oz / in2), 0.82 ml / cm2 (0.19 oz / in2)
Press Out Volume (S/M): 25 ml (0.88 oz), 75 ml (2.65 oz)

Surface Dampness Rating: 8

The Molicare Premium Elastic 10D performed well when it came to resisting surface dampness. During the lab paper towel test there was no sign of moisture after the first wetting and only a little on the second. It wasn’t until the 3rd wetting that there was significant moisture on the paper towel. In real world testing it performed very well; I never noticed dampness after a single wetting. Even on the second wetting when the padding was saturated it continued to feel relatively dry on account of the highly breathable design.





2.1 Wet vs Dry Diaper After Capacity Test (S/M)


2.2 Used vs Unused Padding After Capacity Test (S / M)

"Real World" Absorbency Tests

Posture Tests


Standing-Sitting

Total Absorbed Volume (S, M): 838 ml (29.6 oz), 942 ml (33.2 oz)
Total Wettings (S,M): (1 standing, 2 sitting), (1 standing, 1 sitting)
Leaked After Sitting: No
Used to Total Padding Ratio (S, M): 73%, 80%
Padding to Absorbency Score (S/M): 0.71 ml / cm2 (0.16 oz / in2), 0.55 ml / cm2 (0.12 oz / in2)

Standing-Sitting Rating: 8
The Molicare Premium Elastic 10D small size performed well when standing then sitting. The first test while standing saw very brief pooling and most moisture was absorbed into the mid section of the padding. Once fully absorbed the diaper went back to feeling dry and comfortable with the dampness barely noticeable. Upon sitting shortly after there was no obvious pressout and, consequently, no leaks. The second wetting while seated resulted in moisture pushing up the front of the diaper but it was contained and prevented from escaping the waist or wings. Instead the moisture was redirected down toward the middle of the padding and partially wicked up the rear. Most of the front padding was wet at this point but there was still dry padding at the rear and no sign of leakage. After a more extended amount of time sitting I suspect there was some slight leakage out the leg gathers but not enough to stop the test. On the third wetting there was substantial pooling at the front of the diaper and enough pressure that quite a bit was able to push up through the front leak guards and over the wings. Unfortunately the thickness at the mid-section prevented much of the excess moisture from making it to the rear when seated, but there was still some dry rear padding at the end of the test. I ended the test at that, but was impressed with the overall performance given its size and suspect it will consistently take 1~2 wettings during daily wear. On the next test, the first wetting of the Molicare Premium Elastic 10D medium while standing was rapidly absorbed and wicked through the padding. Because of its relatively loose fit on me, most of the moisture ended up getting directed toward the middle padding and the front and the rear remained largely dry. Upon sitting shortly afterward there was no sign of leakage and I didn’t notice any pressout or significant moisture. On the second wetting while seated moisture pushed up the front of the diaper and leaked out into its wings pretty soon after. The result was a modest leak out below the rear, under the wings. I ended the test at that, but I suspect it may have performed a little better with a snugger fit to redirect the moisture to the rear padding. At the end of the test there was still a substantial amount of dry padding at the rear.


Lying Down

Total Absorbed Volume (S, M): 1063 ml (37.5 oz), 892 ml (31.5 oz)
Total Wettings (S, M): 3, 2
Used to Total Padding Ratio (S, M): 99%, 86%
Padding to Absorbency Score (S, M): 0.90 ml / cm2 (0.20 oz / in2), 0.52 ml / cm2 (0.12 oz / in2)

Lying Down Rating: 8

The Molicare Premium Elastic 10D demonstrated reasonable absorbency when tested while lying down. When testing the small size, the first wetting was absorbed quickly and easily with little pooling. Once absorbed, it was hard to tell whether the padding was wet due to its breathability and minimal surface dampness. The only sign of wetness was the faded wetness indicator and the padding was slightly thicker/firmer. The second wetting while lying down was also fully absorbed. I expected leaks on this wetting as it initially felt quite damp and there was a bit of pooling, but the very snug fit of the small size contained it all until it could be absorbed and there were no signs of leakage. Had the diaper fit loosely I’m sure there would have been some leakage. Once absorbed, the diaper felt comfortable, with a bit more surface dampness but again balanced out by its breathability. On the third wetting there was finally moderate leakage through the rear leg gathers. Initially the pooling pushed up the front of the diaper but there were no leaks through the wings because the snug fit held it back and it was the pooling around the rear leg gathers that eventually caused the leak. All things considered, I was rather impressed with how the small size of this diaper held out, perhaps largely due to its unique fit. When testing the medium size, performance was somewhat affected by the fit, as the medium fits pretty large and in my case I found there wasn’t a particularly strong seal at the leg gathers, making it a bit more susceptible to leakage. In spite of that weakness, the padding coverage in the medium is substantial and the first wetting was easily absorbed with no obvious surface dampness. I couldn’t even tell it was wet after the first wetting aside from a little more firmness of the padding. In the second wetting there was significant pooling in the mid-section and a substantial leak through the leg gathers. Given that most of the padding was saturated after the test it likely would have leaked regardless of the fit, however, it wouldn’t have leaked as easily with a better fit. In my case it leaked almost immediately, but for those with a snugger fit it may take 2 wettings in some cases.

2.3 Pattern of Used vs Unused Padding Test (S/M) Stand/Sit (right) Lying Down (left)


Daily Wear and Bedwetting

In testing the Molicare Premium Elastic 10D I found substantial differences between the small and medium-size. Whereas in most diapers the larger sizes are just a scaled up version of the smaller sizes, in this diaper the construction of the small and medium was substantially different. The medium is about what you might expect from a standard adult diaper, with an “hourglass” shaped backsheet and padding. Its primary distinguishing feature being the stretchable rear wings, giving it a design not unlike the Tena Super Stretch or Prevail Air Overnight. That said, I give it an edge over either of those diapers as it also features decent inner leak guards and proved a bit more absorbent. The sizing of this diaper leans toward the larger end of the spectrum so if you’re normally at the smaller end of medium in sizing then you may opt for the small size. However, because of its design, sizing is all the more important to ensure it stretches, rather than sagging, over the waist and the tapes don’t overlap in the middle but are still able to stretch far enough to reach the front backsheet. It’s quite easy to mess up the fitting of this diaper and that will result in poor absorbency or discomfort. Personally, I didn’t find the medium-size to be uncomfortable even if it was a bit large, but it left substantial gaps for moisture to escape and was more susceptible to sagging so I focused more on the performance of the small size in my review. The small size is where this diaper is truly different from others on the market. Its padding length is nearly identical to that of the medium size, but with a much shorter backsheet, so the padding runs nearly all the way to the front and rear waistline. The padding and backsheet are also nearly rectangular and it has no front wings, with the partially stretchable rear wings entirely responsible for the fit. For this reason I found it was easiest to apply this diaper while lying down because your body weight will hold it in place as you stretch the wings to attach to its front. If standing, it’s probably easiest if you can get another person to help hold it in place as you fasten it. The area of stretchy material on the wings is somewhat limited on the small-size, while it makes up most of the length on the medium. I imagine more people would be able to get a good fit with the small size if the stretchable material made up a greater proportion of the material on the wing. All in all, the design of the small feels like something of a hybrid between a baby diaper and an adult diaper, with its core more like a baby diaper and fasteners more like an adult diaper. In testing, I found this design actually worked surprisingly well. The fit is amongst the snuggest I’ve ever experienced but the fasteners hold strongly and don’t easily slip. I didn’t experience any leaks when worn for bedwetting, with it easily absorbing 1~2 wettings and never disturbing my sleep. I wouldn’t recommend it for any more than 2 wettings as you’ll hit the overall capacity at that, but the fit goes a good way to ensure the padding is well utilized. During daily wear it was a bit more challenging because it can be tricky to reattach it when you are able to make it to the toilet on time. For this reason, it may work better for those who are fully incontinent where they’ll only ever want to remove it to change into a new diaper. In daily wear you’ll generally get at least 1 wetting without leakage on this diaper, I suspect 2 wettings will often be possible but there is more risk of minor pressout leakage on sitting. Aside from that, I never noticed clamminess from this diaper and it proved incredibly skin friendly as I never had so much as a hint of irritation during wear. I’d highly recommend giving this diaper a try, particularly if you’re able to fit the small size, which comes at a much better unit price.


Suitability for Bowel Incontinence: 7

This diaper checks several key boxes when it comes to suitability for bowel incontinence. It has strong tapes with a snug fitting design, generous rear padding and standing inner leak guards. However, it lacks waistbands which are important for containment and the breathable design can be susceptible to odors. I feel this diaper could work for bowel incontinence but you’ll likely be better off going with something like the Forma-Care X-Plus in this regard.


Wear & Tear Tests


Fitting

The Molicare Premium Elastic 10D has to be one of the most interesting fittings of any diapers I’ve tested so far. It has a cloth-like backsheet with only a single hook and loop fastener per side (most adult diapers have 2 tabs per side) and stretchy rear wings. In this way it has a lot of similarities to the Tena Super Stretch or Prevail Air Overnight. However, there are significant differences between the fit of the medium and small version of this diaper. It’s almost like they’re two different diapers. The medium is more similar to the Tena Super Stretch or Prevail Air Overnight with its curved backsheet and well defined wings at the front and rear. Also, in the medium size the backsheet runs well above the end of the padding at the waistline. The dimensions of the small size are different than any I’ve tested so far. It has nearly the same padding length as the medium but the backsheet is substantially shorter so the padding runs right near the end of the backsheet at both the front and back. The padding area on the small size has a rectangular shape to it with very small wings at the front and rear, with the rear wing also being rectangular and stretchy.

3.1 Molicare Premium Elastic 10D S/M Fastener

 

Ease-of-Use Rating: 6

I’ll preface my relatively low ease-of-use score for this diaper with the caveat that it depends highly on circumstance and some may find it far easier to use than others. I discovered a substantial difference in sizing between the medium and the small sized Molicare Premium Elastic and found I was very close to being in-between sizes. My 78~81 cm (31~32”) waist had a better fit on the small size, which is targeted at a 70-90 cm (27.5-35.4”), compared with the medium size, targeted at a 85~120 cm (33.5~47.2”) waist. My other challenge was my relatively large hips, which pushed me closer to the limits on the small size. Typically when I’m between small and medium-sized diapers I tend to go up in size, but in this case the medium left large gaps for me and the stretchy sides had to be left somewhat loose to avoid the two tapes overlapping in the middle. Anyone with a waist only slightly larger than my own will likely struggle to get a good fit from this diaper. That aside, the stretchy sides are a major selling point for this diaper and give it a surprisingly snug and comfortable fit when you get your correct size. At first I felt the small was too tight until I realized the elastic was designed for some stretch and doesn’t result in crushing tightness when worn. Yet, this presents some challenges in self-applying the diaper or re-attaching it. I found it easy to apply when lying down, less so when sitting, and far more difficult when standing. The problem with trying to apply it when standing is that the stretchy side will pull the front backward so you need to keep a firm grip on the front when applying it while standing. This may be less difficult if you have another person help apply it and perhaps won’t be an issue in a care-giver environment. Still, it makes it difficult if you can make it to the toilet on time because it will be hard to re-attach. When I’ve attempted re-attachments I’ve run into some issues accidentally ripping the backsheet, which made it even more difficult. It provides a high level of absorbency and I was quite happy with its overnight performance. It also has a wetness indicator and decent leak guards. I was conflicted on rating this diaper for ease-of-use, but I heavily weighted its impact on daily wear with the difficulty in applying it when standing. If you can reliably apply it while lying down I’d be tempted to say it’s as high as an 8 or 9 in this regard.

3.2 Molicare Premium Elastic 10D (S/M) Diaper Fit

Comfort


Comfort Rating (dry): 10

I’ve given the Molicare Premium Elastic 10D a perfect score for dry comfort, with the caveat being that you actually get a proper fit. In my case I found that was possible with the small size, which fit snugly and never budged during hours of wear. The padding is quite soft and the design is amongst the most breathable on the market. I never noticed any clamminess during wear and heat quickly dissipated, so I feel it could be a great diaper for warmer weather. Moreover, the padding proved incredibly resistant to clumping or tearing during dry wear and continued to feel the same as when it was first applied, even hours later. I’m confident this diaper won’t sag, even though I do have concerns about tape weakness after re-attaching the tapes (I counted that more against durability than comfort though), during testing I was able to avoid any issues around that; yet it requires a lot of care that might not be possible if changing in a public restroom.


Comfort Rating (wet): 10

The Molicare Premium Elastic 10D earns a perfect score for wet comfort. I found the padding to be incredibly durable with little-to-no deterioration (particularly in the small size). It also remained highly breathable with little noticeable surface dampness. The snug fit prevented any indication of sagging when wearing this diaper while wet. Again, assuming the proper fit (small for me), the elastic sides hold the waist up better than diapers with a more traditional design. I feel an elastic waistband might be a nice improvement, but far less necessary than it would be in a diaper without this fantastic fit. The main concern I might have with wet wear in this diaper would be if you were re-attaching the tapes multiple times while standing. I tried to avoid that and the tapes held out remarkably, but with multiple re-reattachments and a damaged backsheet the risk of it coming loose increases substantially. I’m assuming the tapes are used as intended in my scoring here.

3.3 Molicare Premium Elastic 10D S/M Topsheet and Backsheet


Durability

Dry Padding Deterioration Proportion (S, M): 2%, 6.1% (topsheet), 0.9%, 4.3% (backsheet)
Shake Deterioration Test (S/M): 2/7 shakes to deterioration


Durability Rating (dry): 9
When properly fit this diaper performed remarkably well for dry durability. In my case this was while wearing the small size, whereas the medium showed more padding deterioration. I believe this owes to its very snug fit, which minimizes the amount of padding shifting and collapsing to happen during wear. At the end of the dry durability test, which involved many hours of modest activity the padding deterioration was among the least I’d seen in any of my tests. The small size was a particular winner in this regard, and may have also done better because a larger proportion of its padding is in the core compared with padding toward the wings, which is usually weaker. During testing I never found this diaper came loose on me and the tapes held on incredibly well to retain the initial snug fit. The only reason I can’t give it a perfect score is that I found that re-attaching the tapes multiple times can damage the backsheet, which risks causing damage that will make them hard to refasten later on.


Durability Rating (wet): 9

The Molicare Premium Elastic 10D demonstrated a high degree of durability when wet, though slightly less than its dry state. I found more small tears in the padding after it was worn wet and the tapes can become hard to re-attach if you damage the backsheet during previous attachments. However, I found this diaper did a great job at keeping its snug fit when properly tapped (again referring to the small version since I couldn’t quite get a proper fit for the medium). Unlike many other diapers with a cloth-like backsheet this diaper’s backsheet is moisture impermeable and I never noticed pinhole leaks or “sweating” out of the backsheet. I feel waistbands would give it slightly more of an edge but I don’t feel these are strictly necessary in this diaper. Were the padding in just slightly better shape after the test I’d easily rank this diaper perfect for wet durability.

3.4 Molicare Premium Elastic 10D S/M Dry Test Deterioration

Discretion Tests


Profile

Front Rise Above Waistline S (Jeans, Sweatpants): 1 cm (0.4"), 0 cm (0")
Front Rise Above Waistline M (Jeans, Sweatpants): 4 cm (1.6"), 4 cm (1.6")
Back Rise Above Waistline S (Jeans, Sweatpants): 1 cm (0.4"), 0 cm (0")
Back Rise Above Waistline M (Jeans, Sweatpants): 9 cm (3.5"), 6 cm (2.4")
Side Rise Above Waistline S (Jeans, Sweatpants): 0 cm (0"), 0 cm (0")
Side Rise Above Waistline M (Jeans, Sweatpants): 2 cm (0.8"), 2 cm (0.8")

Profile Discretion Rating: 9

The Molicare Premium Elastic 10D ranks right up there with the Tena Slip Active Fit Maxi or Tena Super Stretch Brief when it comes to profile discretion. I found the snug fit and strong resistance to sagging allowed this diaper to disappear under clothing even without the aid of underwear or meshpants. It’s easily among the most discreet diapers I’ve tested so far. This is particularly true in the small size, which generally stays below the waistline and won’t show even if bending over. The medium size will show up far more if you’re on the smaller size of the medium range, so it would arguably rank lower. I’ve chosen to focus on the small because it’s sizing aligns with the lower end of most products medium range.

4.1 Molicare Premium Elastic 10D S/M Jeans Profile (left) vs Normal Underwear (right)

4.2 Molicare Premium Elastic 10D S/M Sweats Profile (left) vs Normal Underwear (right) 


Noise

Noise Rating: 10

The Molicare Premium Elastic 10D is as quiet as you could possibly expect from a diaper. I never noticed any noise when wearing this diaper, even when sitting or standing. The snug fit of the elastic sides cuts down on the potential for rustling with movement. This was true both in its wet and dry state. I really doubt there would be any way to make it quieter and thus the perfect score.

4.3 Molicare Premium Elastic 10D (S/M) Noise Profile
 

Odor Reduction

Odor Reduction Rating: 7
The downside of being so breathable was that I found the Molicare Premium Elastic 10D a bit more susceptible to odors than I otherwise would have expected. For the most part I didn’t notice odors too much, but when wet it was occasionally noticeable. It does have a nice snug fit that certainly helps, but I feel having waistbands could further cut down on the odors. Otherwise, it has a decent resistance to surface dampness that will assist with preventing odors from forming in the first place.


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