I have decided to do a review or comparison of Bambino Diapers and Secure X-Plus diapers.  Many people think they are the exact same diaper when in fact both have their own uniqueness and qualities to each.  Hopefully, this review and comparison will provide some people with helpful information and better insight into what you are getting with each diaper.

Similarities: Both are phenomenal diapers that have probably the best absorbency of an adult diaper on the market.  I used both and probably wet 3 full times in each and they still could have held even more but I am not fully obsessive over keeping on a soaked diaper all day.  But, the absorbency in each is comparable and amazing.  Both the Bambino Diapers and Secure X-Plus have front and back waistbands which is really nice because it keeps the diaper close to your body.  As well, both diapers have standing leg cuffs which is probably one of the most important features in a diaper.  Both have 4 tapes total (2 on each side) that hold superbly and they can even both be adjusted (refastened) if need be multiple times.  Both are of roughly equal thickness and both have super soft plastic that is probably the softest of all diapers I have tried.  The thickness of both is probably in the Top 2 or 3 of the thickest diapers on the market so if you like that babyish feel, either diaper will do it for you.  Both are also plastic and have a nice crinkly sound to them that many people will like.

Differences: So, the most obvious difference between the Bambino Diapers and Secure X-Plus is the frontal tape zone (the print).  The Bambino Classico has a babyish print, the Bambino Bianco is an all white diaper, and the Secure X-Plus has print on the front but it is not babyish.  The Secure X-plus has a wetness indicator on the diaper while the Bambino Classico and Bianco do not.  The Bambino Diapers also differ in that the inner lining is all white while the Secure X-plus has a blue marking on the inner lining as shown below:

Conclusion: In the end, both our similar diapers but have their own qualities that make them unique.  If you want the babyish style then go with the Bambino Diapers Classico.  If you want the more professional and not as babyish style then go with the Secure X-Plus or Bambino Bianco.  If you like to have a wetness indicator then the Secure X-Plus is your diaper because it has one while the Bambino Diapers do not.  Either one you choose, you are getting the top diapers on the market.  There are also minor differences I would say in the fit that you could notice only if you try each one out yourself and try them on.

While this comparison is not super in depth, I know…it provides all the information comparative wise between the two diapers to hopefully help you make a decision which to go with.  I would rate them as the Top 1 and 2 diapers on the market and I use both.  They are the most absorbent and best fitting in my opinion…plus if you like the babyish look then you can’t go wrong with the Bambino Diapers.  But, if you are not so much into the babyish look then you can always get the all white Bambino Bianco Diaper or Secure X-Plus to have that more “professional” or “neutral” look.

Bambino Diapers and Secure X-Plus Photos:

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Bambino Diapers: http://www.bambinodiapers.com

Secure Personal Care: http://www.securepersonalcare.com.

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10 Comments

  1. autieab December 18, 2009 at 11:55 pm - Reply

    I’m not sure that many people think they’re *exactly* the same diaper, it’s more that they acknowledge that the differences between them are purely superficial, which your photos seem to back up.

    As you said, which one to chose is ultimately down to aesthetic preference – the underlying diaper is the same.

    I’m not for one second trying to suggest that this is a bad thing, of course. Both products are fantastic and I’m a repeat customer of both. SCP and Bambino do their respective target markets a great service.

  2. black-dragon December 19, 2009 at 1:46 am - Reply

    Nice review of these two diapers. Very simialar yet each one to its own. I do have a question or two for you. Have you ever tried the Tena Stretch brief that has only on wide strech tab on each side and second have you seen or order any diapers from ABUNIVERSE. They have one diaper thats called Super Dry Kids I think and has one wide tab. What would your opinion for most adult diapers if they ever went to one wide tab for securing a diaper on the wearer of the diaper to save time in taping up ones diaper?!

  3. Adrian December 19, 2009 at 9:43 am - Reply

    ^ Black-dragon: I have tried the ABUniverse diaper and I hate them. They are not absorbent at all, especially what you pay for them. They are the most expensive diaper out there…once you pay for shipping and a case of ABUniverse the price per diaper comes to over $2 per diaper which is ridiculous considering the the ABUniverse diaper has horrible absorbency, no waistbands, not very thick, and I personally don’t like the design but thats just me 🙂 Others may have a different opinion…I am not a ABUniverse fan.

  4. Nia December 19, 2009 at 10:15 am - Reply

    Considering they are both at 50 woodside rd. with different suite (read mailbox) numbers they come from the same manufacturer with a couple of cosmetic differences. When I could get the secure Xplus in Canada I would get them instead of the white bambinos because they where cheaper and the same.

  5. James December 19, 2009 at 2:51 pm - Reply

    Great review, I love the Bambinos but maybe I’ll have to try the secure ones now…

  6. Blue Baby December 19, 2009 at 8:01 pm - Reply

    Was wondering if you had ever tried abena x-plus? I really like them, and would like to see a comparison of these to bambinos (which I have not tried)

  7. Jks16 December 20, 2009 at 10:53 am - Reply

    I like your new design 🙂 it is much cuter 🙂

  8. peed_piper December 20, 2009 at 5:54 pm - Reply

    Folks/Adrian, Are these too thick to be discreet in the day time at work? I feel pretty good about Tranquility ATN for a daytime discreet diaper. Your thoughts appreciated. P_P

  9. littlefoxboy December 24, 2009 at 11:05 am - Reply

    I was under the impression they shared a manufacturer

  10. Ladwig November 15, 2010 at 4:36 pm - Reply

    My perferance is Bambino

    I’ve tryed a few types of diapers out there , as I am incontinent.
    I can honestly say the cloth like ones suck , in my opinion.
    The velcro tapes slip or tear at night & the leg cuffs aren’t comfortable.

    I much prefer a vynel cover & thick absorbant diaper with comfy leg cuffs.

    The retail market here consists mostly of Depends & Tenna
    Many companies need to improve their product, & get it into, retail & homecare stores in Canada…

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