The Secure Plus diaper is a diaper put out by Secure Personal Care and is probably one of the best mid-level adult diapers on the market.  Plus, the all new Secure Plus diaper has a super cute design on the front of it that I absolutely love.  I will show the photos first before I get into my review of the Secure Plus diapers.

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Absorbency: The absorbency of the Secure Plus is surprisingly really good.  Though it does not compare to the absorbency of Secure Personal Care’s Secure X-Plus diaper (their premium and best adult diaper), the absorbency is still one of the best for a mid-level diaper.  I was able to wet it 2 full times and then I felt like I had to change…no leaks!  It probably could have held a little bit more but that is pretty good for a mid-level adult diaper.  Other adult diapers to compare it to are Attends and Tena which I think Secure Plus beats both of these easily in the absorbency department.

Design: The design of the Secure Plus diaper, especially the new one, is great.  It is super cute and I really like the cute little hearts on the front.  The fit of the Secure Plus is very secure and fits great.  I feel very protected at all angles of the diaper.  The plastic is SUPER SOFT, and I love the crinkle this diaper makes.  Very soft plastic which is great for a lot of reasons, one being is that it will REDUCE chaffing on the skin!

Features: The features of the Secure Plus diaper are really quite amazing.  They feature a re-taping frontal landing zone to allow adjusting the diaper in case it needs the adjustment once put on.  Also, it has standing leg cuffs which is one of the best features ever created for a diaper.  It also has leg gathers to further prevent leaking.  These features rarely come with any other mid-level diaper which I think is what sets the Secure Plus diaper apart from a lot of other adult diapers.

Price: The price of the Secure Plus diapers are one of the better buys you can get out there for a mid-range adult diaper.  The features that come with this diaper plus overall quality and absorbency are phenomenal and especially for the price.  Plus, they offer Free Shipping with every order no matter what which is very nice!

Overall: I was super impressed with the Secure Plus diaper and will definitely keep a steady stock of these diapers in for when I don’t want to have a super thick diaper on but rather feel like a semi-thick and very good absorbent diaper.  The absorbency was quite impressive to me and very good compared to other diapers similar to it.  I would highly recommend many of you try them especially with the new cute designs.

Buy Them Here: Secure Personal Care (Go to Briefs and then Secure Plus, be sure to check out their other products which also may suit your needs).

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6 Comments

  1. Crinkly January 28, 2010 at 12:10 am - Reply

    I agree, the Secure Plus are some pretty good diapers. I prefer the design of the earlier taping panel though, as the one in the picture isn’t as colorful as before. And they could use some elastic at the waist. But, they’re still on my list of approved diapers.

    Adrian, do you still like Attends with the elastic waist? They’re still one of my favorites, even though they’re not regarded as highly as they once were. But they’re one of the more babyish adult diapers still out there, and softer than many.

    And adding a Bambino Duo or Quadro pad to either of these greatly increases their absorbency; pretty much to the same level as the Bambino diapers.

  2. triker February 9, 2010 at 5:12 pm - Reply

    We never hear about Adrian wearing either plastic or rubber panties over her diapers. Doesn’t she ever leak? Why not use the proper waterproof protection to keep those wet leaks from showing through one’s clothing, or is it part of the deal when wearing diapers to let the wet show through. It is pretty daring to do this. Next. I’ve been trying to find some Kendall Maxi Care adult briefs or Kendall Lilli adult diapers, but can’t. Does anyone know if they are available, either in the U.S. or in Canada? Thus far, I think the Secure X-Plus (or Bambino) are the best on the market, but wanted to try the Kendall brand. I’ve seen them modeled on U-Tube. Now where do I buy some? Thanks for suggestions. Oh, I’ve written to Kendall about this and they won’t reply.

  3. triker February 10, 2010 at 2:27 pm - Reply

    Check out the site ActiveForever.com and you’ll see a photo of a Kendall Maxi Care Adult Brief. This is a deception (perhaps a legal one) as the company does not stock this item and doesn’t even know where to obtain this product. If you order these, you will receive something in the post that resembles Attends or Depends and has neither the padding or the color suggested in the photo from ActiveForever.com!! Still, they have refused to remove this photo from their site.

    Does anyone actually know where the Kendall Maxi Care Adult Brief or Kendall Lilli adult diaper can be purchased? Or are these products obsolete? Thanks, and stay wet.

  4. Wes March 19, 2010 at 7:39 pm - Reply

    Thank you for reviewing this particular diaper. I ordered a couple packs of them and they arrived last week. Ive been wearing them every day for almost a week now, and by far they are the best, most comfortable and tough diaper i have ever worn. FOr a while i wasnt sure what to buy, but im sticking with Secure brand now.

    Today i hiked 4 miles, and was very pleased with them.

  5. 3g's June 26, 2010 at 1:48 am - Reply

    Has anyone tried the EuroBrief. I have seen on a couple of sites. They have mixed reviews. Most customers rave about the absorbency. Their are a few who feel they are about the same as Unique Wellness and don’t absorb as much as an Abena. I was just wondering if anyone has had personal experiece with this type of diaper.

  6. babyevan August 22, 2010 at 7:33 am - Reply

    just finished up my sample pack of the x-plus and i’ve gotta say these are decent diapers they’re compfy, they stay put, and they hold a good deal, although they’re just as expensive as bambinos so why not just get bambinos *shrug*

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