Depend Comfort Protect Incontinence Pants for Men, Large/Extra-Large - 9 Pants @ Amazon Pantry - £1.33 (+£2.99 P&P)
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Depend Comfort Protect Incontinence Pants for Men, Large/Extra-Large - 9 Pants @ Amazon Pantry - £1.33 (+£2.99 P&P)

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Found 11th Aug
RRP: £6.75
Price:£1.33 (£0.15 / each)
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  • Depend comfort protect pants for men keep you feeling secure and confident both day and night with a soft, comfortable, discreet fit
  • Depend total protect system has been specifically tailored with the combination of fast-absorption channels and odour-eliminating filters
  • Depend incontinence pants for men provide worry-free protection from leaks and odours
  • Specially made to fit the shape of a man with a pant-like waistband, oval-cut leg openings and fit-flex protection with lycra strands to ensure a smooth fit
  • Super absorbency, disposable pants have an overnight guarantee and come in a neutral grey colour
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Nice adult comments.

Maybe his friend has got incontinence after a prostatectomy for cancer, or had a spinal injury.

Seriously, grow up.
Thanks my uncle was looking for these for his son/ my cousin who is very very disabled. This will be a god send have some heat
bradford_dr19 m ago

Nice adult comments.Maybe his friend has got incontinence after a …Nice adult comments.Maybe his friend has got incontinence after a prostatectomy for cancer, or had a spinal injury. Seriously, grow up.


I don't see anyone making jokes about prostate cancer or spinal injuries on this thread. Maybe grow a sense of humour, OP was even joking about looking for friend for god's sake.
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Why were you searching for these? 🙈
jasondungate901 m ago

Why were you searching for these? 🙈


for a friend
Well this deal is sure to take the p!ss, mainly from other commenters
From the Amazon page:

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No wonder this guy's a happy customer, it's just made his junk look 10x bigger (Just for reference, for me that's to scale )

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Just hanging out with the lads...
Are these adult nappies?
jooks19 s ago

Are these adult nappies?


Essentially yes
Can we keep this brief
4mazon5 m ago

for a friend


Nice adult comments.

Maybe his friend has got incontinence after a prostatectomy for cancer, or had a spinal injury.

Seriously, grow up.
Thanks my uncle was looking for these for his son/ my cousin who is very very disabled. This will be a god send have some heat
Damn. Just came here to read the comments whenever a deal like this get posted and i tell you that i am not disappointed.
Edited by: "Baz417" 11th Aug
bradford_dr3 m ago

Nice adult comments.Maybe his friend has got incontinence after a …Nice adult comments.Maybe his friend has got incontinence after a prostatectomy for cancer, or had a spinal injury. Seriously, grow up.


I'm actually glad someone has posted this reply. The first sensible comment on this thread.
buliztik13 m ago

From the Amazon page:[Image] No wonder this guy's a happy customer, it's …From the Amazon page:[Image] No wonder this guy's a happy customer, it's just made his junk look 10x bigger (Just for reference, for me that's to scale )[Image] Just hanging out with the lads...



I suspect it took the photographer hours to get two photos without the models wetting themselves... Then she gave up!
Edited by: "StinkingQuentin" 11th Aug
Do they come with Velcro fasteners?
bradford_dr19 m ago

Nice adult comments.Maybe his friend has got incontinence after a …Nice adult comments.Maybe his friend has got incontinence after a prostatectomy for cancer, or had a spinal injury. Seriously, grow up.


I don't see anyone making jokes about prostate cancer or spinal injuries on this thread. Maybe grow a sense of humour, OP was even joking about looking for friend for god's sake.
Might start using these. At this price they’re cheaper than toilet roll and far less effort 👌🏽
alex.green32 m ago

Might start using these. At this price they’re cheaper than toilet roll a …Might start using these. At this price they’re cheaper than toilet roll and far less effort 👌🏽


Smart!
Shame on all of you.
I didn't even knew that these kind of things existed
Saw these advertised on roadside billboards in the Philippines.
Traffic is so bad in Manila that people can't relieve themselves for such long amounts of time that they were these to cope.
It's worth knowing by the way that you can usually get these provided by NHS. My grandma has dementia/age related incontinence and we've been buying expensive pull up pants for months but now we saw the bladder and bowel service, she gets Tena pull up pants provided for her. Although it might be because she couldn't get on with the pads we tried, cos of the dementia she'd remove the pad all the time so it was useless to try.
Edited by: "lasuil" 12th Aug
jasondungate9015 m ago

Why were you searching for these? 🙈


What's it got to do with you?
If I use these does it mean I don't have to stop driving to have a Jimmy?
Looks like the kids have made it to this forum. No surprise there.

You'd all do well to take heed of Bradford_Dr's comment. It could be you with a spinal injury or a disability that necessitates you using these things.

Though I do understand that knuckle draggers aren't known for their empathy. So my hopes aren't high for this thread.
Anyone needing these might qualify for them on prescription but this deal is cheaper than a prescription, good find
mehmeh2 m ago

Shame on all of you.


Indeed
I guess jokes have to be PC now and none offensive or discriminative to anything. What has this World come to? Comics sell out tours mocking people, try watching the last leg, or even the guy who won Britain’s got talent. Grow a sense of humour.
jasondungate901 h, 9 m ago

I guess jokes have to be PC now and none offensive or discriminative to …I guess jokes have to be PC now and none offensive or discriminative to anything. What has this World come to? Comics sell out tours mocking people, try watching the last leg, or even the guy who won Britain’s got talent. Grow a sense of humour.


No sense of humour on here, especially with the new mods.
You don't know what kind of members are on here or why they are here.
jengabus10 h, 57 m ago

Anyone needing these might qualify for them on prescription but this deal …Anyone needing these might qualify for them on prescription but this deal is cheaper than a prescription, good find


My grandma gets them from the nhs bowel and bladder service for free, no prescriptions. They deliver 6 months worth at a time to us
The end of road side verge 'driver tizer'
lasuil12th Aug

It's worth knowing by the way that you can usually get these provided by …It's worth knowing by the way that you can usually get these provided by NHS. My grandma has dementia/age related incontinence and we've been buying expensive pull up pants for months but now we saw the bladder and bowel service, she gets Tena pull up pants provided for her. Although it might be because she couldn't get on with the pads we tried, cos of the dementia she'd remove the pad all the time so it was useless to try.


My grandmother has the same but we got told we have to buy them ourselves/herself. But its good to know this worth asking again.
default123 m ago

My grandmother has the same but we got told we have to buy them …My grandmother has the same but we got told we have to buy them ourselves/herself. But its good to know this worth asking again.


The nurse at our appointment said we had to ask for/request the need as 2 pairs a day, or we probably wouldn't get allocated them. In reality, unless she has an accident, we only need the 1 pair a day. So I'd play up the need/amount to make sure you get them. We are gonna end up with loads left over but better to have more than enough than none at all.

Also I don't know if it may be because of the dementia we are granted them. I have tried pads with my grandma but it doesn't work with the dementia as she just takes the pad off. Sometimes she even takes off these pull up pants, but not as often as she pulled a pad out of her underwear.
Edited by: "lasuil" 13th Aug
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