up & up Compact Tampons Regular vs. U by Kotex Click Regular Tampons

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First of all, the up & up applicator does not 'click' in place, sometimes it breaks apart, which can be very annoying. In addition there is more cotton showing at the top, whereas in the Kotex one it is covered by the applicator. Add this to graveyard list of generic tampons that don't make the cut!

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The generic is much worse than the name brand. The applicator is all wrong and will sometimes come apart completely and leave you with three pieces in your hand. It does not click in place either. I don’t think the two are even comparable.

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