Coloplast SenSura Xpro & Click Ostomy System – REVIEW (w/ video)

Coloplast Sensura click review feature photo

When you get out of ostomy surgery, you’ll likely be given supplies from a manufacturer who partners with your hospital.


Some people decide to stay with the same product long after they’ve recovered from their surgery, and others try new things in order to find the perfect match.

Following my surgery, I was sent home with Coloplast wafers and pouches from the Assura series.  

My stoma nurse requested samples of the Xpro wafer and Sensura Click products for me to try at home.  

While the Assura line is good, the SenSura line is better in my opinion. 

Today, I’d like to give you my review on the Coloplast SenSura Click pouching system.

Disclosure: This review is based on products I received as free samples and those I’ve purchased.

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About the Product

I’ll cover the following items in this review, since I’ve used them all:

SenSura Click Opaque pouch with filter #11125
SenSura Click Transparent pouch without a filter #11185
SenSura Click Opaque pouch without filter #11135
SenSura Click Opaque, closed pouch with filter #10165
SenSura Click Xpro Baseplate #10025

Note: While Coloplast offers urostomy and high-output pouches too, this review is intended for pouches that an average ileostomate or colostomate may use.

Xpro Wafer

The Coloplast SenSura Xpro wafer is available in at least several dozen sizes and styles.

You can get standard wear, extended wear, pre-cut, custom cut, flat or convex.

This part of the review will cover the custom cut, flat, extended wear version, as it’s the one that I’ve used most often.  

With the exception of trying other products out, I’ve worn the Xpro wafer longer than any other product I’ve tried up until this point.

It’s a product that I come back to time and time again, because of its consistency. I did run into some issues with the Xpro wafer, and I’ll go over that shortly.

Coloplast Sensura Xpro back
Coloplast Xpro #10025 (back)
Coloplast Sensura Xpro front
Coloplast Xpro #10025 (front)

The Xpro wafer is a semi-rigid product.  It comes in an oval shape and is designed for aggressive output (like with an ileostomy or urostomy).  

Unlike the Hollister New Image wafers, the Xpro has belt tabs on the wafer, not the pouches; I suspect it’s because the locking mechanism is so secure.  

Because they are semi-rigid, I find that this wafer doesn’t contour well to skin that isn’t perfectly flat.  

I also ran into problems with the bottom edge of the wafer cutting into my skin.

To remedy this, I’d have to place a strip of Opsite Flexifix tape on my skin first, then apply the wafer over it (more details can be found here).  Once that problem was solved, the wafer has been great.

Coloplast Xpro with Flexifix on skin
Notice the Opsite Flexifix clear tape under the bottom portion of the wafer.

While this product is an extended wear wafer, your mileage may vary.  

I tend to get about three days of wear before there’s enough erosion to cause some itching under the baseplate.

The wafer itself sticks really well to the skin, and I use an adhesive remover spray during appliance changes.  

With the adhesive remover spray, this wafer comes off clean and no addition wipes are needed.  

I haven’t had a single issue with wearing the Xpro wafer in showers.  

Because it’s harder plastic, it dries very easily and doesn’t require much fussing around.  If you swim and need more assurance, you could always try a flange seal ring.

Common features (pouches)

There are several commonalities that you’ll notice across the SenSura Click line. I’ll explain them before giving details on each pouch style I’ve used.

Mechanical coupling with a clicking lock.

All the pouches in the SenSura Click line come with a mechanical coupling that you can lock for a very secure fit.

One advantage to this coupling is that you have the freedom of rotating your pouch and then locking it into place when you like and without having to remove the pouch.

This comes in handy if you’re wearing a vertical Stealth Belt, as it allows you to rotate back into a vertical position for easy emptying of your pouch.

The coupling does add extra bulk, and can sometimes be a little awkward to use with some accessories or clothing.

One thing to note is that the coupling is compatible with both the Assura and SenSura wafers.

Coloplast SenSura Click lock open
The locking mechanism on the SenSura Click (shown unlocked)
Coloplast SenSura Click locked
The SenSura Click locking mechanism locked with a wafer in place

Velcro outlet closure

Coloplast doesn’t use a plastic clip on their pouch closures, instead, they have a Velcro fastener which allows for easy opening, draining, cleaning and closing of the outlet.

This is my preferred closure system.  

The outlet is easy to roll up, and the Velcro is easy to fasten.  

Coloplast also includes a few strategically placed Velcro dots to help keep the pouch outlet from dangling (and hidden from sight) and also to keep the outlet flap out of the way when you empty your pouch.

Coloplast SenSura Click velcro closure
That white dot helps to keep the outlet from dangling.
Coloplast Sensura Click outlet flap velcro
Velcro tabs to keep your outlet flap out of the way and clean

Wide outlet opening

The Assura line of drainable pouches have a narrow outlet.

I found it difficult to empty and clean when compared with the SenSura line, which have a much wider opening.

With both liquid and thick output, I find the wide outlet easy to use and clean, especially with the strategically placed Velcro bits that keep the tail end of the outlet from flapping around.

Coloplast Sensura vs Assura outlet
Comparison between the SenSura click (background) and Assura outlet opening
Coloplast SenSura Click wide outlet
Easy to clean and easy to open


The filters on the Assura and SenSura line are disappointing for several reasons.

First, they don’t have any barrier to prevent liquids from clogging the filter (unlike the Hollister AF300 filters) and I tend to have a very ineffective filter in less than 24h after changing my pouch.

This leads to frequent pouch ballooning. This also means that you need to put a sticker over the filter on the outside of your pouch before taking a shower or going for a swim.

Coloplast SenSura Click Filter
What the filter looks like from the inside of the pouch

The next problem I found with the filter is that when it does become clogged and wet, it droops down, which looks sloppy and shows under clothing.

Because of the filter issues, I tend to go with unfiltered pouches and then use the Osto EZ-Vent.

Pouch material

Coloplast uses a skin toned fabric on their SenSura pouches.

The fabric is durable (much more than the Hollister New Image pouches) and dries in a moderate amount of time.

The fabric is fairly smooth (not as smooth as the SenSura Mio) and is fairly quiet.

Pouch Variants

Now that the common features have been covered, let me go over a few styles that I’ve used.

Keep in mind that Coloplast has many configurations that can accommodate any need, so check with your local dealer or visit the Coloplast website to find out what other options are available.

Coloplast SenSura Click #11125 & #11135 (drainable, opaque with and without a filter)

Either one of these can act as my “go to” pouch.  They aren’t perfect, but either can offer a consistent experience.  While I spent many of the first few months wearing the filtered version, I ended up going with filterless pouches.

Coloplast SenSura Click 11135 back closed
Coloplast SenSura Click #11135 (back)
Coloplast SenSura Click 11135 front closed
Coloplast SenSura Click #11135 (front)
Coloplast SenSura Click 11135 front open
Coloplast SenSura Click #11135 (front) with open outlet

Coloplast SenSura Click #10165 (closed ended, opaque, with filter)

Because I have an ileostomy, I don’t tend to wear this pouch often.  

It does come in very handy if you’re using pouch liners or if you’re a colostomate who replaces pouches less often.

Although it’s a closed pouch, it’s about the same size as the drainable, since the outlet on the drainable is concealed.

Coloplast SenSura closed ended vs drainable
Comparison of closed pouch (top) vs. drainable (background)

Coloplast SenSura Click #11185 (drainable, transparent, no filter)

I started using these pouches after I discovered pouch covers.  I’d recommend these pouches to anyone just coming out of surgery too, since it allows you to see what’s going on with your stoma. Because these have no filter, I also use the Osto EZ-Vents on them too.


At the time of this writing (Jan 2022), the SenSura Xpro wafer and SenSura Click pouches are available in a wide assortment of sizes and features.  

Here in Canada, the drainable pouch usually come packaged in 10’s, but your country may vary.  

Closed-ended pouches often come in packs of 30.  

I won’t list prices, since they will vary wildly depending on the style you get.

Coloplast’s products are available internationally, and you can request samples of just about any style available through their website or customer service line.

Pouches, all styles


  • Comfortable
  • Easy to clean
  • Fabric used in opaque pouch is durable
  • Quiet material
  • Locking coupling allows for extremely secure wear
  • Pouch can be rotated
  • Mechanical coupling is fairly easy to snap onto flange
  • Velcro outlet closure is among the best around
  • Outlet stays hidden thanks to a small Velcro


  • Ineffective filter (balloons easily)
  • Filter (when wet) causes the top of the pouch to droop
  • Lock is sometimes cumbersome and adds to the profile of the pouch
  • Fabric doesn’t dry as fast as the Mio pouches
  • Requires a filter sticker if around water

Xpro wafer (flat, custom cut)


  • Durable
  • Comfortable
  • Can get wet without problems
  • Stoma measuring guide isn’t made of paper and can be wiped clean and reused often
  • Cutting wafer is easy
  • Sticks well to skin, leaves no sticky residue when using adhesive remover spray


  • Harder plastic wafer can cut skin (use Opsite Flexifix tape on skin if this happens)
  • Wear time isn’t as long as I’d hope for

Recommended (both the pouch and wafer)

I’ve relied on the Coloplast SenSura Click line of ostomy products for at least a year following my surgery.  

It’s the system that I’ve come back to as my baseline and has proven reliable and comfortable in many situations.

If you wear or are considering wearing the Stealth Belt, I suggest looking into this product line.  If you’re looking for a tough, well-rounded wafer and pouching system, give the SenSura Click line a try.

For more information or to ask for samples, please visit

Question: Have you tried anything from the SenSura Click line? What’s your favorite?

7 thoughts on “Coloplast SenSura Xpro & Click Ostomy System – REVIEW (w/ video)”

  1. Great review. I tried this bag system, with the flat wafer, over the Christmas holidays and found it to be brilliant. I have had loads of problems with leaks, with many bags, but found the Xpro wafer sticks brilliantly to my skin with no irritation. It lasted 4 days with still no sign of leakage under the flange, which is a record for me. I also didn’t have any problem with it cutting into my skin. I used the filter bags and actually didn’t find any problems relating to the filter. I have also tried the Sensura Mio bags but was very allergic to that wafer, but preferred the actual bag. I have therefore just contacted Coloplast to ask if the Sensura Mio click bag is compatable with the Xpro wafer. I also sampled the one piece drainable Sensura bag and found it equally as good, with the wafer sticking brilliantly to my skin, with no irritation.

    • I’m glad to hear that, Wendy! I have a feeling that the wafer cutting skin has a lot to do with body shape, although I don’t find any product that does that other than these.

  2. I’m learning a lot date May 25th. Currently using Assura wafer but the rigid outer seal irritates my skin too. I’ll try the Xpro, as you mentioned and hope that helps. A question though is.. can you trim the rigid adhesive away and just use extensions of some sort? I’m going to get a belt for added assurance of security.
    Thank you in advance

  3. I’ve found the Assura Extended Wear wafer with the Sensura bags are the ideal combo. The Assura wafer works better contouring with you skin and lasts good while the Sensura bags are better for the reasons you mentioned in your post.

    • Yes, I find the Assura to be a good wafer, but with the skin problems I have with these Coloplast wafers (the irritation on the edges of the wafer), I found the Assura’s make the problem worse than the Xpro’s. If someone doesn’t have the same issue, then I’d recommend either the Assura or Xpro wafers.

      The bags are a totally different story!


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