Our site lists something different than the Ultra-ENZ Comfort, but we no longer carry that condom and it seems Trojan has stopped putting it in their packs. We’re currently working with IT to reflect that.
I just want to say that I really love the box for this pack. Not only does it have images on the back of each condom’s style, but it lists the differences between them. Which makes my job a little bit easier. Thanks, Trojan!
Ultra Thin wins the Most Condoms In This Box award at a whopping four condoms. These are the ones in the teal wrapper. Now, while searching for an exact thickness of these suckers, I was unable to find any exact and reliable measurements, however, the Trojan site reassured me that they are 25% thinner than the average latex condom. They are wider and shorter than the Thintensity condoms below, at 8″ (203.2 mm) x 2″ (50.8 mm). It’s not a very significant difference, but if you find the Thintensity to be uncomfortable (as my partner did), the Ultra Thin might be a better bet.
Her Pleasure Ecstasy
There are two Her Pleasure Ecstasy condoms in this box. Now, these condoms are especially good for uncircumcised men, seeing as they have that wide, bulbed top. One thing I don’t really get though, is that the ribs on this condom are way down at the base. As someone who doesn’t really care about ribs, if I were going to feel them, they wouldn’t be at the base. So the Her Pleasure? Nah, not really. But that didn’t take away from our enjoyment of this condom.
This box came with only two Ultra-ENZ Comfort condoms. ENZ is sort of the mainstream Trojan product– average length, width, and thickness. But with the Ultra-ENZ Comfort, they decided to up the comfort level by giving this condom the wider, bulb-shaped head (and still keeping that lovely reservoir tip). My partner is not a big fan of the normal Trojan ENZ. He finds them to be too restrictive, but the wider head (which is particularly comfortable for uncircumcised penises) made this condom much more comfortable for him. This particular ENZ sits at 8.25″ (209.55 mm) x 2″ (50.8 mm).
The Trojan Sensitivity Pack comes with a grand total of two Thintensity condoms. Before my partner and I discovered the joy of the Trojan NaturaLamb, this was our go-to prophylactic. In fact, if I remember correctly, it’s the first condom we ever used together. It’s also the first, and only condom I’ve ever had break on me.
I tried not to let that discolor my opinion during this review. After all, we returned to those condoms even after the breakage (which was probably due to a wrong size) because they do feel pretty spectacular. They differ from the Ultra Thin because of a slight, small, bulbed head (whereas the Ultra-Thin is more traditionally shaped). As far as their exact thickness, the Trojan website lists them as, “over 25% thinner than the average latex condom.” Which, you may recall, is also what the Trojan Ultra Thin says. So.
The Thintensity is longer and thinner than the Ultra Thin at 8.5″ (215.9 mm) x 1.3″ (49.21 mm).
The Trojan Sensitivity Pack offers a great range of Trojan’s thinner condoms. If you’re not certain which ones you’ll like, the pack is a good way to test them all out, but in all honesty, they’re all very similar, so I can’t imagine buying it more than once before settling on one you really like. At $9.99, you couldn’t really ask for a better way to sample these four condoms.