You might not have heard of the Durex Extra Sensitive. It’s not particularly well-known, and against Durex’s menu of prophylactic delights, it kind of blends into the background. There’s nothing super special about it. And yet, there’s a very good reason why this condom is in both our World’s Best Condom Tin and the Durex Sampler.
The LifeStyles Pleasure Shaped condom is one of our best hidden gems. It’s not one of the big name condoms, and it’s not really ever on anyone’s top condom list. But it’s an excellent prophylactic all the same due to its larger head.
Did I bequeath our customer’s favorite condom, the Crown Skinless Skin, with a bejeweled slew of compliments or did I discover, as the saying goes, uneasy lies the head that wears a crown?
Straight-fitting, latex LifeStyles THINZ Extreme condoms are advertised as being super sensitive, stretchy, natural feeling and as having a low latex odor and a long-lasting UltraGlide lubricant. Sounds great, right? But is this actually the case?
Raise your hand if you’ve felt personally victimized by Trojan brand‘s confusing condom names. When I was rewriting the product descriptions of all the Trojan condoms on CondomDepot.com, I dissolved into tears more times than I’m proud to admit. Everything is so similar, it can be real work telling them apart.
It seems like just a couple of months ago, we were reporting that Sagami Rubber Industries of Japan had introduced the world’s thinnest condom. But it seems their time in the spotlight was destined to be limited.
Sagami Rubber Industries Co., a Japanese condom company, announced last week that they have created the world’s thinnest condom.