Condoms are provided by the women and the clubs at no additional cost to the customer.
While the condoms provided are good quality and from well known German brands, we recommend bringing your own high-end brands. Ultra thin and sized right, a condom can make all the difference between a good time and a great time.
WHERE TO BUY?
Condoms can be ordered online via Ebay, Amazon and retailers that are delivered to your door in discreet packaging.
Finding the Perfect Condom Size in Three Fast Steps
WHICH ARE RECOMMENDED?
Okamoto Condoms NUMBER ONE IN JAPAN, which also produces Beyond Seven Condoms 004 Zero and Crown Condoms.
Among the best we’ve encountered are Kimono Premium Condoms.
Trojan Brand Condoms are America’s best selling.
TYPES OF MATERIALS
Condoms may look similar, but they’re not all made the same. Materials condoms are made from vary greatly. Technology and research by manufacturers have changed the industry and standards.
For an idea of types and more details, here’s a short description of the three common materials used:
Did you know, there are condoms made from the intestines of lambs? As a matter of fact, this was the first condom known to man. Lambskin is still popular as a condom material because it transmits warmth and feels natural. It’s the closest you can get to that “feels like you’re not wearing anything” condom. Take note, this material is not effective against sexually transmitted infections, making it the least popular material.
The most common condom material is latex. It’s what most manufacturers use because it’s cheap and very strong. Latex can be made very thin and stretched really hard without breaking. The durability and elasticity of latex are why it’s the best material for making condoms. Take note, some people are allergic to latex, which is why different materials are used.
Polyurethane is the second most popular condom material, close to latex in ranking. It’s currently the best alternative to latex. Polyurethane is a synthetic latex. It’s created in a laboratory setting to yield the same natural properties of latex but without the proteins that cause allergic reactions. You’re getting the same latex protection without possible allergic reactions. When it comes to cost, polyurethane tends to be more expensive.
MORE INFO ON WHICH ARE BEST
Consumer Reports Testing
Men’s Health Magazine 4 Best Feeling Condoms
Women’s Health Wrap His Package
Ask Men Choose the Best Condom
Inspired by Japan’s delicately-thin Sakura petals, they managed to create the thinnest condom yet.
At half the thickness of normal latex condoms, their polyurethane condoms are so thin you might not even realize it’s on. What’s more, they transmit heat better than regular latex condoms and that makes everything feel more natural. But being thin doesn’t make it any less safe.
Every batch is meticulously tested to ensure they meet all quality control laws. So, you feel all the pleasure without the worry.