Durex Extra Thin Condoms

M.R.P: 245   Price: 218 11% off
10 pcs

Product Description:

Thinner for greater sensitivity, while maintaining the same level of protection.

Key Features
  • Extra thin condoms
  • Transparent and lubricated
  • Straight-walled and teat-ended
  • Ultra Thin Condoms - Super fine latex, sleeker feel - It's almost like you aren't wearing them!
  • Deep Pleasure - Designed for high intensity and deep connections.
  • Safety - Ensuring the highest levels of security and protection.
  • Comfort - Shaped with a teat end for ease of putting on, and for a better fit during sex.
How to Use
  • For single use only. Please read the leaflet for detailed instructions and more information.
Care Instructions
  • For optimal security the product should be placed in a cool, dry place away from sunlight.
Any Other Must-Know Information
  • Please read the leaflet in this pack. For single use only. No method of contraception can give you 100% protection against pregnancy, HIV or sexually transmitted infections.
About the Brand

Durex is a brand of condoms and personal lubricants owned by Reckitt Benckiser. It was initially developed in London under the purview of the London Rubber Company and British Latex Products Ltd, where it was manufactured between 1932 and 1994.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do condoms expire?

Durex condoms do have a shelf life. You can find the expiration date on the box as well as on each foil. Only use condoms that are within date.

2. Are condoms fragile? Do they end up breaking easily?

Condoms are made of latex, which is a strong and flexible material. So no, condoms are not fragile but are in fact, build for performance and are strong, stable and sturdy. Durex has adopted a rigorous quality control testing to ensure that both durability and strength.

3. Can condoms be reused?

No, once a condom is used it needs to be thrown away. A new condom needs to be used each time.

4. Can I use condoms and lubricants together?

Yes, using condoms and lubricants together is safe. Condoms are already lubricated, both from the inside as well as from the outside. So, using a lubricant with a condom simply adds to the smoothness of the process. In addition, it is recommended that you invest in a proper lubricant. Using home formulas such as petroleum jelly or baby oil weakens latex and its use should be avoided.


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