Sensi-thin 12 pack - male condom by Durex - review by ~LaUr3n~

Sensi-thin 12 pack

Male condom by Durex

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Sensi-Thin Not Much Less

Thinner than regular condoms, you'll appreciate that, but it's average for a "thin" condom. The thinner nature can add sensitivity and intimacy between partners if you are the correct size. The straight shaft shape isn't going to help larger guys. If you already know that most Durex condoms will work for you, this is a great choice. For those who like condoms of a natural shape, pass on this. The thinner size doesn't make up for the lack of shape if you are too large.
Thin, lower latex smell.
Not any thinner than other thin condoms, straight shape, small head width.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
For those who have larger members, it can sometimes be hard to find condoms. For those who are only slightly larger than average, XL condoms can sometimes be too big and end up baggie. Thankfully, with a thinner condom it allows for a bit more stretch and room for the in between individuals. For those looking for a thinner condom, this one is 20% thinner than average condoms, and Durex's thinnest yet.

Material: Latex
Head Width: 2.05"
Shaft Width: 2.05"
Base Width: 2.05"
Length: 7.76"
Thickness: 0.0019"
Lubrication: Water-Based
Color: Opaque
Availability: packs of 3 and 12 easily found
Company website: Durex

Compared to average condoms:
This condom is thinner than most condoms, but it isn't thinner than other thin condoms. Average condoms are .0027" thick. Sensi-thin is .0019" thick which is the thickness of most condoms that claim to be thin. Users should be able to tell that this condom is thinner. This is true even for larger guys because it can make a smaller condom work better by increasing sensitivity.

The length is about 7.76" which is better than the average condom which is normally 7.25"-7.5". Durex condoms are typically 7.5", so you might be surprised these are a bit longer. Although not much, it does make a difference for larger guys. The longer length makes it work for guys who are no more than about 7 1/4", if they are of average thickness. If not, this condom is not recommended for anyone above 6 3/4". The reservoir tip is normal shape and size. It should hold about 1 1/2 teaspoons of cum before it starts to creep into the rest of the condom.

Unfortunately, this condom has a straight unnatural shape. Seriously, why do they make condoms like this? The head is not any larger than the rest of the condom. In fact, it's smaller than the average head width of 2.125". This isn't much, but it allows for SOME shape. This condom has a head width of only 2.05". It may smother thick men. Without space here, the condom can feel like a plastic bag. It also prevents the receiver from feeling the natural shape of their partner's head. The width is best for more slender cocks.

The same goes for the shaft and base width. Average is 2", but this condom is only a little wider at 2.05". Having a base width that is smaller than the shaft helps keep condoms from sliding off. Thick guys will appreciate the base, but probably not the shaft. For an average girthed guy, this condom will be fine in the shaft, but they should be careful about the base sliding.

This condom is made of latex. Thankfully, Durex has improved their condoms so they don't stink up an entire room when you open them. There is an odor of latex, but it isn't very strong. This condom has water based lubricant that is normal for Durex condoms. It is silky, covers the whole condom, but won't last very long. It will probably still need to be reapplied.

They come in foil wrappers connected in a chain. Be careful when removing singles from the chain. The condoms rip open easily enough and the condom rolls decently, especially if you are not too large for the condom. These condoms now come in the redesigned vertical Durex box. Each condom has its own expiration date, a few years from when you purchase them.

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I expected Durex's thinnest condom to be thinner than their other thin condoms but it's not. Durex used to be my favorite condom brand, but that was when I was with a small guy. With my current boyfriend, most Durex condoms don't work for him because he requires large condoms. We have found that thin condoms can sometimes work for us. These weren't a disaster, but they aren't something we will buy on our own.
Follow-up commentary
We won't be using these condoms again on him, but will use the condoms on random toys. The shape and size is all wrong for my partner and not all that great for regular sized guys either.
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    • Can be worn during intercourse
    • Can be worn during masturbation
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    At least they're still good for the toys, right? Sorry these were such a bummer!
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