Sensi-thin 12 pack - male condom by Durex - review by ViVix

Sensi-thin 12 pack

Male condom by Durex

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Thinner Isn't Always Better

Get a thin condom with some kind of added bonus to it. A thin condom alone doesn't make protected sex comparable to how unprotected sex feels.
Doesn't lose shape for long-lasting sex
Too Simple
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
I have used every brand of condom known to man and I like to switch around a lot. This condom was one I was actually sent a sample of, so I have no idea how it does in terms of price. The Durex sensi-thin condom is the thinnest from Durex. However it also seems smaller, especially girth-wise. I have had breakouts with certain condoms that offer all the special effects but these are simple and offer no bad side effects, unless of course, you're allergic to latex!

The partner I have used these with in the past says he's glad he never seemed to have a problem with breaking, even during rigorous sex, and trust me when I say there's bending and position-changing and all of that. Some condoms seem to lose shape when all of this goes on, but the Durex are kind of small to begin with, so you don't really have any of that.

I guess it smells like any other kind of rubber, and if you get too wet, it can make that annoying squelching sound. That's no different than any other condom really. I just wish that a condom could be scent-less or at least have a mild scent versus the flavored ones.

Overall, I wouldn't recommend this thin condom over any other thin condom, especially Trojan, which seems to be the tried and true brand. It actually gets a lower rating than most based on the size weirdness. Besides, anyone who wants a little extra from their condoms is going to find that this condom is way too simple. After all, we all know condom-less sex feels completely different from having sex with a condom. Therefore, a condom has to be more than just thin in order to make the sex just as good.
Follow-up commentary
The sensi-thins really aren't anything special. There are so many better alternatives out there, even within the same brand name, like the Durex extra sensitive (still a latex condom). At the same time, nothing is so annoying about these condoms that I wouldn't use them. They still haven't broken after some relentless sexing. Haha! Plus, most of the latex condoms have a scent to them.

Off this site, if I could point out one thing, I'd say the sensi-thins are losing in the competition on Amazon too. The Avanti Bare from Durex as well as the Pleasure Pack are rated higher.
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Sex
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Genitals
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    Thanks to everyone! Condoms seem to be a hard review since they aren't really multi-functional!
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