1. Pasante Female Condoms (3 Pack)

      Average customer review 4 out of 5 stars22 reviews

      The World's first non-spermicidally lubricated, non-latex female condom. Boasting the new and improved FC2 design with 2 rings, they offer maximum protection against pregnancy and STIs. Made from skin-safe Nitrile for hypoallergenic pleasure.

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      1. Pasante Female Condoms (3 Pack)

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    1. Product Description

      The World's first non-spermicidally lubricated, non-latex female condom. Boasting the new and improved FC2 design with 2 rings, they offer maximum protection against pregnancy and STIs. Made from skin-safe Nitrile for hypoallergenic pleasure.

      Recommended by the NHS, these condoms ensure safe sex, without loss of sensation. Insert a condom up to one hour before sex to benefit from effective birth control, as well as protection from sexually transmitted diseases. Smooth, inert Nitrile provides comfortable wear, and transmits heat and sensation for maximum pleasure for both partners. Plus they're compatible with all lubricants, giving you the freedom to fully experiment during play.

      Key Features:

      • 3 pack of latex-free femidoms for protection against pregnancy and STIs
      • The World's only non-spermicidally lubricated non-latex condom
      • FC2 design features 2 rings for maximum protection
      • Skin-safe Nitrile is tasteless, odourless and hypoallergenic
      • Non-spermicidal and non-latex for the purest experience
      • Length: 170mm, Width: 80mm, Average Thickness: 50 microns
      • Ensures safe sex with satisfying sensations for both partners
      • Compatible with any lubricant
      • Includes full instructions for use
    1. How it measures up

      • Condom size: Regular
      • Condom thickness: 50 microns
      • Length: 6.69 inches
    2. How it feels

      • Her pleasure: Yes
      • Lubricated?: Yes, non-spermicidal
      • Material: Skin Safe Rubber
    3. What it costs

      • Pack size: 3

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    1. Customer Reviews

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      1. Pasante Female Condoms (3 Pack)
      2. Pasante Female Condoms (3 Pack)

        Only: £8.99

    1. A definate advantage over the male condom

      Reviewed: 20 September 2016 by Alicia4Ever, a Bisexual Single Female

      The female condom provides a good alternative to the male condom. It fact, I very much prefer them to the male condom. Admittedly they look kind of strange when inserted, and it may put some guys off.

      Essentially they are a very wide no latex condom: they have 2 rings, the first one is the roll at the very top which keeps them open when inserted, forming a circle of the condom, which lays flat on the outside of the vagina. The other ring is inside and is a loose “O” ring, which is used to insert the condom, by squeezing it into a flattened “U” shape, which you hold as you push the condom into the vagina.

      You then use fingers inside the condom to finish pushing it all the way in, the ring then springs open and helps to pull the condom into shape, and helps stop it coming out during use.

      They are pre - lubricated, but it’s most definitely best to put lots of lube inside them before having sex. One other point is to make sure the man is careful not to get carried away, and pull out and go back in down the outside of the condom. If you lube up the bit that remains outside you, this stops them sounding a bit scrunchy in use.

      But I find them better because:

      1) They can be inserted any time prior to starting sex. In fact, it recommends this in the instructions, to warm and soften it. But I have had no problems starting sex immediately.

      2) They can remain in place as long as you like, up until the guy cums. Great if you want to do other things, and then go back to PIV sex, such as anal, you can go back and forth between the two as often as you like, if you are safe to have unprotected anal, otherwise the condom used for anal needs to be removed as they can damage the female condom if friction occurs. They are super strong, so as long as you make sure he gets it in the right place there is no risk of infection. The condoms out ring is about 2.5 inches in diameter, so it's a fairly easy target to hit. I have never had any problems with this aspect.

      3) If your partner struggles with the male condom, because they slip off if he goes a bit soft, so you have to open a new one, and it kills the moment. Or because they reduce sensitivity to the point where he can't feel much, for the guy who takes a long time to cum, this make sex very difficult. With the female condom, provided you use plenty of extra lube, the man feels the wetness, which is missing with the male condom.

      4) If he goes a long time before cumming and this makes you sore, the female condom reduces direct friction for the woman; but you still get to feel him.

      5) They are oil-safe so you can go for body on body massage and then have sex with no worries of getting massage oil from your manhood into your partner. And you can use any of the anal lubes for anal sex and then go straight to vaginal sex, with no worries. In fact you can use any lube, even one man likes and you don’t, because it never goes inside you.

      6) You can take food sex to a whole new level, squirty aerosol cream, real chocolate sauce, etc make fun lubes. He can even share you with a mars bar that’s melting inside you. Now that is kinky, and fun licking it off him later.

      Yes they take a bit of practice to get them in. Just make sure they are not twisted inside you before you start. You may find it easier to let him fit them for you as it's a bit fiddly, and it's kind of a sexy thing to start with, sort of a bit of fingering play.

      Yes they are twice the price of the male condom, but if you end up using several male condoms, during a long and varied play session then they end up cheaper. Plus all the things you can get up to with them that you just can't do with the male condom.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Makes it less fiddly than male condoms, especially if you guy struggles with condoms.
      Cons
      I would be better if they were a bit softer feeling.
      Bottom line
      As close to feeling like unprotected sex if he hates condoms.
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    1. The best condom for me

      Reviewed: 01 August 2015 by eren_jaeger's_lover, a Bisexual Single Female

      This condom has absolutely revolutionised how I had sex with my boyfriend.

      Before, when he was wearing male condoms, he couldn't feel anything because he has a really tight foreskin and needs to feel it move. I got these to see if they made a difference and they have.

      And there's absolutely no loss of sensation for me either. Actually, we have a better time now that we use these. I fully recommend these condoms to anyone.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      No loss of sensation. Feels good for us both.
      Cons
      Bit tricky to insert at first. Needs practice.
      Bottom line
      Very good, once you get them in and lubed. :)
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    1. The answer to so many condom problems

      Reviewed: 04 June 2015 by anon25

      I love female condoms! You can put them in early so they don't spoil the mood like male condoms, and inserting them is so simple. They're latex-free, and because of this also have better heat transfer, so you feel more and feel closer too.

      A bit strange to wear but not uncomfortable, and they're great for guys who find the snug fit of condoms distracting or uncomfortable. Only downside is they're a bit noticeably rustly before penetration. After that, I've found you can't really notice it any more.

      To anyone who hasn't tried them, you should really give them a try. I guarantee they'll surprise you!

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Everything! It was almost like going unprotected!
      Cons
      A bit noisy before penetration, more expensive than condoms.
      Bottom line
      Would definitely recommend! Everyone should try at least once!
    3. Was this review helpful to you? Yes