1. Trojan Supra Non Latex Polyethylene Condoms (6 Pack)

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      The first polyurethane (non latex in English) condom with a non-spermicidal silicone based lubricant. Ultra-thin and ultra-strong, Trojan Supra is made from medical-grade Microsheer which has no taste or smell.

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      1. Trojan Supra Non Latex Polyethylene Condoms (6 Pack)

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    1. Product Description

      The first polyurethane (non latex in English) condom with a non-spermicidal silicone based lubricant. Ultra-thin and ultra-strong, Trojan Supra is made from medical-grade Microsheer which has no taste or smell.

      Made from premium quality polyurethane, each condom is electronically tested to help ensure reliability. Triple Trojan Tested for your peace of mind.

      Imported from the USA. Trojan has been the best-selling condom in the USA for 80 years.

      Length: 200mm, Width: 60mm, Thickness: 0.04mm

    1. How it measures up

      • Condom size: Regular
    2. How it feels

      • Sensitive: Yes
      • Strong: Yes
    3. What it costs

      • Pack size: 6

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    Trojan Supra Non Latex Polyethylene Condoms (6 Pack) 10 out of 10 10 out of 10 (3 reviews) Write your own review

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    1. At last a good fit

      Reviewed: 30 March 2013 by Kinkydink

      I've found other brands to be a bit restrictive, some to the point of pain. These however are generous enough to not cause any problems. Plus they really do seem thinner and less noticeable when you are wearing them.

      The heat transfer really is very good, my partner commented that she felt less like I was 'bagged up'.

      Being latex free, my partner also didn't have to worry about any discomfort due to allergy - which was a bonus.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10
      Ease of Putting On:
      10 out of 10
      Comfort & Fit:
      10 out of 10
      Sensitivity:
      9 out of 10
      Stimulation:
      10 out of 10
      Pros
      Thin, generous size, heat transfer.
      Cons
      That you can't get large economy boxes of a thousand lol.
      Bottom line
      My personal favourite make.
    3. 1 person found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    1. Best Latex free I've found!!

      Reviewed: 11 December 2007 by sixtrees

      These look good, they are very see through so you don't see it as much and are very thin. You can use oils as well as lube with them.

      They are a better price than Durex and you get one more in the box too.

      Did find an odd one in the pack though that was really tight.

      Best of all they do not make my bits swell up and burn so Big Thumbs Up form us!

    2. Overall Rating:
      9 out of 10
      Ease of Putting On:
      8 out of 10
      Comfort & Fit:
      9 out of 10
      Sensitivity:
      9 out of 10
      Stimulation:
      8 out of 10
      Pros
      Good price for latex free, no burning!
      Cons
      Only 6 in a pack so still more expensive than latex.
      Bottom line
      If you have a Latex allergy then these are the ones to go with.
    3. Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    1. Clearly Better

      Reviewed: 15 September 2006 by Private Debora Cheri

      These are transparent which made his penis look even more attractive, tanned and glistening. His cock was squeezed in so tight it looked about to burst which was also visually stimulating (especially as, reassuringly, it does not feel at risk of bursting). They feel different to latex not rubbery or powdery but warm and pleasant.

      These do not smell or taste unpleasant and because they are latex free you can coat them in anything. I tried hazelnut oil which worked well and tastes more pleasant than KY. On another occasion I used Baileys as flavouring, delicious. Neither tasted unpleasant used with the condom or the spermicidal lubricant nor did they make these condoms less effective. (The packaging warns the risks of pregnancy and STDs are unknown for this condom. A study is being done. However organisms as small as sperm and viruses cannot pass through Microsheer polyurethane.)

      These condoms were difficult to unroll because like other latex free condoms they are not terribly stretchy widthways. Once he had somewhat lost his erection he managed to squeeze into it, although he was uncomfortable.

      A success of sorts; this was the first non-latex condom almost large enough for us to use.

    2. Overall Rating:
      7 out of 10
      Ease of Putting On:
      3 out of 10
      Comfort & Fit:
      2 out of 10
      Sensitivity:
      9 out of 10
      Stimulation:
      7 out of 10
      Pros
      Bigger and more elastic than other latex free condoms.
      Cons
      The price and you can’t just buy them anywhere when the mood takes you.
      Bottom line
      Fantastic a genuine alternative to latex, but still not quite big enough.
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