1. Pasante Naturelle Condoms (12 Pack)

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      1. Pasante Naturelle Condoms (12 Pack)

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    1. Product Description

      Shaped for a natural feel. Shaped, teat ended condoms. Non-spermicidally lubricated and kite-marked for your pease of mind. No 1 brand of the NHS.

      Length 180mm, Width 53-66mm. Average thickness: 65 microns

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    Pasante Naturelle Condoms (12 Pack) 4 out of 10 4 out of 10 (4 reviews) Write your own review

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    1. Basic condoms

      Reviewed: 26 May 2010 by LadyJade, a Bisexual Going Steady Female

      I now get these free from my local walk-in centre.

      These are nothing to shout about. They do the job they're made to do, which is to stop you getting any STDs and an unwanted pregnancy.

      Like I said, a very basic fit. My boyfriend's OK; there are no complaints from him.

    2. Overall Rating:
      6 out of 10
      Ease of Putting On:
      6 out of 10
      Comfort & Fit:
      6 out of 10
      Sensitivity:
      5 out of 10
      Stimulation:
      5 out of 10
      Pros
      Free from the NHS.
      Cons
      Nothing.
      Bottom line
      Do the job.
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    1. Very basic..not really for me...

      Reviewed: 08 July 2007 by Night_KD, a Straight Going Steady Female

      I got these condoms free from my local pharmacy. Just shows how little money the NHS want to waste! They're not very comfortable, offer a lot of friction (in a bad way), too tight and don't smell that appealing.

      Firstly, these condoms are difficult to get on because of how tight they are. My boyfriend found them uncomfortable and difficult to get off afterwards. Personally I think they're just built to stop accidental pregnancies caused by misuse of condoms. They're very tight at the base, I presume to stop them slipping off, they're very thick and my boyfriend could barely feel anything..

      They're obviously very effective at doing this ^ if the NHS are giving them out as their bog-standard condoms with morning after pills etc. So for certain people these might be exactly what you're looking for.

      Anyway, unless you are worried about condoms slipping/bursting etc, I'd suggest spending your money on something else.

    2. Overall Rating:
      4 out of 10
      Ease of Putting On:
      5 out of 10
      Comfort & Fit:
      4 out of 10
      Sensitivity:
      3 out of 10
      Stimulation:
      3 out of 10
      Pros
      Tight to stop slipping, thick, helps prevent accidental pregnancy.
      Cons
      Tooooo tight, difficult to get on and off sometimes, thick, barely any feeling.
      Bottom line
      Could be just right for some people, but not for me.
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    1. You get what you pay for

      Reviewed: 03 August 2007 by silverfire2002

      Like many of you, I got these free when going to collect the contraceptive pill (seems a waste of time as the pill should stop the pregnancy). They were OK but definitely not as good as many, there was hardly any sensation due to the thickness and my boyfriend didn't like them much as they were tight.

    2. Overall Rating:
      3 out of 10
      Ease of Putting On:
      3 out of 10
      Comfort & Fit:
      2 out of 10
      Sensitivity:
      1 out of 10
      Stimulation:
      1 out of 10
      Pros
      Free, thick so good protection
      Cons
      Loss of sensation, Uncomfortable to put on
      Bottom line
      Not as good as many I've tried but you cant argue with the price.
    3. Was this review helpful to you? Yes