1. Durex Avanti Non-Latex Condoms (5 Pack)

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      1. Durex Avanti Non-Latex Condoms (5 Pack)

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    1. Product Description

      The world's most natural feeling non-latex condom. Thinner than regular latex condoms for a really natural feeling, the Durex Avanti is the world's first male polyurethane condom.

      Non allergenic.

      Non-spermicidal lubricant.

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    1. Customer Reviews

      Durex Avanti Non-Latex Condoms (5 Pack) 6 3 out of 5 stars 3 out of 5

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      1. Durex Avanti Non-Latex Condoms (5 Pack)
      2. Durex Avanti Non-Latex Condoms (5 Pack)

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    1. Fabulous

      Reviewed: 03 March 2006 by Rocket Squad

      A condom with a twist. This is WAY thinner than latex and transmits heat really well. A fabulous option for those of us with latex sensitivities. It actually protects better against STDs too and does not break as easily as latex!

    2. Overall Rating
      9 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Ultra thin (you can hardly tell you are using a condom)
      Cons
      The price! Definetly hard to swallow considering you are getting so few (I would rather pay more and get more).
      Bottom line
      Great product but the price can be a barrier ;)
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    1. He loves them

      Reviewed: 10 October 2007 by Miss Kitty, a Bisexual Married Female

      Every condom my husband has ever used he has said the same thing about, "they're just condoms, all the same and never great" BUT this time he turned to me after and said "They aren't bad! The first ones I've used that I really don't mind."

      So they are a big hit with him, the heat transfer or the different material... who knows why exactly but they felt better for him than latex. For me? Well, I tend to put them on him as part of foreplay, these are more difficult! Less stretch and seemed to just slip out of my grip. I'm sure I could get used to it with practice though.

      For me the feeling wasn't as improved as for my hubby, but far from the worst I have tried, and after getting going I forgot about it anyway. Taking it off was a bit harder than latex as well but I guess that means it is unlikely to slip during sex.

      Overall we had great sex using this type and I would certainly get some again if only because they are nicer for him.

    2. Overall Rating
      8 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Feels better for him
      Cons
      Harder to put on
      Bottom line
      Different from latex and for him, better
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    1. Thank God no more burning!

      Reviewed: 18 July 2006 by sixtrees

      BF liked them cos they are thin and you can feel more. i liked them cos i didn't have to sit in cold water for a week after having sex.

      They are quite expensive though and the biggest pack size is 5 so you can end up paying the same amount as you would do for a pack of 18 regular condoms.

    2. Overall Rating
      7 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      No burning, nice and thin, available in Supermarkets
      Cons
      Expensive, not very many in a pack.
      Bottom line
      It works, no burning bits!
    3. 1 person found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes