Condoms, the most commonly used in our sex life, provide the most essential but very important security.
Choosing the right condom size not only provides better protection, but also makes sex more comfortable and pleasurable. If the condom is too small, it may be difficult to put on and may be too tight; conversely,
Condom Size Measurement
You can use a string or soft measure to wrap around the widest point of an erect penis (usually in the middle) and divide the circumference by 3.14 to get the diameter; then divide the circumference by 2 to get the width. Finally, map these values to the condom size chart below to find the condom size that best suits you.
Condom Size Chart
In addition to differences in style and size, condoms of different materials also vary in thickness and softness. There are 3 common condom materials: PI condoms, PU condoms and latex condoms.
Thickness: > 0.04
PI condoms are a latex alternative made of polyisoprene. They have high elasticity and durability like latex, but are thinner and have faster heat transfer, providing a usage experience closer to skin contact.
Thickness: 0.01 or 0.02
Polyurethane condoms are a type of contraceptive made from polyurethane material. Compared to latex and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) condoms, polyurethane condoms are thinner, softer, more durable, more suitable for wet environments, and more thermally conductive.