A new twist on large condoms

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by Donk, Apr 8, 2006.

  1. Donk

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    Well, here's an interesting new product I came across--the Magnum Twister: http://www.condomania.com/prodinfo.asp?number=C-MAGTW

    This is something of a breakthrough (no pun intended) for us guys who take a larger-than-standard condom size. The first larger size condom in a special, made-for-pleasure shape. (Yeah, I know Magnums aren't all that big, but, hey, it's a start. Maybe They-Fit will eventually come out with some exciting shapes.)
     
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    It looks like it's trying to mimic the motion of the foreskin for those of us who don't have one.

    It is nice to see the large head area, though.
     
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    Looks more like something to make your partner spin round on the end of your dick:wink:
     
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    I've tried the twister and it is a nice sensation but still not as wonderful as no condom at all. The extra friction is probably intended to be similar to foreskin sliding over the glans, as Pecker stated. My wife feels more sensations too and likes them because of that.

    Unfortunately, I'd say they would not fit well on larger than average girth guys. I'm in the average range girth (5.25") and I find them snug on the shaft, comfy around the head.

    There is an interesting series of lawsuits between the condom corporations and the inventor who has moved from company to company developing improved designs that he claims as unique patents. Others who own the older design patents are suing for infringement.

    Part of his motive in improving the design for pleasure was to get more users to use condoms. The sad irony is that they are more expensive, putting them out of reach for those in poorer economic regions where the rate of HIV infection is high. Resistance to condoms is often in part due to the discomfort in wearing them, and a more pleasurable product might encourage their use, thereby improving public health. But Money and Profits always come first.
     
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    A drop of lube inside the tip of the condom will help reduce the friction and make it seem more like skin-to-skin.
     
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    Thanks Pecker, for the great tip. Lube does make one's penis inside condoms feel better.
     
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