Condom types

Here you will find the most popular types of condoms available on that you can buy online. The range consists of everything from spermicidal condoms, to special shapes and textures, such as studded and ribbed condoms, or even flavoured or coloured condoms, which can enhance you and your partner's experience.

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There are many kinds of condoms with many differences that you can buy online, from the material used in them to the size of the condom, to whether or not they have spermicide, and that's before you even factor in the different textures, colours and flavours that are available. This guide will explain the characteristics of different kinds of condoms, and help you to understand which ones would suit and fit you best.

Spermicidal condoms
The decision whether or not to use a condom that contains spermicide is a personal and complex one. However, it’s worth noting that the spermicide used in condoms actually facilitates transmission of HIV. If you are HIV negative and you are sure your partner is as well, spermicidal condoms provide additional protection against unwanted pregnancy. If not, you might want to stay away from spermicidal condoms.

Condom sizes
Size differences are hard to discuss because they differ from brand to brand and even sometimes on the material used to manufacture them. These sizes vary in length and width of the condoms, so knowing your size is essential if you're looking for a specific fit. Some condoms are designed narrow to create a snugger fit as a way of enhancing the sensation, while others are designed to fit more loosely. This is largely a matter of personal preference.

Textured condoms
There are also an astonishing array of textures, flavours and styles of condoms, designed to enhance the pleasure of one or both partners. Textured condoms are, perhaps, the most commonly seen of this variety on online condom stores. They come with ribs or studs on either the outside of the condom, to add pleasure to the female, or on the inside, to add sensation for the male, or sometimes even both.

The specific design of texture or ribbing you choose when you buy condoms at depends on how you and your partner prefer to be stimulated, and if you’re not sure which one is right for you, trial and error is your best way to find out.

Flavoured condoms
Condoms also come in a variety of flavours, for those who want to enjoy a new taste while performing oral sex. Some of these flavours taste better than others, and different brands have different formulations, so finding out what kind of flavoured condom you like might take a while, but if you’re the kind of person who will like order flavoured condoms, it’s worth the time it takes to figure it out.

There are also condoms that have fun options, like glow-in-the-dark coating so your penis glows, which sounds like a lot of fun. There are also some that come with designs on them, or in various colours, to add an interesting variety to your sex life.

Choosing the right condom
Keep in mind that some condoms do not mix well with specific kinds of lubricants. For example, latex condoms can only be used with water or silicon-based lubricants, as oil based lubricants will damage the latex and reduce their efficiency.

With all these different types of condoms to choose from in the EU, it might seem overwhelming when you're trying to pick the one that best suits you. As stated previously, personal choice is the best factor in deciding what will work best for you, and the only way to really know is to try many different kinds and see which ones you like and what you don't like. Once you have determined which material is best for your situation - if you can use latex or if you need an alternative material, if you need to protect against STDs or just unwanted pregnancy - you can start to play with the options available on the European market to find some other interesting types of condoms that you may like to purchase online, and remember to check for shipping policies as these could vary depending on where you are buying the condoms from, but always rest assured that we at will ship your condoms within 1-3 business days no matter what, and give you free shipping on all orders that are over 49 € in total.


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A new trend is to produce condoms that have heating or cooling gels applied to either the inside of the condom, the outside of the condom, or both, which provides a different sensation during sex. Again, whether or not you find that arousing is a matter of personal preference, and trying it out is the best way to find out how you feel about it.

There’s one more thing to keep in mind about condoms with spermicide, and that is not to use them if you’re engaging in anal sex, because the spermicide can cause damage to the lining of the rectum, which is not something you want to experience.

Condom materials
Most condoms are traditionally made of latex, but that's not the only available option. For those who are allergic to latex, which is a surprisingly large segment of the population, there are also polyurethane condoms. These are the standard choice for those that have latex allergies or sensitivities.

However, there are other choices as well. A relatively new material used in condoms, called polyisoprene, is also a reasonable option for people who can't use latex condoms. Additionally, the oldest material used in condoms is lambskin, which can be used for those with latex allergies but it has a few downsides. Lambskin condoms, for example, do not protect against sexually transmitted diseases.

For those who only want to protect against pregnancy, lambskin condoms are also effective, however the pores in the material are too large to prevent viruses to spread, but not large enough to allow for sperm to get through.

There are also synthetic rubber condoms, but those are primarily female condoms. Condoms used by women have advantages and disadvantages. One advantage is that the woman can insert the condom up to eight hours before she has sex, which makes it easier to ensure that she’s protected if she’s not sure if her partner will use a condom. However, the pregnancy prevention rate for female condoms is lower than for male condoms. The risk of pregnancy with male condoms is 2 percent, compared to 5 percent for female condoms.

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