WINGMAN CONDOMS (12 PIECES)
15 EUR / In stock.
Because we at Velv'Or believe playing it safe is crucial during a SWOD - Sex Workout of the Day.
Our friends at Wingman Condoms created their product to give you less hassle while putting their condom on!
All products off course!! Just mind to EnRing yourself with a BeauGosse BG 001 or JBoa after putting the condom on!
Some words by Wingman Condoms about their condoms.
You want to have safe sex, but without the unnecessary distractions. And when wearing a condom, you want to know you’re being protected. We’ve all been there:
* A less natural feel
* A rip that makes the whole thing useless
Condoms have been extensively tested and proven safe, but their effectiveness ultimately depends on how you use them. And let’s be honest, who has time to read the fine print in the heat of the moment?
You know how it goes: after a night of flirting the big moment finally arrives. The candles are lit. The music is on. Things are going great and you’re feeling relaxed and in the mood. Until the condom comes out and you’re forced to let go of your partner and switch on the lights…
* The Wingman can be applied in one easy motion, in two seconds flat
* The W logo on the wings makes it easy to apply, even in the dark
* The Wingman can be applied with one hand, which leaves the other one free for more important things
Let’s be honest: sex without a condom is always better. A condom feels less natural and leaves that rubbery smell on your fingers, which is far from sexy (given you’re still in the mood after putting it on, that is ;-)).
But a condom is the only effective way to protect yourself against STIs and unwanted pregnancies. All the more reason to make using one as pleasant as possible. The Wingman is an ultrathin, supple and odourless condom with a natural feel. It’s almost without…
The applicator wings mean no hands-on contact. This not only makes the Wingman safer to use, it allowed us to make the condom itself thinner and lower the risk of rips and tears at the same time.
Did you know that ordinary condoms have a 15% failure rate? Product defects account for only 2%, leaving a staggering 13% that is caused by user errors. While condoms have certainly become safer thanks to strict product regulation, their effectiveness depends entirely on how you use them. It’s literally in your hands! And who has time to read the fine print in the heat of the moment?
First you have to check whether the roll is on the outside. It’s hard enough to tell top from bottom when the lights are on, let alone in the romantic candlelight vibe you have created for the occasion. Next you have to use one hand to squeeze the air from the tip and the other to roll down the condom while making sure you don’t snag it with your nails, jewellery or piercings. This is no easy feat; it’s like snapping on a pair of latex gloves before getting busy. If you don’t follow these steps, the condom might have air in the tip, making it more prone to rips and tears at le moment suprême. If applied inside out before being flipped over and used, it may also contain some pre-ejaculate – the number one cause of STI transmission as a result of faulty condom use.
Recent American research (Sanders et al, 2011) found that, despite proper use, traditional condoms do not protect against STIs and unwanted pregnancies in 2% of all cases. The reality is that things go wrong 15% of the time. This means that incorrect condom use provides insufficient protection in 13% of cases! With the exception of sex education and package instructions, no condom brand encourages user safety by improving the product itself. The Wingman, on the other hand, was designed to prevent common user errors:
Not squeezing the air from the tip (45%*): Air in the tip increases the risk of rips and tears. With a Wingman, there’s no need to squeeze the air from the tip thanks to its air-tight design (the air was extracted during the assembly process). When you unroll a Wingman, you are guaranteed an air-tight fit.
Contact with hands, nails or other sharp objects (5%*): Pre-ejaculate on the outside of the condom can lead to STIs and unwanted pregnancies. With regular condoms, it’s hard to tell top from bottom. With a Wingman, however, you can see and feel which way is up thanks to the W logo on the wings. This is the only way it can be applied.
Putting it on inside out and flipping it over to use (11%*): This can damage the condom and lead to breakage. When using a Wingman, you never touch the condom itself.