Custom-Fit Condoms Made For Guys Who Are 'Too Big'

Postado Outubro 16, 2017

There have been many who have debunked this, such as singer Zara Larsson who posted a photo on Instagram of her stretching a condom over her foot to her knee.

To account for variability, ONE Condoms offers 60 different dimensions, from 4.9 to 9.4 inches in length and from 3.5 to 5.0 inches in width.

The Food and Drug Administration classifies condoms as Class II medical devices, which is the most common class and includes items such as some pregnancy tests and powered wheelchairs.

Davin Wedel, president of ONE Condoms, explained: 'You might be able to squeeze your large hands into a size-small glove, but that doesn't mean it will be comfortable to wear. However, this recently changed, as studies have found the average erect penis to be more than an inch shorter. For years, the agency required the standard condom to be a minimum of 6.69 inches long.

Her researched skewers the idea that there is a one-size-fit-all solution to penis length: of the 1661 men that she surveyed, a whopping 83% were inadequately endowed to fill the condom.

According to data collected by ONE Condoms, they found that the average condoms only fit 12 percent of men.

We're talking about condoms, and more specifically, how we blokes don't use them as much as might be sensible.

A recent American study discovered that the average man's erect penis stands at approximately 14cm long, a whole 3cm shorter than the standard condom benchmark that warrants a 17cm long shaft.

"MyONE has the potential to change people's perception of condoms and ultimately, reduce the number of unintended pregnancies and STI occurrences", Wedel, who founded the company in 1987, said.

'We want the world to know you shouldn't have to sacrifice comfort for safety when it comes to condoms.

To buy a bespoke condom, men need to measure themselves or go print of a measuring kit from the ONE website.

"If they bought a small condom before and it was still too big, it's terrible for men to have that experience", said Global Protection Corp. president and owners of myOne, Davin Wedel. "In fact, we're giving away 1 million condoms to help men find their fit".