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Remember no method of contraception works 100% against pregnancy, HIV or sexually transmitted infections. It’s good to be in the know, so read the info inside, especially if you are using condoms for anal or oral sex.
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Every Durex condom is electronically tested to ensure it's up to the job. A random sample of condoms is also taken from each batch for more rigorous quality tests. After measuring thickness and length, samples go through the air inflation test to check for burst strength and elasticity (typically a Durex condom can hold 40 liters of air without bursting). Water leak testing is also carried out. Sample condoms are filled with water - suspended for one minute and rolled on blotting paper which shows up any leakage. Approximately two million water tests are carried out every month in Durex factories. If the sample fails any of the tests, the whole batch is rejected!
No. The thickness of the condom doesn't necessarily correspond to safety. Please make sure to read the instruction manual.
Some Durex condoms are suitable for anal sex, please check the product instructions for further clarification. There are currently no specific standards for the manufacturing of condoms for anal sex. For anal sex in particular, application of additional water-based or silicone-based lubricants to the outside of the condom once donned is recommended to help reduce the risk of breakage or slippage of the condom. Remember to always read the instructions before use.
Durex flavoured condoms are intended primarily for vaginal sex. However, they are suitable for oral sex. We recommend if used in oral sex that a new condom be used for vaginal sex.
There has been no research into the performance of condoms when they are used in or underwater. The risk of slippage, for example, might increase when used in such circumstances.
Due to the length of time it takes to research product information, we only provide lot number information to law enforcement agencies. However, we can give you some general information. Durex foils and cartons are stamped with the lot number and expiration date as they come out of the manufacturing facility and are packaged for shipping. It usually takes about 90 days for shipments to reach our warehouse from where they are shipped to retailers for sale. The expiration date represents the length of time the product is able to perform as indicated on the labeling based on scientific stability data. Durex condoms normally have a shelf life of 5 years. Currently, the only exception is Durex Avanti Bare polyisoprene condom which has a three year shelf life. As an example, an expiration date of 2018-05 indicated that the condom was manufactured in May 2015 and was probably on retail shelves after August 2015.
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