- Dotted condoms for added stimulation: Durex Extra Dotted condoms have a distinct texture of raised dots, designed to increase stimulation for you and your partner.
- Easy-on shaped condoms that smell good and that it easier to put on and provide a better fit during sex.
- Transparent, natural latex condoms shaped with a teat end to be easier to put on and provide a better fit during sex.
- Safety - Each condom is electronically tested for imperfections, the special way we make condoms makes them smell better.
Total - 100 condoms
Maximize your pleasure with Durex Extra Dots condoms for men. These condoms have uniquely positioned raised dot texture designed to maximize stimulation for you and your partner.
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Usage : For single use only. If used properly, Durex condoms can help reduce the risk of transmission of HIV (AIDs) & many other sexual transmitted infections (STI). However no method of contraception can give you 100% protection against pregnancy, HIV or STI. The product should be placed in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight.
Product Name : Durex Extra Dots
Manufacturer : Reckitt Benckiser, Plot No. 48, Institutional Area, Sector 32, Gurugram, Haryana 122001
Country of Origin : India
Generic Name : Durex Extra Dots Condoms
Net quantity : 100 units
Shelf Life : 24 months
Retail Sales Price : Rs. 2170
Consumer Support :
Q : What is Dotted or Ribbed Condom?
A : Dotted or ribbed condoms have a distinct texture of dots or ribs to increase stimulation for both you and your partner.
Q : Does ribbed condoms feel better for women?
A : Textured condom does provide extra stimulation to her.
Q : Why should I use condoms while having sex?
A : Simply put, condoms are the most effective means of protecting yourself against both birth control as well as sexually transmitted diseases. That's why it is always recommended to use condoms - both from a safety as well as from a hygiene point of view.
Q : Are condoms 100% effective?
A : Condoms are the most effective means of avoiding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STIs) and practicing birth control. However, there is no surety that these will be 100% effective. A lot depends on the correct usage and the brand of the contraceptive. That is why it is always recommended choosing a reputed brand, and reading the instructions carefully.
Q : Is it recommended to use a condom for oral or anal sex? Or both?
A : If you want to be protected against Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), it is recommended you wear a condoms during all formats of sexual intercourse. Sexually transmitted infections, including HIV, syphilis, herpes, gonorrhoea, HPV, trichomoniasis, and chlamydia, can all be passed on during oral sex. Flavoured condoms are also available for those who do not particularly relish the tase of latex.
Q : Does using a condom reduce the pleasure associate with sex?
A : For most part, the answer is no. However, some people take some time to get used to using condoms during which they might experience a slight reduction in pleasure while engaging in sexual intercourse.
Q : Are condoms fragile? Do they end up breaking easily?
A : Condoms are made of latex, which is a strong and flexible material. So no, condoms are not fragile but are in fact, build for performance and are strong, stable and sturdy. Durex has adopted a rigorous quality control testing to ensure that both durability and strength.
Q : Can condoms be reused?
A : No, once a condom is used it needs to be thrown away. A new condom needs to be used each time you engage in intercourse.
Q : Can I use condoms and lubricants together?
A : Yes, using condoms and lubricants together is safe. Condoms are already lubricated, both from the inside as well as from the outside. So using a lubricant with a condom simply adds to the smoothness of the process. In addition, we recommend that you invest in a proper lubricant. Using home formulas such as petroleum jelly or baby oil weakens latex and its use should be avoided.