My.Size Condoms Review – The Widest Condom You Can Buy

my_size_condoms_69_mmIf you’re like me – a guy with larger than average penis girth – then you know how frustrating it can be to find a condom wide enough to fit comfortably. Well, I’ve got great news for you guys, and that is My.Size Condoms in widths of up to 69mm can be purchased online from sellers at Amazon.

Why can’t you just buy them at your nearest Walgreen’s you ask? Sadly if you live in the US that is impossible, and it’s all due to the misguided policies of the FDA. Would you believe that they actually impose a maximum size restriction on the width of condoms that can be sold at stores in the US? It’s supposedly in the name of safety – something to do with the standard testing equipment that they employ – but it ends up being very size discriminatory. The maximum width allowed is not really all that big anyways. It might be too small for up to 10% of the population.

A condom is an item used for protection, but it is also something that you wear on a part of your body. Imagine for a second what it would be like if similar size restrictions were placed on clothing items that we wear on other body parts. What if size 10 was the largest shoe size made? Would you expect NBA players to all fit into size 10 shoes? Even if they had some type of rubbery size 10 shoe that could stretch over their feet – can you imagine them performing well on the basketball court being forced to wear such a thing?

That is exactly the situation that men with large penis girths are forced into when they have no choice but to don so-called “extra large condoms” that, at a width of 56mm, may be 20% smaller than they actually need.

It is common for many people – especially some women – to dismiss the concerns of guys who claim that the condoms available to them are too small. They’ll say these men are just looking for an excuse to go bareback or that they’re exaggerating the size of their member as a boast. But can you imagine the uproar if women found themselves in a similar situation? What if we restricted bra sizes to A and B-cup? If you have DD breasts, well that’s too bad – you can wear the size “large” (otherwise known as a B-cup). Good luck with that one!

If you need a condom with a larger circumference than the ones available on American store shelves, then you already know all about it. You know how uncomfortable it can be to have the ring at the condom’s base cutting off the circulation to your manhood. You know how it digs into your skin and leaves a painful compression mark that’s still visible half an hour after intercourse. You know how easy it is to lose an erection while squeezed into a rubber that is 3 or 4 sizes smaller than you really need. You know how difficult it can be just to roll the thing all the way down in the first place. The performance anxiety you have acquired from wearing ill-fitting condoms your whole life may even be strong enough to cause you to engage in unnecessarily risky behavior, like not using any protection at all.

You know that’s not a good idea!

If this sounds like you, then you’ll be much relieved to hear that you’ve finally got an answer. It may not be available at the nearest drugstore, but you can have it delivered right to your door, which is actually even better.

My.Size condoms are made in Germany where, thankfully, they don’t have such ridiculous size restrictions on condoms imposed by the government. This review is mostly focused on the larger sizes that are available, but this brand actually comes in 7 different sizes altogether:


Since there are already lots of other condom options available in the lower size ranges, let’s look just at the largest few My.Size Condoms. The largest, with a nominal width of 69mm would fit a person who has a penis circumference of 14-15cm, or roughly 5.5-5.9 inches. If that happens to be you, then you’ve been having to make do with condoms that are are least 20% too small–even with Trojan Magnums.

You won’t believe how refreshing it is to finally be able to wear a condom that fits right. Instead of it being an incredible chore to roll it all the way down to the base of your shaft, the My.Size Condom will go on with ease. Removing it, too, is not the painful procedure that you’re used to.

Your partner will be much happier as well because you’ll never again have the problem of a too-tiny condom squeezing the life out of your erection. With confidence, you’ll be able to perform at your best level.

You’ll avoid the agony of experiencing a burning STD infection because–with a condom that fits at hand–you won’t be tempted to skip wearing protection.

These, of course, are latex condoms, and so they do come with a normal latex smell and taste. If you’re in the habit of wearing condoms for oral sex, then you may find that the taste of the My.Size Condoms is too unpleasant. But for regular intercourse, on the other hand, you’re good to go.

The other minor drawback is that My.Size Condoms are only available in the US by purchasing them online from sellers outside the country. To make up for this inconvenience, it’s probably a good idea to order several packs at a time to make sure you don’t run out quickly. Even if you haven’t been having so many sexual encounters as of late, you may find that you have an urge to pick up the pace once you’ve got your sword sheathed in suitable gear.

I wholeheartedly recommend that you give one of the larger My.Size Condoms a try if you’ve been unhappy and disappointed by the selection of condoms available up to now. If you find that the 69mm version is actually a bit too big (what a lovely disappointment that would be!), then try the 64mm ones out for size.

Review of Sagami Original 002 Large Non-Latex Condoms

sagami_original_large_size_condomsI really wanted to like the Sagami Original 002 Large-sized Non-latex Condoms. They sounded very promising for a number of reasons. First of all, they are not made from latex. Instead, they are made from polyurethane. Secondly, they have a nominal width of 58mm, which is about the largest your going to find. Thirdly, Japanese companies are well-known for producing top notch products. If they can engineer some of the best cars and stereos, why not a better condom? And finally, they have kind of cool packaging. But ultimately I was disappointed due to their size constraint. Guys with average girth might really like them though.

First of all, on the plus side polyurethane is a very promising material for condom making. It is more durable than latex even though it is far more thin. As the name suggests, the Sagami 002 are just 0.02 mm thick. To put that into perspective, it is thinner than the width of a human hair.

Polyurethane conducts heat much better than latex too—so well that many other people who have tried polyurethane condoms have described it as feeling like they had nothing on.

Polyurethane also doesn’t have that funky latex smell, and people with latex allergies will obviously be interested in trying out polyurethane instead.

Now for the negative: Polyurethane is far less elastic than latex. This won’t be a problem for everyone though. It all depends on what size you are. More specifically, if the polyurethane condom is adequate circumference for your girth, than you’ll probably find them very comfortable.

However, if they are not of a large enough circumference, you may find it very hard to slip the condom on at all because the ring at the base doesn’t stretch out much at all.

The Sagami 002 Large Size has a nominal width of 58mm. This means the circumference would be twice that, or 116mm. If you want to convert that into inches, you get 4.56 inches in circumference. Now, keep in mind that the ring at the base of the Sagami non-latex condom is not going to stretch much at all. This means that guys with a penis girth of 5 or 5.5 inches may find these uncomfortable. If, on the other hand, you have a girth in the range of 4.5-4.75 inches, you will probably find the Sagami 002 Large to be a perfect fit.

For those of you who are on the wide side, I can’t really recommend a polyurethane condom until they are able to produce one that is in the range of 65-70mm just for the simple reason that they don’t really stretch out at all. If you fall into the category of 5 inches circumference and up, you’re probably better off with a relatively large sized latex condom such as Trojan Magnum XL just because it at least can stretch out to accommodate you even if it’s gonna be a snug fit.