Review: Durex Orange

While not many people would aware that Durex do also produce flavored condoms, these condoms are only available outside of Malaysia perhaps due to the conservertive Malaysian Government.

In a black box they come in, some of the orange scent escape from the box when you opened it. Comes in a strip of 5, it was more than enough to give it a try.

Durex Orange

Upon breakage of the protective cover, the scent of tangy orange fills up the vacinity. While we had tried anal sex with the condom, but I think this kind of aesthetics condoms are meant for oral sex.

The taste of the orange flavored lubricant wasn’t too weird. None of us had any tummy ache, so I guess the condom was pretty safe for ‘consumption’. It is one of the condom that both me and my partner enjoy sucking. For those that likes to visit hot spots like Thailand, perhaps it is time to suit up with flavored condoms. At least it is more pleasant to your partner then the filthy latex smell.

However, if you plan to use this condom for intercourse, I would suggest otherwise. The mixture of the orange flavored lubricant and other bodily fluid might not be pleasant. The thickness of the condom is rather thick as well, making it not an ideal condom if you are looking for the real thing.

Feeling: 3
Lubrication/ease of application: 4
Aesthetics: 4
Total: 11

Price: USD4 for pack of 5


Feeling is how the condom felt. Did it feel like the real thing; not wearing at all.

Lubrication/ease of application refers to how well was it lubricated. Was extra lubricant needed to get things on the go. Was application easy? Was it too tight? Too loose? For the norm, we use the ‘standard’ size.

Aesthetics refers to the overall look of the condom. Does it smell like a tire factory? Perhaps a glow in the dark condom?

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