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Annual World's Best Condoms List


Source: CondomDepot.com
Published: 2014-12-04 - Updated: 2016-01-30
Summary: CondomDepot.com announces the winners of its 15th Anniversary Worlds Best Condom Awards.


After a year of compiling data and usage metrics from customer reviews and independent, non-compensated condom testers, this year's list has come with some surprises.

"This year, we have found the most important characteristic is condom comfort. Not feeling the condom was more important than the actual reliability of the condom," remarked CondomDepot.com's President, John Fidi. "The 2015 list is heavily weighted on overall comfort. I believe if a customer is happy with the feel of the condom, they will choose to use contraception more often."

CondomDepot.com is a full-line distributor that carries every major FDA-approved condom brand. Due to this objectivity, the annual World's Best Condom List results are unbiased and not profit-based. This impartial data was collected to determine which condoms received great reviews across the board and which ones missed the mark.

This year's statistics suggest finding the best feeling condom encourages condom use, whereas one bad condom experience can discourage those at risk from using protection consistently.

Factors determining condom usage rates:

These five important condom characteristics can dictate how likely a person is to use condoms on a regular basis.

Without being able to find a barrier that feels natural, people may choose to put themselves and/or their partner at risk for unwanted pregnancies and the transmission of STDs and STIs, by foregoing condoms completely.

The wide variety of widths, lengths, fits, shapes, latex materials, lubricants, and textures in this year's World's Best Condom List ensures the utmost comfort, stimulation, and safety for both partners. This diverse assortment of condoms allows customers to experiment with the best of the best, to determine which condoms are most suited to their particular needs, thereby creating a safer way to be intimate in 2015.

CondomDepot.com has been the nation's premier online condom distributor and retailer since 1996. For eighteen years, they have focused on bringing only the highest quality safer sex products to the consumer's attention.

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