Thickness 18 microns (Sagami's verification standard)
Transparent and colorless
Japanese scientists have developed the world's thinnest condom, only 0.01 mm thick, which is 0.05 mm thinner than the width of a human hair.
A researcher from Japan's Sagami Rubber Industry pointed out that it took more than ten years to research ultra-light polyurethane materials to make this world's thinnest condom, and more than 20,000 condom stress tests were performed to ensure that the product can be used safely.
Researchers are now working on thinner condoms. "As long as the market needs thinner condoms, we will continue to study condoms with a thickness of 0.008 mm and 0.009 mm."
Sagami has always been a pioneer in contraceptive technology. In addition to being the first to develop colored condoms, he also manufactured condoms with a thickness of 0.02 mm in 2005, which is 0.04 mm thinner than the thinnest condom made in the United States.
-Not made of latex, but made of polyurethane material with better biocompatibility
-No latex smell
-Excellent thermal conductivity, instantly transmitting the warmth of the skin
-The surface is extremely smooth, with a natural feel
-Extremely transparent, visually extremely natural
-Suitable for people who are sensitive to natural latex
Japanese medical device license number: 14500BZZ00151000
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