Instruction for use


No contraceptive provides 100% protection against pregnancy or infections. However, condoms reduce the risk of transmission significantly. They offer the safest protection against AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. Condoms made of natural rubber latex are not stored indefinitely; so you pay attention to the expiration date on the foil packaging. People with latex allergies should consult their doctor or pharmacist before use of condoms. Condoms should be as cool, dry and protected from direct sunlight, stored. Each condom can only be used once. Condoms are intended solely for vaginal intercourse.



Use the condom before the first contact between the penis and vagina or at the beginning of sexual contact, otherwise it can not be excluded, the risk of premature sperm contact.
If a single package is obviously damaged, the condom should be discarded and a new one will be used in an undamaged package.

1. Please see the condom as carefully as possible from the film. Can easily open the foil seal on the Aufreißkerben. Caution with sharp Fingernäglen, teeth, rings, piercing or similar .. When opening, rolling over, and also while using condoms can be damaged by sharp or sharp-edged objects.

2. Hold the reservoir between the thumb and forefinger.

3. When rolling over an air cushion may arise, allow enough space for the sperm uptake in the reservoir. Pull back the foreskin and roll the condom over the erect penis from. If you use additional lubricants, please make sure that they are suitable for for use with condoms. Fatty lubricants, such as Vaseline, baby oil, body lotions, massage oils, butter, margarine, etc. can affect the quality of the condom. If you notice that the condom slipping off or overly tense, you should stop the sexual contact because of the risk of rupture. If a condom – for whatever reason – be leaking or crack during use, we recommend to take within 72 hour medical support.

4. And after that? Possible equal, in any case before the slackening completely into the penis with the condom from the vagina. For this purpose, the condom should be held all around to prevent it from slipping and possibly leaking semen.



Concomitant topical administration of prescription or non-prescription drugs to the penis or vagina doctor or pharmacist should be consulted about the compatibility.
Do not confuse yourself. Condoms are easy to use and a lot of fun. Do not throw used condoms down the toilet because they can clog the drain lines. They should be protected through the normal waste from third parties, disposed of.