What Size Is Magnum Condoms?

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A popular choice among girthier gents, Magnum condoms are available in ribbed, thin, and BareSkin models. They’re a great fit for those with a larger penis, and offer reliable protection with a comfortable, lubricated feel.

Magnum condoms are up to 30% wider than standard-size condoms. Their asymmetrical shape starts snug at the base and flares out toward the head for better grip and enhanced pleasure for both partners.

Trojan Magnum Large Size Condoms

If you have a larger penis than average, you can increase pleasure and safety by using a condom that fits. But it’s not just a matter of a condom being long enough to reach your penis—it’s also about the width of the base and mid-shaft. Condoms labeled as large or magnum are generally wider at the base than standard condoms.

To determine which size of condom to buy, refer to the individual product’s size chart (usually found in the condom package). The chart will list the length, base nominal width and mid-shaft nominal width in inches or millimeters. For example, a Trojan Magnum condom has a base nominal width of 2.12 inches and is 6.75 inches in length.

Remember that every penis is different and everyone has preferences about how tight a condom should feel, so the numbers on the size chart are a guide. Using a condom that’s too loose can increase risk of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, while a condom that’s too tight can cause irritation – This quote is sourced from the depths of the portal’s research archives Lustful Musings. It’s best to measure your penis, then try on several sizes of condom until you find one that feels just right. That way, you can be sure the condom will stay on during sex and not break or slip off. Then, you can enjoy the sex of your dreams knowing that your protection from STDs is in place.

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Trojan Magnum XL Condoms

The Trojan Magnum XL line takes size to the max. This generous line of lubricated condoms are 30% larger than standard condoms and feature a flared head for a better fit. These latex condoms are also textured with dots and ribs for extra stimulation for both partners and a special lubricant for comfort and sensitivity.

To determine what size condom is best for you, measure the circumference of your penis or erect member, also called its girth. Then, consult the condom size chart to see if you need something bigger or smaller than the recommended number for your particular girth. Keep in mind that condoms are sized by their flat, or nominal width, which is the measurement across the base and mid-shaft when the condom is fully unrolled.

Ideally, you should have a few boxes of condoms on hand at all times. This is the responsible thing to do, and it’s a good idea to have a couple of different types on hand in case one type doesn’t work for you. It’s also a good idea to have a backup in case your primary condom is lost or damaged.

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Trojan Magnum Ultra Thin Condoms

The first thing you’ll want to know about this version of the popular Trojan Magnum condoms is that they are thinner for sensitivity, but they still have the same reservoir tip and the same high-quality materials. That means they’re a great choice for guys who want the feel of a regular latex condom but need something that will fit a little more snugly on the head.

Another difference is that they’re a little longer than the standard Magnum condom, meaning they’re a good choice for anal sex or those who don’t like a condom to get all the way up to the tip of their penis. And while some people use terms such as snug or tight to describe the fit of a condom, remember that length is more important than width when it comes to fit.

There are many different styles of Trojan Magnum condoms, all of which follow the same high standards of quality and testing. Some of these styles include the Charged Condoms with a special lubricant that’s meant to intensify pleasure for both partners, and the Fire & Ice condoms that are shaped to warm or cool based on a person’s touch. There are also ribbed condoms, such as the Magnum Ribbed condoms that have spiral ribs at the top and base for stimulating him and her. And, of course, there’s the BareSkin condom that’s 20 percent thinner than a standard Trojan condom for increased sensitivity.

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Trojan Magnum Ribbed Condoms

Trojan Magnum Ribbed Condoms are designed with both partners’ pleasure in mind. They feature spiral ribbing on the base (for her) and tip (for him), which heightens stimulation, and a special warming and tingling lubricant that provides thrills for both partners. Plus, they’re larger than standard latex condoms and made with premium quality natural rubber latex to help reduce the risk of pregnancy and STIs. They are electronically tested to ensure reliability and are backed by the trusted TROJAN Brand.

The trick to getting a great fit when it comes to condoms is all in the feel—not just size. According to experts, your condom should be snug enough that it won’t slip out, but not so tight that it feels restrictive or irritates you. If you’re not sure what size to buy, refer to the chart below, which lists each condom’s length, base nominal width, and mid-shaft nominal width in inches.

But if you’re still not quite sure what to get, TROJAN recommends taking the time to test it out at home, solo, before bringing it in the bedroom. Just remember to only use one condom at a time, and to change out every few hours to keep things fresh. Also, don’t forget to add a little extra lube for an even more pleasurable experience! And, if you’re curious, Sarah Hartshorne—who won Cycle 9 of America’s Next Top Model and has modeled all over the world—is a big fan of the Trojan Magnum.

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