Okay, I admit it. I was lured by its original tin casing and flashy print designs. Each new (circular not square) wrapper is crafted and submitted into a contest and then voted by consumers. Imagine primary school art teachers incorporating this competition into their curriculum! I also liked the fact that this condom company donates 5% of its sales to the ONE Voice Foundation, a sex education and health group. But be warned by the hype: A circular condom wrapper does not necessarily make it easier to open. More importantly, this condom broke on me (or in me, I should say), despite the company priding itself on using “leading-edge manufacturing tecnhnology”, with it’s trade mark ingrediant, Sensatex (the same company that helped invent Spray On Condoms). Yes, these condoms are sheer and smooth. But “Super Sensitive”? Personally, I find them no more sensitive then a regular Durex or Lifestyles. More over, lubricant is especially necessary for these condoms. Otherwise you risk uncomfortability and malfunction.