Sagami Original 0.02 –Create Malaysia’s Thinnest Condom
Sagami Original 0.02 –Produce Malaysia’s Thinnest CondomDid you know that condoms have been around for the longest time? To prove this, there is actually a painting on a wall in France about 12,000 – 15,000 years old illustrating a man using a condom. If our ancestors knew the importance of using a condom eons ago, I think it should justify the reason for using one today. As everyone probably already knows, condoms help with family planning and also preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Most condoms are made from latex which most people either dislike or are allergic to, hence, discouraging the use of condoms among couples. However, there is an alternative to latex condoms – Sagami Original 0.02 polyurethane condoms.
Where Sagami Original from?Japan just broke its own record for the “world’s thinnest” condom when Sagami Original announced its ultra-light, polyurethane condom measuring at 0.01 millimeter. That’s 0.01 millimeter thinner than the company’s last iteration of the contraceptive tool, and one-sixth the width of the average human hair, according to Condom-Sizes.org. The race for the thinnest condom may sound like a safety risk, but the company has conducted stress tests on 25,000 condoms. , meanwhile, had its readers give the rubbers the hard test:
On the first look this condom is so thin and fragile that some might be a bit skeptical in its durability. It proved it self in practical use however, as our reader confirmed … Our reader who tried it likes it and says he can really feel a difference. He asked us for more of these.That reader will have to wait for a worldwide release, as the condoms are only sold in Japan, and they’re selling out quickly, the Daily Mail reports. The condoms’ suggested retail price puts them at about $12. “Honestly, I don’t know how we can make them thinner than this,” a Sagami researcher told Tokyo Sports. “As long as there is a need for thinner, we will continue researching 0.009 mm and 0.008 mm thinness.” Sagami’s condom unofficially beats out the Guinness World Record for thinnest condom, a 0.038 millimeter thick rubber by Okamoto Industries, Inc. The measurement was verified in January, 2012.
We have proud that, the manufacture location In Perak Batu Gajah MalaysiaA month ago, we witnessed the launch of Japan’s best-selling condoms, Sagami Original 0.02 at PLAY Club. Besides the free flow of champagne, beer and whiskey (which we thoroughly enjoyed, mind you), we also received VIP treatment from the club management and mind-blowing performances from the dancers. A million thanks again to Delfi Marketing and Asatsu-DK for allowing ShopCoupons to be a part of this wonderful product launch. Now, let’s move on to the exciting part – the product and its wonderful features.
So, what is it that makes Sagami Original 0.02 a premium in its category? Well, for one, Sagami Original 0.02 condoms are made of polyurethane which is commonly used in medical devices such as artificial human hearts and tubes for blood transfusion. This enough is proof that the material is safe and biocompatible with humans, so no worries there! Also, it’s extremely thin! Measuring at only 0.024mm, it’s the thinnest condom available in Malaysia. How thin is 0.024mm, you ask? It’s one third the thickness of human hair. That sounds pretty thin to me. To compare, the thickness of the ordinary condom ranges from an average of 0.065 to 0.075 mm. Despite it being super thin, it’s actually pretty tough. Compared to your usual condoms, it is 3x stronger in pressure test and 2x better in tensile strength test. Rest assured you won’t have to worry about the condom tearing easily.