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I just tried the condom trick
  • dtmsmith
    Posts: 219
    Wow, amazing! See my blog for a description of the associated session.

    I haven't used a condom for years (I had the snip snip some time ago). I actually had already started a Eupho session then decided I wanted to try using a condom. I managed to find one old one in a drawer. I lubed up the aneros again and put a bit in the condom, lubed the outside, and inserted. As you will see from my blog, there maybe another contributing factor to the session, but it does seem like the aneros' movement was different and my body liked it very much :-)
  • Korkelz
    Posts: 294
    I'm sorry, but I always have a hard time figuring out where the blogs are located. Could you post a link here?

    Edit: Found it, right above "Private Messages" haha :o
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,604
    I think 'condom-lube' is one of the most overlooked means of increasing tool agility. And I've only used it a handful of times over the last year.

    Remembering back though, my first dry-O occurred during a condom-lube session with an SGX. That first 'clench' and 'suck-in' was memorable.

    @dtmsmith -- thanks for the Blog post. Great suggestion regarding condom lube with Eupho as a session starter! I've been using Eupho only after loosening up with a larger tool. The potential for Dame Eupho to show her dance inside that slippery environment beckons!

    Once the house is empty of my wonderful grandchildren I'll give this top priority!

    Tip on condom lube -- feels best to me when using an inexpensive ribbed condom from durex or trojan -- one of those brands it as "Her Pleasure". Best to bring out one's feminine side.
  • schitzschitz
    Posts: 32
    Now just a thought, would the benefit of the movement be only somewhat limited to the Eupho because of its slimmer size,
    or would the condom trick work just as well with other models???
    Just a wondering thought.
  • dtmsmith
    Posts: 219
    [QUOTE=rook;93945]I think 'condom-lube' is one of the most overlooked means of increasing tool agility. And I've only used it a handful of times over the last year.

    Remembering back though, my first dry-O occurred during a condom-lube session with an SGX. That first 'clench' and 'suck-in' was memorable.

    @dtmsmith -- thanks for the Blog post. Great suggestion regarding condom lube with Eupho as a session starter! I've been using Eupho only after loosening up with a larger tool. The potential for Dame Eupho to show her dance inside that slippery environment beckons!

    Once the house is empty of my wonderful grandchildren I'll give this top priority!

    Tip on condom lube -- feels best to me when using an inexpensive ribbed condom from durex or trojan -- one of those brands it as "Her Pleasure". Best to bring out one's feminine side.

    I tried this again today and was a little disappointed. The condom I used the other day was a plain latex non-lubed one. The ones I bought and used today were lubed, non-latex, and really thin. Thin is good when you put it on your dick, but I'm wondering if the thinness caused it to cling too well to the eupho and it was as if I wasn't using a condom. I'm going to try a cheaper latex one next time.
    The other issue was that the lube that was on the condom was a little sticky. I never liked what they use on these even when I was using them for sex (hence the reason for buying unlubed ones). I managed to wipe most of it off but there was still some residue. I'll have to look for unlubed ones.
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,604
    [QUOTE=schitz;93952]Now just a thought, would the benefit of the movement be only somewhat limited to the Eupho because of its slimmer size,
    or would the condom trick work just as well with other models???
    Just a wondering thought.

    Late in '09 a couple of us were doing some major mods to our Progasms. To save from polishing it after each 're-shaping session' I used condom lube to test as the changes progressed. Saved a lot of time. So, 'regular' sized condoms worked for me all the way from SGX to Progasm. For Progasm, pre-lube is a must but the total amount of lube can be far less than without the condom.

    Other 'bene' is that glycerin lubes work well inside the condom while a small amount of shea or slippery stuff works well as a pre-lube. Guys sensitive to regular KY can use that between the condom and the tool without having a reaction.

    ... rook