Condom Reviews

Durex Fetherlite Condoms Review

Our Verdict

You know how people say ‘The best camera is the one you have you with you’… well the same can be said for condoms. Whilst there are hundreds of different condoms available in all fancy shapes and sizes, one of the most important factors is availability. Durex Fetherlites are not difficult to come by (heh) – you’ll find them in most chemists, supermarkets and servos across Australia.

The ultra-thin design and shape can be hit and miss depending on your size. They’re smaller than most condoms (being 52mm vs average 56mm) but this can also increase sensation. Worth a try and a good staple to have in stock.

What we like

  • Readily available in most places that sell condoms
  • Ultra-thin latex and narrow design provides a tighter fit for increased sensation.

Not so much

  • Ultra-thin design can invoke some breakage fears but this comes with the territory.
  • Generally affordable but can be expensive in small quantities ( often on sale so check regularly)

Feature Summary

StyleUltra Thin
ShapeEasy-on straight wall with teat end
MaterialNatural rubber latex

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Durex Fetherlite condoms safe?

Durex undertake regular testing to ensure all condoms meet worldwide condom standards. No method of contraception however can give you 100% protection against pregnancy, HIV or sexually transmitted diseases.

How much do Durex Fetherlite condoms cost

A box of 30 Durex Fetherlite condoms costs on average $15.00 in Australian supermarkets and chemists.

How thin are Durex Fetherlite condoms?

Durex Fetherlites are 20% thinner than Durex Regular condoms.

What material are Durex Fetherlite condoms made of?

Durex Fetherlite condoms are made of natural rubber latex.