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Maximum Pleasure: News Device Covers Only Tip Of Penis Inventor claims It Is Way Better Tan The Condom
Maximum Pleasure: News Device Covers Only Tip Of Penis Inventor claims It Is Way Better Tan The Condom

Condom hating fellas come closer, you need to hear this.

An American man has come up with a new device that doesn’t cover the whole penis but only the tip of the penis, leaving the shaft open.

According to the inventor his product is safer, stronger and enables better sensitivity.

LA based man Charles Powell invented this product after his friend contracted HIV.

He believes his product is 'easier to use, safer and more secure - and vastly more pleasurable - giving a sex sensation the way nature intended.'

 
The 1/3 condom comprises of 2 parts
a U-shape polyurethane adhesive film that wraps around the penis - like a plaster around a finger - and a cap that sticks to it to firmly trap semen.
Powell says the Polyurethane is like second skin it could be put on days in advance and is fate to urine or wash with.

When a man wants to have sex, he peels off the paper backing on the cap and sticks it to the polyurethane to securely bond the two and trap semen.

He insists the device, which is transparent, will stay on for the duration.

Mr Powell believes his product provides a solution to three common issues with condoms: a lack of sensitivity, problems getting into the packaging and applying the condom.

He also maintains that traditional products have a failure rate of up to 18 per cent due tto breakage or improper usage.

'The reservoir cap is thicker and stronger than a traditional condom and is less likely to break or fail.'

But critics have pointed out that the device will not provide protection from STIs such as herpes, which can be transmitted through direct skin-to-skin contact.


So how many of you are vouching for the tip cover to win?

 

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