Trojan Class Act Condom - Review
If you can put the intense latex smell of Trojan's Class Act condoms behind you, they’ll be a great addition to your bedside table.
As one of Trojan’s representatives to the ultra-thin and sensitive community, the Class Act is really something else. It’s fairly simple as far as condoms go, with the only exciting feature being the thickness of the condom. I don’t know entirely where the Class Act in this condom’s name comes from, nor how they differ from Trojan’s other ultra-thin condoms, but I’m not here to ask questions.
Right off the bat, there was one, big problem with this condom: the smell. The latex scent is just so strong. I find it to be a big turn-off, although others may not share my level of concern. It made it feel like my partner and I were at the doctor’s office, but instead of the sexy nurse vibe, we just got kind of grossed out.
Like most Trojans, they come with a reservoir tip to ensure extra safety. And one good thing I can say is that my partner and I weren’t worried about safety with these condoms. While we’ve had trouble in the past with Trojans breaking, this condom fit my partner well and gave us no concern about breakage.
We did, however, have to check a couple times-- the old, “This feels way too good!” check, of course. The sensitivity of these condoms is pretty incredible-- it didn't feel like my partner was wearing anything at all, and he didn't feel it that much either. I don't know if it's because of the thinness or because of the way they transfer heat, but they felt pretty incredible.
The Trojan Class Act condom sit at 7.87" or 200.03 mm long, with a width of 2" or 50.8mm, meaning that they should fit the vast majority of men quite comfortable.
The lube on these condoms is water-based, so it didn’t seem to last for particularly long. My partner and I paired it with a Silicone based lubricant for longer enjoyment, and doing so ensured that this ultra-thin condom stayed ultra-safe.
This Product has Been discontinued by Trojan Condoms