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Sagami Original 0.02 non-latex condoms are only 0.02mm (20 microns) thick, approximately one third the thickness of a standard latex condom – ultrathin for heightened sensitivity with the strength of polyurethane for protection.

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  • 6 pc pack No stock
  • 12 pc pack No stock

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  • 2 pc pack No stock
  • 6 pc pack $20.70
  • 12 pc pack $39.00

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