You can get our condoms as a single pack, a three-pack, or, if you’re attending a good old-fashioned roman orgy – we also have the ten pack.
(We can recommend a cream for that)
Yes, HANX condoms are verified by the CE mark and undergo rigorous testing to ensure maximum safety. Condoms are a reliable protection but no contraceptive can protect 100% against pregnancy, HIV and/or sexually transmitted infections.
Condoms don’t get much thinner. Ours are only about 0.05500000mm thick. Struggling to picture how thin that is? Same. So we looked it up. And to use a very topical analogy, it’s roughly the width of one lonely, little pube.
HANX condoms: Length = 182-190 mms, nominal width = 52 mms
Yep! Our condoms do NOT contain any animal by products such as casein (often found in other condoms) and we are officially certified by The Vegan Society.
As in any rubber articles, there can be traces of nitrosamines, only just around the detection limit. We regularly test for nitrosamines. Scientific literature shows that the amount of nitrosamines released from condoms to human body is extremely low in comparison to the nitrosamines from food.
HANX condoms are made of natural rubber, corn starch powder and silicon oil. The rubber has been vulcanised from rubber latex by using sulfur, zinc oxide, accelerators and soap. The chemical input is as low as possible, whilst ensuring safety.
We always look to be as sustainable as possible.
We have reduced energy consumption, chemical load, and waste. Our production has a waste water treatment and compared to plastics, rubber articles degrade very quickly.
Our condoms are made from latex which has been fairly sourced and traded. They have been certified as Fair Rubber which means the way we source, grow and manufacturer our latex condoms is with gentle love and care. This also means the people who work on such latex plantations work reasonable hours and paid a living wage.
Production in Germany enables a more sustainable transport than condoms from Asia.
Right now we can only deliver to Europe. If you think we should be selling HANX where you live, please let us know! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lubricants should be tested for condom compatibility, as only water or silicone based lubricants can be used as oil based products can damage the latex. Please check our information leaflet inside each HANX packet carefully for full details.