Pasante Regular Condoms Review

In 2015 there were approximately 435,000 diagnoses of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) made in England (  One of the best ways to reduce the risk of contracting an STI is to use condoms.  Obviously they’re also a pretty fabulous, easy to use contraceptive method too.  I am on a personal quest to find the perfect (for me) condom. So when I was sent the Pasante Regular Condoms for free in exchange for an honest review I was thrilled.

Pasante are one of the most well known brands of condom.  They’re also one of the brands I have used least.  Whether that is due to the packaging not standing out or my need to reject them as an uncool brand, I’m uncertain.  Being given this make of condom in my youth, surely makes them old and boring?  Maybe I shouldn’t dismiss them though.  A brand that is not new and fashionable, that has been a round for a while, may actually have more knowledge and a better design.  Experience isn’t a bad thing.

The Facts

The Pasante Regular Condoms are a latex condom with a non-spermicidal lubricant.  They are transparent, teat ended and have a contoured fit.

Length: 190mm

Width: 53mm

Average Thickness: 70 Microns

Amount in a packet: 12


Verdict On The Pasante Regular Condoms

Mr Rose and I prefer condoms that don’t feel intrusive.  My partner likes them to feel snug fitting, so that he knows it is still in place, but be as close to natural as possible.  It’s a fine balance.  We know we’re expecting a lot.

The Pasante Regular Condoms came in a bright pink, rectangular box.  I like the sparkles around the Pasante Logo being in the shape of a heart.  There’s something inherently cute about it.  They’re unintimidating, unless you really dislike buying a pink item, and plain.  I don’t dislike the packaging but it wouldn’t grab my attention when choosing a condom.  Discretion and marketing in competition, it must be hard to find a good balance.  They have a kite mark and CE mark on the box.  The Use By date is a rather lengthy 4 years, I don’t expect these to be unused for this long, but it’s reassuring.

In the box are 12 pink, square, foil packets, each containing an individual condom.  There’s also a leaflet with information about using the condoms.  This includes how to put one on for the most effective results and lists more information about safe use of the condoms.


Modelled on the Lovehoney Curved G-Spot Sensual 
Glass Dildo with a length of 8.5 Inches and Max 
Circumference of 5.25 Inches

The foil packet was easy to open, and the condom was easy to use.  They are snug fitting and the latex feels very silky and smooth.  There is a nice amount of lubricant already in place.  Don’t get me wrong I quite like fun flavours and bright colours in a condom but these were pretty fantastic.  I loved just how transparent they are, they were barely visible when in use.  For regular thickness condoms the Pasante Regular Condoms were really quite thin feeling.  This may be because of how sleek the material felt, but they really did cause minimal loss of sensation.


The Pasante Regular Condoms are excellent.  These may not have been our first choice of brand or style but with a snug fit and sleek, silky feel they are pretty good Peniswear.  If you want the feel of a thin condom with the added comfort of a regular thickness these are amazing.

If you’d like to try these thin feeling, easy to use, discreet condoms you can purchase them here for a very reasonable £5.95. (That’s less than 50p a shag!)

Quick Reference

Name of Brand: Pasante

Name of Product: Reguar Condoms

Material: Latex

Thickness: 70 Microns

Length: 190mm

Width: 53mm

Price: £5.95

Feel:   (4.5 / 5)
Appearance:  (4.0 / 5)
Smell:  (5.0 / 5)
Taste:  (4.0 / 5)
Quality:  (5.0 / 5)
Ease of Use:  (5.0 / 5)
Will I Use Them Again:  (4.0 / 5)

*Prices correct at time of publishing.

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