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Sagami’s 0.01 MM Condom Took Ten Years to Perfect

By: Tiffany - Published: • References: zakzak.co.jp & kotaku
If you’ve heard of 0.06 millimeter condoms from Japan and you were pretty amazed, prepare to be shocked by a 0.01 millimeter condom made by Japanese condom company Sagami. According to the site ZakZak, it took the Japanese brand approximately 10 years to create these thin rubbers. And they actually work! Apparently, to ensure the safety of rubber protection, the Japanese company has tested over 20,000 condoms, leakage tests, burst tests and other trial and error experiments. The condoms are also colored, making Sagami the world’s first manufacturer to make insanely thin and colored condoms!

On being asked in the future of making even thinner condoms, a Sagami researcher says, “[h]onestly, I don’t how we can make them thinner than this, but as long as there is a need for thinner, we will continue researching 0.009 millimeter and 0.008 millimeter thinness.” Stats for Record-Breaking Thin Condoms Trending: This Year & Average
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