How big is a medium sized condom

Trojan Condom Size Chart

Penis Circumference (inches) Suggested Condom Width (in) Penis Circumference (mm) Suggested Condom Width (mm)
< 4 " 1.77 ” – 1.85 ” <102 mm 45-47 mm
4.1 ” – 4.5 ” 1.85 ” – 1.93 ” 104 – 114 mm 47 – 49 mm
4.5 ” – 4.7 ” 1.96 ” – 2.05 ” 114 – 119 mm 50 – 51 mm
4.7 ” – 4.9 ” 2.05 ” – 2.09 ” 119 – 124 mm 52 – 53 mm

Mar 1 2021

What is the best size for a small condom?

Small condoms are the best fit for penises (and sex toys) up to two inches in width and seven inches in length. People with penises that are two to two and a half inches in width and up to seven and a half inches in length will find that standard condoms are the best size.

How do you determine the size of a condom?

Of course, there are also bigger condom sizes that not only add width but length as well. Before you can decide upon what condom size you need, you must first measure your erect penis size, both length and girth. Use that measurement as a guide, selecting condoms that have similar measurements.

What is the size of a magnum thin condom?

Magnum Thin: Lubricated, larger latex condom for extra comfort—thinner and tapered at the base for a secure fit. Magnum: Latex condom, 15 percent longer and wider than a traditional condom that tapers at the base for a secure fit. Width: 2.13″/54mm. Head Width: 2.36″/60 mm. Length: 8.07″/205 mm. Buy: Trojan Magnum Thin Condoms

What are the different sizes of condoms?

You can use the following as a general guide: Standard condoms usually have a length between 7.25 to 7.8 inches (184.15 to 198.12 mm) Snug condoms may have a length of 7 to 7.8 (177.8 to 198.12 mm) Large condoms length ranges from 7.25 to 8.1 inches (184.15 to 205.74 mm).

What is the size of a small condom?

Small (or snug) condoms: Small condoms are the best fit for penises (and sex toys) up to two inches in width and seven inches in length.

What size snug fit for a condom?

There is no absolute rule for who should use the different condom sizes, but the following guidelines, which are in inches, may help: a girth of less than 4.7″ needs a snug fit a girth of 4.7–5.1″ needs a regular fit a girth of 5.1–6″ needs a large fit

Where can I buy a small size condom?

RipnRoll.com – America’s Condom Superstore, has a small condom brand section that just might be the perfect fit for anyone looking for the best small condom to buy. There is also a small condom sampler where you can try an assortment of smaller condoms to find which one fits and feels the best. So what size condom is actually a small size condom?

How do you measure for a condom?

This is where knowing your exact size really helps. The most important measurement for picking a condom is girth, not length. To get a very rough estimate, slide a toilet paper roll around your erect penis. If there is extra room, you qualify as “small.”. If it fits about right, then “medium.”.