The other day I got a rather unobtrusive black box through the post, with a sticker on it telling me I thought I’d seen it all… so far. When I opened it, I found that some gray shredded paper was damaged in the post to black boxes that looked like jewelry boxes, tastefully decorated with a ribbon and shielded.
One ribbon says Diamonds are a best friend of women the second says Diamonds is a best friend of children, catering both for the gay and straight market. Inside these boxes is a single black condom with a tiny diamond on the tip and a card confirming it’s a real diamond, the red one below is directed at the M / F market and the silver one is directed at the M / M market, as you can see from the text printed around the condom.
The diamonds on these diamond condoms are pretty tiny but they do retail at about £ 10 so you won’t get a huge rock for that price, though there’s a whole range of Diamond condoms on the tip of them with different sizes of Diamonds and they’re all straight accessible from Diamondcondoms.com.
I need to make this clear, it’s a NOVELTY item ONLY, it’s NOT intended to be used as a condom, don’t try and use these diamonds are beautiful but not when they’re stuck inside your lady’s bits and they can’t be guaranteed to be free of any damage, so don’t use them for birth control or to stop STD’s.
I must confess that I contacted Diamond Condoms and asked for samples to write about after seeing them in the ETO trade media and on the sextoys.co.uk website because I was curious about what they would be like, and I was amazed at the product’s quality look when it came. I had expected that there would be signs of glue and stuff on the condom, but there’s nothing like that, and as a gift for a bride to receive a hen’s night, they’re just perfect, but don’t attempt to use them, they’re not intended to. You can get this M / F version from sextoys.co.uk or DiamondCondoms.com has the complete range available.