Review: Four Seasons Regular and Ice Condoms

I love safe sex and really I won’t have sex without a condom.  I requested the Four Seasons Ice Condom Tin from FunWares and also receieved a Classic Fit Condom Tin.

The Run Down:

  • Manufacturer: Four Seasons
  • Materials: Latex
  • Count: 3 or 6
  • Price: $6.95 or $7.95
  • Pros: Both come with a storage tin; No strong or lingering latex smell; Reservoir tip; Great sensations from the lubricant on the Ice condoms
  • Cons: Packaging is slightly annoying; Not good for people with latex allergies; No texture
  • Overall Rating – Regular: 4/5
  • Overall Rating – Ice: 5/5
  • Recommended: Yes to both

four seasons regular and ice condoms

Regular and Ice packaging

Four Seasons condoms all come with a metal carrying case and are packaged in plastic.  Unfortunately, this isn’t an easy-to-open clamshell style.  It was a a little difficult to cut and pry it open, but it really wasn’t a huge issue.  Both the Ice and Classic come in the same style of packaging.  The only difference is the design of the paper insert.  The insert on the Ice is a white background with some ice cubes while the Classic Fit is a plain blue background.
The slip inside the packaging has details on how to use the condoms.  The instructions come in Spanish and English which are basic instructions for using a condom in general. They also list cautions and show the other styles of Four Seasons Condoms.
four seasons condoms tin

Condom Tin

I’m sure most people by now have heard that it’s bad to store condoms in a wallet or similar place.  So what’s a person to do to carry condoms with them for a little impromptu fun?  Four Seasons solves this by selling its condoms with a metal tin.  The tin for both styles is exactly the same with interlocked male and female symbols.  I have seen versions with a female silhouette.  The tin is about 2 1/2″ square and 1/2″ height.  While the tin won’t fit into your wallet, but it’s small enough to slip in your pocket or purse when you head out.
four seasons condoms

Condom Packet

The condoms themselves are a basic condom shape with a reservoir tip.  The Classic Fit are lightly lubricated with a plain lubricant.  There was nothing special about the Classic Fit.  The Ice are lubricated with Four Seasons’ Ice Lubricant.  I loved it.  I instantly felt a cooling and tingling feel from it and it really enhanced my sensation.  My partner didn’t notice as much until he was exposed to air and said it felt very cold.  Another thing I liked about both styles is they didn’t have a strong or lingering latex smell.  That’s one of the most important things to me in a condom, mostly because I can’t stand the smell of latex.

Overall, I had no complaints about either the Classic Fit or Ice Condoms.  If you don’t like an untextured condom or are allergic to latex, it’s best to pass on these.  These are very nice condoms and I loved the sensation of the Ice lubricant.  You can also find all the other kinds of Four Seasons condoms at FunWares.  You can buy any of them in packs of 3 or 6.

*This review was sponsored by FunWares, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

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