3 Batches Of Durex Condoms Are Recalled Due To Bad Shelf-Life Durability Tests

No other Durex products are affected by the recall.

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Durex Malaysia and Singapore initiated a product recall for 3 batches of their non-latex Real Feel condoms last week

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Durex recently found out that three batches of their non-latex Real Feel condom produced earlier this year did not pass their shelf-life durability tests that will cause them to age badly and burst towards the end of their shelf life.

Although there are no immediate safety concerns and those who have used the condoms are in no danger, Durex Malaysia and Singapore have decided to recall the 3 affected batches.

The batch numbers are shown on the bottom of the Durex box as well as on the foil wrapping of the individual condoms

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These are the batch numbers of the non-latex Real Feel condoms that are affected:
- 1000433144
- 1000438055
- 1000422259

Customers that are affected can expect to get full refunds from Durex Malaysia and Singapore

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Affected customers will get full refunds once they mail the products back to Durex Malaysia and Durex Singapore. They will get the refunds even if some of the condoms in the packs are already used.

For more information, please visit the Durex Malaysia or Durex Singapore websites

Speaking of condoms, last year in October, SAYS got the chance to review the world's first box of nasi lemak condoms

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