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CES 2011: Talking to the Lord of Condoms

Jan 6 2011, 9:19am CST | by , in News | CES

CES 2011: Talking to the Lord of Condoms
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For real.

Mike Harrison might object to the title "Lord of Condoms", but I don't much care. He deserves the title. As one of twenty top condom scientists with Trojan, he has more of an impact on how people have safe sex than pretty much anyone on earth. Mike is a condom scientist. He designs, builds and (probably) tests prophylaxis. So why the hell is he at CES 2011?

I'll let Mike explain in his own words.

Every design element of Trojan's new vibrator has come with intense consumer feedback. There are different pulsation patterns, a wide selection of heads and an ergonomic design made to minimize hand stress. This isn't the Cadillac of vibrators, but it might qualify as the Buick. Which isn't at all a bad thing.

Trojan also had a new line of condoms to debut. The Trojan 2Go line are the first willy-wrappers made to fit in your wallet. Normally, this common practice is EXTREMELY INADVISABLE. That sort of stress renders normal condoms unsafe in a short span of time. But the 2Go condoms come in a rigid card-shaped box, designed to fit in your wallet and keep your precious plastic safe.

In all honesty, they're some of the coolest things I've ever seen. You can even pull the individual packets apart and slot them back in together. Here's Mike with an overview of the line;

Doesn't he have the best job ever?

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