Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong S.A.R., May 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Chocolates have always been a popular gift among lovers, but HoneyTime, a Taiwanese condom brand, is determined to make these sweet treats a whole lot sweeter.
Several new series of cute and fun condom products will be launched by HoneyTime in 2014, and leading them to hit the store shelves is the Chocolate Can condoms. As the name implies, this product is sold in a colorful chocolate-themed “tin can” packaging that makes it look like a can of ordinary chocolates from the outside. In reality, each tin can cleverly contains six chocolate flavored condoms inside.
“HoneyTime is all about offering fun surprises to our customers,” said Danny Au, the General Sales Manager of Open For Business Company Limited (Open4Biz). “We hope our creativity can be acknowledged through our innovative condom products, and frankly speaking, not even the big market players can make condoms quite like ours,” Au added with a big smile on his face.
To give HoneyTime some credit, it is surprisingly rare to find chocolate-flavored condoms on the market at present. It is even more unprecedented that condoms are packaged in tin cans as opposed to rectangular cardboard boxes. HoneyTime has consistently proved competent to create a very strong aesthetic appeal in their condom products to customers. But don’t let the adorable appearances of HoneyTime condoms deceive you for their lack of quality assurance. In fact, all of HoneyTime condoms are made by Karex(R), which is not only the world’s largest condom maker at present, but also the same manufacturer for Durex(R) and Trojan(R) condoms. This means HoneyTime condoms fully meet the most stringent international standards for condom production, including ISO 9001, ISO 13485, ISO 4074 and Directive 93/42/EEC.
When asked why the Taiwanese brand is so persistently committed in creating high quality and fun condom products, Au explained, “Many people, even in very developed societies, often think it is too embarrassing to buy condoms in public, which subsequently hinders people from purchasing and using condoms during sexual intercourse. Therefore, eliminating the taboo of buying condoms is an essential step to pushing the consistent practice of safe sex among couples, and we believe this can be done by making condoms more fun and humorous in appearance.”
It is true that sex-related problems, such as unplanned pregnancy, abortion and sexually transmitted infections will not suddenly disappear on their own. The proper awareness to consistently practice safe sex is the prerequisite to eradicating these sex-related issues, and perhaps cute and fun condoms may very well become an essential tool in encouraging people to have safe sex more regularly and willingly.
So the next time you have a craving for a sweet tooth, consider the alternative of getting a tin can of chocolate-flavored condoms instead. Who knows, it may turn out to the sweetest memory for you and your partner!
For vendor inquiry or more information about HoneyTime condom products, feel free to browse the Open4Biz's website (http://www.open4biz.hk/eng/index.php). Also visit a few selected HoneyTime vendors (http://www.dumdum.hk and http://www.honeytimecondom.com) as references.