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Note: We're just reviewers of the Enna Cycle, we don't sell it. However, you can get the best deals by shopping on the list above.
Enna Cycle Sizes and ModelsThe Enna Cycle is a menstrual cup that is manufactured in Spain. It is made of silicone and comes in 3 different sizes/models:
Note: Similar cup design/model can be found under the following name(s): Saforelle
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7.3 Total Score
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I really love the soft body and firm rim, I don’t care for the stem and prefer a lip instead of a rim but this is all around a great cup! I just wish it were more widely available!
This is one of the nicest feeling cups I’ve used. But silky smooth as it is, the body is just too weak for me. I gave it a 3 because I think there are lots of women who can use softer cups.
I’m not sure how useful that super-thin string (I wouldn’t call it a stem.) is. You have to pull by the short thicker base, and I simply don’t really need Ariadne’s thread to guide me to it. And, I suspect a lot of women pull on it and break it off.
The applicator works okay I suppose if you have an issue inserting it, it keeps the thing folded better than lube-smeared fingers might. This might be good for those new users who keep having the cup pop open too soon.
Just to let you know. It is not one of two cups with an applicator. It is one of three. Amy Cup is the other one you list on this site, but there is also the latest iteration of Victoria’s Love that comes with a syringe-like applicator. I’ve only ever ever seen it offered through the Victroria’s Love eBay store. It’s the solid colored one.
Uncomfortable after removing