HOW DOES OHNUT FEEL FOR MY PARTNER?
DOES ONE SIZE FIT ALL?
"I couldn't tell what was my skin and what wasn't." Ohnut is made with a soft squishy material and can stretch to accommodate all men and most toys. Ohnut often feels like an extension of your body, with a little hug.
While Ohnut can be used by penetrating partners of any gender, feedback from men includes not noticing the difference and feeling like full penetration. Some men may feel a slight “hug” sensation. The majority report that sex is more satisfying because they're not as worried about causing their partner pain and their partner isn’t as worried about being in pain.
WHAT IS OHNUT MADE OF?
Ohnut is currently made of an FDA approved body- and skin-safe polymer blend. It’s a thermo-set material that is BPA, phthalate, and latex free.
Note about the material: The original Ohnut was designed in silicone, however, we received high demand for use with silicone lubrication, so we adjusted the Ohnut accordingly so you can use either silicone or water based lubrication.
CAN I USE OHNUT WITH CONDOMS?
Yes! Ohnut conveniently helps keep condoms from slipping off. Put the condom on first, add your preferred lubrication on top, slide the Ohnut over the condom - and you're good to go.
HOW DO I WASH OHNUT?
Ohnut can be hand washed with mild soap and water. Save your dishwasher for the dishes.
IS SHIPPING DISCREET?
Yep! The shipping packaging for Ohnut will in fact be phenomenally boring, and for additional discretionary pleasure, the return address label won’t have 'Ohnut' written on it. It'll be coming from "Twenty Three Ventures."
WHAT IS YOUR INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING POLICY?
We ship to all countries in the world, and while there will be shipping charges, Ohnut will cover all international duty fees (DDP).
HOW DOES OHNUT HELP?
The Ohnut can help you manage and even eliminate pain during sex by allowing you to easily customise how deep penetration goes. And once it’s on, you can forget about it and enjoy being in the moment with your partner.
Painful sex (or dyspareunia) can happen for a whole range of reasons, including:
- Pelvic floor dysfunction
- Interstitial cystitis
- Pelvic inflammation
- Pelvic floor muscle spasm (vaginismus)
- Menopause (genitourinary syndrome of menopause, or gsm)
- Cancer treatments (including chemotherapy and radiation therapy)
- Chronic pain (vulvodynia)
- Post-surgical vaginal swelling
- Postpartum pain / sex post baby
- Mullerian agenesis