LuckyBoke.com is the first website to offer an international assortment of premium condoms and personal lubricants, via monthly subscription or one-time purchase, (featuring global delivery) announced its official launch today.
“Sex is exciting. Walking into a store to buy condoms or lube is awkward, inconvenient, and for many, incredibly embarrassing” says Lucky Bloke CEO, Melissa White. “A Lucky Bloke condom subscription solves this with a slam dunk: it’s affordable, private, and convenient.”
In conventional retail stores, the condom and personal lubricant selection is often minimal and the differences between brands obscure. When shopping online, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Many sites force visitors to sort through risqué pleasure-ware in shops featuring thousands of condom styles, yet lacking clear and concise size and quality guidance.
LuckyBloke.com has carefully researched and hand-selected a range of the best premium condom brands and styles from around the world – including Okamoto, Kimono, Glyde, Billy Boy, RFSU, Durex, and Trojan condoms. As new products arrive on the market, Lucky Bloke will add those that meet their quality expectations, and offer something unique to each category
Via an intuitive search and product filter system, the first of its kind, LuckyBloke.com customers can easily find and buy condoms and personal lubricants that meet their specific needs. The items chosen are discreetly delivered each month. Subscriptions are easy to modify, cancel, or place on hold.
A free Condom Concierge service is available via email (email@example.com) to assist customers who have product questions.
Running out of condoms isn’t just awkward — it can result in serious consequences.
The Center for Disease Control stated in their most recent “Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance” report that “STDs are one of the most critical health challenges facing the nation today. The CDC estimates that there are 19 million new infections every year in the United States…Many are increasingly resistant to treatment.” Ongoing budget cuts in the public health sector have created gaps in contraceptive coverage.
Yesterday, Pfizer announced -via Press Release- a U.S. recall of one million packets of birth control pills as concerns mounted that a manufacturing error could raise the risk of unplanned pregnancies.
The net result is a greater risk of pregnancy and exposure to STDs, especially among college students – who generally can be more absent-minded or timid regarding purchasing condoms. Lucky Bloke provides a straight-forward solution: a convenient, reliable, and discreet way to explore, buy, and receive the condoms they need without ever leaving their dorms.
10% of Lucky Bloke’s sales go to urgent humanitarian causes. Subscribers can choose which cause their share of sales supports. Current options include: charity: water, It Gets Better Project, and UNICEF.