Condom / Uridome Male CathetersRated 4/5 based on 13 reviews.
100% silicone, self adhesive, male external catheters
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Just $2.20 each when purchasing 30 or more.
These products are sold individually. If you would like to purchase a box, you need to order 30, or in multiples of 30.
All Paralogic male external urinary catheters are:
- 100% silicone
- Self Adhesive
- Single use/disposable (suitable for 1 day's use)
- Latex free
- 30 in a box
- We have 500ml and 750ml leg bags with the choice of a 10cm or 30cm inlet tube -the inlet tube on the 750ml bag can be cut down to shorter lengths if required (but not the 500ml). We also offer 500ml or 800ml non-sterile leg bags which both feature a 50cm inlet tube that can be trimmed to size. These connect to the end of the catheter and are worn on the thigh.
- We also have 2 litre overnight drainage bags and Premium 2 Litre Flip Tap Sterile Drainage Bags which can be connected to the bottom of the leg bag, or directly to the catheter.
- The leg bags are sold separately to the trial packs.
- Sizes relate to the diameter or width of the penis.
- Read the Paralogic Male External Catheter Size Guide (PDF which opens in a separate tab)
- Read the Paralogic Male External Catheter Usage Guide (PDF which opens in a separate tab)
- Excellent for those suffering urine leakage and can reduce the need for night time waking.
- These male condom catheters can be used in combination with a pee-valve in dry-suits while scuba diving and also by glider pilots while gliding.
Take a look at our Trial pack
- Receive over $15 of value for $4. See what's in a trial pack.
- Offer is available for one trial pack to new customers only.
Tip for New Users
- As these catheters are self adhesive, we suggest you trim any hair in the vicinity before use, as things can get a little caught up!
- More tips available on our Paralogic Male External Catheter Usage Guide (PDF which opens in a separate tab)
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Uridome male catheter.By: Keith Longstaff on 10 January 2022Easy to use once out of the packet. However, they sometimes fail either by falling off or not flowing into bag, filling with urine, and leaking. I have been using them every night for several years but have an approximate 7% accident rate. Must be used with a waterproof bed cover.
One makes do with what one has!By: Paul B. on 20 February 2021As an inveterate parsimonious rogue, I must confess to using each Uridome for two or even three days. I have learned a few tricks along the way though this is apparently relatively early in my journey. · · · · · I started with the Hollister "InView" with which I was provided for a couple of weeks. I complained to the continence nurse about the poor performance of the adhesive which has no adhesion at all once wet. She offered to research the possibility of a stronger adhesive but I have not followed it up as I found Paralogic and as the trial pack worked adequately, took the plunge and ordered the 30 box which I am working my way through - slowly. · · · · · Being a "grower" rather than a "show-er" - or more accurately, a "once-was-a grower" and suffering the ritual mutilation of most older Australian males, retraction is a major problem, requiring frequent checking and re-positioning day and night. Of course the right size is important, and fitting the device neatly to just cover the penis with no (initial) space beyond the glans but not too much skin pulled forward (hair not yet clipped anyway). · · · · · As with another commentator here, I have found a wrap of adhesive ("surgical") tape near but not *at* the base of the Uridome to be the "secret". This appears to keep the device adherent to the skin at that point, presumably by squeezing out the water. To some (minor) extent it may restrict the glans from pulling back past this point and even if the glans does get past, it seems to provide some "last ditch effort" at holding on until it can be pushed back into its rightful place. · · · · · · I initially tried taping the Uridome at the very base, but the tape completely fails to adhere to the silicone. I considered ways to securely attach it but have not found anything practical. I notice reference to Uridomes with a separate adhesive band but not offered by Paralogic. · · · · · Another major problem has been the tubing part of the Uridome slipping off the barbed connector of the leg bag. This did not initially happen and seems to be a specific problem with the Paralogic devices. It is quite infrequent with the Hollister 9652 bag, but has happened multiple times (in one day, and also with successive devices) with the "Simpla" bag during the day until determined to force the tubing completely over the full length of the barbed connector which connector seems to have no evident defect in the concentric "barbs". · · · · · Discreetly "adjusting the equipment" throughout the day becomes a new life skill! · · · · · Star rating might be five if you found a super adhesive!
Super grateful And Relieved (No pun intended)By: Anonymous on 17 October 2020Ok so I was pretty nervous about giving this a go, partly because I was concerned it would be difficult to put on and partly because I can't feel whether it's on properly or not. Here's what I found; It's a bit fiddly to put on, but not difficult if you're patient and go slowly. My hands shake a lot and I don't have great fine motor function but it's still perfectly doable. As far as staying on, I haven't had any issue with them and the more I use them the more confident I am it will hold. I have found it is important to follow the instructions in the guide Paralogic provide. For peace of mind I also add a strip of medical tape to the base to ensure it doesn't slip. I don't think I really need to do this but it makes me feel better. My experience with Paralogic has been absolutely fabulous. They ship quickly and haven't missed a beat. Thanks team.
UridomeBy: Lionel Modra on 15 January 2020I have been using the uridomes supplied by Paralogic for 2 months now. I find them very good. And the service from Paralogic is also very good. I hadn't checked what I had left in the carton, so almost ran out. I phoned on Saturday, the lady who took the call organized a Express postage delivery, That arrived (in Adelaide) on the following Tuesday. A happy customer
Good price, not so good productBy: Anonymous on 6 January 2020I have tried these condoms in a few different sizes. I found with just one style in the range it is lacking. I found that they kink at the end and do not stay on during the day particularly with active movement especially sitting and standing. I have had to revert to a more expensive condom with extra adhesive. If Paralogic offered a variety to choose then that would be a better option.
Our apologies that our Male External Catheters didn't meet your standards. Paralogic are a very small company and we are slowly expanding our product range, but just don't have the capacity to offer a huge range of products at this point in time. We do have some great tips and tricks on the Paralogic Male External Catheters Usage Guide, and have staff with lots of experience who can help you find a product that is right for you. If you are not completely satisfied with a product, please contact us within 14 days and we will work with you to ensure a positive solution.
Good quality and best price that I foundBy: Mag on 26 July 2019The quality of the product is good, and the price is the best that I 've found considering the quality. Although it is still expensive in my opinion
Generally goodBy: Michael on 25 July 2019A good product but there have been occasions where there wasn't enough glue. Also the packaging seems wasteful - it's double bagged and awkward to unwrap.
Great productBy: Cathy Pepper on 22 May 2019The uridomes used by my partner have been really life changing. Their ease of use and peace of mind they provide is outstanding.
Great productBy: Malcolm Acworth on 16 May 2019these products ar great and do what is neededThanks
Sleep giverBy: Keith A Longstaff on 15 May 2019Prior to the introduction of the external catheter I was required to set an alarm and get up every 150 minutes to empty my neo bladder. With the external catheter & an attached bag I can sleep through the night. Do I enjoy using them? No, but there is no better alternative. Rolling over in your sleep can cause accidents as can a blocked flow to the bag. Easy to use and remove.
More glue pleaseBy: Bruce on 25 March 2019Generally good product. However encounter some low on glue, thickness band of glue is too narrow sometimes and can slip off.
Male External CathetersBy: Ronald Brett on 7 March 2019I intend to continue with Paralogic and prior to the latest delivery I would have been quite keen to register my satisfaction with both the company and the product had I known how to do that on the internet. The last delivery of Uridomes has not been of the same quality and left me embarrassed by failing in their task. My assessment was inferior quality material and variation in size.
Thank you so much for letting us know you have been having problems and I apologise for any embarrassment caused. I know that one of my colleagues has been in touch to look at what batch your products were from, report these problems to the manufacturer and ensure you have replacement products that suit your need. Once again thank you for taking the time to report these issues as it is the only way we can better the product. Regards Megan @ Paralogic
A tip for the tipBy: Phil Lloyd on 11 October 2018I was using the Conveen Ultra, a good product but expensive at $3.50 each. So I went looking for a better value product, found this one, and have been using for several months now with results as good as the Conveen Ultra. At first I had a problem with the tube-tip of the product bending and blocking the flow, thereby increasing the pressure on the adhesion, and sometimes resulting in the product slipping off. I finally figured out how to minimise this. This works for me, I hope it works for you. Before connecting to the leg bag tube, snip off about half of the very end of the external catheter tube, so instead of there being about 3.5 cm to connect to the leg bag tube, there is about 1.5 cm. Then, when pushing the 'adaptor'at the end of the leg bag tube into the end of the external catheter tube, push it in so that it is all the way in, thereby stopping the external catheter tube from bending.