Male External CathetersRated 5/5 based on 1 reviews.
100% Silicone, Self Adhesive Uridome/Condom Catheters
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Just $1.85 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
- See our matching 500ml and 750ml leg bags. These connect to the end of the catheter and are worn on the thigh. The 30cm inlet tube is recommended. The inlet tube on the 750ml bag can be cut down to shorter lengths if required (but not the 500ml).
- We also have 2 litre overnight drainage bags which can be connected to the bottom of the leg bag, or directly to the catheter.
- Sizes relate to the diameter or width of the penis.
- Read the Paralogic Male External Catheter Size Guide (PDF which opens in a seperate tab)
- Read the Paralogic Male External Catheter Usage Guide (PDF which opens in a seperate tab)
Try a sample pack
- Receive over $14 of value for $4. See what's in a sample pack.
- Offer is available for one sample 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 seperate tab)
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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.