The company announced that it would pull specific groups of Durex Real Feeling Condoms from Canada shelves after they failed to pass durability durability tests.
"There are no security issues for consumers, and only certain batches are affected," the company said in a statement.
Health Canada, The National Health Service issued its own warning after the announcement, saying that the affected condoms are not expected to meet the registered explosion specification at the end of its shelf life.
The department announced that there was a similar recall for Durex Real Feel Condoms in July.
RB states that no other Durex products are affected outside the specified batch numbers.
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