A Chinese company announced that its Aoni condom has achieved the honor of "World's Thinnest Condom" in the Guinness World Records. The thickness is only 0.0036 millimeters, beating Japan's Okamoto condom, the previous record holder with 0.038 millimeters.

Here's the video from China Daily:

The brand new Aoni condom was invented by Victor Chan, a Canadian engineering grad who grew up in Vancouver, graduated from the University of British Columbia, and then joined his family's condom-manufacturing business in Hong Kong.

The Aoni condom is currently only available in Asia. It is already approved by Health Canada, and the next target is the North America market, according to Victor Chan.The very proud and happy Victor Chan also said the company is working on a vibrating condom with electronic parts in it and claims the breakthrough will revolutionize the condom industry.


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By the way, a millimeter is a unit of length equal to one thousandth of a meter and equivalent to 0.03937 of an inch.