Eco-Cup (Lybera) – review
The cup I have tried is the “Eco-cup”, but I am assuming it is the same as the Lybera, so if that is true, then this review would be the same for both.
I got the large size in pink and the small size in clear. The cups have a nice “frosted” sort of “peach skin” silicone. While I don’t like the colour pink, I do find this darker, almost magenta pink that some of the cups have to be quite pretty. So I’d probably pick that coloured one over the clear one.
The holes on both cups weren’t punched all the way through. Basically they were punched through right up to the outside edge, so that there was like a thin film of silicone covering the holes, with like a pin prick through the film. The clear (small) one only had 1 hole that was affected, the larger one had 2 and a half holes affected (5 holes in each cup). When the holes are not punched out fully like this, the blood can get trapped in there, so they need to be manually cleared.
The large cup also has a little flaw in the silicone along the rim at the top – where there is often a line around the rim, in the pink cup it almost looks like there was an airbubble in the silicone there? You can sort of see it in the photo below. They are otherwise good looking and feel nice to touch.
The stems are a hollow tube with a spiral pattern on them. As with most of the hollow tube stems, I found the stem irritating to wear, so I would have to trim the stems off/down.
The grip around the base of the cup has “Made in Italy” and a roman numeral for the size marking (I = small and II = large)
In “Squishyness”, The small measured at 28mm and the large at 26mm. (“Squish test” info here)
The small size cup I had no trouble getting to open up. The large size cup did have a few issues – where I had to press against the vaginal wall to give it space to open up. Both cups did not leak and felt comfortable to wear and insert, other than the stem issue.
These cups were kindly donated to me by Coppetta Mestruale for review. Thank you 🙂
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