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20 December 2013 @ 06:24 pm
I bought a fleurcup (large) in late October 2012. I read some people online said that fleurcup is firmer than is sckoon cup. But fleurcup is sooooo soft, i can't get it to pop open when it's in me! I tried running it in cold water, spinning, pressing with finger to let air in. Is sckoon cup softer or is fleurcup? I need a cup that is soft enough to catch clots but firm enough to open. Also, I need high capacity. I've bought 3 cups already, and i haven't found my goldilocks cup yet. Lunette size 1 is best in terms of shape and squishyness, but it doesn't hold enough and the size 2 is wayyyyy too hard. Any suggestions for me?
trejoytrejoy on December 21st, 2013 03:51 am (UTC)
I had the same problem with the Lunette 2 stiffness!

Something to keep in mind, cup shape could also be a factor in comfort and ease of opening.

I think the Cuplee is tied with Si-Bell for most flexible. The Cuplee was just a tad too long for me, but it's a great cup for capacity and it opened well.

My Sckoon has been consistent for comfort, capacity (no leaks!) and the right length. In addition to cold water, a trick for opening the Sckoon is to make sure one of the air holes is in the fold. And it's more comfortable for me than the Fleur.
juliakwong on December 21st, 2013 04:21 am (UTC)
thanks for responding. :D

Which is softer: fleur or sckoon?
trejoytrejoy on December 21st, 2013 05:06 pm (UTC)
The flexibility is close to the same, but because of the construction of the cup (shape of the body and rim, thickness of the walls) I prefer the softness of the Sckoon, particularly the way it sits internally.
juliiie87juliiie87 on December 27th, 2013 07:37 pm (UTC)
I don't have a Sckooncup, but from all accounts the LARGE Sckoon should be the softest, while the SMALL Fleurcup (and probably the small Sckoon) are somewhat firmer/thicker and closer to a SMALL Lunette.