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07 March 2014 @ 01:01 am
I've been having trouble with my account. Sorry to post a new thread but the other is sort of buried.
The "totally free" sample that I was supposed to be sent turned out to need $50 for shipping (!). I could kick myself now because I bought the same knockoff on EBay for $10.50(free ship) but after reading about chemical smells and such I am not too sure about using it. I am almost hoping it gets lost so I can be refunded. I have a $23 credit on amazon and saw that Yuuki was $25 for 2, a soft and a classic or a small and large. Has anyone had issues with yuuki? I apparently have a high cervix and the yuuki length seems good. As well as capacity.
Thoughts? Or is there some better on amazon?
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m03m on March 7th, 2014 02:04 pm (UTC)
Yuuki has been on the market for a good long time, has its share of enthousiastic users, and I've not heard of any quality issues.
Luceafaraluceafara on March 7th, 2014 03:52 pm (UTC)
And that's a good price! I have not heard of quality issues either.
daydreaming07daydreaming07 on March 8th, 2014 12:29 am (UTC)
I'm not certain with how well they work yet as I haven't tested them but I just bought a yuuki large classic and a yuuki large soft with infuser cup through the deal on Amazon and I have to say the shipping didn't take as long as I had expected and I really like the feel of the cups. They feel like they are much better quality than the Rainbow cup I had bought. For me it wound up being $29.90 with shipping for both cups and the infuser.
clara_48089 on March 8th, 2014 02:52 am (UTC)
I love my Yuuki! I have a high cervix and it's fairly easy to remove. The stem is long & soft, & it has great grip rings on the bottom.never had a problem popping open either. :-)
Konichiwa Cobrakonichiwacobra on March 8th, 2014 09:03 pm (UTC)
I LOVE my Yuuki cups (I have 3!). I've had no issues whatsoever and I've used them for years.
90subaru on March 9th, 2014 03:42 am (UTC)
Thanks for the advice everyone. Has anyone had any issues with yuuki being too short? I got the china one in the mail and tried and tried to get it in (dry run) just to get a feel for using cups and finally realized I wasn't putting it in far enough. I got it in and almost panicked because of how far it went in. The total length of this one is 3 and a quarter inches, so yuuki is a bit shorter. I guess I need to get over it. I have just worried myself with stories of "lost cups" but I just read where someone said you can spoon them out if you have to. Plus shouldn't it help since cervixes sit shorter during cycles?
m03m on March 9th, 2014 09:38 pm (UTC)
Most cup users find that their cervix sits lower during the menstruation part of their cycle, yes, that is correct. And the Yuuki is not a particularly short cup. You'll most likely do fine.