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13 August 2014 @ 10:35 pm
Hi :D

Another brand?
The cup has a different stem.
Two sizes.
Five colours.
Quitteriequitterie on August 15th, 2014 08:05 am (UTC)
I contacted the company on facebook..

There are two holes under the rim.

As for the dimensions :
"Large Size - 6.9 X 4.5 X 1.2 cm 30 ml capacity
Small Size - 6.2 X 4.2 X 1.2 cm 25 ml capacity

I forgot to mention that the length 6.9 (large) and 6.2 (small) include the length of the stem. Stem size is the same for both cup - 1.2 cm"

About the name :
"The name - EvaCup comes from the idea that Eva means "FULL OF LIFE". We want every woman using EvaCup during their menstrual cycle to be blessed and is full of life! Feeling energetic, spirited and vivacious! Cheers! XOXO"
Quitteriequitterie on August 15th, 2014 03:21 pm (UTC)
The company Anigan, Inc. is located in USA.
m03m on August 16th, 2014 09:37 am (UTC)
Nice range of colours. I like the purple.
Jennifer Monoteasy2begreen on August 19th, 2014 12:40 am (UTC)
Quitteriequitterie on September 9th, 2014 03:45 am (UTC)
Hello^ I received a small Evacup! It is rather refined.. In particular, it has a very pleasant/soft surface texture, its two holes don't seem too small and they are neatly punctured. ;) A cup with a good softness, too - thus not 'too soft' either. And a nice (short) stem.
Sarah LuiSarah Lui on September 12th, 2014 09:35 pm (UTC)
Second cup
Hi, hope you don't mind my comment but I feel it would benefit you maybe and future viewers.

I've had a diva cup for a few years and, well, decided it was time for a change. I just ordered an eva cup. I like the stem, the dimensions of the small look right and I wanted to try something different. The thing I did not like about the diva cup was it's open stem, I really found it to be tedious to clean an unnecessary trap. One clear pro was that the eva cup costs a lot less than the diva, perhaps because it is a new brand? Well I sure do hope the 15 year guarantee holds out, lol, I doubt I will use it for the entire 15 years though.
Quitteriequitterie on September 13th, 2014 09:04 pm (UTC)
Re: Second cup
Hi Sarah :o) It's cool to read your viewpoint. I just added a bit more about the Eva, too, right below. I hope you'll be glad with it!
Quitteriequitterie on September 13th, 2014 08:59 pm (UTC)
A little more about the cup..
On the inside, there are 7.5ml and 15ml inscriptions, as well as the number "1" for the size, on the opposite side. The ml and "1" inscriptions are not sitted under the holes, but are at a 90° angle from both holes - if that's clear hum ha. Just for the detail. ;o)

I first tried it on a dry run, and it's been very fine! A satisfying opening up. For removal, I think the stem can be helpful, as the grippings on the base are fine-discreet, a little slippery. But it's been okay, nonetheless.
After, I trimmed the whole stem, since the stems always annoy me anyway, hep'. The only slightly negative thing is about the 'seam' from the mould (along the side of the rim), even if it is not rough or anything : Hum a seam as on pretty much all the cups. It just chafed me a little. Well, now it's been a few months I'm a little more sensitive in the vaginal area. (Still, tbh, I'd simply love it if more cups could be entirely seam-less. Since cups represent the kingdom of comfort, lol. ;) )

Ah, I've been needing the Evacup this week, as my period came. From my experience with it, I can say it genuinely is a good cup! I like that it's truly simple to fold, easy to handle, and it's been efficient to hold the blood.
daisyyx3daisyyx3 on September 24th, 2014 12:34 am (UTC)
Good review! Thank you. :) I'm inclined to try out the Eva cup but kind of worried about the seams since my LadyCup is seamless. Is it intolerable? Or do you forget about it after a while?
Quitteriequitterie on September 24th, 2014 08:12 am (UTC)
Thanks! :o) Oh no, it's fine. The seam is bearable. I guess you can also try different folds, so that it may 'irritate' less, so to speak (maybe the punchdown?)
But I didn't feel it on every insertion either, notably.
You also get used to it/to the feeling, without it being intolerable ;).
And this seam is less sharp than on some other cups.

I found the Eva easier to remove than the Lady - less slippery, in particular he.
Cheers x
cupsforeveryonecupsforeveryone on April 12th, 2015 10:42 pm (UTC)
Hello! Can you please compare the Evacup to the Small soft Yuuki. I am interested in which one is softer.
Quitteriequitterie on April 13th, 2015 10:45 am (UTC)
Hello :-) Of course!.. To me, the small Evacup feels softer than the small soft Yuuki. For instance, the Yuuki's material is thicker.
Well, I've bought this Yuuki several years ago, and it may have changed since, but on some forums, I've read the soft Yuuki rather was in the medium range, softness-wise. ;-)