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16 December 2015 @ 12:58 pm
Anybody know of a cup resistance chart that lists the Ladycup's rim instead of its body? The only one I can find has the Ladycup at a 2 (for the soft body) but the rim is definitely firmer than that.

Also, does anyone know if the large Ladycup is firmer or softer than the small, or is it about the same? I just received my economic-firmness small Yuuki and it's loads softer than my Lady, I'm worried I'll crush it because it's only slightly firmer than my Lunette 1. The Ladycup's rim resistance is perfect for me and I want a higher-capacity cup with that resistance because the Ladycup's capacity makes it just barely unsuitable for overnight use.
Kai: 2Cupskuradi8 on December 17th, 2015 03:29 pm (UTC)
For its dimensions, the large Ladycup doesn't have a whole lot of capacity. [edited to add:] It's "the same as" your small Lunette. Staying within a mm or two, the large Lunette, the large Fleur and the large (or is it one size?) SuperJennie each hold increasingly more.

Of those three, the Lunette is fairly stiff. The other two are squishy soft.

This post http://menstrual-cups.livejournal.com/3473209.html has some good comparison photos of the three.

Edited at 2015-12-17 04:01 pm (UTC)
perideaux on December 18th, 2015 07:29 am (UTC)
Unfortunately, I was hoping to find a small cup with the Ladycup's firmness, but with greater capacity. Large cups cannot work for me because I have an unusually narrow anatomy, for example I cannot check the small Lunette's rim unless I push up very hard on my bladder, because every other wall is "locked in" and the Lunette is a relatively wide cup. The larger the cup the more difficult/impossible it is for me to get open. I was curious to know if the large Ladycup was the same stiffness because I found squish comparison videos on Youtube but they only compare the large Ladycup.

I AM interested in the Fleurcup, though, because the Si-bell's shape works great for me and it stays open easier than the Lunette.