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Introducing Lena Cup- a new Menstrual Cup!

On July 1 a new menstrual cup brand was announced, called Lena Cup.  This brand is made in California and has been registered with the FDA.  I was was sent a Size Small and Size Large to test and have compared it to other cups in order to help those of you who may be interested but who don’t have enough information on it yet.  Right now it’s only on Amazon.com in the US for now.

the new Lena Cup

The Lena Cup size Small and Size Large differ greatly, as shown above.  For those already familiar with other brands this cup is similar to the Sckoon and Fleur cup brands in many ways.  It has a firmer bottom than Sckoon and is comparable in firmness and shape to Fleur.  The stem is very flat and thin.  There are no seams in this cup.  The Small will hold 25 ML and the Large will hold 30 ML.  Look for The Eco-Friendly Family (one of our PACII Posse) to add this cup to her incredible Menstrual Cup Comparison Chart soon.

Size 1 Menstrual Cups - Put A Cup In ItI’ve lined up several Size 1/Size Small/Size A cups in the brands I had on hand.  In this Small line-up we have Lily Cup Compact, Lunette, Meluna, Lena, DivaCup, and the standard Lily Cup.

Size 2 Menstrual Cups - Put A Cup In ItI’ve also lined up sever Size 2/Size Large/Size B cups in the brands I had available to me.  Lily Cup Compact, Moon Cup (US version), Sckoon, Lena, Meluna, DivaCup, and Lily Cup are represented here.

The PACII crew are really excited about the potential of this cup as a higher capacity, bell shaped cup with a firm bottom.  We believe it will be a “Goldilocks” for many women, and possibly even ourselves!  It will be about 2.5 weeks before I’m able to test drive this one so for now I can only examine it by touch and not function.

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You can order Lena Cup now from Amazon.com in the US.

19 thoughts on “Introducing Lena Cup- a new Menstrual Cup!

  • jess

    How does it compare volume wise to the meluna regular length.

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  • Yasmeen

    How does it compare to the meluna classic size L in terms of firmness? I was also considering getting a fleurcup, I think the shape is similar. How does the Lena compare to fleurcup?

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  • Léna

    Incredible, it looks like there is a cup with my name !
    I’m definitely fond of it 🙂

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    • Léna

      I can’t find it in french… I’d like to read french feedbacks on Amazon in order maybe to try it by myself and make a review in french on my website ( http://coupemenstruelle.net/ ) but I only find english ones… Would you eventually have a link for this cup in french?
      Thanks in advance,
      Léna

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