Create a cell phone case. Insert your cell phone into a Trojan Non-Lubricated Condom to create a waterproof case (turn a lubricated condom inside out first).
Make a fishing bobber. Inflate a Trojan Condom slightly, tie a knot in the open end, and tie it to your fishing line as a bobber.
Protect fuse igniters. During the Vietnam War, SEALS used condoms as sheaths to keep fuse igniters dry and ready.
Make an ice pack. Fill a Trojan Condom with water, like a water balloon, tie a knot in the open end, and place in the freezer to create an emergency ice pack.
Improvise a float. Inflate and tie knots in two Trojan Condoms, tie a shoelace to the knot in each condom, and position the wear the shoelace around your back and under your arms.
Store matches. A Trojan Condom doubles as a waterproof container for matches.
Protect a rifle. To keep debris or rainwater out of the barrel of a rifle, place a Trojan Condom over the muzzle.
Improvise a sterile glove. Wear a Trojan Condom on your hand or around several fingers to treat a wound and prevent infection.
Store tinder. Store dry fire tinder inside a Trojan Condom to protect it from wet or rainy weather conditions.
Make a camping shower. Fill a Trojan Condom with water and hang it from a tree. Gently poke four or five holes in it. Instant shower. (Do not use a condom for its intended purpose after poking holes in it.)
Protect an injured dog or cat paw from getting wet in the rain. Unroll a Trojan Non-Lubricated Condom on the dog’s foot. Or use four condoms to protect your dog’s paws from rock salt when walking in the snow.
Improvise a water container. Fill a Trojan Condom with water, like a water balloon, to transport or store water in this expandable container.
Make a slingshot. Construct a slingshot from a Y-shaped tree branch and a Trojan Condom.
Prevent large sausages from splitting. Place large sausages inside Trojan Condoms to prevent them from splitting open when cooking. Just make sure the pot does not boil dry.
Make a stress ball. Fill a Trojan Condom with sand or flour, and tie a knot in the open end.
Fashion a tourniquet. Tying a Trojan Dondom around a bleeding appendage works as a tourniquet.
Make a chocolate bowl. Simply inflate the Trojan Condom to the size of grapefruit. Melt four ounces of Hershey’s Baking Chocolate, and one ounce Land O Lakes Butter together and put in a bowl, dip the balloon in about half way, swaying the balloon side to side and back and forth. Sit the balloon on a piece of Cut-Rite Wax Paper, let dry, then use a pair of scissors to snip a hole in the condom to slowly deflate. Peel of the condom and you have a chocolate bowl to fill with sweets.