Lunette Cup vs Diva Cup

Lunette Cup vs Diva Cup

The lunette cup and Diva cup are two of the most popular menstrual cups on the market. If you’re shopping these two brands, you may be wondering what the major differences are and which is right for you. As a lunette and Diva cup user, I have personal experience and some product information to share. Here are the lunette cup and diva cup up close & personal.

lunette cup vs diva cup

If you’re shopping for a menstrual cup, and are between the Lunette cup and Diva cup, I think a few details can help you decide. While these two cups may appear similar at first glance, there are some differences that matter a whole lot to your vagina.

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Lunette cup (blue) vs Diva cup (white/clear)

Below, you see the Diva size 2 and the Lunette Model B. In my hand, the Lunette feels more firm than the Diva cup size 2. However, Lunette reports that their Model B (Large) is more firm than their Model A (small) cup. The Diva cup reports the difference in their cup models, two exist, is cup diameter and volume but length remains about the same.

Both cups have a 46mm (1.81 inches) diameter or the measurement around the circle that goes near your cervix. However, the Diva cup is significantly longer and has a hollow and short tubular stem. The Lunette has a flat and longer stem for retrieval. Stems on both models can be trimmed as needed.

Both of these cups hold 30ml and have measuring lines. Take a look at the models below and the comparison chart.

lunette cup vs diva cup

lunette cup vs diva cup

lunette cup vs diva cup

lunette cup vs diva cup

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If you’re deciding between these cups, I hope this review has helped. If you are looking at the small model of each cup you should know that the Diva Model 1 is the same length, but a smaller diameter which is the only real difference between models. The Lunette has significant differences between the small and large including a smaller diameter, softer silicone, smaller length and less volume at 25 ml compared to 30. These length differences can really matter to users with a longer or shorter cervix height.

See my full Lunette Cup Review comparing their large and small model.

Which cup do you use?

lunette cup vs diva cup

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Disclosure: This post makes no attempts at making individual diagnoses or recommendations. Please consult your health care provider for that stuff.

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