The company Mentor has recently been purchased by Coloplast.
Having to change suppliers again, just when I think I have it figured out.

It's so nice, the new supplier has just sent me catheters without asking
if I have a brand or type preference (sarcasm).

So I have a box of Coloplast Self-Cath Plus hydrophilic catheters.

I have been quite happily using Bard Vinyl catheters, and Cure Vinyl catheters. A sachet of lubricant and a vinyl glove and I can cath anywhere.

I've never used hydrophilic catheters and these come with pretty scant instructions, I've googled a bunch and all the hydrophilic catheters I find online come with their own water or lubricant supply and seem very cool.

These do not come with their own water or lubricant supply.

So I break the packet open and add regular faucet water?
How much water is required?

So this means I have to carry a bottle of water around with me as I'm not
always in a bathroom or in a bathroom where I can access the water supply.

Or can I use my usual sachet of lubricant with them?

I have to admit I haven't used these yet and they are sounding like a hassle in comparison. Does anyone use these and like them ?

Thanks for any input.