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Posted on January 1, 2018 .

Reviews By A Nerd - The Dorcel Real Double Do Silicone Dildo


The Dorcel Real Double Do dildo is a affordable double sided dildo, seriously it’s only $50! That’s an amazing deal for a silicone dildo, let alone a silicone double sided dildo. You can use it solo or with a partner. I’ve only ever used it by myself, but this toy would be really fun to use with someone else! When using it solo, it’s possible to be able to use it anally and vaginally at the same time, but it might take a little bit of effort since the silicone is pretty firm.


This dildo is made out of silicone. Silicone is great because it’s body safe, water proof, phthalate free among other things! The texture on this toy feels great. You get two different sensations since each side has different texture. One side has three ridges under the head and the other side doesn’t have any texture under the head. There is a bit of vein detailing on the botom half of the dildo. The firmness of this toy is pretty firm, I would compare it to Tantus firm. With that being said, it is bendable enough to be able to use it for double penetration.


The design of the Dorcel Real Double Do dildo is a double sided dildo with both sides being realistic looking. So, if realistic looking dildos aren’t really your thing, you might not like this one. There is a slight seam that goes from one side to the other. It doesn’t bother me and you can’t really feel it, but you can see it in photos. There’s a head on each side with a bit of texture covering most of the shaft. The dildo has a total length of 16.5 inches and the largest diameter is 1.5 inches. The side with no texture under the head is slightly smaller then the other side. I received mine in a bright pink color, but it also comes in black. There's more...


Posted on November 12, 2015 and filed under dildo, silicone, dorcel.

Aerie's Room Reviews The Shilo Pack And Play Silicone Dildo


The New York Toy Collective Shilo has become my #1 favorite silicone dildo.

The toy’s bright, beautiful tie-dyed lime and turquoise create the most amazingly delicious dildo color combo I’ve laid eyes on. But besides its handsome good looks, Shilo is the dildo I very frequently reach for when it’s orgasm time.

Why is it so good?

Squishy Excellentness

Shilo is crafted from a very soft, pliable, flexible silicone, with a strong bendable core. The squish level of the silicone paired with toy’s girth gives me the feeling of fullness I love, without being bulky or uncomfortable. Shilo also features a large pronounced head, which is perfectly shaped and sized for massaging my G-spot with every thrust.

I’m personally not a fan of glossy silicone – I find Shilo’s subtle matte texture feels more realistic, creating a pleasurable drag to the surface during use. Because of this subtle texture, I can feel each stroke of the dildo inside of me. With many dildos, my thrusting tends to be shallow, since I often prefer slow grinding motions (especially with girthy toys). When I use Shilo, I’ve found I vary my thrusting motions more. To me, longer strokes with Shilo are immensely pleasurable, in comparison to longer strokes with a good amount of other dildos I’ve used.

The one and only negative I’ve found with Shilo is that this dildo consumes lube at an alarming rate – something I’ve found is common with the similarly realistic-feeling VixSkin silicone as well. So just make sure your lube bottle is at-the-ready.

Bendy Wonderfulness

Shilo is designed as a “Pack and Play” dildo, meaning the bendable core is in part meant for harnessing the dildo and tucking it away in your pants, ready at any moment to whip it out for fucking. As a skinny 5-foot tall person, I wouldn’t be able to pack Shilo unless I wanted a very obviously ENORMOUS bulge in my pants, so I can’t speak much to this function, but others have applauded its Pack and Play abilities.

For me, the strong, bendable wire core allows for in-the-moment customization, to get the perfect angle for whatever you need. Lying down flat and wanting the base to curve toward you for an easy masturbation handle? Yep. Going at it reverse cowgirl on a Liberator Wing, needing a dildo that bends backwards? Check. More comfortable positioning during strap-on play with a partner? Totally! There's more...


Posted on November 10, 2015 and filed under dildo, new york toy collective, packer, silicone.

Beck And Her Kinks Tantus Uncut #1 Dual Density Dildo Review


When Tantus released the new dual density uncut dildos, I can’t say I decided I needed one right then and there. No. It was Toy Meets Girl review that convinced me that I needed to get my hands on one. SheVibe was kind enough to send me the Tantus Uncut #1 in cream free of charge in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

I’ve been up close and person with my fair share of cocks; however, I can say I’ve never seen an uncircumcised cock in person. I’ve discussed this with a number of others and discovered that this wasn’t uncommon especially considering the overall prevalence of circumcision from 1999 – 2002 was 79% within the U.S.. Previous years having even higher percentages for prevalence of circumcision. More recent numbers (2005) show a significant decrease (56%). You can read more on Wikipedia.

I decided on the Tantus Uncut #1 because it was bigger. 0.15″ in diameter and 1″ in length bigger than the #2. Now that I have the #1 in my hands, I probably should have went with the #2 instead because of the length.

The Uncut #1 measures 8.5″ in length with only 7.45″ being insertable. The fullest circumference would be the coronal ridge, which is 5.5 (1.75″ diameter). The rest of the shaft maintains a circumference between 4.35″ and 4.75″. The shaft is thicker at the head and slims as you go farther down to the base. The base has a 2.5″ diameter. There's more...


Posted on September 30, 2015 and filed under dildo, silicone, tantus.

Dangerous Lilly Reviews The Fun Factory Patchy Paul G5


I finally have a Fun Factory vibrator that I can recommend. I’ve been underwhelmedoverstuffedhad pubic hairs ripped output to sleep, and bored. I tried out the G4 version of the Patchy Paul and Big Boss and was let down – I’d read about big vibrations with deep rumbles and I expected delivery. We know how much I love big rumbles and lots of power. And they were rumbly, but the large amount of silicone meant that the vibrations had a lot of fighting to do to stay strong and avoid dampening. I was so underwhelmed by my G4 vibrators that I never even reviewed them. So when the Patchy Paul G5 was offered for review I jumped on it, hoping for something to back me up on my overall feelings about the company. 

You see, I’ve always liked Fun Factory, in theory. Their vibes have never worked for me but this pissed me off a lot less than when Lelo vibes didn’t work for me. Fun Factory has always had cool designs, albeit with some high prices (remember the Sinnflut line?). They’ve always been different enough, unique, “fun”, but without boasting lame/non-existent “revolutionary tech” or trying to claim absolutes. With the G5 vibrators you can experience flex and give, unlike the silicone-skin-over-hard plastic like Je Joue, Lelo, and many more. 

Fun Factory also usually has a very draggy silicone – matte finish with a texture that means even I need lube. Fun Factory silicone is a bit of a lube hog, so be sure to stock up – water-based, hybrid or coconut oil is fine. But unlike a lot of companies, Fun Factory doesn’t focus on the gendered colors. Patchy Paul G5 is available in Neon Orange and Green, as well as light Pink. 

Another upgrade to the Patchy Paul G5, and the whole G5 line, is that the controls are just a lot better vs the G4 line and even many other vibrators on the market. They kind of idiot-proofed it. If you try to just hit the + to turn it on, the red Fun button blinks to remind you to start there. This isn’t brand new for Fun Factory; the Stronic Drei and Amorino had it as well.  These are vibes for people who hate to read a manual just to work their vibrator. Unlike the G4 line, now there are two obvious little metal nubs that show where the Click n Charge magnetic charger will go (and the magnets are quite strong). You can’t screw up using this vibrator. You can hand this to anybody, even a total vibe newbie, and they’ll immediately understand how everything works. When you hit the Fun button it starts out in the middle of its vibratory range – there are two lower settings and 3 higher settings. Once you hit the + enough to get into Pattern Land you can cycle through the 6 basic patterns by continually hitting the + button. To leave Pattern Land you have to hit the minus button. Again it’s not super complicated and didn’t ever leave me feeling like I had to turn the vibrator off and back on again just to get myself back to straight vibrations. There's more...

Posted on September 17, 2015 and filed under fun factory, silicone, vibrator.

Erocentric Reviews The Lola Silicone Dildo From Vamp Silicone


The Vamp Lola is a semi-realistically shaped dildo with a slight upward curve and a pronounced head/coronal ridge (complete with a design that hints at a urethral opening). However, that’s where the realism ends; the surface is completely smooth, without a single vein or wrinkle — and the color options are far more creative than your basic skin tones, including beautiful marbling.

Overall, the dildo measures 6.5″ in length (5.5″ of which is insertable) and has a 1.5″ diameter at its widest point. It arrives in a simple, clear plastic tube stickered with basic information about Vamp Silicone products. Unfortunately, my packaging tube had an internal height that was slightly smaller than the actual dildo inside, cramping my Lola and prevented the tube from completely closing.

Vamp’s “regular skin” is a very firm silicone (similar to many Tantus products) with almost no give when you try to squish it between your fingers, and more of a subtle ability to flex rather than bend. It has what I would call a “semi-shiny” finish that attracts a lot of hair & can create a fair amount of drag if not lubricated properly — but can also become incredibly slippery due to its lack of texture. It’s 100% body-safe (non-porous & phthalate free) with a large round base, making it both harness-compatible and safe for anal play. It also has a hole for the addition of a vibrating bullet.

Surprisingly enough, I love the Vamp Lola! When it first arrived, I scoffed at the slight curve in the shaft. “There’s no way that’ll do anything for my G-spot,” I thought. “But hey, at least it’s pretty.” Oh… the naivety. There's more...

Posted on September 15, 2015 and filed under dildo, silicone, vamp silicone.

The Notice Reviews The L’Amourose Rosa Rouge G-Spot Vibrator


The product: L’Amourose Rosa Rouge Rechargeable Heated G-Spot Vibrator

L’Amourose’s Rosa Rouge is, I think I can fairly say, a vibrator like no other vibrator that you’ve ever tried before. Its shape, design, and heating element (yes, you heard that right) are entirely without compare, and the not-so-hidden tech geek in me gets a little thrill every time I pull this one out.

The Rouge difference: What makes the L’Amourose Rosa Rouge so utterly unique is that it’s a heated toy. As in, “designed to heat to a perfect 42 degrees Celsius,” (104 – 107˚F) which is a far cry from the usual, “accidentally heats up sometimes during use,” seen in most vibrators.

An upgraded version of the brand’s un-heated Rosa vibrator–which is otherwise identical–the Rosa Rouge maintains a steady 40-42˚C (normal internal body temp is about 37 degrees), warming up within a minute to skin temperature and reaching its final, toasty destination within 4 minutes.

Temperature play: The warmth of the Rosa is focused on the g-spot ridge and is limited to the insertable portion, leaving the base only barely warmed no matter how long it runs for — which I think is quite a shame, because temperature play is typically most effective at skin level.

That said, however, the Rosa is lovely both in and externally. (I guess 42 really is the answer to life, the universe, and everything.) For those who have never experienced temperature play, I would absolutely urge you to! For me, warm objects feel like satisfaction–not even sexual satisfaction, but like… that feeling you get when you step into a hot shower on a cold day; that’s just calm and quiet and good. Like a little moment outside of time, or a really great massage facial totally above-board spa treatment. There's more...


Posted on September 15, 2015 and filed under l'amourose, silicone, vibrator.

Ninja Sexology Reviews THE Eden’s Rabbit VIBRATOR


As I’ve said before, I don’t exactly love rabbit vibes.  But as much as those bunnies bug me, there are lots of folks who are bound and determined to get one.  I want to make sure I can recommend something good… or at least steer them clear of the really bad ones.  Enter the Eden’s Rabbit from Blush Novelties.

First off, the basics.  The Eden’s Rabbit is made of silicone and rechargeable, two definite points in its favor.  The silicone is velvety and matte in texture, and relatively lint-resistant compared to shinier silicone.  This vibrator is also waterproof.  Its charging port seals with a silicone plug.  The plug seems to be tight-fitting, definitely safe for cleaning and/or shower use.  If you plan to immerse the toy in water, check the plug carefully to make sure it is firmly in place.

There are 7 vibration settings on the Eden’s Rabbit, which you cycle through by pressing a button at the toy’s base.  The first three settings are varying levels of steady vibration in both motors, the rest are patterns.

The insertable portion of the Eden’s Rabbit is four inches long, flexible, 1.4 inches in diameter and slightly curved.  The motor is located in tip of the insertable portion, so the vibrations aren’t traveling through 3 inches of silicone before they can get to my G-spot.  The vibrations are respectably strong.  They are considerably more powerful than the battery powered Arielle but not as deep/rumbly as the Ina 2.  For the price point though ($53 at SheVibe as of this post), you’d be hard pressed to find a more robust rabbit.

My initial experience with the Eden’s Rabbit was far from paradise.  The rabbit ears, which felt soft and gently flexible to my fingers, immediately stabbed me right in the clit.  There was cursing, and my mood could be accurately summed up by the operatic stylings of Elmer Fudd. There's more...

Posted on September 14, 2015 and filed under silicone, vibrator.

Tease For Two Reviews The B Swish BBold Vibrator


When given the opportunity we are always down to try out a new rechargeable vibrator. So when the chance came up for us to review the BSwish BBold from our friends over at SheVibe we jumped at it.

Design - So lets start where we always start shall we? Whats it made out of? Well this is made out of ABS plastics with a PU and Silicone coating. Whats that mean exactly? Well it is water resistant but not waterproof, so don’t take this one with you in the hot tub. Since it does have a silicone coating we will give the warning we always give, please use a water based lubricant. A silicone based lubricant can warp the silicone and cause defects to the toy. The silicone exterior is super silky soft and we loved the feel of it. Washing it is easy with your favourite water based toy cleaner, or just with a cloth and warm soapy water being cautious of any seams. Speaking of seams when it comes to cleaning we didn’t find the seams on this to overly problematic. They were there yes but they weren’t deep and we didn’t find they got super dirty or build up in them like some do.

This Bswish BBold comes with a usb rechargeable cord, which we absolutely love rechargeable is our favourite. It takes around 4 hours to charge fully and you can use it with it’s 7 functions for up to 2 hours. A little more if you use it on and off or a little less if you use it on high for a long duration. It will stay well charged for around 60 days but we would still charge it up a little before use just to make sure it lasts for what you are wanting from it.

As we already said it has a grand total of 7 unique speeds, settings and pulsations which we have to admit is almost perfect. There was a speed there that would be perfect for almost anyone and we just kept testing them out to pick our absolute favourite which is so hard to choose. One of our favourite features of this vibrator was that it has a little groove in it that is perfect for broad stimulation of the clit. This with the vibration settings was an amazing experience. It is also super light weight as far as a vibrator goes so nothing to heavy so this limited any fatigue you might get. Though if you are getting fatigue you are not using the right tool for the job, but that is for another article.

Since silicone attracts lint like nobodies business, the people at Bswish decided that it would be a smart plan to include a beautiful little storage bag. We have to admit we love when companies add in a storage bag, it makes things so much easier. You have an easy little bag to hide it in and to make sure it doesn’t attract any dirt, dust or pet hair. There's more...

Posted on August 28, 2015 and filed under b swish, silicone, vibrator.

Beck And Her Kinks Reviews The Silhouette S19 Rabbit Vibrator


I have a love/hate relationship with rabbit vibrators, but when I seen the new Cal Exotics Silhouette line, I was intrigued. I studied the line and ultimately decided I wanted to test the S19. SheVibe was kind enough to provide the Silhouette S19 free of charge in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

Finding a rabbit vibrator that works for all anatomies is impossible. If you haven’t previously read my guide on understanding your anatomy and measuring for a rabbit vibrator, you really should. It is this reason that most will tell you that they loathe testing rabbit vibrators.

I use to hate rabbits. The distance between my clit and my urethra is 45 mm and this is a greater distance than the average and on top of that, I have a prominent pubic bone that doesn’t like curved shafts. When testing rabbit vibrators that others loved, like LELO Ina and Vantiy Vr6 – I experienced nothing but pain. It was rabbits like the Vanity Vr3 and Vr5.5 that I realized I just needed to find the right shape for my body. Since then I’ve gotten better at judging what would work for me based on the product images and the very little information on the product pages, which is why I decided upon the S19 over ones like the s15.

Cal Exotics isn’t exactly known for their high quality and luxury items. They’re known for being a large manufacturer of inexpensive items, which some are made of questionable materials. This makes a lot of people leery of testing their items. However, over the last few years, I’ve noticed that Cal Exotics is upping their game. For me, it started with the Scandal spreader bar and continued when I got to try some of the items from the Embrace line. The Silhouette line is a significant improvement. I’m seriously impressed.

The Silhouette line arrives in nice packaging. Way better than Cal Exotics sister brand JOPEN especially the Vanity line. The box doesn’t open like the usual book packaging. The side is magnetic and opens the back side of the packaging to introduce you to the vibrator you’ve purchased and the rest of the Silhouette line. You have to pull the front up in order to get to your vibrator. The vibrator is located behind a plastic cover which is over the the foam lining.

When I pulled the vibrator out, the first thing I noticed was that the “red” silicone was more hot pink than I would have liked. I thought that it might have been a mistake and I was accidentally sent the pink instead, but closer inspection of the box showed that I did indeed get a red one. After that, I just wanted to feel the vibrations, but was disappointed it needed to charge first.

Thankfully, the initial charge was over within quicker than I expected. The product page states that it takes about 2.5 hours to charge, but I could swear that every time I’ve charged mine it has been less time than that. This 2.5 hours of charge time is said to last about 2 hours on low and 1 hour on high. I’ve used mine, without charging in between, about 20 minutes on high 4 times before it dies on me and I need to recharge it.

The charger for the Silhouette line is the same as the majority of my JOPEN and Leaf toys, which is really nice. I have 100’s of chargers and having brands with universal chargers makes my life easier. I hate when each toy from a  line has a different style charger. Anyhow, the charger is a slender port that slides into the very bottom of the handle. The other end is meant to be plugged into a USB slot, but I almost always use an adapter because I find that toys charge faster when they are plugged into the outlet.

The S19 is triple motored: one in the tip, shaft and arm. These are independently controlled with the two buttons located on the handle. After charging, you must unlock the travel lock function. Hold in both buttons at the same time until the top button lights up just like the bottom button. Instead of clicking each button, you need to hold each button, separately, until the LED light turns on as well as the vibrations. It is only then you can click to cycle through the 5 available functions. For the S19, the bottom button controls the arm and the top button controls the two motors in the shaft. In order to turn off the vibrations, you need to hold in the buttons until the toy shuts off. To activate the travel lock, hold in both buttons until both LED lights turn off. When you turn the vibrator off, it will not remember the setting you last used. There's more...


Posted on August 25, 2015 and filed under cal exotic, silicone, vibrator.