Bex Talks Sex Reviews The Cadet Silicone Dildo

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The Cadet silicone dildo confuses me, it confused me from the moment I pulled it from it’s packaging to the moment I pulled it from my vagina. It’s appearance alone confounds me, and it’s shape made me question things I thought I knew for sure about my own body. The Cadet is soft yet firm, detailed yet abstract. It is a g-spot’s dream come true or worst nightmare, depending on the day, time, lunar cycle, and whimsy of the gods. Hell, sometimes it can be both. I suppose the best way to understand this enigma of a cock is to start at the beginning.

Upon opening the packaging you are greeted by an astoundingly detailed glans. The silicone is etched with small lines creating a very realistic skin-like appearance. That coupled with the ever so slightly off center frenulum, pronounced coronal ridge, and even the urethral hole at the tip makes for a very life-like toy. Well, that is, until you remove it the rest of the way from the packaging. Comparatively, the shaft looks like an unfinished canvas. The length of it is almost entirely smooth with none of the subtle etching that was focused on the tip. The only detailing consists in some veining along the top of the shaft, which appears less realistic and more abstract, and a ridge along the bottom of the shaft. It’s not that I am opposed to impressive realism, or that I’m particularly disappointed if it isn’t there, it’s just the combination of the two styles on one Frankendick that feels disjointed and awkward. Almost as if it were created by two different people.

The Cadet is made of silicone, which is really one of the only materials acceptable for a realistic toy due to the simple fact that it is the softest of the totally body safe materials. Sure, you could make a “realistic” style toy out of glass or stainless steel or wood, but the sheer nature of the material will mean that the toy will not come out as all that realistic. One of the things that drew me to this toy was reviews I had read describing how soft this silicone is. In my mind, when it comes to silicone, the softer the better. I’m not gonna lie, I love my Njoy stainless steel, and my firm Tantus silicone for g-spotting but when I’m looking for a straight-up instertable toy, I prefer them on the softer end of the spectrum.

The Cadet though, well, it’s not as soft as I’d like. I had a bit of trouble describing how firm it is because it flexes and wiggles very easily under pressure but when I squeeze my fingers over the head or shaft it has very little squish. It is much softer than Tantus’ standard firm silicone, it is a tad softer than the inner core of their dual density toys but firmer than the outer layer. Compared to Vixskin it is no where near as soft as the delicious outer layer and is probably even a little firmer than the inner core.

While the Cadet managed to confuse my eyes, and my hands didn’t quite know what to make of it, I thought for sure my vagina would understand it, after all my vagina knows all.

Apparently, I was wrong.

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Posted on February 25, 2014 and filed under dildo, pleasureworks, silicone.