The dildo starts off with a nicely-shaped head which is quite well-proportioned. From the front it has a traditional bell shape to it, and it flares out at the corona leaving it slightly wider than the shaft. Looking at it from the side it’s actually not all that thick, so it does have the effect of leaving a nice taper in place for you to take advantage of during use. The glans is largely smooth, though it does have around half a dozen small raised bumps along the surface of it, which appear to be anatomical peculiarities particular to Dolph, though I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them when watching him in action. While they don’t really detract in any marked way, I think that possibly there’s such a thing as too much realism, and I can’t see anyone complaining had they just chosen to shave them off the mould. At the top of the head is a long deep meatus (the opening into the urethra), and it’s captured so well that you could really imagine probing it with your tongue were you fortunate enough to have the opportunity to give the real Dolph Lambert a blow job. Directly below the meatus a subtle frenulum connects the head to the shaft, as indicated by some folds in the skin. Given their European roots the guys from Bel Ami are some of the few Fleshjack Boys who aren’t circumcised, so you get the bonus of some extra detailing at the top of the shaft of where the foreskin sits. Dolph’s foreskin really seems to hug the rim of the head quite tightly when retracted, and it bunches up against the corona. In a way its close proximity does take something away from the head, as without that clear step down from head to shaft the impact and prominence of it is lessened. It’s different to on the Kevin model, where there was a good 1/8″ gap between the ridge of the glans and the fold of skin, and it does make you want to reach out and pull the foreskin down further, if only these things weren’t immobile on dildos. It also makes an interesting contrast with the Jason Visconti dildo, where the much looser foreskin smooths out over the shaft and is barely noticeable. Aside from around the head the whole shaft has a largely uniform thickness, and it curves upwards slightly towards the tip much in the same way as the Kevin Warhol dildo does. The underside of the shaft has a lovely thick and pronounced central column, which not only makes it look impressive and strangely mighty, but which also gives it an almost circular cross-section. At the base of the shaft is an impressive-looking pair of large and asymmetric balls. The left testicle is notably much larger than the right, and it sits higher and closer to the shaft, giving it more depth in the dildo too. On the whole it’s a pretty attractive dildo, but I think that largely I like it as a Dolph Lambert fan, rather than as an impartial observer. From an objective standpoint there are dildos with an aesthetic which better meets my perfect penis criteria, so perhaps it doesn’t entirely stand on its own, but then I am renowned for my fussiness. I certainly wouldn’t kick its owner out of bed.
The nice tapered head allows the dildo to slip quite easily into the body, in spite of its overall size, and the soft silicone feels gentle and comfortable against the sphincter. As you pass over the coronal ridge, and the fold of foreskin below, you feel a slight bump initially as the head pops inside, and then as the shaft follows you become aware of how wonderfully filling the girth feels. Due to the high level of realism in the dildo all the minute detail of the skin and veins that’s captured in the surface creates a small amount of texture, which in turn causes a degree of drag. It’s a level of drag which is more noticeable on this dildo than the others, but you’re only really aware of it at the start as the more your sphincter relaxes during use the more the slight texture fades into the background. Use of a thick, high-quality, anal lube also helps minimise this feeling further if you’d rather avoid it.
You have a couple of options of how you can choose to use the dildo; the balls at the base make a convenient handle to grab onto and manually thrust with, but their size and broad footprint also give the dildo a low centre of gravity, so you can stand it upright somewhere and ride it without it toppling over. Because the dildo has a nice thick shaft, without too much curve, it has enough structural integrity to allow you to squat over it and insert it without having to guide the tip in by hand. This is quite useful in case you get too energetic during play and slip off the end, as you can just drop back down again and have it inside you without fussing around. At the same time the material still manages to maintain enough flex to allow the dildo to bend around all inside the body and give a really comfortable ride by adapting to the internal shape of the anatomy.
The total insertable length of the dildo is such that most people will probably be able to make use of the majority of it straight away, and that leaves you with just under an inch or so to play around with and try to get inside as you progress. Because the tip of the dildo is quite nice and soft you can afford to be fairly rough when messing around with it, without worrying about discomfort, and a vigorous thrusting session is likely to result in you inserting the dildo deeper than you expected to be able to. It doesn’t really matter that much which way you insert the dildo, as the subtle curve doesn’t affect the performance greatly, but it can be fun just to play around and see if you discover a slight preference for one way more than the other. Either way it’s a pretty nice toy for getting some prostate stimulation, as the thick shaft rubs back and forth across it you thrust. I really do enjoy this dildo for thrusting; the girth of it just feels wonderful, and you get that nice little bit of stretch in the sphincter, as well as a full feeling which extends deep inside you. It’s probably not the ideal dildo for a beginner, simply in terms of its thickness – Kevin is a much more suitable candidate in that regard. For any Dolph Lambert fan out there though, it’s definitely a size that’s worth working up to, as it feels great when it’s in, and you get that bonus mental factor of knowing just who it is who’s inside you.
The dildo comes packaged inside a cardboard box, but something a little more than just an ordinary box. The box is black for the most part, and adorned with various brand logos and images of Dolph holding his dildo, but the front of the box is actually a door which can be opened. The flap is held down with velcro, but once opened you can see the contents of the box inside clearly through a plastic window. The dildo is held securely inside the box by a plastic tray which is moulded to the shape of it. On the whole the packaging is nice and it’s perfectly suited to storing the dildo in long term.
Overall I’d have to say that I’m just as impressed with this dildo as I have been with every other product I’ve tried from Fleshjack in the past. When it comes to making highly-detailed realistic dildos Fleshjack really are the master at this. There are currently 13 in total to collect, and I’m almost halfway there now with my 6. The Dolph Lambert is a lovely dildo which will appeal to both fans of the man, and fans of girth, especially those looking for something filling to please the prostate. It may not quite make it into my top 3 if I were to rank them all, but that doesn’t mean that is still isn’t a great piece, and I can happily give my full recommendation to it.
The Dolph Lambert dildo is available from Esmale where you can get an extra 10% off when you use the code ‘INCEND10’ at the checkout.
Alternatively you can purchase it directly from Fleshjack, along with the other Bel Ami boys: