Fleshlight Freaks Cyborg Dildo

So my second Halloween-themed review this month is going to be the Fleshlight Freaks Cyborg dildo. Fleshlight originally released five different masturbators and matching dildos masturbators in the “Freaks” range back in 2011, especially for Halloween, and they must have been popular because they’re still on sale on the Fleshlight website two years later.

If I had my way then I’d own them all, because they look like wonderful ghoulish works of art, but I decided that if I was going to buy one then it needed to be not so creepy that I’d have trouble putting it inside me, and also of a design that looked physically pleasing. Being a texture fan, and also a bit of a science-fiction aficionado, I settled on the lovely Cyborg, and now it’s time to review it!

Anyone who follows my blog will know that I’m a big fan of the Fleshjack dildos, and I’ve already written reviews raving about six of them, but it seems a little strange this time to be talking about one which wasn’t actually modelled on a person.
The design of the Cyborg dildo is spectacular to look at, but also not quite in keeping with its name. At the risk of being pedantic a cyborg is a cybernetic organism, something which is half man and half machine, and I really don’t see a lot of the man component of this design. It’s definitely something which has been heavily inspired by robotics, so perhaps naming it the android would have been more fitting. If you examine the balls then you can see all sorts of engraved circuitry, and up the length of the shaft is nodes and nodules, and all manner of ridges which look as though they could easily have come from an alien race straight out of your favourite science-fiction film. It’s a testament to Fleshlight really that even when they’re designing a dildo from scratch they pack an incredible level of detail into it. It wouldn’t surprise me if they had someone there working on the designs who used to add greebles onto fictional spaceships. 
The dildo measures in at 8″ from base to tip, and of that you get 6″ which are insertable. The average girth measurement of the shaft is 5 1/2″ around, +/- 1/8″ depending on how pronounced the texture is in a given section. Overall I’d say it’s not a terrifying size, though the texture and detail tricks your eye into thinking that it’s bigger than it actually is. The base of the dildo is actually pretty hefty, measuring 3 1/4″ x 4″ x 2″, so in that instance you can believe what you see, and it gives the Cyborg a nice low centre of gravity helping it to stand upright almost anywhere.

Like all the Fleshjack dildos the Freaks are made from 100% platinum silicone, and they come in some incredibly vivid colours, especially the Cyborg’s stunning purple. Silicone is one of my favourite sex toy materials because most importantly it’s safe for the body, and is a medical / food grade material. It also happens to be entirely odourless and easy to clean and maintain. The silicone in the Fleshlight Freaks range seems to be a little bit firmer than the silicone used in the Fleshjack Boys dildos, and is interesting to note, but can possibly be explained by the fact that these are not intended to feel as realistic given that they’re not emulating a real person’s body part. While I would compare the firmness of the Fleshjack Boys dildos to the Tantus Pack ‘n’ Play, the Freaks dildos are more akin to any of your regular Tantus products. There’s a decent amount of give in the surface of the Cyborg, and you can bend the shaft around without too much effort, but it doesn’t have that plush quality of the Fleshjack Boys dildos. The other real difference to note is the finish, as the Cyborg has a lovely smooth shiny surface to it, whereas the Fleshjack boys have a very fine velvety texture caused by the grain of the skin being picked up by the silicone.

Like all Fleshlight products the build quality of the Cyborg dildo is exceptional. There isn’t a mould line in sight, which is all the more surprising given the complexity of the design, nor are there any pits, fissures, or other visible defects anywhere to be seen. One thing which does disappoint me somewhat though is that my dildo is seriously lopsided. I’m not sure if it’s a case of all of them being like this, or somehow mine just slipping through the cracks of quality control, but it has a major Leaning Tower of Pisa thing going on. If you look at the 360 degree product view they have on their website then the whole thing is pretty straight and upright, so being the perfectionist that I am I’m a little disappointed that mine isn’t like that. Otherwise I can’t really fault the manufacturing.

When it comes to using the Cyborg dildo I’m probably going to suggest a warm up toy, and not because of its size. The tip of the dildo is actually quite modest and very gently tapered, but it starts with the texture almost immediately, and it just so happens that the texture at the tip is some of the most prominent on the whole toy. Inserting something with that much texture is going to be far easier and more comfortable if you’re already fairly loosened up. As you start to insert the dildo it really does feel quite intense, and the ridges catch a little on the soft fleshy tissue just within the anus, so using plenty of lube is a must here. The tip of the dildo is designed to look like the head of a penis, but you don’t really get a “pop” as you pass over the final ridge, more a pleasant sense of things calming down somewhat. Once the dildo is inside you can appreciate the comfort factor of the material because it does have the right amount of flex to move around inside the body, and the give in the surface of the silicone is enough to be gentle with the sphincter – you can only imagine how much more you’d feel that texture if the dildo was rock solid. Thrusting with the dildo is an experience in itself and there’s a lot going on at once. Every half inch of movement in any direction has texture stimulating the sphincter and it can be quite a lot to process. I wouldn’t say that thrusting with the dildo was an overly uncomfortable experience, but for me it wasn’t especially pleasurable either, and at this point we’re talking about long slow thrusts. I did attempt to get up to some thrusting speed with the dildo but that was where I had to stop as it felt as though something was grinding against my insides. There are options on how you can choose to use the dildo and position it, whether it be frontwards or backwards, or if you decide to squat over it or manipulate it by hand, but it doesn’t really change much because there’s 360 degrees of texture on every side of the shaft, so if you’re trying to escape it then you’re out of luck. In terms of prostate stimulation I didn’t really notice any, and I did focus my mind on this for fear that other sensations might be drowning it out, but it just wasn’t there. The Cyborg is one of those toys which delivers its sensation primarily into the sphincter through its use of texture, it’s just a question really whether or not you can handle that texture, and I for one was slightly overwhelmed, albeit to my surprise.

The packaging for the Fleshlight Freaks dildos is very similar to the current packaging for the Fleshjack Boys dildos, in fact it was the precursor to it as back in 2011 most Fleshlight products were still coming in lovely metal tins. The only real difference in packaging between the two is that the Freaks have no flap / door on the front, so instead you just get a clear plastic window through the cardboard box which shows you the contents inside. The box is fairly simple and has some pictures and writing on the sides letting you know which product it is, as well as a photo on the back of the full range should you decide to collect them all. The flaps are stuck down with security seals which tear when you peel them off, and inside you’ll find the dildo held cocooned within a plastic insert tray. On the whole it’s nice packaging, pretty tasteful and discreet; I kept mine to store the toy in but I don’t expect that most people would because it’s not quite that special.
I’m going to briefly talk about cleaning the toy, and really that’s just because of the ridges. As you should know you don’t need to take any special precautions with silicone and it can be bleached, boiled, chucked in the dishwasher and sterilised, but because it does have these deep and pronounced ridges you want to make sure that no dried lube or bodily matter gets caught in them. Give them a scrub with a soft toothbrush if need be just to get anything out.
Summing up the Cyborg is a tricky task because I look at it and I love the whole design and concept, and the fact that it’s well-made (bar the lean), from quality materials, but the texture was just a little too much for anal use. I’m certainly happy that I own it, and I still yearn for the others, but it’s just not that practical for me to use – even as texture lover – and I fear that it’ll spend most of its life now back in its box. If you want really hardcore texture then this very well could be the perfect dildo for you, but if you’re not sure then don’t be seduced by its incredible design, because you could well end up just a novelty Halloween ornament.
The Fleshlight Freaks Cyborg Dildo is available worldwide from the Fleshjack website, and there’s 15% off for Halloween 2017!

Fleshlight Shower Mount

Is it really August already? How the summer flies by. I was very fortunate this month that Lovehoney contacted me and asked me to review the all new Fleshlight Shower Mount for them. It’s a pretty self-explanatory device which allows you to stick your favourite Fleshlight / Fleshjack to a wall, but in case you’re in need of a little more explanation here’s a very NSFW video of a sexy man demonstrating how to use it.
Catch the review below.

The Fleshlight is quite easily one of the best male sex toys on the market today, as well as being one of my personal favourites, but possibly the only area where it’s let down is by the fact that you have to hold it during use. The need for it to be held somewhat limits its applications by restricting it to more of a masturbation device than something to thrust into and simulate sex, but now the people at Fleshlight have finally come up with a clever solution.
The Fleshlight Shower Mount is an adjustable suction cup which screws onto the base of most Fleshlight models in place of the existing small end cap. It’s quite a simple device on the whole and has three main features: firstly the cap section which connects to the Fleshlight can be screwed into place as tightly or loosely as you desire, allowing you to adjust the suction within the Fleshlight, just like you would with the standard end cap. Secondly, the Shower Mount has a hinge in the middle which allows you to alter the angle at which your Fleshlight projects from the surface that you’ve affixed it to, according to your personal preference. The hinge moves through around 130 degrees, so you can thrust into the Fleshlight horizontally, up vertically, up diagonally, down diagonally, or anything in between. The hinge is adjusted by loosening and tightening a small plastic nut, so once you’ve selected your perfect angle there’s no worry of it shifting at all. Thirdly, the most important feature of the whole device is the suction cup itself, and this is good size at 3.5″ in diameter. The suction cup works by first wetting it and placing it against a smooth surface, then by rotating a small slider to lock the suction cup into place. Once engaged the suction cup holds really firmly, even with the weight of the Fleshlight on top of it, and it can withstand a good amount of vigorous thrusting without being knocked off.
Although the device is called the “Shower Mount” it can be used anywhere that you have a smooth surface available, such as on the door of a mirrored wardrobe if you really want to watch yourself in action, on a floor-to-ceiling window of a skyscraper if you’re feeling like an exhibitionist, and even on laminate flooring if you’d prefer not to use it in a standing position. As long as the surface is smooth then it’s fine, but probably the biggest advantage to actually using it within the confines of the bathroom is clean up, as once you’re done fluids are likely to drip out of the end of the mounted Fleshlight, depending on the angle you’ve set it to, so better for that to run down the shower tray than onto carpeting. If your surface isn’t completely smooth then don’t worry, as the Shower Mount can handle a small amount of unevenness in the surface of a glazed tile without falling off, but it really does need to be a full sized tile – mosaics aren’t going to work. When you are finally done with the toy it does actually come away surprisingly easily, despite how firmly it was held only moments prior. You simply rotate the slider into the unlock position, then pull on the small tab on the suction cup to peel it away from the surface.
On the whole I have to say that I’m a really big fan of the Fleshlight Shower Mount; I wasn’t sure that I could like my Fleshlights any more than I already do, but this little device just went ahead and improved them, and I’m definitely going to be getting a lot of use out of it. It opens up a whole new world of hands-free pleasure with your favourite masturbation aid.
One slight downside is that the Shower Mount isn’t compatible with the clear Fleshlight cases. It mentions this on the packaging and at first I didn’t believe it so I felt compelled to test it out for myself. It transpires that the end of the clear case is ever so slightly larger than that of the other colours, enough that it won’t readily screw onto the Shower Mount. The Shower Mount does now come with an adaptor to make it compatible with the Flight though.
I’d definitely recommend the Shower Mount to anyone who owns a Fleshlight; it’s great if you’d prefer to thrust into your toy, it can be used in a wide variety of locations and holds extremely firmly, and it can be adjusted to whatever angle suits you best. 
The Fleshlight Shower Mount is available from Lovehoney UK, and Lovehoney USA.

Dolph Lambert Dildo

June is upon us and what better way to kick it off than with another Fleshjack dildo review? Better yet it marks the return of the Bel Ami boys as I check out Kevin‘s friend and scene partner Dolph Lambert.
This review comes a little overdue as I was originally supposed to review the dildo back in April, as part as my Fleshjack challenge (my self-imposed goal to review a different Fleshjack dildo every month of 2013), but unfortunately the company which originally offered it to me suddenly dropped off the face of the planet and ceased responding to e-mails. My subsequent attempts to secure one for review in May also came up against a brick wall, but thanks to a 20% off sale over at the wonderful Esmale I decided to splash out and grab one myself for a bargain price, after all it would be a shame to let all this lovely artwork go to waste.
Check out the review below.

The Dolph Lambert is another one of the big girthy dildos that we’ve all come to expect from Fleshjack, and proof that the men of Europe are packing just as much in the trouser department as all the stars of gay porn from across the Pond. The dildo measures in at 7 1/8″ in total length, with a maximum of 5 3/4″ of that being actually insertable. Around the middle of the shaft the girth comes in at an impressive 6″, and this thickness continues uniformly right down to the base.
The dildo is manufactured from 100% platinum silicone in a pale flesh-tone. As the Bel Ami range is relatively new all the dildos are made from the softer silicone, like with the Kevin Warhol and Brent Everett models which I reviewed, and I find this exhibits quite similar properties to the silicone used in the Tantus Pack ‘n’ Play line. It’s a really lovely material to squeeze as it has a lot of give in the surface, and it’s easy to bend back and forth, and even twist or stretch slightly. As always the quality of construction is absolutely impeccable, and I’ve examined the dildo with all five senses without being able to find a single flaw in it to complain about, nor a mould-line in sight.
The one thing which keeps bringing me back to Fleshjack dildos time and time again is their stunning realism and attention to detail, and naturally the Dolph Lambert is no different in this regard. It is incredibly life-like both to look at and to hold in your hands, in a way which other ‘realistic’ dildos seldom are, so Fleshjack clearly deserves kudos for whatever techniques they developed to achieve this. Were it not for the fact that it’s disembodied then it could more than easily be mistaken for a real body part, if someone were to lay eyes upon it inside a room where the lights were dimmed. There’s so much detail to pour over on it if you have the time, because even the most minute aspect is captured exquisitely, from the grain of the skin, to the small veins along the surface of the shaft, and even every wrinkle and hair follicle on the scrotum.

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:

Fleshjack Fivesome

It’s almost become something of a ritual now, that every time I add a new member to my chorus of Fleshjack dildos I take new photos.
Check it out below to see some more group photos, as well as some comparison shots of the Pierre Fitch, Brent Corrigan, and Brent Everett together.

Brent CorriganBrent EverettPierre Fitch
Brent CorriganBrent EverettPierre Fitch
Kevin WarholBrent EverettPierre FitchBrent CorriganJason Visconti

Price Matching!

It’s been a while since I last wrote a guide, but after I recently got myself a fantastic deal on a dildo through price matching I thought that it might be a good topic to cover.

It may surprise you to know that world of sex toy retail is a highly competitive industry. With sex toys at a record level of social acceptance, and more men and women buying them than ever before, new stores are popping up every day all vying for your precious business.
Different stores will try to attract your custom in different ways. Lovehoney, for example, aren’t always the cheapest, but they more than make up for it by having the greatest returns policy in the world. You can buy something from them, use it for a whole year, and they’ll still allow you to return it for a full refund if you decide you don’t like it any more.
Other stores will try to entice you with a price guarantee; if you find an item they sell cheaper elsewhere then they promise to match this price. I used to use this service a lot when first started buying toys in 2011, and it’s especially good if you happen to have a discount code to use at the same time, thus knocking another percentage of the cost off the order.
I know a couple of stores which offer this service, and they handle it slightly differently, so I’ll talk you through both. Be sure to keep reading if you want to know how to get a great deal on some Fleshjack Boys dildos and more!

SexToys.co.uk

This is the first website I know of which offers a price matching service, and it’s one which I’ve used extensively in the past. They follow quite a simple procedure to obtain your price match: you go to the product page of the item you’re interested in, click on the small red price match button, then fill in a short form telling them where the item is available cheaper. Afterwards a customer service representative will get back to you, and provide a link to add the item straight to your basket at the new lower price. It’s as simple as completing the payment process after that, and you’re only ever charged the lowest amount.

SexToys.co.uk always have a lot of great offers going on, with discount codes available through their website, Facebook, and Twitter, offering up to 30% off sometimes. If you can shop around for a bit to find a lower price, then combine the price match with a discount code then you can make some fantastic savings, and it’s free shipping on even the smallest order.

SexShop365

This is the most recent website that I’ve carried out price matching on, and they handle things slightly differently to SexToys.co.uk. Once you’ve found a UK site which sells the item cheaper, you want to go to the product page on SexShop365 and add the item to your basket, then head straight to the checkout. At checkout, as you’re going through the payment process, you’ll see a box labelled “notes for customer services” and here you want to tell them that you are price matching, and provide the link to the website where the item is cheaper. When the order is processed they’ll beat the cheaper price by £1, and throw in a free bottle of lube as well, and of course it’s free shipping too!

What can be slightly confusing, if you’ve never used the service before, is how they process the payment. Initially they charge you the full amount of the item, as shown on their website, then they immediately refund to you the difference from the price match. It all happens very quickly, as you’ll see if you check the time codes on your bank statement, and when the order dispatches you’ll get a note on an e-mail receipt confirming the amount of the successful price match. 

If you’re a big fan of Fleshjack products, like I am, then you can get a great deal by price matching the following items at SexShop365:

One of the really important things to remember about price matching is that not only are you getting a fantastic price (and free lube) but you also have the confidence and peace of mind of knowing that you’re shopping with a trustworthy and reliable store. This is one of my top reasons for doing it, beyond the ordinary savings.

I hope this has proved useful, and feel free to tell me about any of your successful price matches in the comments below!

Brent Everett Dildo

I’ll admit that it’s rare for me to get excited about a sex toy these days, but this one is an exception. Ever since I first discovered that Fleshjack were making a Brent Everett dildo I’ve wanted one. I lusted after it long before I was sent the Pierre Fitch dildo in September 2011, and that desire never went away, even as I collected Brent Corrigan, Jason Visconti, and Kevin Warhol. I have fond memories of Brent Everett, he was probably the first porn star I ever developed an interest in, back when I was 16 and a confused gay teenager. Not only was he cute to look at but his penis was nothing short of magnificent, and something which couldn’t fail to become an instant object of desire.

Check out the review below!

After my brief foray recently into the realm of the smaller dildos that Fleshjack make, the Brent Everett marks a clear return to those big penises which we’ve all come to expect from porn. It stands up there proudly amongst the Pierre Fitch and Brent Corrigan, matching them in size, and of course I feel this is going to lead to another photo opportunity, so soon after my last. The dildo measures in at a shave under 8″ from base to tip, and of that around 6 3/4″ are actually insertable. Once you discount the balls which comprise the base, this puts the insertable length on par with the Brent Corrigan dildo, which is the largest Fleshjack toy I own so far, and in fact you get an extra 1/8″ of usable length here. The average girth is 5 5/8″, which again is the same as on the Brent Corrigan model, but down at the base of the shaft the widest insertable section measures a whopping 6 1/2″ around, so that’s something to look forward to if you can get it all the way in.

The dildo is manufactured from 100% platinum silicone in a pale flesh-tone. Like all my Fleshjack dildos now, bar the older Pierre Fitch model, it’s made from the current softer silicone formulation. If you were to compare it to another material from another manufacturer then its properties most closely resemble the SuperSoft silicone used in the Tantus Pack ‘n’ Play line. It’s a really lovely material to squeeze as it has a lot of give in the surface, and it’s easy to bend back and forth, and even twist or stretch slightly, in spite of the dildo’s thickness. Like with every other Fleshjack dildo the quality of construction is superb and nothing short of faultless; I’ve examined it from head to balls and I can’t find even the slightest flaw to complain about, nor is there a single mould-line in sight.

The one thing which really makes Fleshjack dildos stand out from the crowd is the stunning level of detail which they incorporate. You can’t look at it and hold it in your hands without thinking how incredibly lifelike it is. I have my fair share of “realistic” dildos, but put them side by side and there’s no comparison; one is just an object which looks like a penis, while the Fleshjack actually is a penis. Every single detail captured in the silicone helps to bring it to life, from the deep dorsal vein, the surface capillaries, the grain of the shaft skin, the subtle texture of the glans, and the goosebump-like hair follicles dotted across the scrotum. I’ve used the word “exquisite” before and I’ll use it again, because that’s what these dildos are. They’re more than just sex toys, they’re sculptures of phallic-art. The use of a live model gives these dildos an edge which other products lack, and I have to tip my hat to Fleshjack for being the only company who can really pull this off so successfully. One of the reasons I love to collect these dildos is to compare them, and it’s precisely because of the level of detail that makes this worthwhile. You take Brent Everett, Pierre Fitch, and Brent Corrigan, three men with three large circumcised penises, and each one no less unique than a fingerprint. Beyond the glans shapes and shaft curvatures, it’s those subtle details which make it all so fascinating, and provide an unexpected insight into anatomy.

Starting up at the top of the dildo Brent Everett has got a really nice-sized glans, and probably the biggest one so far, marginally squeezing out Brent Corrigan. The head is quite big from all angles, being long, wide, and thick, giving it a good well-rounded shape. It has quite a taper to it as it comes down from the tip, and it flares out nicely on all sides, leaving the corona standing proud of the shaft by as much as 5mm in some places. The surface of the head is mostly smooth, though it lacks the near-glossiness of the Kevin Warhol, with the only real detail being the urinary meatus (the opening into the urethra). The meatus is incredibly subtle on this dildo, even more so than on the Pierre Fitch, and it doesn’t extend into the toy by any depth. There’s enough detail there that it almost looks like a small pair of pursed lips, but I wouldn’t describe it as a significant feature. Immediately below the head the shaft is quite thick where it meets it, with no real sense of narrowing. Along the underside is an 1 1/4″ length of frenulum-remnant which joins up with the head, much like on the Pierre Fitch, though it stands more proud. The shaft of Brent’s penis is mostly straight and of a uniform thickness along its length, though it does have a slight upward curve which begins somewhere around the middle. The surface of the shaft is one of the more textured that I’ve encountered, because of the amount of raised veins featured along the underside. At the base of the shaft is a pair of balls which are actually quite modest by the standards of this dildo collection, and they join onto the shaft with a rather unfortunate crease in the skin which spoils the mound-like appearance as seen in some of the others. In the same way as the huge balls on the Brent Corrigan dildo make it look deceptively small in photos, the small balls of the Brent Everett make the rest of it appear especially large in turn.

One funny thing about the dildo is that it’s not as much like Brent as I thought it would be. That probably sounds strange, after all it’s moulded directly from him, so how can it not be like him? Well what it comes down to is the shape of the head. I’ve watched a lot of Brent Everett porn in my life; I know exactly what that meaty mushroom-esque glans looks like, and frankly the dildo is just somewhat different. The head appears less full than I would have expected; it’s slightly elongated and more pointed at the tip, and it even appears to lean forwards slightly. I went so far as to compare it against a few dozen high-res images I dug up on the Internet, just for the sake of thoroughness, and I can safely say that I’m not just imagining it. The question then becomes, how can this be? Well the simple fact is that penises are mercurial, each one has no single shape for hard and soft, and depending on the level of blood flow they can take on a slightly different form. It could just be the case that Brent wasn’t at his usual level of hardness when the mould was taken, and the head deflated slightly, or it could be the opposite, if Brent was wearing a tight cock ring during the moulding then more blood could have been forced into the head and changed its shape. Either possibility is quite feasible. What does this mean about the dildo though? Well for most people, probably not a great deal, it’s still distinctively Brent after all, and a beautiful piece in general. For me there is a slight sense of disappointment, simply from a perspective of familiarity. That penis that I saw in the photos and videos so many times was the one which I lusted after so strongly, that was the one which had a head proportioned in a way which looked perfect in my eyes. This one is different. It’s no less of a turn-on, and no less of a sense of “wow, I actually have Brent Everett‘s penis, this is exciting,” it’s just not Brent Everett’s penis the way that I’m used to it. I still love it and would buy it again, but there is a little adjustment to make in terms of my initial expectations. I’d be lying if I said I wouldn’t prefer it to look more like the photos, but this really is the closest I’m ever going to get to the real thing, and everything else about it is so spectacular that I can still be content with the way it is.

The nice tapered head allows the dildo to slip quite easily into the body, in spite of its size, and the soft silicone feels gentle and comfortable against the sphincter. As you pass over the coronal ridge 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 impressive length of the dildo means that most people probably won’t be able to insert the entire thing without practice, but once it’s in as far as you can manage the soft tip presses gently against the top of the rectum, showing your limit without discomfort. Even if you only manage 5 1/2″ to start with, visually it still looks like quite an achievement as the protrusion of the buttocks hides the last inch or so. 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; the bulbous head on the end and the thick shaft really rub back and forth across the prostate as you thrust. I absolutely love this dildo for thrusting, and it’s pretty much down to its size. The girth of it just feels fantastic; you get that nice little bit of stretch in the sphincter, as well as a full feeling which extends deep inside you. You can really begin to get a good idea of why the guys in the porn videos moan so much when they’re on the receiving end of it. The sensation of this thick shaft gliding deep inside you with long smooth strokes is second to none. Once you get that first taste of it you quickly develop an appetite, and it’s ever so easy to lose track of time as you keep enjoying more and more. It may not be a dildo for a beginner, but it’s definitely one worth working up to, as it is an experience all in itself. Bigger may not always be better, as the Kevin Warhol proved so well, but if you like them big then this is oh so good, and something not to be missed.

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 Brent 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. It’s hard for me to say right now which is my favourite of the ones I own, and it may even come down to a tie between the two Brents. All I can say for sure is that this is a fantastic dildo, and that I can highly recommend to those who are Brent Everett fans or otherwise. It definitely is a larger dildo, so be aware of that before you buy it, but if you can handle the size you certainly won’t regret getting one for yourself.

The Brent Everett dildo is available from Lovehoney, and from Esmale where you can get an extra 10% off when you use the code ‘INCEND10’ and the checkout.

Alternatively you can purchase it directly from Fleshjack, by clicking on the image of Brent below, and they ship from locations in the US, Canada, Australia, and Spain: