Doc Johnson “Super Big Guy”

It’s testing time again at SexToys.co.uk, and this time the folks there have sent me the Super Big Guy from Doc Johnson to test. This is a butt plug that I’ve been excited about for a while, as it reminds me of a jumbo version of one of my favourite plugs, the Tantus Tulip. Check out the review after the jump!

The Super Big Guy is 6 1/8″ long with 5 1/2″ of that being insertable. It has a circumference of 5 3/8″ for most of its length, expanding to 7″ at its widest point. Quite clearly it’s not a plug for a beginner and it’s aimed more at the advanced end of the market, but Doc Johnson also do two smaller versions to fit the needs of everyone.
The Super Big Guy has a fairly unusual design, and while it is technically a butt plug the long elongated shape of it gives it more the qualities of being a cross between a plug and a dildo. This is part of what appealed to me about it, the thought of being able to wear something dildo-like long-term as a butt plug. It comes in a choice of two colours: charcoal, and the one I picked which I affectionately refer to as “Smurf Blue” as that’s what I’m reminded of every time I look at it. The plug starts off with a rather blunt end at the top of the shaft, and while it is slightly rounded it has no taper to it whatsoever. The shaft section extends down at a uniform thickness for around 3″ before it begins to flare out similarly to the Tantus Tulip, and over the next inch it expands to its widest point. Below the widest point is a rounded section, similar to the underside of the bulb on a standard plug, which joins onto the neck. The neck itself is slightly narrower than the main shaft at only 4 5/8″ in circumference, and it extends for a length of 1″ before connecting to the thick, wide, base.
The Super Big Guy is made entirely from a platinum silicone like a number of Doc Johnson products. It’s a really high quality material which is odourless, non-porous, and completely body-safe. Unusually the silicone that’s used in this product is much firmer than that which Doc Johnson typically make their toys from. I was expecting something completely different when I got it, but it’s really stiff and hard to bend, and not at all easy to compress either, so it’s definitely something worth noting. The toy is constructed very well out of a single piece of silicone, so there are no mould-lines present anywhere along the surface.
Inserting the Super Big Guy may require some preparation because of how blunt it is, as well as its being rather thick. You definitely want to be relaxed and have enough lube on hand, and it might also help to have a tapered toy handy to use as a warm-up. Once you’ve got the end safely inside, the smooth surface of the shaft allows it to seamlessly slide deeper into the body. The thickness of the toy begins to give you a pleasantly full feeling as well as a nice stretch. If you squeeze against the plug at any point with the anal muscles then the firmness of the material is quite apparent, but it doesn’t feel uncomfortable in any way. As you push the plug deeper inside you begin to notice just how rigid it is, and it really doesn’t conform to your body in any way, instead forcing the body to adapt to the shape which feels a little strange. Once you get to the flared portion you can just pause and prepare to tackle it. What’s great about the straight shaft is that it stays where you leave it; normally with a conical plug as soon as you stop pushing it into the body any pressure from a tightly stretched sphincter will just force it to pop back out again, but this doesn’t happen with the Super Big Guy so you can relax and take your time. Although in terms of circumference the next section seems quite that bit larger, it’s not actually that hard to insert thanks to the tapered angle, but this is with the proviso that you’ve inserted that size before. If you’re completely new to a 7″ circumference then the taper from the 5 3/8″ shaft is going to seem rather steep and rapid, and you may fail to get past it. Another advantage of the straight shaft is that you can thrust with it as you try to get over the widest bulge, steadily inserting a little more with each stroke; this works especially well if you’re squatting over the plug. It’s also fun to keep thrusting after you’d conquered the widest point, just to enjoy the feeling of it popping in and out. Once you finally have inserted the whole thing I discovered that there was a slight problem. Before you can get all the way down to the base of the plug the blunt end of it begins butting up uncomfortably against the top of the rectum. The result of this is that the sphincter sits half on the top of the neck, and half on the base of the bulge, instead of entirely on the neck, which means that the sphincter can’t fully contract down to the size of the neck, and is left stretched open preventing the plug from being held securely in place. Any casual relaxing of the muscle back there and the plug is liable to start slipping out, so you find yourself constantly clenching to hold it in place. As much as I’d like to walk around wearing it it just isn’t practical. The other issue pertaining to the length is that it’s impossible to sit down whilst wearing the plug, as any extra pressure on it only causes a painful feeling deep inside the body. Even though everyone’s anatomy is slightly different, from my standpoint it would have really helped if the plug was at least 1/2″ shorter at the tip, just so it could fit inside better. Once the plug is fully inserted the rigidity of it also becomes even more apparent and even less comfortable. If you can tolerate it for a while then you become gradually less aware of it, but at the outset its presence is quite hard and unforgiving. Unfortunately the Super Big Guy offers no real prostate stimulation despite its size, either during thrusting or wearing. The plug is very easy to remove thanks to the rounded portion at the top of the neck, and also because the thick base doubles as a strong handle to use to pull on. The downside of the base is that I didn’t find it especially comfortable to wear; it’s quite large and quite hard, and just felt like a big lump jammed between the buttocks.
As silicone is also one of the most hygienic and non-porous materials a sex toy can be made from cleaning is an ease. The plug can be washed with antibacterial soap and hot water, sprayed with a specialist toy cleaner, as well as being boiled, wiped down with a 10% bleach solution, or being popped in the dishwasher. Remember to only use water-based lubricants with a silicone toy.
The packaging for the Super Big Guy is of a very simple plastic clamshell design, and is a little too bulky to be convenient to store the toy in on a day-to-day basis.

Overall I’m slightly disappointed with the Super Big Guy, it’s a nice well-built toy with a good shape, but the material is just too firm for my tastes and it’s a little bit too long.

The Super Big Guy is available from SexToys.co.uk along with its smaller cousins.

Tantus Hank

Thanks to the efforts of the wonderful Em over at SexToys.co.uk, I managed to snag myself a lovely new Tantus toy to play with this weekend, none other than the Hank dildo. If you’re not already a member of the Vibe forum then it’s definitely worth going and signing up, as they’re currently giving away some great toys to lucky members, but you need to be quick as the demand is high. Anyway, I couldn’t let a free toy go by without writing a review, so check it out after the jump!

The Hank is a rather modestly sized dildo; next to some of my other Tantus toys such as the Goliath and the Max O2 it looks positively tiny, but the old adage about good things coming in small packages is certainly applicable in this case. Outside of the world of pornography and oversized sex toys it would be wrong to really label the Hank as “small”, as statistically it does come in at the size of an average penis, so as such it’s  well suited to someone seeking realism in a toy.

The Hank measures in at 6 1/2″ in length, with 5 1/2″ of that being insertable. In terms of girth it has a circumference of 4 1/2″ around the shaft, which increases slightly to 4 7/8″ at the head, giving an average diameter of 1 1/2″ throughout. It’s definitely not the sort of toy you need to worry about being intimidated by, especially if you’re considering it as a beginner, as it’s a pretty comfortable size.
The dildo is made from the same high-quality premium platinum silicone that Tantus use in all of their toys, which is completely odourless. It’s without a doubt one of my favourite materials, and it has a nice degree of flexibility in it, as well is some give in the surface, allowing you to bend it about and squeeze it with relative ease. The finish on the Hank is very similar to that of the O2 range, with a smooth shiny surface for the head of the dildo, while the remainder is matte and velvety-soft to the touch.
The Hank is a realistic dildo – in shape at least, if not in colour tone. Like other realistic Tantus dildos it comes in a pale “cream” hue, which really is cream and not just another way for saying flesh-tone, but I rather like it. The head of the dildo isn’t too large, and aside from the coronal ridge on the front it’s quite streamlined with the shaft. The head is probably the least detailed area of the dildo; aside from a groove to mark the meatus it’s kept fairly simple, and on the underside the head blends seamlessly into the shaft without any sign of a frenulum. The shaft of the dildo features a lot of veining running vertically along the surface, and while the veins are reasonably pronounced they’re also quite rounded and feel very soft to the touch, unlike in the Goliath. The whole shaft feels quite uniform in shape, with a circular cross-section as opposed to an ovoid one, which is a little more regular than you would except in an actual penis, where typically it’s thicker along one axis than the other. The shaft has an upward curve, though not an extreme one. It looks slightly more curved than it is, as the bottom of the shaft isn’t completely perpendicular with the base, but in reality it’s quite subtle. The base of the Hank is comprised of a pair of testicles at the front, as well as a wedge-shaped lip to the rear which helps to give the dildo its stability, and balances the unusual centre of gravity produced by the curve. The base enables the dildo to be stood up either during or in between use, it’s also wide enough to make the dildo safe for anal play, and finally there’s just the right amount of material to make a comfortable handle to grip onto during thrusting. Unlike in the Max the balls are tucked up quite close to the base of the shaft, which is a design element that I prefer over the more droopy appearance. If you look closely at the balls they are a little odd in a couple of regards. Firstly they’re disproportionately small compared to the size of the rest of the dildo, and they also have a rather knobbly and angular shape. The other thing to note is that the surface of the balls is quite pitted and textured, presumably to give the realistic appearance of a wrinkled scrotum, but it looks more like cottage cheese than anything. While it is something to comment on, really unless you’re planning on entering your dildo in a beauty contest then it’s not an issue, and they perform their function perfectly adequately. I’m not going to hold a pair of ugly balls against the Hank, when admittedly testicles aren’t perhaps the most attractive thing at the best of times.

When it comes to using the Hank the dildo is nice and easy to insert, and the shiny head helps it to glide inside the body with very little resistance. As the head isn’t too bulbous and has a slight taper to it it’s great for anal use, especially for beginners who would want to avoid anything larger than this. The streamlined head does mean that you don’t get that “pop” that’s often associated with using a toy anally, but slight flare of the corona is enough that you can feel a little bump as the muscle passes over it. Once inside the toy does feel incredibly comfortable, and you can squeeze against it as hard as you like with your muscles, and the soft material will cushion and absorb the pressure. You also get the sense that the material is flexible enough to conform to the shape of your body, and not the other way around. As you go deeper with the toy you’ll encounter the matte surface of the shaft, which has a little more drag to it than with the shiny head, but which holds lube very well. This difference is noticeable when thrusting with the toy, especially if you typically only use shiny-surfaced dildos, but personally I didn’t find it that significant; the Hank still glided smoothly and felt pleasant. The veins running along the shaft aren’t something that you can really feel during use, at least they’re not something that you can feel specifically. It’s possible that the texture of them, along with the matte finish, combines to produce that slight feeling of drag, but I think they’re mostly aesthetic. As you play with the dildo for longer you’ll notice how pleasantly warm it begins to feel as it absorbs your body heat, which helps it to feel more realistic. One thing I was sceptical about was whether or not the slight curve in the shaft would be enough to stimulate the prostate at all, and I’m pleased to say that it does. It’s not the most intense stimulation, but provided you angle the curve the right way when inserting the dildo, you can feel the head of it glancing against the prostate with every thrust, which actually feels quite nice. This feature helps to compensate for the fact that the dildo isn’t that thick. Typically I prefer something that feels a little more filling inside and stretches the muscles a bit on the outside, but the light teasing of the prostate with every thrust definitely made it enjoyable enough to keep playing with. One of my favourite things about the Hank is actually its short length, which means it’s very easy to insert it all the way down to the base. If you’ve be using it by squatting over it and riding it, then it’s possible to take a pause and just sit on it, without having to remove it. Another pleasant discovery I made in this process is that it’s also possible to wear the Hank like a butt plug. The base of the shaft narrows quite a bit as it reaches the balls, and when you have the dildo fully inserted you’re able to grab this notch and squeeze it with your muscles in order to hold the dildo inside. It’s even possible to walk around like this, just as long as you don’t use too much lube, which can be quite amusing.

The dildo is very easy to clean after use. Like any toy it can simply be washed with anti-bacterial soap and hot water, but as it’s silicone and non-porous it’s also able to be sterilised. This can be done by popping it into the dishwasher, wiping it down with a 10% bleach solution, or by boiling it in a pan of water for a couple of minutes. When caring for your silicone dildo it’s also important to only use water-based lubricants.

Overall I’m really pleased with the Hank, and I’d definitely be inclined to recommend it to anyone looking for a high-quality realistic dildo in a realistic size, and especially as someone’s first dildo. It’s another great product from Tantus that’s really worth the price. The only thing I would say, however, is that if you’re someone who values size above all else, then the Hank may be too small for your needs.

You can buy the Hank from SexToys.co.uk

It’s also available directly from Tantus.

Fleshjack Pink Bottom Vortex

This March the generous people at SexToys.co.uk were kind enough to send me a Fleshjack Vortex to review. This is now my second Fleshjack, so it presents an excellent opportunity to contrast and compare it with the Fleshjack Ice Bottom Original. I apologise in advance for any areas of slight repetition.

There are countless combinations of FleshJacks to choose from, and as I’ve discovered, once you buy one you just want to try them all. For the purposes of this review I will be focussing on the original pink material, with the bottom opening, and the vortex internal texture.
Starting with the packaging, FleshJacks come in a nice metal tin, which can be kept and used as a place to store the item in. It helps to give the item a quality feeling, rather than just being presented inside a cardboard box.
The standard FleshJack has a black plastic case, which looks a little cheap compared to the clear case of the Ice Jack, but offers more discretion by hiding the pink insert inside. The outside of the case has some raised bands for the purpose of adding grip when using the product. The base cap of the case can be loosened or tightened to adjust the level of suction inside the toy during use. Unfortunately as there’s no rubber seal around the cap, no matter how tightly you screw it down air will always leak in, and you won’t achieve a complete vacuum, but if you are looking for a strong sucking sensation then it still delivers. The material of the insert feels wonderfully soft to the touch, and can be squeezed and stretched with ease, to the point that you’ll be eager to start using it as soon as you’ve felt it. Compared to the Ice Jack the material felt a little more robust, and less delicate, which I found reassuring. Unlike the Ice Jack you’re obviously unable to see what’s happening inside while you’re using it, but aside from a brief moment of curiosity, I found that I didn’t really miss that feature.
The bottom variant has an anal opening which is vaguely realistic in appearance. Around the small central hole the area is textured, to mimic the puckering of a real anus when closed. The detailing in this area is much less pronounced than in the Ice Jack, both visibly and to the touch. The bottom opening is the tightest, but it only lasts for the depth of about a centimetre before opening onto the inner texture. As it’s quite a narrow opening the most efficient way to apply lube to the inside of the insert is with a pump bottle or lubricant syringe. The best way to enjoy the tightness of the butt opening is to just pop the head of the penis in and out of it, as you really do feel it then, and along with the slight resistance it provides, it helps to imitate real anal sex. Because the material is so stretchy, once you’ve fully inserted yourself and are enjoying the FleshJack, you won’t really notice any extra tightness from the opening around the base of the shaft.

The vortex texture has a ridged central canal, with the raised areas following a spiral pattern down the length. Looking inside there is a visible seam running along the texture, but the material is so soft that its presence is irrelevant. Just slipping a finger inside allows you to get a feeling for the texture, and already you can tell that it’s going to be exciting. In terms of tightness, the internal diameter of the canal is narrower than the original texture where the raised ridged areas are, but it feels slightly wider in the grooves between the ridges. The result is that is pretty much balances out, and there isn’t a noticeable different in tightness between the two. The width of the canal is supposed to repeatedly shrink slightly and then expand again, down the length of it, but had I not read about it then I don’t believe I would have been aware of this. The changes are not dramatic enough to have an impact. When using the vortex it manages to simultaneously feel more stimulating than the original texture, but also less intense, which probably sounds like a confusing thing to say. Because the original texture was smooth, the whole surface of it applies equal pressure to the entire penis continually, during every thrust. This constant stimulation can be almost overwhelming, but with the vortex only the raised areas apply the most pressure, so at any one time only about 50% of the penis is experiencing the maximum amount of pressure, while the other 50% is getting some relief, so the cumulative effect is a less intense feeling. Where it feels more stimulating is that you really do notice the texture, I found certain areas of the penis were more aware of it than others, namely around the coronal ridge. Because of the slightly bumpy ride, you do experience a different sensation; the original texture would be like a straight line on a graph, with every thrust feeling uniform, whereas the vortex would have more peaks and troughs, with different areas of the penis being stimulated the most at different times. It was a really refreshing change to the original texture, which I had begun to grow bored of, and I definitely found it more enjoyable and pleasurable to use.

As the inside is textured it does mean a larger surface area, which in turn means you’ll need slightly more lube to cover it all. What lube you use is going to be a big factor in how much you enjoy it; you want to use water-based only, to protect the material, and something long lasting, to avoid the need to apply more just as you’re about to climax, or worse, thrusting when its dried up, causing both chafing to yourself and fissures inside the sleeve. The experience is supposed to feel more realistic if you first heat up the insert to body temperature. The microwave is not suitable for this, and so it is recommended that you try submerging it in hot water. In my experience the insert did not absorb much heat from the water and it wasn’t worth the bother.
With proper care, FleshJacks are manufactured to be very durable. Unlike other cheap masturbators which split and degrade over time, my FleshJacks have remained in virtually the same condition they were on the day I acquired them.
The one thing that puts me off using any FleshJack as much as I might otherwise like to is the maintenance, but I don’t wish to repeat myself too much on this point, as I covered it quite in depth in my FleshJack Ice Bottom review, and again in Zen and the Art of FleshJack Maintenance. Something that pleasantly surprised me about the pink insert, is that they don’t get as sticky at the Ice ones do, after you wash them. The Ice inserts get ridiculously sticky, it’s a virtual necessity to cover them with corn flour after they’re dry, in order to get them back into the case. With the pink insert, the surface barely became tacky after it dried, and I didn’t even bother with the corn flour. I have to say, had I known about this difference I would have bought a pink one in the first place, instead of the ice, as the convenience far outweighs anything else. 
I would definitely recommend a FleshJack to anyone looking for a good quality masturbator, especially this model. It happened to be my second, but in my estimation it would also be perfect as the choice for anyone looking to invest in their first FleshJack.
 
Unfortunately SexToys.co.uk no longer sell the Vortex model of Fleshjack, but others are available.

The full FleshJack range products is available directly from the Fleshjack website, and they ship from locations in the US, Canada, Australia, and Spain:

Doc Johnson Round Butt Plug

The lovely people at SexToys.co.uk sent me this toy to test. What really appealed to me about it was the unusual spherical shape, opposed to the traditional conical shape most butt plugs come in.

Read the review after the jump!

These spherical butt plugs are ideal for anyone who finds themselves bored with traditional butt plug shapes, and looking for a little variety.
This plug comes in three sizes, small, medium and large. I opted for small, which measures in at a little under 1.9” in diameter. I was surprised when I got it that it actually appeared smaller than I had imagined, and I did find myself wishing I’d gone for the next size up. Conversely there’s nothing intimidating about it for anyone who may be harbouring that concern.

The plug itself is constructed in two layers; there’s a thin outer shell made of a rather tough vinyl-like material, and this in turn is filled with a flexible rubber centre, leaving the only mould line hidden below the base. When squeezing the plug you can feel that the two layers aren’t completely fused together, and it’s possible to pinch the outer skin between a thumb and forefinger, independent of the rubber core. As it’s possible to bend the plug in places, I would be worried about the potential for the outer layer to split at some point.

The ball-like shape of the plug means that it’s quite blunt. For the sake of thoroughness I did attempt to insert it without any prior preparation, and discovered that it is indeed possible, but not quite the most comfortable experience. Before using one of these plugs I’d recommend first loosening up the area using a toy with a more gentle gradient, especially for the larger sizes.
Once inside the plug provides a comfortable full feeling, quite different to other butt plugs due to the lack of elongated tip, which I found enjoyable to experience. Below the ball is a good sized neck, meaning that once you’ve inserted the plug there’s plenty of space for the muscles to close down behind it and hold it securely in place. At the bottom is a wide circular base which prevents the possibility of the toy becoming lost inside you, and which also doubles as a solid handle for pulling the plug out again once you’re finished. The shape of the base seems to have been an aesthetic consideration as it isn’t ideal for comfort. It’s not bothersome at first, but with prolonged wearing I found myself wishing it nestled more comfortably between the buttocks. 
The plug does come with a slight odour which isn’t unpleasant.
Overall, considering the low price it’s a pretty good product to have fun experimenting with.
You can buy these butt plugs from SexToys.co.uk.

Pierre Fitch Dildo

Back in September 2011 the lovely people at SexToys.co.uk sent me this beautiful dildo from Fleshjack to test for them, and in the subsequent weeks following my review every single one sold out (something which I’d like to believe I played a part in).

This was actually my first phallic/realistic dildo, and it soon became one of my favourites. Up until that point I was only vaguely aware of who Pierre Fitch was, but this dildo left me as a firm fan. There’s something I find incredibly arousing about knowing that it was moulded from the penis of an actual person, and a porn star at that.

Read the review after the jump!

If you’ve ever imagined what it might be like to be on the receiving end of one of the mammoth manhoods featured in porn films, then Fleshjack have created what has to be the next best thing, with a range of dildos moulded directly from the penises of some of the biggest names in gay adult films, including Brent Everett, Brent Corrigan, and of course the popular 29-year-old French-Canadian porn star, Pierre Fitch, to name but a few. If like me you’re curious about how they did it, then there’s even a video on the Fleshjack website of the entire casting process, and I can guarantee you that it’s worth a watch.

Those familiar with other Fleshjack products will know that they all come packaged inside a rather nice cylindrical tin, and this dildo is no different. Once you pop it out, and free it from the heat-sealed plastic bag which encompasses it, you’re liable to be struck by the sheer size of it; photos and measurements aside, it’s only really possible appreciate the presence it has first-hand. The dildo’s dimensions measure 7 3/4” in length – not taking into account the curvature – and 6 1/4” of which are insertable, with a pair of balls the size of hens’ eggs accounting for the remainder. The girth varies from a modest circumference of 5 1/4” just below the head, to a full 6” around the widest insertable point at the base of the shaft. All taken together it feels like a big, thick, hefty item to hold in your hand.

With any initial shock over the size put aside, the next thing liable to catch your attention will be the sheer level of detail on the dildo; it’s truly exquisite, and something which could only come as a result of being cast directly from the warm throbbing erection of a real live model. All across the surface of the product every minute crease and wrinkle of the skin can be seen, every hair follicle on the scrotum is accounted for, and every vein which twists and branches across the shaft has been captured in full. There’s even a slight indentation at the point of the urinary meatus, and a ridge marking the remnants of the frenulum where the glans joins the shaft. The dildo is more than just an ordinary toy which you simply insert and forget about; it’s something that’s manufactured with care for those who would consider themselves to be true connoisseurs of the penis, and who will appreciate each and every facet.

Ergonomically the dildo has a rather interesting design to it, owing entirely to Pierre’s unique anatomy. Starting at the top you’ll notice that Pierre doesn’t have an especially flared glans, and this produces a nicely streamlined shape for insertion – it also means that you’re not going to feel any bump when you come to remove it, such as you might with a dildo which strongly accentuates the coronal ridge. Below the head the shaft of Pierre’s penis – and as such the dildo too – has a rather noticeable downward curve which starts approximately midway along the length. Much like with any real penis this gives you the option of picking the position and orientation that will suit you best when using it, and which will maximise your pleasure. Inserting the dildo from a doggy-style perspective means that the curve angles the head forwards towards the prostate, ensuring it makes contact with every thrust, while reversing it allows it to better follow the natural shape of the rectum and go in deeper more readily. There’s really no right or wrong way to do it, other than that which pleases you most, so it’s worth experimenting with; there’s even the option of rotating the dildo 180 or 360 degrees whilst inside if you wish. Another benefit of the curve is if you’re looking for something to practice your deep-throating technique on, as the gentle bend will help the dildo to slide down almost effortlessly as you overcome the gag-reflex. The veins along the shaft are worth commenting on briefly, because their prominence is not quite enough to produce any significant feeling during use if you were hoping for that, but overall there is a clear awareness that the surface of the dildo isn’t completely smooth. The base of the dildo is finished off by a rather large pair of balls which serve a practical purpose as well as being decorative. One thing I like about the balls is their asymmetry, in contrast to those of some of the other Fleshjack Boys, as it helps to give the dildo a little extra personality and I find it quite attractive. The weight of the balls acts to move the centre of gravity down towards the base of the dildo, and in combination with their wide footprint it creates a good amount of stability when standing the toy upright. If you plan to use the dildo this position, in a “riding” fashion, then you probably still will need to hold it in place somewhat, however there’s plenty of room on the smooth underside for a double-sided suction cup to be attached if you wish.

The dildo is manufactured from a premium medical-grade platinum silicone, which has the firmness you need for it to effortlessly hold its shape, but also the flexibility that you want for it to bend around inside your body. The build quality of the product cannot be faulted at all, and it’s completely free from mould lines or any visible surface defects.

Primarily it’s marketed as an anal dildo for the gay market, but in truth it’s a unisex product, and I’ve already converted several female reviewers I know onto the delights of the Fleshjack Boys dildos. Whether you’re a Pierre Fitch fan or not, if you’re looking for a quality realistic dildo then there’s no reason why this wouldn’t be suitable.
If I were forced to look for any negative then the only thing I’d pick up on is the drag. Because of the realistic texture of the skin it doesn’t glide quite as well as a product with a completely smooth shiny surface, so you may need to use a little extra lube. When cleaning it it’s also important to make sure that there’s no debris left in any of the areas of fine detail, but as it is silicone it’s completely safe to boil or bleach the dildo if you wish, and you can even put it in the dishwasher. Both of these minor issues can be avoided entirely, however, simply by protecting the dildo with a condom prior to usage.
All-in-all I love the Pierre Fitch dildo, and it’s one of the star pieces of my sex toy collection. I recommend  without hesitation that everyone goes out and buys one for themselves, and I’ll guarantee that you won’t regret it!

For additional images and information you can visit the official Fleshjack product page, and be sure to check out my review of the other Fleshjack Boys dildos too, as well as some photos I took of the dildos side-by-side.

The Pierre Fitch dildo is sadly no longer available at SexToys.co.uk, but it can still be purchased in the UK from Lovehoney, Simply Pleasure, SexShop365, and BuzzPinky.

Alternatively the Pierre Fitch dildo can be bought directly from Fleshjack by clicking the image below, and they ship from locations in the US, Canada, Australia, and Spain: