Archive for January 8th, 2010

Product Review: Teneo Uno and Duo by Fun Factory

January 8th, 2010 Comments off

Ooo, what’re those?

Those are Teneo Uno and Duo from the Smart Balls line by Fun Factory.

What’d they come in?

They both came in their own little gray and red cardboard box complete with magnetic flaps that open to reveal an in depth description of the toys.  Inside, tucked safely between cardboard and the molded plastic that holds the balls in place, you’ll find a pamphlet with instructions and a sample of Toy Fluid, Fun Factory’s water based lube.  Read more…

Product Review: Ryder by Tantus

January 8th, 2010 3 comments

312NTlpBRPL._SY355_Ooo, what’s that?

That’s only the plug I’ve heard the most about, second only to the Njoy line. Tantus’s very own Ryder. (FYI, Tantus has updated Ryder since I posted this review. The silicone is now matte. I have yet to try the updated version.)

What’d it come in?

The Ryder came in this little clear plastic box with red trim. It has its claims to fame written on the box in red and white. No naked ladies decorate this box, but, I mean, look at the Ryder. No one’s going to see that thing through the clear plastic and wonder what it is. It’s obvious.

How’s it made?

You kidding? It’s from Tantus! It’s 100% Ultra-Premium Platinum Silicone! That means it’s nonporous, phthalate free, nontoxic, hypoallergenic, odorless, flavorless and dishwasher safe.

It’s about four inches long and has a diameter of about one and one-half inches. That awesome little base is somewhere between one-half and three-quarters of an inch wide and flexible

It’s a little tacky to the touch, but that’s normal for shiny silicone. And it’s squishy and wobbly! I made an ass of myself wiggling it all over the place until M got home the day it arrived. And then right up my ass it went. Read more…

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Product Review: Cyberglass Four-Way G by Topco Sales

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A8484-6_001_mdOoo, what’s that?

Isn’t it beautiful? All blue swirls and bumps and bulges.  That’s the Cyberglass Four-Way G by Topco Sales.

What’d it come in?

It came in hinged molded plastic with a white cardboard insert sporting a thin little hottie in a blue string bikini.  On the back, you can find descriptions of its uses and instructions on temperature play.  Inside, you’ll find the dildo and a red velvet drawstring storage pouch.  Sadly, it is not puffy.

How’s it made?

This dildo is hand-blown cyberglass.  Cyberglass is break and chip resistant and can withstand most extreme temperature changes.  It’s phthalate and metal free and nonporous.  The surface is smooth and slippery, and the shaft is firm.

There are two insertable ends to this dildo, which is eight and one-half inches long with a circumference of four and one-half inches (diameter = 1 3/8″) at its widest point.  One side is wrapped with pretty blue spirals and has a curved end with a blunt tip and the other… The other looks like a double scoop ice cream with nuts on the bottom scoop, complete with dollop-y tip.  Read more…