All of the three non-realistic toys have a soft velvety surface that does not contribute in creating a drag during insertion, but it's important to remember that plenty of lubricant is always required for anal play.
The anal plugs were molded out of pure silicone, a body safe material that can washed and sanitized with several methods. Moreover, these hypoallergenic colorful toys do not contain any latex or phthalates.
Since their surface is non porous, bacteria cannot hide from a good washing, and they do not have any specific smell or taste. If sharing is considered between partners, sanitization is necessary, and a condom could even be used as an additional precaution.
Their slender tips and shapes really make the toys in this kit ideal for, but not limited to, people who are first experimenting with anal toys. For instance, the pink one has the widest tip of the group and only has a width of 3/8". It's the size of small feminine finger, so it's definitely not intimidating. If one of them is intimidating, you can always leave it for last to build up your courage.
The most gradually tapered toy is the purple one, and it looks like a giant elongated candle flame. The progression to the beginning of the bulge is so smooth that it's hard to believe you have already reached that point. Even if the pink toy looks larger with its three bumps, it has a maximum diameter of 1" as well as does the purple one. The black plug, looking like a banana, has a slightly more pronounced curve after the tip, going up to an oval shaft of 1" by 1 1/8", but it still goes in smoothly. Let's make it clear that having a tapered tip does not mean making it easier to force a toy up your bottom, but making the relaxing of the anal sphincter more gradual.
As previously mentioned, the material is on the firm side, and while the tips will move under hand pressure, they stay easy to aim without having them fumbling around. After inserting them completely up to the base, it is possible to feel poked depending on your anatomy and the length of the toy, especially by the purple one, which is the longest of the set (4" long from the neck). The others are shorter at 3 1/2".
After a first examination, one might expect that the neck of the pink and the purple plugs could be too narrow to be comfortable, but one could not be more wrong. It is not even noticeable during wear that the neck is that small, and it is more efficient than the black plug in staying in place during a short walk, since it has a slight bump and narrowing of the plug acting as a neck.
In terms of first anal insertions, the pink one might be the most challenging, as the first bump is close to the tip and it will be necessary to exert more active control of the anal muscles to work past the second and third bumps. This also applies on the final bump on the purple toy.
The three toys each have a round base that also serves as a suction cup, since it has a similar conic shape and a shining smooth surface, unlike the rest of the toys. On a very flat surface, the grip is strong and can handle a fair amount of pulling and moving.
The purple one really was the easiest toy to insert, and will be the one that might be tried first. The poking that was experienced was felt only when trying to push past the bump to reach the neck. For that reason, it would not work well as a plug for me, but more like a slender dildo. However, its shape is still perfect for learning to ease anal muscles around a toy. But then, as I hinted before, experience will vary. I didn't feel any poking from the black or the pink ones.
The black toy was really comfortable, even when sitting down, but would not easily stay inside as a plug if I would get up and walk around. It might even turn around during insertion to fit my anatomy better. It felt most comfortable pointing toward my back for some reason.
As for the pink one, it reminded me of a probe, with its series of bumps, but could stay in quite well as a plug.
My final comment is about the base of the toys, which were digging into my butt cheeks without getting deformed. My bottom was the one trying to accommodate it, and I would not be able to wear those plugs for an extended period of time. Even a short walk of a few meters was hinting at guaranteed discomfort, but at least the edge of the bases was well rounded and was not cutting into my skin. However, note that I'm slightly overweight, and depending on how small or large your bottom is, experience will vary.
Silicone likes to be washed with warm water and soap or a toy wash, sanitized by soaking in a hot bath of boiling water for 3 minutes, massaged with rubbing alcohol or by being carefully placed in the top rack of the dishwasher (no soap).
Silicone is a long-term friend to lint and any type of fine hair, and it will be hard keeping these toys perfectly clean between the moment when they are washed and the moment when you want to use them. For that reason, it's often useful to have wipes available to wipe the outcome of their accidental reunions. It is also suggested to keep them in a plastic bag or a satin-like bag.
They can also be kept in the immediate company of other toys made of pure silicone. However, they do not like being in contact with silicone lubricants, as they may affect the soft surfaces, and rather prefer the neutral chemistry of a water-based lubricant.
They comes sealed in a plastic bag, as you can see in the pictures. While it looks economical or basic, it does share useful information about which lubricant to use and how to clean it in case the buyer does not know already.
Since the bag is one that will most likely get thrown away, it will not serve as a reference in case you need a reminder.
For the price, it's impossible to get a better deal when it comes to starting your collection of anal toys. Not only are they quite affordable, made of silicone, and come in fun colors, but they have shapes I have not frequently seen in anal toys.