This is one of my favorite things about this plug, the fact that it is made of silicone! Non-porous and body safe, odor free, tasteless, durable and long-lasting silicone loveliness. My biggest problem with my largest Doc Johnson plug was that it was rubber, so I was ecstatic to see a silicone option come out.
The color is a light, peachy flesh tone and while I usually like black or purple for sex toys, it is a pretty color. The whole surface is smooth, somewhere between matte and shiny. It is more matte than anything, but doesn't feel velvety to the touch. It has some grip to it when un-lubed and feels...plush, but not silky. Once covered in lube though, it gets nice and slippery.
It has enough flex and bend to it that the base feels comfortable when it is inserted, though it isn't overly squishy either. The flex makes the size a BIT more manageable, but I still wouldn't call this plug beginner-friendly.
The design of the Super Big End is a classic, old-school butt plug diamond shape. It looks like what you think of when you think of an anal plug. Not exactly discreet though, it does look like a honkin' beige ass toy.
The plug is 5-3/4" tall with 5" of this being insertable and is 2-1/4" in diameter at the widest point.
The tip of the plug starts out very slim and widens out to the biggest part, then tapers down into the slim neck (which is slightly under 1-1/2" in diameter).
It also has the required safe anal toy base, which is rectangular in shape. I prefer rectangular shaped bases instead of flared hourglass styles, as they tend to dig into my butt cheeks during wear, or they chafe, which is just bad. So the rectangular base, with the added flexible nature of the silicone, work together to make a very comfy plug indeed. The base itself is about 1-3/4" by 3-1/8" in size, not huge at all, but definitely large enough to keep the plug safely outside your body.
It is a large toy, by most people's standards. Definitely not for the novice, or someone who likes their anal toys petite. This is a toy for those of us who like their butt toys on the larger side, but want quality materials.
Since it is durable, you could throw this in your suitcase or toy bag without worry (as long as there are no knives in your toy bag, of course). Also, though it's large for an anal plug, it's compact enough that it can be be easily packed for travel.
In practice, the shape of this toy is amazing. It isn't so long that it feels invasive or awkward. It feels very filling, but fits in your butt perfectly.
The gradual taper is fabulous for insertion; it really gives your body some time to adjust and prepare for the swell at the biggest point, while the narrow neck provides your muscles something to clench down onto so it stays in place, yes, even during sex.
The base is flexible and has enough give that it doesn't poke or chafe your cheeks, even if you stand up and walk around. The rectangular shape also helps to make it comfy during wear. As comfy as a great big butt plug can be, anyway.
When it comes to removing the plug, the base is a great handle to help you get a good grip. Especially for my partner, since pulling it out (then putting it back) is often part of the fun and play for us. The flare is equally comfortable coming out, it's nice and gradual above the neck so it isn't too shocking. I really liked this part, much like with my other Doc Johnson plugs.
The surface of the toy slicks up nicely with lube, even though it feels somewhat grippy when it's dry. Once lubed it gets silky and slippery, but not too much so!
Lastly, I found the shape of the plug is such that the largest part of the toy pushes into my G-spot in a delightful way. Especially during a PIV romp.
Since this toy is made of silicone, there are a lot of options for cleaning. For basic care, you can wash it with hot water and regular/antibacterial soap. Or your favorite toy cleaner, or wipes. For sterilizing it (such as for sharing) you can bleach it with a 10% bleach solution (always be sure to wash and rinse it thoroughly afterwards though!) or it can boiled for several minutes. Lastly, silicone can be run through the top rack of your dishwasher, without soap please!
On the subject of lubricants, silicone-based products should be avoided as they can ruin silicone toys. A water-based formula is the best choice for the Super Big End. I personally really like Liquid Silk. Now, Liquid Silk does contain a silicone ingredient Dimethicone, but the amount is very small and I have never had any issues using it with any of my silicone toys. Just wanted to add that! Oil-based lubricants are also safe to use if you should desire, though they aren't generally a top choice for those of us with vaginas.
For storage, I keep my Super Big End standing upright on a closet shelf. This is where I store most of my silicone toys that have bases. You could also keep in in a toy box, underwear drawer, or pretty much anywhere similar as it is fairly rugged.
The Super Big End comes in a standard, plastic, snap-together clamshell package. There is some information about the material and cleaning written on the back, but not much else. Not too much in the way of care instructions, or lube compatibilities.
Also, it isn't really the great package for reusing as storage or gift giving. It's not crass or cheesy, just basic, minimal, and straightforward sex toy packaging. Since the plastic is clear and you can see the toy, I wouldn't really call it discreet either.
Here are my pictures of the Super Big End.