A proprietary blend of TPR, this dildo is made from Loveclone RX material. Soft and pliable, this material was designed to feel life-like and it does a decent job at that. It doesn't feel quite like human skin, but it's getting close to it. Warming it up by placing it in warm water will slightly warm up the material for a more life-like feeling. The Loveclone RX doesn't seem to have any sort of smell or oily feel to it, but be aware that it is a porous material, so make sure to clean it thoroughly and don't share with non-fluid-bonded partners.
Unlike human skin, the dildo does have more of a "tactile" feel to it, though. When you rub your hands along it, it won't feel like soft skin. Instead, your fingers won't glide over the surface. This isn't a bad thing, but it does mean that the dildo tends to require a decent application of lubricant in order to make things nice and slick.
The dildo isn't rigid. In fact, it's quite flexible. It's not flexible enough to work as a packing cock (unless you'd like the appearance of having an erection for packing), but it's flexible enough to easily bend in half when you try to do so. It does have quite a bend to it, but it behaves similarly to a sorta-hard real-life human erection. It bends around the base area or right where the toy starts to curve.
In terms of plushyness, it doesn't feel like the dildo has any sort of rigid interior down the core. There's nothing wrong with this, but it doesn't feel like it has any sort of core that keeps its shape. This contributes to the flexibility of the toy. There's quite a bit of squish to the material, and you can very easily squish the toy in any area of it.
The dildo does have some light veined texturing on it, but it feels about as noticeable as texturing on a human penis.
Designed to look like a human penis, the Eden Lover G has a realistic design and shape - while having a whimsical and non-threatening look to it because of the pastel color choice. This design makes it perfect for those who enjoy the standard human penis - but don't want something that actually looks realistic (for jealous or other personal preferences). The width is actually quite close to an average human penis, so if you enjoy the sensation of a partner and want something to replicate that without going much larger, this toy is perfect.
As you can see from the photos, this dildo also is made with a deep curve designed to help hit the pleasurable areas in either the vaginal or the anal area. At the same time, because of the flexible material, while it can hit that area, it can't be used for a lot of targeted stimulation to the area. It won't provide a lot of deep pressure - though it will rub against the area quite nicely with each thrust of the toy.
This dildo also comes equipped with a flared base. This base is designed for suction cup use, and unlike other dildo suction cup bases, this one is relatively thin-feeling. It wasn't made for rigidity. Depending on the surface you'll be using it on, this seems to work well. If you're on a surface that has a lot of smaller imperfections (like a textured wall or floor), it seems to work better. On surfaces that were already extremely smooth (countertops, wood floors), it seems to work less well.
This going is going to be best for those who love that subtle rubbing up against the g-spot or p-spot. It does that surprisingly well. It's about the same type of sensation you'd get from a partner hitting that special spot. Like a partner, this dildo doesn't have the same rigidity of a hard toy (like glass or steel) to keep pressing in that spot with serious pressure, but it has the right shape to hit that pleasurable spot with each thrust.
While the flexible base also doubles as a suction cup, it does some present some challenges during solo use. If you're attempting to grip onto the base of the dildo, it provides an unstable base to grab. This means you'll need to grip in a different way that allows you to get ahold of the testicles to use as a more stable gripping point. This is do-able, but it doesn't feel quite as natural as using the entire silicone base to grab.
The suction cup is workable, but it's not the best. Depending on what surface you're using it on, it will suffice. It will not be able to work on a wall; it will fall off. It tends to work okay on floors as long as you're actively riding it and not getting too rough. If most of your thrusting tends to be grinding against a dildo, this one will work okay. If you tend to do a lot of in-and-out, the suction cup will come undone from the floor. If you aren't actively using it (changing positions, etc.), the suction cup also comes undone because of the weight of the tip of the dildo is enough to unsuction it.
The Eden Lover G dildo is made from "Loveclone RX" - which, as you can guess, is not an actual material type, but instead, is a proprietary mix that the manufacturer makes. According to the packaging, this is a TPR blend with a design that's supposed to be as realistic in sensation as possible.
Loveclone RX should be cleaned before and after every use like most sex toys. It can be cleaned with warm water and anti-bacterial soap, but it is not fully sterilizable, so it shouldn't be shared between partners unless you're fluid bonded and not concerned about potential STIs. Using a condom over the Eden Lover G and switching condoms between partners would make it safe to use with your non-fluid-bonded partners.
Water-based lubricant should be used with this dildo. As the material definitely tends to "absorb" lubricant, using a condom on the shaft helps keep your bodily fluids and lubricants slick for longer.
This dildo tends to pick up hair and fuzz when left out. A quick rinse before any use will help remove any of that fluff before penetration. Storing in a plastic baggie or cloth bag will help prevent that issue in the first place.
The Eden Lover G-Skin Dildo comes in blister-pack packaging. Much like some electronic devices, it comes in that aggravating packaging that doesn't just pop open. You'll need to use scissors or tear at it something fierce in order to actually get at the toy. I rarely see sex toy companies package things like this, and for good reason - if you go to open this mid-love-session, you're going to be mad really quickly. Make sure to have this toy open and ready-to-use before you actually want to use it.
That having been said, you'll probably destroy the packaging trying to open it, so it's really not suitable for storage.
Packaging certainly isn't discreet either. It's a see-through plastic that clearly shows off the toy. It's sold as an adult novelty toy only, and it has the words "DIX LoveClone RX Realistic Dong with Scrotum Around 6" text on the packaging.