The Sword is made from Fleshjack's SuperSkin material, but unlike their traditional Fleshlights, the case is a soft plastic, so you are really able to grip it and add a whole new level of sensation if you so choose. The patent protected SuperSkin material is extremely realistic, smooth, and soft, making it perfect for all users. It is allergen-free, latex-free, and holds heat if you are seeking another dimension of pleasure.
The sleeve comes pre-powdered, so after you clean, sprinkle a decent amount of corn starch on the sleeve to help keep it soft.
SuperSkin requires you ONLY use WATER BASED lubricants. Silicone based lubes will do some pretty major damage to the material over time.
The Sword casing is designed to look like, well, a sword handle. That handle is a soft plastic that makes it comfortable to grip and easy to squeeze to add some extra stimulation.
The depth of the sword is 8 inches deep, it weighs about 2 pounds, and is quite the handful of toy, making it very compatible with all shaped and sized penises.
I would say this toy is not easy to travel with; I think it is capable of being hidden, though it will be a little tougher. Like I said, it's a pretty decent sized toy, and it's not like the Lotus Mini Butt that I previously reviewed (that is intended to be a nice little travel toy), but rather this is your home alone, watch some porn, slowly go at masturbator.
One additional function that is pretty nice is the removable plug at the bottom of the Sword. You can leave the plug in for more suction and a more intense session, or you can take it out and have a more smooth ride.
Personally I liked the plug in, but if you are much more sensitive you may want to try the plug out.
The soft plastic case added that extra dimension missing from previous versions of Fleshlights, and really helped the guy wanting a little more get that little more.
This toy is a bit specific in its care, though not hard.
Things you will want to have before you begin use:
--Water Based Lube
After use, remove the SuperSkin insert, run some warm water, and let it dry before putting it away. You CAN NOT USE SOAP, so if you have a difficult stain or mess you need to clean, use Isopropyl Alcohol. Then, to keep the Sword soft, liberally sprinkle some corn starch on the sleeve. Once dry, re-insert the sleeve back into the soft case, put the cap back on the Sword, and put it away.
The box was a fancy little box that had ample directions for a very ample toy. It came with a trial size of water based lubricant and a visually appealing instruction list.
The box itself had many diagrams and photos to help figure out what you were getting with the Sword.