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LovingBookworm LovingBookworm
I love the sex toy material safety-range gauge that's available on the sex toy review main page. Although the information is all already available, I know that I for one would love to be able to just eliminate every toy with a safety rating under seven, for example, from my searches without having to remember the different material names.
06/29/2008
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Grizli Grizli
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Originally posted by LovingBookworm
I love the sex toy material safety-range gauge that's available on the sex toy review main page. Although the information is all already available, I know that I for one would love to be able to just eliminate every toy with a safety rating under ...
LovingBookworm, you just read our minds. The material safety filters are in the production and scheduled for release sometime in July.
Your comment greatly encorages our development . Thank you.
06/30/2008
LovingBookworm LovingBookworm
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Originally posted by Grizli
LovingBookworm, you just read our minds. The material safety filters are in the production and scheduled for release sometime in July.Your comment greatly encorages our development . Thank you.
*laughs* Wonderful! I can't wait.
07/02/2008
Oggins Oggins
I too have a concern about product materials but, mine stems from the material guide section. For example, when you click on "crystalessence" in the description of an item, you are taken to the material guide section that does in fact tell you all about the crystalessence material but, it does not say whether or not it contains pthalates. I really would like to know in the material guides which materials contain pthalates and which do not. I do understand that most materials that are pthalate free will say so under the properties tab when viewing the item itself but, it's just kind of confusing when the description doesn't say whether it's pthalate free or not and the material guide doesn't either so, it leads me to beleive it does in fact contain pthalates. I actually did a google on crystalessence to see if I could find any info on whther it contained pthalates but, couldn't come up with a yes or a no there either. Just a suggestion to try and help clear things up.
07/03/2008
Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
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Originally posted by Oggins
I too have a concern about product materials but, mine stems from the material guide section. For example, when you click on "crystalessence" in the description of an item, you are taken to the material guide section that does in fact tell ...
I realize this is not difinitive, but under the "sex toy materials" section of the "sex toy reviews" page, it lists Crystalessence under the jelly heading. I always assume that anything considered jelly has phthalates.
07/07/2008
Oggins Oggins
Thanks Jimbo! That's a great point! I too assume it has phthalates it's just, I think it would be great if they were able to "plainly" state whether or not a material may contain them. I imagine this feature would be extremely useful to new members who are just getting started with sex toys.
07/07/2008
Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
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Originally posted by Oggins
Thanks Jimbo! That's a great point! I too assume it has phthalates it's just, I think it would be great if they were able to "plainly" state whether or not a material may contain them. I imagine this feature would be extremely ...
You're right that would be a nice feature.
Almost like being able to eliminate lubricants that contain glycerin in that section.
07/08/2008
Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jones
I realize this is not difinitive, but under the "sex toy materials" section of the "sex toy reviews" page, it lists Crystalessence under the jelly heading. I always assume that anything considered jelly has phthalates.
You might never read this again, but I want to say this here so that I can correct myself (and maybe Edenfantasys) publicly. Edenfantasys own website states that Crystalessence is Thermoplastic rubber (TPR) which is also known as Thermoplastic elastomer (TPE). Elastomers are generally considered to be better alternatives to jelly because they are phthalate free. This means, at the very least, that Edenfantasys needs to fix the listing that I mentioned before so that Crystalessence shows up under Thermplastic Rubber not jelly.
07/11/2008
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