Anal Started Differences?

Quest Quest
Anal starter
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Hi everyone,

I'm wondering about the two "Anal Starter" dildos.
When I compare them side by side, they show some different details, like the measurements.
But, when I switch between them in the 1:1-views, there's barely a difference besides the base a bit and the color of course.

So, are the details correct or are they really not different at all?
Besides, again, the color and the shape slightly.

I'd really like to know this, especially the correct measurements, it would help me out a lot.
04/07/2010
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
Quote:
Originally posted by Quest
Hi everyone,

I'm wondering about the two "Anal Starter" dildos.
When I compare them side by side, they show some different details, like the measurements.
But, when I switch between them in the 1:1-views, there's ... More
are you talking about the difference between the purple one and the green one?

I would NOT recommend this product for anal play, but that is just my opinion. The base is not flared enough for my comfort level. If you wanted to stick low cost and with Doc Johnson, I'd suggest this one instead. The base is a bit more differentiated for the rest of it.

good luck!
04/07/2010
Saraid Saraid
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
are you talking about the difference between the purple one and the green one?

I would NOT recommend this product for anal play, but that is just my opinion. The base is not flared enough for my comfort level. If you wanted to stick low cost ... More
I agree with Mr. Sauce. Also, it would be best to go with a non-porous material like silicone.

Some cheap ones are:
Love Pacifier Beginner - link
Joe Rock - link
Plug of Lust Small - link
04/07/2010
HS HS
how do you keep it from staining. mine has become brown and hard to get the color out.
04/11/2010
ButtonQTpi ButtonQTpi
I had both at one time and I couldn't notice a difference between the two other then the color.

I have the same concerns about the base of this toy as I mentioned in my review. As a beginner I find I haven't had any issues but I believe more experienced uses would have to be extra careful!

As for staining, it is recommended to use a condom with this product because it;s made of Sil-a-Gel and the surface attracts lint. Using a condom would help with there being no discoloration in the first place. As for getting the brown out I have no suggestions for that. Sorry
06/22/2010
Quest Quest
Quote:
Originally posted by Saraid
I agree with Mr. Sauce. Also, it would be best to go with a non-porous material like silicone.

Some cheap ones are:
Love Pacifier Beginner - link
Joe Rock - link
Plug of Lust Small - link ... More
Hm, well I'm actually looking for a more penis-shaped dildo.
Smooth like this one, but still a bit of texture so it's not one boring slide fest, you know.
Also, the dimensions are nice, I can't take too much, but too little is of course not interesting either.
Cause I'm looking for a bit more of... action... hands-free too.
So not just a plug to insert and leave there or something.
Which would you recommend instead of this one?

xxx
06/22/2010
UrNaughtyaAngel UrNaughtyaAngel
Thanks for the info, I am interested in anal pleasure and I am also new to learning about toys and its materials.
08/31/2010
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Quote:
Originally posted by HS
how do you keep it from staining. mine has become brown and hard to get the color out.
If your plug is staining it's because it's made from a porous material, meaning it has pores (like the ones on our skin, but much smaller) that absorb microbes. Examples of some of the more common porous materials used for sex toys are jelly and rubber. many toys are made from some variation of these two materials.

Because they are porous they will degrade much, much faster than other toys and can become very smelly and discolored. Some of these toys, particularly jelly and PVC toys can contain toxic materials including cadmium and lead. The sex toy industry is not yet a strictly regulated one like, for example, pharmaceuticals. Drugs have to go through examination and testing before they are released to consumers, but sex toys do not.

For this reason it is highly advised that if you must use a toy made from one of these materials that you use a condom or barrier of some kind. A condom will slow the build of bacteria in your toy, and it will also protect you from any toxins that could be leeched into your body during use.

The best bet, however, is to invest in a non-porous toy made from a material like pure silicone. Some "silicone" toy are made from blends and are therefore porous, so it's important to make sure the toy is mad completely from silicone. Other non-porous materials include Elastomed or even harder materials like steel or Acrylic. These toys tend to cost a little more money, but the good news is you won't have to constantly replace them like porous toys because they cannot absorb bacteria. They also do not contain toxins like other materials often do. If you take good care of a toy made from these materials, they can last forever so you actually save money in the long run!

Hope that helps!
08/31/2010
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Here you can find all of the anal toys that Edenfantasys carries that are non-porous. On the left hand side you can see there are box that lists "material safety" with 10 being the safest and 1 being the least safe. I have checked off all of the materials in the 10 range, meaning I have checked off all of the safest, non-porous materials.
08/31/2010
Naughty Student Naughty Student
I would recommend the Throb for a safe realistic anal toy.

The Slim Jim is a little more realistic but is slightly more expensive.
08/31/2010
ScottA ScottA
Quote:
Originally posted by Naughty Student
I would recommend the Throb for a safe realistic anal toy.

The Slim Jim is a little more realistic but is slightly more expensive. ... More
I'm not sure about the Throb. The material and base are good, but I discourage people just getting into anal play from getting heavily textured toys. Often when you're starting out you don't have the ability to relax your anus mastered yet, and a textured toy can be very irritating after a while if your anus is tense. A smooth toy is much better - look at the medium Silk link or a similar sized smooth toy.
09/01/2010
Loriandhubby Loriandhubby
Quote:
Originally posted by Saraid
I agree with Mr. Sauce. Also, it would be best to go with a non-porous material like silicone.

Some cheap ones are:
Love Pacifier Beginner - link
Joe Rock - link
Plug of Lust Small - link ... More
thank you so much for the information and links
03/06/2012
Talena Talena
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
are you talking about the difference between the purple one and the green one?

I would NOT recommend this product for anal play, but that is just my opinion. The base is not flared enough for my comfort level. If you wanted to stick low cost ... More
for beginner anal explorers this base is just fine. While I am not a beginner, I also don't like big things in my ass. But I, however, would like to see a better material on an anal starter.
05/30/2012
MissBean MissBean
Quote:
Originally posted by Saraid
I agree with Mr. Sauce. Also, it would be best to go with a non-porous material like silicone.

Some cheap ones are:
Love Pacifier Beginner - link
Joe Rock - link
Plug of Lust Small - link ... More
this was super helpful, thanks!
10/29/2012
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