Metal or silicone butt plugs?

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Metal or silicone butt plugs?

Glorylizard Glorylizard
I'm thinking about getting a nice metal butt plug, but there's a lot of nice silicone ones out there too. Should I save up a little more for one of the metal ones or just get a silicone one?

I was thinking of either of these:
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11/29/2012
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Rossie Rossie
If you want a nice metal butt plug, get a top-rated stainless steel Njoy Pure plug instead of that steel Metal Worx plug.
11/29/2012
Bill220 Bill220
Metal is just too pricey for me.
11/29/2012
Beck Beck
That metal worx plug doesn't look all that safe for anal. I agree with Rossie. If you want metal...only Njoy will do.
11/29/2012
Girly Juice Girly Juice
The PicoBong Tano is known to have an uncomfortable seam on it. There are other silicone plugs that are better and safer.
11/29/2012
Bill220 Bill220
Since you're considering metal, maybe throw glass into the mix, too? I have two glass plugs and love 'em.
12/01/2012
Incendiaire Incendiaire
I'm quite fond of Metal Worx Teazer which you're considering, but the shape means that it doesn't stay in quite as well as an njoy Pure Plug, so you have to beware of slippage under its weight.

Silicone is a good material if you like gentle squishy toys, whereas metal is good if you enjoy firmness and temperature play.
12/01/2012
Suisei Suisei
If you want the best in comfort, durability, potential for long-term wear and overall safety, one of Njoy's Pure Plug line is perhaps the best choice. I've used both the Large and the 2.0, and they're both amazing. There are smaller sizes as well, which are conveniently more economical. They're all pricey, true, but so worth it.

As for that Metal Worx "plug", I wouldn't trust it. The base is not safe in the least. I'd even be wary of using it as a probe.
I've heard that the PicoBong Tano is okay, but I've heard of it having seams, and the connection between the silicone piece and the plastic base looks potentially irritating.

If you are unsure whether you like anal plugs, it'd be best to start with something affordable but still of a high quality. Since you also considered silicone, I'd like to suggest a few nicely-priced silicone plugs. Tantus' Ryder is a comfortable, oblong plug that strays from the typical cone-shaped variety, and its T-shaped base is much more comfy than a circular one. Likewise, Fun Factory has the Bootie and the Boosty, which have very comfortable looking bases.
12/01/2012
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