Ryder vs Infinity: Which plug?

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Ryder vs Infinity: Which plug?

lalapetitee lalapetitee 12/20/2011

I'm moving up in size. I would like something comfortable and easy to insert. I would like it to be wearable for afew hrs without much or no chaffing. Which plug do you suggest?

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lalapetitee lalapetitee
Please select the the plug you recommend most for an intermediate user. Take into account its comfort, ability to stay put and it being easy to insert.
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Ryder (Purple)
Buttercup Green , herdisleah , lexical , Clandestine , Maiden , ~LaUr3n~ , Volund , namelesschaos , Jimbo Jones , ToyTimeTim , Kendrir , Coralbell , Kissaki , Paladin Fantasys , MagicKitty , ScottA
16  (94%)
Infinity plug (Purple)
thinankles
1  (6%)
Other: please explain
Total votes: 17
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12/20/2011
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herdisleah herdisleah
Quote:
Originally posted by lalapetitee
Please select the the plug you recommend most for an intermediate user. Take into account its comfort, ability to stay put and it being easy to insert.
Definitely Ryder - the Infinity's base is just too...cornered...to be comfortable for more than an hour or two. Infinity is the easier one to insert, imo, with the double bulge.
12/20/2011
Valyn Valyn
I've only tried the Ryder and I loved it.. I'd have to try both to really vote though!
12/20/2011
Buttercup Green Buttercup Green
I have yet to try the Infinity plug, but I really want to. I have been on an anal plug crusade lately!
I absolutely adore my Ryder. The color of the purple is much lighter in person, but it is still beautiful.
The blunted tip takes some time to get used to, but if properly warmed up I don't see a problem.
The neck is thick which could make it difficult to keep in during sex, but it stays in with no problem during long term wear.
The base is super thin and flexible, which makes it super comfortable. I have ample cheeks, so I had no problem with irritation.
This was my experience, and I hope you have a great time with whichever plug you choose!
12/20/2011
lexical lexical
I feel that the two are extremely similar, insertion-wise. They both have blunt tips. The Infinity is a bit more beginner friendly, since it narrows in the center, rather than bulging slightly like the Ryder does. Also, I much prefer the shape of the base on the Ryder. It's way more comfortable than the base of the Infinity!

That being said...Ryder is my favorite intermediate plug, hands down. It's perfect, in my opinion.
12/20/2011
Clandestine Clandestine
While the two have their similarities, Ryder should be more user-friendly because of its more comfortable base. Believe me, every little seam and corner counts when it comes to a plug's base.

The Infinity does have an interesting shape, but I still feel that Ryder would be a better all-purpose plug.
12/20/2011
Maiden Maiden
I have yet to try the Infinity, but I love my Ryder. When I first got it, I had to get used to it. It doesn't really have good tapered shape to ease the insertion, so the Infinity might be better based on the narrowing in the center. However, the base on the Infinity looks like it may be uncomfortable to wear for an extended length of time. Once I got used to my Ryder, I could wear it easily under clothes while out in public, for many hours. It is still the only one I have that is comfortable enough to do that.
12/20/2011
Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
I have both of these plugs and I think they are about the same on ease of insertion. I like some of the extra contours of the Infinity, but Ryder definitely has the better base which makes for more comfortable long term wear which is what earns my vote.
12/21/2011
Kendrir Kendrir
I can only vouch for the Ryder, as I've never tried the Infinity, but the Ryder is an extremely comfortable plug for extended wear. I've worn it for 2-3+ hours at a time with no problems. The base *can* seem a little flimsy. When I was carrying more weight on my frame (close to 300lb at 6'2) it seemed like the extra padding made the 'wings' of the base bend to the point I was afraid it might slip inside, but it never did. Since I lost about 80lbs, the base has worked out perfectly fine, though.
12/21/2011
Paladin Fantasys Paladin Fantasys
Ryder for the comfortable base. If you want the Infinity texture, the Jolly Jack is a little more aggressive, but the base is almost as comfortable as the Ryder.
12/22/2011
MagicKitty MagicKitty
Quote:
Originally posted by lalapetitee
Please select the the plug you recommend most for an intermediate user. Take into account its comfort, ability to stay put and it being easy to insert.
The Ryder is simply great. If you don't want any "issues" simply make sure you have enough lube, especially if you wear it for extended periods of time.

If ease of insertion is an issue, the infinity won't be any better than the Ryder. They both have a similar top angle.
12/23/2011
ScottA ScottA
Ryder's base is great. If you want to move to a plug with more contours but still want a comfortable base I'd say look at the Severin series.
12/25/2011
Total posts: 12
Unique posters: 12