Which Kit is better for a beginner?

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Which Kit is better for a beginner?

Sexymami69 Sexymami69 01/24/2011

Has anyone tried either of these products or both, if so can you post if you liked it, and if it helped, or suggestions are welcomed

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Sexymami69 Sexymami69
We want to start anal pleasure, but do not know which kit is better
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Rayne Millaray , zracer , padmeamidala , Beck , kz916
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A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople) , Xavier7 , *HisMrs* , jay28 , sasweetheart89 , ichwillwaffels , CAKES , sarki , geliebt , aliceinthehole , SMichelle , GRRRRR , kz916
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Angel deSanguine , pfoof , bigboobs , ZenaidaMacroura , dv8 , Lio , pinkcupcakes , cinnie0 , potstickers , BluePixi , dhig , Krissers , Yoda , sweet seduction , thedude , ellejay , IndependentlyHappy , Envy , MnWolf , TheSexista , ScottA , Lady Marmelade , Herper , Miss T , Kaltir , SexyStuff , Anne Ardeur , liilii080 , BBW Talks Toys , Solar Ray , sixfootsex , Saam Dann , Skitlz , tammyandy69 , Lolla Munz , Anjulie , GravyCakes , AvgJon , tickle me pink , UunicornN , DCorrelle , The Curious Couple , KaraSutra , BabyL0ve , Howells , Lady Venus , P'Gell , wetone123 , kelaaa33wish , cujo467 , ~KillerQueen~ , Donord , Rhazya , ichigostrawberry , ajwonder , TameTemptress , ily , Ghost , Powder , Rocky LaFemme , SiNn , dezzydezire , Steve of Eden , Mr. & Mrs. Peg , thebest , boobookittyfuk , shankinbro , callsignhusker , sktb0007 , Jon S , IslandGoddess , slynch , Piña Colada , AmberM , unfulfilled , MeliPixie , pleasurehunter , PassionCpl , LM , ToyBoy , Stagger13 , llellsee , DreamWolf , Missmarc , Funtastic
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Total votes: 103 (102 voters)
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Angel deSanguine Angel deSanguine
I voted other because neither of those kits are sterilisable which, in my book, is must have for anal toys- especially if they are going to be swapped between partners. I also do not like that the bases on the vibrators are pretty much nonexistent and, though it looks like you're getting a lot with the Kobe Tai kit, all of the light purple pieces are just hard plastic sleeves for the standard vibrator that's included in the kit.

I've picked a few things that I think would go well with a self-made anal kit. They are all 100% silicone and thus are able to be sterilised. It will cost a little bit more than the kits you've listed but because they can be safely swapped between partners you won't have to purchase two sets. They will also last forever as long as they're cleaned and not used with silicone based lube. I recommend Maximus for a thick water-based lube that's great for anal play if you don't already have a favorite.

This is an excellent beginners plug, I have this one and I still use it. link

This is a good moderate plug, a step up from the first one. It has a goon narrow neck that will make it less likely to fall out and a narrow base for comfortable extended wear if you wanted to experiment with that. It is also large enough that it can be thrust in and out without popping the sphincter over the neck and it would feel really nice. link

This is good for gentle texture without the sometimes unpleasant abrupt POP between standard style anal beads. I really like toys like this! link

I hope this helps, if you have any questions, I'm happy to help.
01/24/2011
ZenaidaMacroura ZenaidaMacroura
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Originally posted by Angel deSanguine
I voted other because neither of those kits are sterilisable which, in my book, is must have for anal toys- especially if they are going to be swapped between partners. I also do not like that the bases on the vibrators are pretty much nonexistent ...
This. I would definitely say it's a good idea to buy several good quality, hygienic pieces than buy a kit that's porous and hard to clean.
01/25/2011
potstickers potstickers
I would just go with a few good items that you'll be able to keep using. Go for toys you can sterilize.
01/25/2011
thedude thedude
buy few small things-make yoru own kit
01/29/2011
IndependentlyHappy IndependentlyHappy
I would definitely look into something like this:

Tantus Slim

This little guy is sterilizable, while also being an ideal size for a beginner. A lot of beginners' kits are made of materials that can't be sterilized, which is super important when anal play is on the menu.
01/31/2011
MnWolf MnWolf
I voted for other, even though there are some things about the two kits that you have listed that would be a good start. The main thing that comes to mind is what exactly are you planning to do, are you just starting out with any type of anal play or is anal play something that you know you and your partner will more than likely enjoy.
It will come down to what you are willing to spend to find out whether you like it or not. As long as one of you already know that you enjoy the feeling then I would say go with the Kobi, this kit gives you a variety of things to try an from there you can start to purchase the type of toy that you and yours find the most pleasurable.

Anything anal should be done with care as I am sure you know. All toys can be covered with a condom to provide partnered play with the same toy. The best thing would be to take it slow, once you do decide on what kit or perhaps the single toy that you want to try. If anything out right hurts, stop…..! Relaxation and trust and good lube are a big thing to keep in mind with anal.
02/04/2011
Naughty Student Naughty Student
I agree with the others. I would go with some better more safe products. I started with a jelly toy and quickly moved onto silicone.
02/05/2011
ScottA ScottA
It looks like you get about 4-6 low quality toys of various sizes in those kits for $30-$50 dollars. A better idea is to try playing around with fingers and see what types of stimulation you like. Do you like thrusting? Get a dildo - 1" if you're comfortable with about one finger only, 1.5 inches with 3. Like something just sitting around in there? Get a plug. Like bumpy bloopies? Get a bead stick (stick so you can push it in as well as pull it out). Get it in silicone and it will be safe, clean and last for ever. Smaller toys are about $25-$30 for a really nice silicone toy, so for the price of the more expensive kit which probably has very few toys you'll use more than once or twice you can get something you can use the rest of your life (and very well might, because it matches your size and wants).
02/05/2011
Rayne Millaray Rayne Millaray
I'm not huge on texture, so I'm digging on the pink set.

As for the material's safety, the thing people tend to forget is a condom fixes the safety problem. No need to sterilize the toy if you wrap it up.
02/05/2011
Herper Herper
Neither are wonderful - I would go silicone and starting off with plugs and dildos around 1 inch to start and move your way up from there.
02/10/2011
Kaltir Kaltir
Quote:
Originally posted by potstickers
I would just go with a few good items that you'll be able to keep using. Go for toys you can sterilize.
I'm with you.
02/12/2011
Mr. E Mr. E
Quote:
Originally posted by Rayne Millaray
I'm not huge on texture, so I'm digging on the pink set.

As for the material's safety, the thing people tend to forget is a condom fixes the safety problem. No need to sterilize the toy if you wrap it up.
Yes, but from another perspective...the thing people do tend to forget is the condom, and if they forget the condom the safety does become an issue.

I prefer to stick with safe toys that can be properly cleaned.
02/12/2011
liilii080 liilii080
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Originally posted by thedude
buy few small things-make yoru own kit
I second this. I prefer a do it myself kind of kit.
02/12/2011
Solar Ray Solar Ray
I agree on getting a few nice silicone slim plugs & small flared dildos rather than a kit. Silicone is boil-able and bleach-able so is much more hygienic.
02/14/2011
alliegator alliegator
Less expensive jelly or plastic toys were the first ones I tried because I didn't want to invest a lot while I was unsure what I wanted. Variety seems like a good idea, but the lower quality frustrated me. I've since thrown out all of them, and now strictly prefer silicone.
02/14/2011
ToyBoy ToyBoy
I would spend a bit more money and purchase silicone toys. If you buy the kits you will probably throw them out relatively soon because they just aren't meant to last. I would definately suggest getting a small plug and a graduated toy, such as the ripple large
05/22/2011
Powder Powder
Quote:
Originally posted by thedude
buy few small things-make yoru own kit
Truer words have not been spoken yet
07/18/2011
thebest thebest
something else
07/20/2011
SiNn SiNn
Quote:
Originally posted by Sexymami69
We want to start anal pleasure, but do not know which kit is better
other because i agree with Angel deSanguine
07/21/2011
Steve of Eden Steve of Eden
Quote:
Originally posted by ZenaidaMacroura
This. I would definitely say it's a good idea to buy several good quality, hygienic pieces than buy a kit that's porous and hard to clean.
Agreed, you would benefit in buying quality toys that are 100% sanitary... especially since they would be anal...
07/21/2011
Mr. & Mrs. Peg Mr. & Mrs. Peg
Quote:
Originally posted by ZenaidaMacroura
This. I would definitely say it's a good idea to buy several good quality, hygienic pieces than buy a kit that's porous and hard to clean.
I couldn't agree more. Buy something that will last. Spend a little more, you will be happy in the end (pun intended!).
07/21/2011
Lady Nina Lady Nina
Vibrating
07/24/2011
NarcissisticLust NarcissisticLust
Quote:
Originally posted by Angel deSanguine
I voted other because neither of those kits are sterilisable which, in my book, is must have for anal toys- especially if they are going to be swapped between partners. I also do not like that the bases on the vibrators are pretty much nonexistent ...
You linked to the Love Pacifier which is a plug I'm very interesting in buying but I'm worried about the raised seam which runs through the center. Did this effect you? Were you able to smooth or file it?
08/10/2011
shankinbro shankinbro
I feel the rectal dilator kit that you can buy for cheap on amazon is the perfect thing for opening up and taking larger sized toys ( as well as make anal more enjoyable) .

They're made of hard plastic, so no probing play with em (since you dont want to bruise), but as a plug used for stretching the hard material is a great help.

After you're comfortable relaxing and fitting larger sized objects with those plugs move on to probing.
08/11/2011
callsignhusker callsignhusker
kits arent so hot
08/15/2011
IslandGoddess IslandGoddess
I've been wondering the same thing
09/10/2011
Mr Dj Mr Dj
yea.. it's best to make your own kit
10/27/2011
unfulfilled unfulfilled
I voted other b/c I have the Juli Ashtons and it's nice to have size progression, but it is not nice to have the awful smellthat comes with it.
10/28/2011
MeliPixie MeliPixie
I would never buy anal toys that cannot be sterilized. you're better off with something slim and silicone or glass to start off with, not a kit, just one anal-safe toy, and graduate yourself when you're ready. I've always thought kits were a waste of money and generally, being made of rubber, unsafe.
10/29/2011
pleasurehunter pleasurehunter
neither
11/01/2011
PassionCpl PassionCpl
Neither of those for us either although there have been some great alternative suggestions posted already.
11/03/2011
levellc09 levellc09
Bookmarking this post!
12/06/2011
levellc09 levellc09
Bookmarking this post!
12/06/2011
GRRRRR GRRRRR
The kobe thai one looks like fun but like stated before they cannot be sterilized.
12/07/2011
kz916 kz916
Kobe Tai Anal Adventure or juli Ashton
01/16/2012
Total posts: 36
Unique posters: 35