Flash brown dildo or vixskin outlaw dildo?

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When it comes to smell, feeling, texture, and size which is better?
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Kismyass
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Lucifer the Cat , Wicked Wahine , Gunsmoke , SecretKinksters , bellea , xgamerx , slynch , Slipperywet , Graniteal , Akira , RonLee , veggieguy , AM Butts
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Total votes: 14
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edeneve edeneve
I suggest reading some of the highest as well as the lowest rated reviews for these dildos to possibly find the answers you're looking for.
11/01/2013
Lucifer the Cat Lucifer the Cat
I just know that vixskin is completely awesome
11/02/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
I found a thorough review of the Flash Brown here, but until then, I had no idea what this even was.

Since the Flash Brown is made of PVC, not silicone like the Outlaw, I think you have your answer right there. Why choose a porous material over a superior one? I have the Outlaw by Vixen, as well as several other of their VixSkin dildos and they are by far better than any of the other dildos (even other silicone ones), that I have tried!

There is only one exception for me as far as preference for feeling and that is some of the CyberSkin dildos, but only certain ones. And then the issue of having to worry about the porous nature of them, is a real pain for me. I have several CyberSkin dildos/vibes, but only a few are they exact same material by Topco that I like. Even others by Topco have a different feeling/hardness, so it's difficult to claim I like all CyberSkin and much is just repulsive and smelly. I am lucky I tried the slimline first because that is what I liked so much and have been trying to find in a bigger size. I know this discussion isn't about this, but felt I should add it because even though silicone is the safest for a realistic dildo, it's not the undisputed king in all ways for everyone.
11/02/2013
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
We have the Outlaw and love it. It's a little big for everyday use - but it's a nice treat 1/month or so.
11/04/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
We have the Outlaw and love it. It's a little big for everyday use - but it's a nice treat 1/month or so.
Hey, Gunsmoke, I got the Outlaw after your recommendation on the forums!
11/04/2013
SecretKinksters SecretKinksters
Outlaw. Want it...now!
11/05/2013
dv8 dv8
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Originally posted by SecretKinksters
Outlaw. Want it...now!
Reach for the sky!
Jul 5, 11:24 pm
veggieguy veggieguy
The Flash Brown has phtalates in it, which are not very safe for your body. I contacted the manufacturer and he confirmed that despite some websites saying phtalate-free that it DOES have some of them.

So the most important aspect, I think, is safety. And you cannot go wrong with 100% silicone. Most silicone dildos, however, are way too hard and do not feel like the real deal. This is why VixSkin is so awesome. Their material feels very soft and real.
Jul 25, 4:56 am
veggieguy veggieguy
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
I found a thorough review of the Flash Brown here, but until then, I had no idea what this even was.

Since the Flash Brown is made of PVC, not silicone like the Outlaw, I think you have your answer right there. Why choose a porous material ... More
I agree with Wicked Wahine: Cyberskin (and I also think Doc Johnson's UR3) feel even more realistic than VixSkin. However when you consider the safety aspect (and the bad smell f UR3) then I'd rather go with VixSkin.

Especially since Doc Johnson isn't a company I really trust.
Their declaration of "non-phtalate" for example is very misleading as this means - BY THEIR DEFINITION - that it does indeed contain phtalate but only as little as possible.
So "non-phtalate" at Doc Johnson's obviously does not mean "phtalate-free". And some websites, even EdenFantasys, got confused and stated some products by Doc Johnson were "phtalate-free" whereas they really were "non-phtalate" which means they are not free of phtalates.
That's reason enough for me not to buy too many Doc Johnson products although I really (!) love the feeling of UR3 as it is the most realistic I have experienced.
Jul 25, 5:00 am
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