Please recommend a very soft silicone inexpensive dildo!

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Please recommend a very soft silicone inexpensive dildo!

amenti amenti
I love my Tantus Vamp but I need a much softer dildo for pain reasons. I can't afford the vixskin ones though. Is an O2 soft enough? I need alot of give and a smaller size. Soft and reasonable small sized enough to where you could sleep with it in cause I feel the need to be filled wale falling asleep sometimes.
It has to be made of a safe material like silicone or something just as safe.
Please help me find my perfect dildo! Thank you!
02/14/2013
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Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I understand your concern about cost. But if wait for a good sale, you may find that you can swing a Vixskin that you want. Since it will last many years and bring you many orgasms - consider it an investment. If you get 2 orgasms a week - that ends up being $1 per orgasm in year 1 and they are all free from there! Shat does a Starbucks latte cost?
02/14/2013
Jenna@Tantus Jenna@Tantus
You might try a Pack n' Play. The No. 1 is the same mold as your Vamp, actually, and the No. 2 is also a thought.
02/19/2013
ScottA ScottA
Vixen is good (VixSkin best, but ordinary Vixen silicone is pretty soft), also look at the SuperSoft options from Tantus or Happy Valley. They're not as stiff as the VixSkin/O2, but they're very soft.
02/20/2013
tequilafish tequilafish
Vixskin is a lot softer than o2, it might be worth saving up for. o2 is still pretty expensive, and then if it ends up not being soft enough it's kind of a waste of money.
02/20/2013
Femme Mystique Femme Mystique
I second the Vixskin suggestion, it's worth saving for! Unfortunately with the O2 products that are smaller, the softer silicone layer is pretty thin, so they're somewhat soft, but there's no comparison to Vixskin.
02/22/2013
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
The question is: how much softer do you need it to be?

If you just need it to be slightly softer, then an O2 would probably be fine. If you need it to be a lot softer, then VixSkin is honestly your best bet - and if it were me, I'd just be saving up my points for VixSkin anyway, there's honestly nothing like it.
02/22/2013
amenti amenti
I'm saving up for the vixskin spur & the tex. I found out that if you do a buy-out review on them they are 30% off and that's enough to where I can get one. I've also got my eye on the Silky. I think the O2's are too big for me I don't know if they would be as comftable as a smaller vixskin dildo. Will the spur be able to hit my g-spot? The reviews can't tell me for sure. Is the Tex better for g-spotting?
03/09/2013
Virgingasms Virgingasms
I have the Acute, which is pretty pliable and good for g-spotting.
03/10/2013
jr2012 jr2012
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Originally posted by Virgingasms
I have the Acute, which is pretty pliable and good for g-spotting.
I agree, I have the Charmer, and though it's Tantus Silicone as the original poster tried, I think it's very soft and flexible, probably due to it's smaller size and circumference.

Maybe it's more the size than the material? The Vamp would be a little big for me personally. Just a thought.
03/10/2013
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