Smooth tool Dildo by Doc Johnson

anelinvader anelinvader
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my wife and i are looking at getting this for our pegging sessions but would like some input. We mostly buy Silicone toys this is made of Sil-a-Gel we have not used anything made of this and was wondering if it is a good materal? and will it hold up like Silicone toys do?
12/31/2009
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Sir Sir
I recommend against Sil-a-Gel wholeheartedly. I do not recommend buying that. They have it in blue right here, the silicone version:

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Sil-a-Gel is a sturdy material, but it smells awful and cannot be sterilized.
12/31/2009
FAM4LIFE FAM4LIFE
Although Sil-a-Gel is descent for the money, Silicone is definitely worth the extra bucks. I feel safer knowing that I can boil my silicone toys. And, the no-smell thing is a huge plus!
12/31/2009
ScottA ScottA
I've heard of people having a reaction (pain, not anaphylaxis) to something in Sil-A-Gel, too (probably the antibacterial additive).
12/31/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by ScottA
I've heard of people having a reaction (pain, not anaphylaxis) to something in Sil-A-Gel, too (probably the antibacterial additive).
Sil-a-gel makes me burn so I can vouch for this =/
12/31/2009
Envy Envy
The name itself sounds wrong to me... =X And Gel makes me think of Jelly, so no thanks....
12/31/2009
anelinvader anelinvader
wow thank for the info did not realize they use a antibacterial additive i think we will stay a way from it we already have problems with latex. I think we will stick to the silicone.
Thanks
01/01/2010
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