Temperature Play

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Is it possible to heat up or ice down ANY glass toy? Or does it depend on the type of material, like the lucid heart has that is made for this sort of temperature play?
08/12/2010
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Jul!a Jul!a
My experience with glass is limited, so I could be wrong, but I would imagine that any glass toy on here for the most part would be able to do both, provided that you weren't microwaving or going from one extreme temperature to another right away.
08/12/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Temperature play is a relative term - you shouldn't be looking at anything too hot or cold. Anything that is bearable for your intimate parts would not be a problem for the glass toys that I have - and I do own a Lucid Heart.

Another thing to avoid is large temperature swings - don't take hot glass an put cold water on it - or vice-versa.

Moderation is a good thing!
08/12/2010
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
Temperature play is a relative term - you shouldn't be looking at anything too hot or cold. Anything that is bearable for your intimate parts would not be a problem for the glass toys that I have - and I do own a Lucid Heart.

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Very true, and I will add to be careful with how hot, test on the inside of your arm or mouth for that matter, your hand can take more heat than your inner tissue.
08/12/2010
M. Roth M. Roth
I use the Amber Wave for my temperature play. I tend to put it in the freezer for a minute or two, that way it isn't too cold, but is still delightful. I don't think I'd ever want my glass to be hot. =/

Just don't go to extremes, in any case.
07/21/2011
Elnoa Elnoa
All the glass toys should be made of pyrex and are safe for temperature play. Metal toys (aluminum, stainless steel) are also good.
07/21/2011
LilLostLenore LilLostLenore
ive never used a glass toy, only rubbers and metals.
10/14/2011
carenautilus carenautilus
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
Temperature play is a relative term - you shouldn't be looking at anything too hot or cold. Anything that is bearable for your intimate parts would not be a problem for the glass toys that I have - and I do own a Lucid Heart.

Another thing ... More
Yep, why zie said!
10/14/2011
Collogue Collogue
Great review, thanks!
12/09/2011
Brandonn Brandonn
As long as you don't go to the extreme; freeze or boil. Always inspect glass toys for cracks or chips, (clean before and after), each time.
03/10/2012
SubmissiveFeminist SubmissiveFeminist
Any glass should be able to handle temperature, but I'm suggesting you not freeze or boil any because it may damage the toy (not to mention your bits!).

If you want to try playing with temperature, I suggest putting the toy in cold or warm-hot water. This brings the temperature up slowly and will hold it pretty well.
03/11/2012
Dawnie Dawnie
Good job.
03/19/2012
Lavender420 Lavender420
Glass is my material of choice - it's smooth and can either be heated/cooled. I feel it really is ALL about preference. Also, it can be a feeling thing (might be too hard) for certain people.
03/31/2012
pixylove101 pixylove101
Is the tempature play with glass enjoyable or is it went to hurt as well?
08/27/2012
Porygorish Porygorish
tempurature with glass is completely viable, just don't interchange them too quickly cause quick changes in tempurature may make the glass crack or get imperfected
09/04/2012
amenti amenti
Thank you all for the helpful info. I'm just getting started with glass toys myself.
12/16/2012
Girly Juice Girly Juice
Most dildos can be used for temperature play. Glass and steel ones hold temperatures for longer, though.
12/19/2012
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