What is a good dildo that is around 4.5" circumference?

CS2012 CS2012
I have only owned egg vibrators. I am wanting to get an inexpensive dildo for less than 20 dollars. What is a good one that is around 4.5" circumference?
11/02/2010
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LicentiouslyYours LicentiouslyYours
This is a tough one for me—I know you don't to spend a lot of money, but perhaps you might consider bumping up your maximum price, or save up Eden Points to reduce the cost. I say this because there are some really good options in the $20-$40 price range, but far fewer good options under $20.

For one thing, you can get a glass or silicone dildo for under $40 and while this may seem like too much to spend, both materials will last indefinitely and are non-porous, so there is no worry of embedded bacterial or material break down over time.

For example, you can get the Tantus Curve which is exactly the size you want and made of 100% silicone for $39.99.

A fairly inexpensive glass option would be Blue Hearts which is $24.99, not too much more than your maximum.

Another option might be this which is made of Sil-a-gel and has anti-bacterial properties. It's in your price and size range, but I have not tried it so I would suggest reading reviews before purchase.

There are many other choices under $20 in the rubber, jelly or cyber-skin material categories, but keep in mind these are porous materials, which can harbor bacterial and the toys I've owned made from these materials have not had a long life.
11/02/2010
ScottA ScottA
Save and get one that's better. Silicone or glass are great choices, much better than TPR, rubber or jelly.
11/02/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
4.5" circumference is just a little less than 1.5" diameter (actually 1.4"). There are a lot of lower priced jelly dildos in that size - but because of the material you should assume you'll need a condom.

I'd suggest that you consider silicone - although a little more expensive the selection is much bigger - the safety and quality are worth the extra $s.
11/03/2010
CS2012 CS2012
Thanks everyone for your advice. I have only used egg vibes and I am trying to pick out a good first dildo.
11/04/2010
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