Whose toys last longest?

bobbinsnz bobbinsnz
In your experience whose toys last the longest without suffering wear and tear?
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Lelo
Tantus
1  (8%)
Fun Factory
Doc Johnson,Vixen Creations
Jopen
Other (tell me in the comments)
12  (92%)
Total votes: 13
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Ningyo Ningyo
Er, why did you put Doc Johnson and Vixen Creations on the same line? But anyway, I have toys from Lelo, Fun Factory, Vixen Creations, and Jopen, and they're all still in tip-top shape. Tantus toys are famous for being quality and long-lasting as well. The only other brand you have listed is Doc Johnson, and since they make toys from some shoddy materials, those toys are the only ones from this list that wouldn't hold up well.
06/08/2013
bobbinsnz bobbinsnz
Oh no, I think the page refreshed half way through my writing the list, Vixen creations and Doc Johnson obviously aren't meant to be on the same line.
06/08/2013
Ningyo Ningyo
Quote:
Originally posted by bobbinsnz
Oh no, I think the page refreshed half way through my writing the list, Vixen creations and Doc Johnson obviously aren't meant to be on the same line.
Ah, that makes sense. Kinda funny, since those two companies are pretty opposite in terms of quality.
06/09/2013
Rossie Rossie
The stainless steel Njoy products - they'll still be there even when I'm gone! LOL
06/09/2013
evanescentowl evanescentowl
I think it has more to do with material than the company. No matter who makes it, a jelly toy isn't going to hold up against wood, glass or metal.
06/09/2013
eri86 eri86
We-Vibe!
06/09/2013
*Camoprincess* *Camoprincess*
I say it really depends on the material and the way you care for your toys as well as the quality of the item. I have toys from Vixskin,Jopen,Lelo,Cal Exotics,Doc Johnson and they all have held up about the same
06/09/2013
kendra30752 kendra30752
Quote:
Originally posted by bobbinsnz
In your experience whose toys last the longest without suffering wear and tear?
In my experience, it hasn't really been about one particular brand outlasting others, but more about the quality period and whether it's rechargeable or not. Obviously, the material and quality are going to be the important factors. If the toy is jelly or something, it's not gonna last like a silicone toy or glass.

Glass and steel will be the ones that will last and last and last and last. Vibrator-wise, I've had many that have lasted me for 4 years now. I've not been collecting longer than 4-5 years really, so it's hard to say.

I have more than one (3 to be exact) Evolved vibrators that still work just like brand new for more than 2 years now. The most-used is Flutter, second most used is Sugar and the third has not been used much at all, but still brand new-like. That's great for a $30something dual action vibrator!

I've only had "luxury" toys from brands like Lelo, Rhianne S. and from the Leaf line for about a year. They all are going just like brand new, but that's to be expected from a toy that's made of high quality, is silicone and is rechargeable. In my opinion, rechargeables outlast the battery-operated ones, probably.
06/09/2013
TJax TJax
We've only had one toy die on us and I can't tell you how many years we had it beforehand. Maybe we don't play enough.
06/09/2013
Virgingasms Virgingasms
I haven't had anything long enough for it to break, but my favorites are Tantus, JimmyJane and LELO. They're all high quality silicone so I expect them to last several years. Especially the Tantus and LELO since they aren't mechanical. I also have a Pipedream glass toy that's been dropped a couple times with no damage at all, so I have hopes for it as well. I think it's more about quality materials then brand, but certain brands do use better materials.
06/09/2013
Real or memorex Real or memorex
I have dinged and scratched the hell out of my njoy toys pretty quickly - my poor Eleven has a chip knocked out of it from being dropped on a tile floor. I don't think njoy is as wear-resistant as its reputation (despite the wear, they'll still last forever and are worth it, though!).

On the other hand, my Tantus lil flirt from 2004 is still going strong with no visible wear.
06/10/2013
Stagger13 Stagger13
Quote:
Originally posted by bobbinsnz
In your experience whose toys last the longest without suffering wear and tear?
Hard to say based on use or abuse...I notice the price is a general rule...really cheap may not last.
06/11/2013
js250 js250
I would have to say that it all depends on the care a person takes of the toys. Obviously there are those more disposable ones made very cheaply that will die fairly rapidly--but overall, it comes down to how good of care and the quality of the materials/parts.
06/11/2013
sXeVegan90 sXeVegan90
It depends on the material and the person taking care of them.
06/11/2013
Total posts: 15
Unique posters: 13