Wooden toys

AriaRN AriaRN
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I've heard a lot about wooden toys lately but I don't see what the difference would be between a wooden toy vs. a glass toy vs. a regular dildo. Anyone know?
07/28/2012
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Ms. N Ms. N
Wood is more expensive! *lol*
07/28/2012
sktb0007 sktb0007
A few differences off the top of my head:

wood= very light in weight
glass= temperature play
07/28/2012
AriaRN AriaRN
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Originally posted by Ms. N
Wood is more expensive! *lol*
Ya I noticed some of them are ridiculously priced which makes me wonder what's so great about them?
07/29/2012
Ningyo Ningyo
Apparently they're really light, so therefore your hands/wrists won't tire out as quickly. There's also the whole eco-friendly, natural appeal to them.
I want to try one someday, but they're so expensive.
07/29/2012
AriaRN AriaRN
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Originally posted by Ningyo
Apparently they're really light, so therefore your hands/wrists won't tire out as quickly. There's also the whole eco-friendly, natural appeal to them.
I want to try one someday, but they're so expensive.
Ya I'm thinking the price might outweigh the benefits
07/30/2012
JennSenn JennSenn
I want to try them. It seems like they are lighter material. Glass is fairly heavy. Regular dildos would be medium weight maybe? And depending on material they could be softer.
07/31/2012
Gdom Gdom
Aside from the differences mentioned by other posters above, there's also the aesthetic factor. Some people just like the particular look, smell, or feel of wood (and the same goes for glass).
07/31/2012
XYCopperheadSly XYCopperheadSly
Wood is very lightweight and never too cold.....and it's BEAUTIFUL. My wooden toys are definitely my prettiest.
07/31/2012
ToyGeek ToyGeek
My next order will be a wooden toy. I love the Pure Wand but my wrist does not, so I'm ordering the Fling.
07/31/2012
edeneve edeneve
boy, my mind went right to "do you mean a woody" - my bad
07/31/2012
ohhhlala! ohhhlala!
Quote:
Originally posted by AriaRN
I've heard a lot about wooden toys lately but I don't see what the difference would be between a wooden toy vs. a glass toy vs. a regular dildo. Anyone know?
For some reason, the wood toys are far more expensive.
08/02/2012
AriaRN AriaRN
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Originally posted by JennSenn
I want to try them. It seems like they are lighter material. Glass is fairly heavy. Regular dildos would be medium weight maybe? And depending on material they could be softer.
I never thought about them being softer. You are probably right though!
08/04/2012
AriaRN AriaRN
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Originally posted by Gdom
Aside from the differences mentioned by other posters above, there's also the aesthetic factor. Some people just like the particular look, smell, or feel of wood (and the same goes for glass).
Well I have a glass toy on the way right now (it's my first one!) and I've heard they definitely have a particular look too. I never thought about the smell that wood toys would have!
08/04/2012
AriaRN AriaRN
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Originally posted by XYCopperheadSly
Wood is very lightweight and never too cold.....and it's BEAUTIFUL. My wooden toys are definitely my prettiest.
Do you like your wood toys better than glass toys?
08/04/2012
AriaRN AriaRN
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Originally posted by edeneve
boy, my mind went right to "do you mean a woody" - my bad
08/04/2012
Claire-Bear Claire-Bear
Weight is definitely the biggest difference.
08/04/2012
amenti amenti
Why are the wood toys so expensive? And it there any risks involving splitters or breakage years down the road?
12/02/2012
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