Pthalate free ones?

Goji Goji
Hey and peaceful new year to all.
I am looking non toxic toy for men.
The options on the left of the screen allows you to choose pthalate free products , but is Buckshot silicode buddy only pthalate free? That's the only one it gives to me for some reason.
I thought Maven was pthalate free also?
anyone in know - is "safe-skin", and "baby-skin", materials used on toys are pthalate free and non toxic?
The toxic free toys guide is only for girls toys but the meterial guide is great!
Is TPE or TPE-silicone toys usually totally non toxic?
EF has lot of good info compared to any place I easily found. I'm looking for toy for the first time.
12/30/2008
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CaptainBunnyKilla CaptainBunnyKilla
Quote:
Originally posted by Goji
Hey and peaceful new year to all.
I am looking non toxic toy for men.
The options on the left of the screen allows you to choose pthalate free products , but is Buckshot silicode buddy only pthalate free? That's the only one it gives to me ... More
Hi there! The Maven is made of elastomer, so yes, it's phthalates-free! TPE and TPE-silicone are also phthalates-free, but they're more porous than silicone, so you have to use a condom if you're sharing the toy (it can't be disinfected or sterilized). Anything skin-like is likely to be pretty porous, so use caution there, too.

The Fleshlight is the gold standard for masturbation sleeves, but they're pricey. I've heard good things about the Maven, though. Anyway, there are people on this site who are far better qualified than me to give recommendations.

Hope you find what you're looking for!
12/30/2008
Beautiful Dreamer Beautiful Dreamer
Quote:
Originally posted by Goji
Hey and peaceful new year to all.
I am looking non toxic toy for men.
The options on the left of the screen allows you to choose pthalate free products , but is Buckshot silicode buddy only pthalate free? That's the only one it gives to me ... More
Many, many materials are phthalates free. If a toy is phthalates free, I'm comfortable using it without a condom. This includes some skin like ones. Like Toygirl2 said, you must consider cleaning as the materials (with the exception of pure silicone) are porous.
If you'd like to send me or my partner (Bucking Bill) a message about particulars, we'd love to help. He's reviewed or helped review over a dozen now ranging from cheap throw aways to his favorite, the pricey tenga flip hole. He was actually a little disappointed with the Fleshlight series, but he's only one person. Look around, read reviews, try to get as much information about the one your interested in. & messaging me is always welcome.
Good Luck!
Happy Hunting.
12/30/2008
Beautiful Dreamer Beautiful Dreamer
Quote:
Originally posted by Beautiful Dreamer
Many, many materials are phthalates free. If a toy is phthalates free, I'm comfortable using it without a condom. This includes some skin like ones. Like Toygirl2 said, you must consider cleaning as the materials (with the exception of pure ... More
One other really important thing. Consider if you want suction. It makes or breaks a toy for my partner. If you want suction, look for a closed end design. If you don't, look for an open end design.

beautifuldreamerwrites AT gmail DOT com
12/30/2008
Sleeping Dreamer Sleeping Dreamer
Medical grade standard silicone will be phthalatees-free. Silicone tpr/tpe is questionable unless it's specifically marked as being free of phthalatees.

Here are some...

Tantus Stroker: link

Fleshlight: link

Ribbed Stroker: link
12/30/2008
Goji Goji
Wow I'm impressed you guys are so nice. thank's for answers.
I don't think I'll go for the fl,but maybe Maven is good option to start with.
yeas it would be nice if there's no need to use condom with toy altho it doesn't really matter..
genitals are just so absorbive skin area - three times more than other areas I've heard.
01/03/2009
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