Tenga Egg Material

B8trDude B8trDude
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Originally posted by Jobthingy
LOL! Dwtim the science dude
I think he just likes to get his toys hot and bothered
01/08/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
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Originally posted by Jobthingy
I know EF has the eggs listed as being silicone but I wondered if anyone has actually flame tested one of these cute little guys.

Reason I ask is because I went searching the tenga website when someone (and I cannot for the life of me ... More
Elastomer can be manipulated to be very hard (which is the norm) or very soft...which is consistent with the Tenga Egg. I would not be surprised if you were right.
01/08/2011
CafeSabroso CafeSabroso
Babeland lists the Tenga egg as being TPE. Also, everything else by Tenga is TPE, so it would make more sense that the Egg is as well. Based on the texture and stretchability of the Egg, I highly doubt that it is silicone.
01/15/2011
napalmbutterfly napalmbutterfly
Is the Egg good on all wand-style vibrators? And only good on the standard attachment, yeah?
01/15/2011
Joycec Joycec
You can read the review of the Tenga Egg used on a Hitachi here: link
06/08/2011
Kynky Kytty Kynky Kytty
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Originally posted by CafeSabroso
Babeland lists the Tenga egg as being TPE. Also, everything else by Tenga is TPE, so it would make more sense that the Egg is as well. Based on the texture and stretchability of the Egg, I highly doubt that it is silicone.
I agree that it cannot be made of silicone, it even has a very light smell (not unpleasant), but it's way too stretchy to be pure silicone. Besides, the price and use would not make sense; who would create a toy made for single use from pure silicone?

As for the lubricant included, it is water based - from the list of ingredients.
08/09/2011
hot hot
great review
02/14/2012
hot hot
all right
02/14/2012
ScottA ScottA
I did a more extensive fire test with an "expired" Egg, and I'm thinking it might be a mix. Pure silicone will not sustain a fire (once you get it started burning it will stop rapidly when removed from the flame), whereas my Egg sample would sustain a flame. It also showed some melting, though not as much as a known-TPE toy, and it was also harder to ignite than a TPE toy.

It also passed a test of several days with oil lube slathered on it and still was stretchy and un-melted.

Not sure what it's made of.
03/21/2012
Sodom and Gomorrah Sodom and Gomorrah
Quote:
Originally posted by Jobthingy
I know EF has the eggs listed as being silicone but I wondered if anyone has actually flame tested one of these cute little guys.

Reason I ask is because I went searching the tenga website when someone (and I cannot for the life of me ... More
You can flame test silicone?
07/19/2012
volpe bianca volpe bianca
Wow I dont know, but Im pretty curious to find out!
09/25/2012
KarlKarl KarlKarl
Quote:
Originally posted by Jobthingy
I know EF has the eggs listed as being silicone but I wondered if anyone has actually flame tested one of these cute little guys.

Reason I ask is because I went searching the tenga website when someone (and I cannot for the life of me ... More
Silicone is technically an elastomer. Elastomer is a technical term for anything that is really strechy. Most rubbers fall into that category including silicones.
10/03/2012
LaradoEnah LaradoEnah
I love this thread!
11/25/2012
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