How low will you go?

zwee75 zwee75
I'm sorry if this has been previously asked. But the more and more I learn on this site, if something says "jelly", I just move on. It's a shame because a lot of the toys look like a ton of fun. And I've tossed out my before-I-knew-better toys.

So how low will you go in safety ratings? And what, if any, precautions do you take when using something in the lower numbers (condoms, etc)?
12/07/2011
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Originally posted by zwee75
I'm sorry if this has been previously asked. But the more and more I learn on this site, if something says "jelly", I just move on. It's a shame because a lot of the toys look like a ton of fun. And I've tossed out my ... More
It may depend on ur past experience??
12/10/2011
Rawhide Rawhide
Well let's see... two of my favorite materials, leather and the elastomer that is used to make Silky, are rated 7 by Eden on the safety scale. I also have a packer made of superskin, which is rated 5. Silky is the only insertion toy in that bunch, and I take precautions by using condoms and reserving him only for times when his special abilities are called for. I also retire Silkys every couple of years.

I think how you use the toy is more important than what it's made of. A toy doesn't become dangerous just because it isn't suitable for a certain type of play. But I draw the line at toys that have an offensive smell or any chance of leaking chemicals.
12/10/2011
Rossie Rossie
I stick with silicone and stainless steel toys since day one, it doesn't matter if some jelly/rubber toys look really inviting, I'm not tempted to buy any.
12/10/2011
Vegan Silk Vegan Silk
for internal toys I like 7 or above. 6 if it looks really good. If I end up with a free toy with a lower safety rating I will use a condom with it.
04/21/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
The lowest I go is about a 6, though most of my toys are 8 or above.
04/21/2012
Girly Juice Girly Juice
I've pretty much decided that I don't want to waste my time and money on cheaper toys anymore, now that I've tried and reviewed enough of them to know that they're all fairly similar. So jelly is a definite "no," latex is a "probably not," and plastic toys have to be amazing or they're a "no" for me too.
04/26/2012
GONE! GONE!
For internal toys, I basically stop at a 7.
04/26/2012
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