Pros and Cons of using Jelly toys

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Pros and Cons of using Jelly toys

ToyGurl ToyGurl
Everyone has contemplated buying a jelly toy once or twice. Why not? They are just so inviting, and come in the cutest colors! Well, the sad truth is that on a safety scale of 1-10, jelly comes in at a low rating of 2. Does this mean you should give up jelly completely, or just ignore the safety rating and buy your toy?

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05/20/2011
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stlouisxxx stlouisxxx
My girlfriend has an allergic reaction to jelly toys, so Silicone for us. Silicone is getting better with colors now.
05/30/2011
IndependentlyHappy IndependentlyHappy
I've honestly never tried a jelly toy, and from what I've heard, I don't plan on changing this. Silicone is more durable, doesn't smell, and comes in just as or almost as many colors as jelly toys do.
05/30/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
Quote:
Originally posted by stlouisxxx
My girlfriend has an allergic reaction to jelly toys, so Silicone for us. Silicone is getting better with colors now.
They definitely are. I remember a time when you could only find silicone to be clear, or flesh colored. But now they have some very vibrant colors.
06/02/2011
ToyBoy ToyBoy
Positives: They are cheap
Negatives: They are unsafe, they don't last, and many people have allergic reactions to them.

I never plan on buying a jelly toy!
06/02/2011
leatherlover leatherlover
So far, my wife and I have only purchased one really cheap toy, and that was made out of UR3. We bought it at a store, and didn't realize how cheap the material was. We always used that with a condom, and that was a big pain in the ass, especially once we found out that she was allergic to latex. We have a Goodfella arriving today, so once I get the review done, the other toy will be going in the trash.
06/02/2011
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
i liked jelly toys when i first buy them, but I slowly begin to hate them when they start to break down after a few months. if i buy something that's worth some money, it needs to have long lifespan
06/11/2011
ScottA ScottA
I'm not a jelly fan. Now with the introduction of (slightly) safer materials such as TPR there really isn't any reason to get them.

With new silicone techniques "softness" isn't a big deal either, as they now have very soft very safe silicones! Yay!
06/11/2011
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
I've only owned one jelly toy. That thing can just go die. I bought it from an inferior website a couple of years before discovering EF, and hated it from the moment it arrived - it was too big, smelled bad, and felt all greasy and gross! I didn't know too much about sex toys at the time, and thought that plastic, jelly, and rubber were the only materials they were made from (I'd heard about glass toys, but I figured that they weren't really meant to be "used" and were just a kind of sexual art), and so while I liked plastic just fine, I felt bummed that there weren't too many options with toys.

Thank goodness I found EF and discovered the whole slew of options out there! That jelly toy now basically sits around in my Box of Shame until I decide what to do with it - I'm thinking "dissection." I don't think I'll ever have another jelly toy.
06/12/2011
Brandonn Brandonn
I pretty much stay away from jelly toys
02/24/2012
GONE! GONE!
I've owned one and I wouldn't do it again. There wasn't anything special about it that I couldn't have in a better material.
02/24/2012
onehotmamma onehotmamma
I had no idea...my first (and most frequently used) vibe is jelly! Will def be rethinking future purchases!
05/12/2012
theavocadopit theavocadopit
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyGurl
Everyone has contemplated buying a jelly toy once or twice. Why not? They are just so inviting, and come in the cutest colors! Well, the sad truth is that on a safety scale of 1-10, jelly comes in at a low rating of 2. Does this mean you should give ...
Agree
05/12/2012
Blu Mondae Blu Mondae
I have two jelly toys. My Trojan finger vibrator isn't too bad but my other is insertable. And after finding out the safety rating on jelly, I don't really want to use it anymore. Which makes me sad because it's a pretty decent vibe that I got for a fantastic price.

I'm thinking I should probably throw it out because I used it like a day or two before I realized I had a yeast infection.

I probably won't buy another jelly toy because I think it's too much of a hassle to mess with condoms. And I would like to be able to share to some extent.
05/15/2012
reinkaos reinkaos
My wife has one jelly toy and has to use condoms with it because it causes a burning sensation
05/15/2012
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