Should I be worried about a glass toy breaking?

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Should I be worried about a glass toy breaking?

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Have any of you ever had a toy break? It's pretty much my worst fear that it would break during use. Just how durable are these things and what should I look for when buying?
12/31/2011
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Rossie Rossie
Please view these two videos by ToyTimeTim to find your answer! Pyrex glass safety and Borosilicate glass test
12/31/2011
Chirple Chirple
I can't imagine a solid glass toy breaking during use. If it did, I imagine there'd be way more trouble than a broken toy (because that much force would mean YOU broke before it did).

They're way more substantial than like, a windowpane or bowl or bottle.
12/31/2011
SMichelle SMichelle
I've never had a glass toy break, and I am extremely rough on the two that I have.
01/01/2012
Ghost Ghost
I think they're pretty unlikely to break unless dropped on a hard surface from some great height.
01/01/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Glass sex toys, assuming they haven't sustained any damage (in which case you shouldn't be using them anyway), are nigh-impossible to break using just your hands. The vagina and anus aren't strong enough to even come close.

Just be careful not to drop a glass toy on a hard surface (though some can survive this without damage), and always check for scratches and fractures before use, and you should be fine.
01/01/2012
Rawhide Rawhide
Love those videos by ToyTimeTim! As long as you've got a quality, well designed toy (no disproportionately thin necks), don't worry about it breaking during use.

The most likely breaking scenarios happen during cleaning (slips and falls on to tile floor) or travel (breaks in suitcase). Both are very unlikely, but if it's gonna happen, chances are it will be one of those.
01/02/2012
Lizzy Lizzy
As long as the toy doesn't have an existing crack, there shouldn't be a problem
01/17/2012
Jul!a Jul!a
I have to echo everybody else in saying that unless the toy was damaged to begin with, you shouldn't have a problem with it breaking.
01/17/2012
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