Urethane

Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Kama diva bubble plug
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Does anyone have some information this material safety wise and such?
02/06/2009
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CaptainBunnyKilla CaptainBunnyKilla
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
Does anyone have some information this material safety wise and such?
Urethane is basically plastic, so I assume the safety features are the same. I have the Kama Diva smooth vibrator and the material is just like very hard plastic.
02/06/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I just got a Kama Diva toy myself. The weight feels different from plastic but it's mostly for curiosity's sake.
02/06/2009
Miss Cinnamon Miss Cinnamon
I've tried the Cobalt Bubble Plug link which is made by the same company (Don Wands) and is basically the same thing (a little bigger and costs $1 more) made with beautiful blue pyrex glass. I don't know about the safety rating on urethane, but the Cobalt Bubble can be sterilized by boiling, so I'd choose the Cobalt over the Kama Diva... The Cobalt doesn't have the pretty swirls though!

According the amazon.com, "KamaDiva Urethane Pleasure Wands and Plugs from Don Wands are waterproof, hypoallergenic, nonporous, ultra smooth and are phthalates free. KamaDiva products are made from highly polished, durable, vividly colored and hand swirled urethane. KamaDiva Urethane Pleasure Wands and Plugs can be warmed or cooled to your preferred comfort zone. For safety reasons, we suggest that you clean and inspect all of your urethane pleasure wands before and after each use. Although nearly indestructible, never use a damaged urethane wand."

Hope that helps!
02/06/2009
Beautiful Dreamer Beautiful Dreamer
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
Does anyone have some information this material safety wise and such?
I think its glorified plastic. It does seem a little lighter than plastic though. Sorry I'm not of much help.
02/06/2009
Domineight Domineight
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I just got a Kama Diva toy myself. The weight feels different from plastic but it's mostly for curiosity's sake.
Definitely feels heavier than plastic, in my opinion. Nice and solid feeling.
10/15/2009
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
Does anyone have some information this material safety wise and such?
All the best golf balls are made from urethane - so i can vouch for it being durable and from what i know about the manufacturing process i would say that it should be very well tolerated by even the most sensitive types.

But there's nothing that can compare to glass and steel when it comes to hygiene!
10/15/2009
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