I Want To Hear From Those Who Have Used Wood Toys

Brandonn Brandonn
Handcrafted wooden dildo #359
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Lots of these have nice shapes. It wouldn't (no pun) seem like this type of material would satisfy. Doesn't conduct heat well either.
01/19/2012
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Beck Beck
I only have one woody and I found the material to be kind of strange at first. It is firm like glass, so you have to get use to how it feels, but it is really light weight. Which for me was surprising. I thought I wouldn't like light weight, since I like the weight in glass, but I was surprised. I like to use the dildo to pop in and out, which applies firm pressure on the G-spot with the firm material. It is really nice actually. Wood is not affected by temperatures, at least that I noticed.

I have the Handcrafted #278
01/19/2012
Deidrenicole Deidrenicole
I wasn't aware of wooden toys. That seems like a weird idea but obviously it must be good if people use them. how would you care for something like that?
01/19/2012
Lizzy Lizzy
This one has a nice shape and curve to it. I imagine cleaning is like any other toy. Hot water & antibacterial soap. Store it in a way that the surface remains completely smooth, nick/scratch free.
01/23/2012
Lady Hazel Lady Hazel
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Originally posted by Brandonn
Lots of these have nice shapes. It wouldn't (no pun) seem like this type of material would satisfy. Doesn't conduct heat well either.
I like softer material, but i would like to try the woody.
03/13/2012
Loriandhubby Loriandhubby
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Originally posted by Brandonn
Lots of these have nice shapes. It wouldn't (no pun) seem like this type of material would satisfy. Doesn't conduct heat well either.
I have three wonderful piece and they are amazing. it is firm and hard, very solid feeling. but they are super light weight. the combination is mind blowing. wood is a natural insolator and it retains heat wonderfuly
07/14/2012
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