Are glass dildos really worth the danger?

Kenneth Fort Kenneth Fort
Unno. Seems risky to me. But maybe worth trying.
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Ansley Ansley
Glass toys are not dangerous. If they were, they wouldn't be so popular (or expensive, in some cases). It takes extreme changes in temperature or a drop from high up onto a solid, hard surface for them to break. Even then, they don't shatter, they just break into pieces. Then you sweep it up and throw it away.

For what it's worth, I intentionally dropped my Icicles No 17 onto a hardwood surface many, many times and it didn't crack, break, or chip. It's perfectly fine.
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Not risky. They're pretty hefty/solid. Buy one and you'll find out for yourself.
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
We've owned them from the beginning - our oldest glass toys are at least 5 years old. We see no risk - when you hold them in your hands, you know they are well made of the highest quality materials.

Of the dozen or so we've bought - just one broke. My wife dropped it on the tile floor and the thinnest part of the handle chipped. I didn't shatter into a thousand pieces - just a small chip, but we did throw it away.

If used 'as directed' or 'as intended' there is zero risk.
LadyDarknezz LadyDarknezz
I got my first glass dildo last month and was blown away by the quality and how great it felt! They are pretty darn solid and well-made, so I wouldn't worry about that. It is definitely a type of material you should give a try one of these days whenever you're ready!
Virgingasms Virgingasms
I just bought my first glass toy and it should be here in next week. I was hesitant at first but the reviews reassured me that it wouldn't be dangerous. Now I just have to hope it survives shipping.
drock drock
Originally posted by Kenneth Fort
Unno. Seems risky to me. But maybe worth trying.
fuck that i'm scared
Lara Bennett Lara Bennett
Originally posted by Kenneth Fort
Unno. Seems risky to me. But maybe worth trying.
it takes approximately 2000 pounds of pressure to break Borosilicate glass. If you get your glass toy from a reputable company, it should be 100% borosilicate.
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